All roads will lead to Galbally on Saturday 14th January for the Ulster final of Scór na nÓg. It is a source of great pride that Tyrone will be represented in seven out of the eight disciplines and feel that there is the potential to win provincial honours.
Only five of the Tyrone clubs have been able to make that final leap to the Ulster final but many have proved themselves worthy representatives of our county.
Omagh Naomh Eanna top the roll of honour by participating in Rince Foirne, (Ceili dancing), Bailéad Ghrúpa and Nuachleas while Cumann Naomh Padraig, an Caislean Glás are represented by Ciara Fox in the Amhránaíocht Aonair; An Charraig Mhór, Naomh Colmcille in Rince Séit; Trí Leac Naomh Mhic Artáin in Tráth na gCeist and Cumann an Phiarsaigh, Fionntamhnach in Ceol Uirlise.
Obviously the competition is fierce at this stage as all competitors realise they are one step away from an All Ireland final and potentially National honours, it is hoped that the home Tyrone venue should give our representatives the edge.
The All Ireland Final will be held in the Theatre Royal in Castlebar on Saturday 18th February 2012 at 3.00 pm. The standard at this underage level is extremely high with clubs having already achieved a great deal by winning their respective county titles in Tyrone, Ulster Semi Finals and getting to the Ulster final. Anyone wishing to obtain tickets for the All Ireland final should contact any member of the Culture and Language sub committee or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Coiste Cultúir agus Teanga wish all competitors luck in their Ulster final and encourage everyone to go enjoy a talent filled show which will suit all the family. The final starts at 5:00pm sharp.