Allianz Football League Division 1 Final – Mayo 3-11 Kerry 2-10

Mayo defeated Kerry by 3-11 to 2-10 in the Allianz Football League Division 1 Final on Sunday March 31st at Croke Park.


Match Highlights


Mayo crowned Allianz Football League Division 1 champions

Allianz Football League Division 1 Final

MAYO 3-11 KERRY 2-10

Report By John Harrington at Croke Park for GAA.ie

As the Green and Red of Mayo blasted from the loudspeakers shortly after the final whistle blew on this Allianz Football League Division 1 Final, there was a real sense of catharsis in Croke Park.

Mayo have suffered serial heartbreak in this stadium in recent years, so this was a very sweet moment for their players and supporters alike.

It might not quite make up for the four All-Ireland Finals they’ve lost in this decade, but the genuine outpouring of emotion from both the Mayo players and supporters afterwards spoke volumes for just how much this win meant.

It was a thoroughly deserved one too, but, Mayo being Mayo, they didn’t make it easy on themselves and but for a brilliant injury-time save by Robert Hennelly would probably have lost.

It was only when substitute Ciaran Treacy goaled in the third minute of injury time that the long-suffering Mayo supporters would have allowed themselves to believe they were going to win this match.

That goal really put the icing on a brilliant second-half performance from the Connacht side after what had been a scrappy and error-strewn first half.

Sean O’Shea opened the scoring for Kerry in the very first minute when he won and converted a free, but it was Mayo who looked more convincing in the opening exchanges.

Their hard-running game was gouging big openings in the Kerry defence and they would have had a goal after seven minutes had Shane Ryan not pulled off a fine save from Donal Vaughan’s shot.

Vaughan’s run from deep put him clean through on goal, but Ryan did well to race from his line and smother the shot.

Those sorts of off the shoulder runs continued to trouble the Kerry defence and by the 13th minute Mayo were 0-3 to 0-1 ahead, with their points coming from Fergal Boland, Patrick Durcan and Matthew Ruane.

All that good work was undone though when Kerry went down the field after Ruane’s point to score their first goal of the match.

David Clifford won the ball in the left corner of the pitch and muscled his way towards goal along the 21-yard line.

Just when it looked like he’d taken too much out of the ball he fisted to Gavin Crowley who did brilliantly to step inside Chris Barrett and fire a scud of a shot to the bottom left corner of the net past a helpless Rob Hennelly.

Points followed from Sean O’Shea (f) and Clifford before Jason Doherty hit back for Mayo.

The Connacht side were rocked on their heels again when Kerry struck for their second goal.

Dara Moynihan did well to claim a long ball and then popped a perfectly timed pass to Stephen O’Brien who took it at full pace to outstrip the scrambling Mayo defence.

He still had a lot to do but thanks to a combination of his own ambition and slack Mayo defending he was able to drive as far as the edge of the square before blasting his shot to the same corner of the net that Crowley had already bulged.

Mayo were starting to really lose their way now. They had plenty of possession but were far too lateral in their use of it in front of a massed Kerry defence.

The game was becoming increasingly error-strewn with both teams guilty of errant passes and poor option taking in the opposition’s half.

The only other score before half-time was a Fergal Boland fisted point when he possibly should have shot for goal after rounding Shane Ryan, and so Kerry took a 2-3 to 0-5 lead to the dressing-rooms.

Right from the start of the second-half there was an appreciable improvement in the quality of the game, and that was mainly thanks to Mayo.

James Carr pinged a beauty of a left-footed point from the right win a minute into the half, and then followed that up with one with his right peg after winning a mark out by the left touchline.

It looked like Carr might then score a goal when he picked up the ball with one thought on this mind, but Shane Ryan smothered his close-range shot.

Darren Coen pointed after picking up the rebound and Mayo now really had the wind in their sails with the deficit down to the minimum.

Kerry briefly steadied themselves by kicking the next three points, but all that good work was undone when Mayo scored their first goal of the match on 49 minutes.

Matthew Ruane picked up the ball around 35 yards from goal and played a neat 1-2 with Darren Coen that created the opportunity.

Ruane still had a lot to do, but rounded Jack Barry superbly before drilling an emphatic shot low and hard to the back of the net.

Mayo were rampant now. Ruane and Aidan O’Shea were dominating the middle third, and most of the play was flowing towards Kerry’s goal.

The Connacht team were given further impetus when Diarmuid O’Connor suddenly thundered into the game after a quiet first-half.

Two brilliant long-range points by the Ballintubber man helped Mayo into a 1-11 to 2-7 lead and really rubber-stamped their growing dominance.

There was better to come from him. When Patrick Durcan miscued an attempted point, O’Connor got his fist to the dropping ball ahead of Shane Ryan to punch it to the back of the net push Mayo three points clear.

There were just five minutes of normal time left to play, but, Mayo gave their supporters palpitations down the home stretch.

Paul Geaney reduced the gap to two points and then Kerry were given further encouragement when the hugely influential Aidan O’Shea was given his marching orders after getting a second yellow-card.

Then came Hennelly’s moment of heroism when he made an incredible reflex save after David Clifford attempted to palm a Stephen O’Brien pass to the back of the net from point-blank range.

Clifford did manage to score a point shortly afterwards to leave just one point between the teams with two minutes to go.

But just when you thought a Kerry equaliser was inevitable, Mayo finished the match with a huge exclamation mark when Treacy goaled.

Diarmuid O’Connor and Andy Moran combined to put him through on goal, and Treacy showed a lot of bottle to take the shot on rather than fist the ball over the bar.

The net billowed and Mayo supporters jumped for joy. This feeling was a long time coming for them.

Scorers for Mayo: Diarmuid O’Connor 1-2, Matthew Ruane 1-1, Ciaran Treacy 1-0, James Carr 0-2 (1 M), Fergal Boland 0-2, Jason Doherty 0-2 (1f), Patrick Durcan 0-1, Darren Coen 0-1,

Scorers for Kerry: Sean O’Shea 0-5 (5f), Gavin Crowley 1-1, Stephen O’Brien 1-0 David Clifford 0-2, Jack Barry 0-1, Paul Geaney 0-1,

MAYO: Robert Hennelly; Chris Barrett, Brendan Harrison, Keith Higgins; Patrick Durcan, Lee Keegan, Donal Vaughan; Matthew Ruane, Aidan O’Shea; Fergal Boland, Jason Doherty, Diarmuid O’Connor; Kevin McLoughlin, Darren Coen, James Carr
Subs: Andy Moran for Darren Coen (51), Colm Boyle for Donal Vaughan (58), Evan Regan for James Carr (62), Ciaran Treacy for Jason Doherty (67)

KERRY: Shane Ryan; Peter Crowley, Jack Sherwood, Graham O’Sullivan; Gavin Crowley, Paul Murphy, Tom O’Sullivan; Jack Barry, Diarmuid O’Connor; Dara Moynihan, Sean O’Shea, Stephen O’Brien; David Clifford, Tommy Walsh, Kevin McCarthy
Subs: James O’Donoghue for Dara Moynihan (ht), Jason Foley for Jack Sherwood (40), Mark Griffin for Kevin McCarthy (42), Paul Geaney for Tommy Walsh (54), Gavin O’Brien for Gavin Crowley (66)

Ref: Fergal Kelly (Longford)


Fixture Details

Sunday March 31
Allianz Football League Division One Final
Kerry v Mayo, Croke Park, 4pm
Referee: Fergal Kelly (Longford)
(E.T. if Necessary & Result on the Day)


Team News

Mayo: Robert Hennelly; Chris Barrett , Brendan Harrison, Keith Higgins ; Paddy Durcan, Lee Keegan, Donal Vaughan; Matthew Ruane, Aidan O’Shea; Fergal Boland, Jason Doherty, Diarmuid O’Connor (c); Kevin McLoughlin, Darren Coen, James Carr

Kerry: Shane Ryan (Rathmore); Peter Crowley, Jack Sherwood, Graham O’Sullivan; Gavin Crowley, Paul Murphy (c ), Tom O’Sullivan; Jack Barry, Diarmuid O’Connor; Dara Moynihan, Sean O’Shea, Stephen O’Brien; David Clifford, Tommy Walsh, Kevin McCarthy

Allianz Football League Division 1 – Mayo 1-10 Kerry 0-11

Mayo defeated Kerry by 1-10 to 0-11 in Round 6 of the Allianz Football League Division 1 on Saturday March 16th at Austin Stack Park Tralee.


Match Highlights


Corn Ui Mhuiri Under 19 A Football Final Replay – P.S Chorca Dhuibhne 3-11 St. Brendan’s Killarney 0-16

P.S Chorca Dhuibhne defeated St. Brendan’s Killarney by 3-11 to 0-16 in the Corn Ui Mhuiri Under 19 A Football Final Replay on Saturday March 2nd at Austin Stack Park Tralee.


Full Match Coverage


Storming finish sees Chorca Dhuibhne claim a sixth Corn Uí Mhuirí title

Report By Eoghan Cormican for the Irish Examiner newspaper

Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 3-11 – 0-16 St Brendan’s College, Killarney

A stunning last 11 minutes powered Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne to a sixth Corn Uí Mhuirí title.

Trailing by the minimum with 12 minutes remaining, the Dingle college kicked the last five scores of this replay to retain the Munster crown.

Somewhat ironically, Dingle’s superb finish directly followed the sending to the stand of Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice and selector Tommy Griffin. Both mentors were dismissed to the terrace at the same time by referee James Bermingham.

Having notched 1-2 without reply at the beginning of the second-half to establish a 3-5 to 0-11 lead, Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, with the wind at their backs, looked a safe bet for victory. But credit to St Brendan’s who kicked five of the game’s next six scores to move back in front. The Sem, however, had no answer to their opponents’ finishing burst, as Cathal Ó Beaglaoich and four from the outstanding Ruaidhrí Ó Beaglaoich sealed the verdict.

St Brendan’s enjoyed the backing of a near gale in the opening period but didn’t make half enough use of the elements and were only two clear at the break, 0-11 to 2-3.

As was the case in the drawn game, St Brendans’ shooting was terribly erratic, with the Killarney college finishing the first-half with eight wides. The other problem for St Brendan’s was Ruaidhrí Ó Beaglaoich, the Dingle corner-forward kicking his team’s entire first-half total of 2-3.

His first goal arrived a minute and a half after throw-in. Ó Beaglaoich’s second on 12 minutes, mind you, was arguably more important as it followed a run of four St Brendan’s points and even though the Sem would add another four without reply after the concession of that second green flag, they were still just one in front.

That first-half effort, against the elements, would prove crucial in delivering the Dingle nursery their sixth Munster senior crown since 2012.

Scorers for Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne: R Ó Beaglaoich (2-7, 0-4 frees); J Aghas (1-0); C Ó Failbhe, D Ó Geibheannaigh, C Ó Beaglaoich, M Ó Mainín (0-1 each).

Scorers for St Brendan’s: R O’Grady (0-6, 0-5 frees); E O’Shea (0-4, 0-3 frees); P D’Arcy (0-3); P O’Shea (0-2); M Kelliher (0-1, 0-1 ‘45)’.

Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne: D Uosis (Daingean Uí Chúis); C Ó Flannúra (Daingean Uí Chúis), T Ó Dubháin (Daingean Uí Chúis), S Ó Loingsigh (An Ghaeltacht); P Ó Cathalláin (An Ghaeltacht), G Ó Leidhinn (Abhainn an Scáil), S Óg Ó Moráin (Daingean Uí Chúis); J Aghas (Abhainn an Scáil), C Ó Beaglaoich (An Ghaeltacht); S Ó Conchúir (An Ghaeltacht), Colm Ó Muircheartaigh (Abhainn an Scáil), Colin Ó Muircheartaigh (Daingean Uí Chúis); D Ó Geibheannaigh (Daingean Uí Chúis), C Ó Failbhe (Abhainn an Scáil), R Ó Beaglaoich (An Ghaeltacht).
Subs: M Ó Mainín (Lios Póil) for Colin Ó Muircheartaigh (45 mins); C Ó Catháin (Daingean Uí Chúis) for Ó Conchúir (52).

St Brendan’s College: M Kelliher (Glenflesk); P O’Sullivan (Legion), G Vaughan (Spa), M Cooper (Dr Crokes); E Looney (Dr Crokes), K O’Donoghue (Legion), E Smith (Legion); M Lenihan (Dr Crokes), D Lyne (Lyne); E O’Sullivan (Legion), P O’Shea (Kilcummin), E Finnan (Glenflesk); R O’Grady (Legion), E O’Shea (Fossa), P D’Arcy (Glenflesk).
Subs: N O’Shea (Dr Crokes) for Smith (HT); D Donoghue (Firies) for O’Grady (60); T Sparling (Dr Crokes) for Looney (60).

Referee: J Bermingham (Cork).


Drawn Game – St. Brendan’s Killarney 1-9 Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 0-12

Watch the Drawn game in full


Fixture Details

Saturday March 2nd @ 4pm
St. Brendan’s Killarney v P.S Chorca Dhuibhne
Venue: Austin Stack Park Tralee
Referee: James Bermingham (Cork)
Extra Time if Necessary (Result on the Day)


Paths to the Final

Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne
Final – St. Brendan’s Killarney 1-9 Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 0-12
Semi-Final – Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 0-13 St. Francis College Rochestown 2-6
Quarter-Final – Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 1-5 St. Flannans 1-3
Round 3 – Árdscoil Uí Urmaltaigh Bandon 4-8 Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 2-10
Round 2 – Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 5-17 De La Salle College Macroom 1-4
Round 1 – Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 2-18 Skibbereen Community School 1-7

Totals – For 10-75 (105) Against 10-37 (67)

St. Brendan’s Killarney
Final – St. Brendan’s Killarney 1-9 Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 0-12
Semi-Final – St. Brendan’s Killarney 2-11 Clonakilty Community College 0-8
Quarter-Final – St. Brendan’s Killarney 2-17 Tralee CBS 3-9
Round 3 – St. Brendan’s Killarney 4-4 Mercy Mounthawk 1-8
Round 2 – St. Brendan’s Killarney 4-16 Clonakilty Community College 0-5
Round 1 – St. Brendan’s Killarney 2-10 I.S. Killorglin 0-7

Totals – For 15-67 (112) Against 4-49 (61)


Admission Prices
Adults – €10
Student / OAPS – €5
Under 14s – Free


Roll of Honour

Corn Ui Mhuiri Final – St. Brendan’s 1-9 PSCD 0-12

St. Brendan’s Killarney and P.S Chorca Dhuibhne played out a 1-9 to 0-12 draw in the Corn Ui Mhuiri Under 19 A Football Final on Saturday February 23rd at Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney. The replay is fixed for Saturday March 2nd at 2pm in Austin Stack Park Tralee.


Full Match Coverage


St Brendan’s and Chorcha Dhuibhne must do it again after Corn Uí Mhuirí final ends level

Report By Eoghan Cormican for the Irish Examiner newspaper

St Brendan’s Killarney 1-9 – 0-12 PS Chorcha Dhuibhne

St Brendan’s and Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne will meet again next Saturday after today’s Corn Uí Mhuirí final finished level.

Behind by 0-5 to 0-2 at the break, St Brendan’s hit stride early in the second period, outscoring their opponents by 1-5 to 0-3 in the 12 minutes after the restart to move into a 1-7 to 0-8 lead. Emmet O’Shea supplied the St Brendan’s goal, with O’Shea and D’Arcy kicking two apiece during this spell of supremacy.

Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne stemmed the tide with three-in-a-row from Dylan Ó Geibheannaigh, Ruaidhrí Ó Beaglaoich and Cathal Ó Beaglaoich to go back in front. The Killarney school did manage to once more sneak back into pole position, the final score of this final kicked by Dingle’s Ruaidhrí Ó Beaglaoich on 55 minutes. Both sides had chances to nab a winner, but neither could land that crucial score.

St Brendan’s would have been disgusted to have found themselves in arrears at the break given they dominated possession and territory. Gary McGrath’s charges, though, time and again let themselves down with a litany of poor wides and a hesitancy when taking aim at the Dingle posts.

The Killarney school finished the half with six wides. There was also three kicks which were blocked down and another point effort which dropped short.

Up the other end, Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne were a picture of efficiency. Steven Ó Conchúir and Dylan Ó Geibheannaigh sniped a pair apiece, with goalkeeper Deividas Uosis coming forward to convert a free. The Dingle shot-stopper, when called upon to kick a second free on 29 minutes, was off target, their first wide of the game.

St Brendan’s economy in front of goal improved sufficiently in the second period to haul themselves back into contention.

Scorers for Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne: D Ó Geibheannaigh (0-4, 0-1 free); R Ó Beaglaoich (0-2 frees), C Ó Beaglaoich, S Ó Conchúir (0-2 each); D Uosis (0-1 free), S Óg Ó Moráin (0-1 each)

Scorers for St Brendan’s College: Killarney: E O’Shea (1-4, 0-2 frees); P O’Shea, P D’Arcy (0-2 each); M Lenihan (0-1).

Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne: D Uosis (Daingean Uí Chúis); C Ó Flannúra (Daingean Uí Chúis), T Ó Dubháin (Daingean Uí Chúis), S Ó Loingsigh (An Ghaeltacht); P Ó Cathalláin (An Ghaeltacht), G Ó Leidhinn (Abhainn an Scáil), S Óg Ó Moráin (Daingean Uí Chúis); J Aghas (Abhainn an Scáil), C Ó Beaglaoich (An Ghaeltacht); S Ó Conchúir (An Ghaeltacht), Colm Ó Muircheartaigh (Abhainn an Scáil), Colin Ó Muircheartaigh (Daingean Uí Chúis); D Ó Geibheannaigh (Daingean Uí Chúis), C Ó Failbhe (Abhainn an Scáil), R Ó Beaglaoich (An Ghaeltacht).
Subs: C Ó Catháin (Daingean Uí Chúis) for Ó Cathalláin (46)

St Brendan’s College: Killarney: M Kelliher (Glenflesk); P O’Sullivan (Legion), G Vaughan (Spa), M Cooper (Dr Crokes); K O’Donoghue (Legion), T Sparling (Dr Crokes), E Smith (Legion); M Lenihan (Dr Crokes), D Lyne (Legion); E Finnan (Glenflesk), P O’Shea (Kilcummin), E O’Sullivan (Legion); R O’Grady (Legion), E O’Shea (Fossa), P D’Arcy (Glenflesk)
Subs: E Looney (Dr Crokes) for Sparling (20 mins); D Donoghue (Firies) for O’Grady (HT); N O’Shea (Dr Crokes) for Finnan (50); H Potts (Dr Crokes) for Smith (60); D Flemming (Glenflesk) for Donoghue (60).

Referee: D O’Mahoney (Tipperary).


Paths to the Final

Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne
Semi-Final – Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 0-13 St. Francis College Rochestown 2-6
Quarter-Final – Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 1-5 St. Flannans 1-3
Round 3 – Árdscoil Uí Urmaltaigh Bandon 4-8 Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 2-10
Round 2 – Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 5-17 De La Salle College Macroom 1-4
Round 1 – Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 2-18 Skibbereen Community School 1-7

Totals – For 10-63 (93) Against 9-28 (55)

St. Brendan’s Killarney
Semi-Final – St. Brendan’s Killarney 2-11 Clonakilty Community College 0-8
Quarter-Final – St. Brendan’s Killarney 2-17 Tralee CBS 3-9
Round 3 – St. Brendan’s Killarney 4-4 Mercy Mounthawk 1-8
Round 2 – St. Brendan’s Killarney 4-16 Clonakilty Community College 0-5
Round 1 – St. Brendan’s Killarney 2-10 I.S. Killorglin 0-7

Totals – For 14-58 (100) Against 4-37 (49)


Admission Prices
Adults – €10
Student / OAPS – €5
Under 14s – Free


Match Programme

Pick up a copy of the 32 page souvenir match programme for the Corn Ui Mhuiri Final for 3 euro.

Allianz Football League Division 1 – Kerry 1-18 Dublin 2-14

Kerry defeated Dublin by 1-18 to 2-14 in Round 3 of the Allianz Football League Division 1 on Saturday February 9th at Austin Stack Park Tralee.





Fixture Details

09.02.2019 (Sat)
Allianz Football League Roinn 1 Round 3
Austin Stack Park, Tralee 19:00
Ciarraí v Áth Cliath
Referee: Maurice Deegan (Laois)



Team News

Kerry (v Dublin): Shane Ryan; Peter Crowley, Jack Sherwood, Brian O Beaglaioch; Tadhg Morley, Paul Murphy, Tom O’Sullivan; Jack Barry, Adrian Spillane; Diarmuid O’Connor, Sean O’Shea, Dara Moynihan; Paul Geaney, David Moran, Stephen O’Brien

AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Club Championship Final – Beaufort (Kerry) 3-17 Easkey (Sligo) 0-5

Beaufort (Kerry) defeated Easkey (Sligo) by 3-17 to 0-5 in the AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Club Championship Final on Saturday February 9th at Croke Park.




Fixture Details

09.02.2019 (Sat)
AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Club Championship Final
Páirc an Chrócaigh
15:00 Beaufort (Ciarraí) v Easkey (Sligeach)
(E.T. if Necessary)


AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship Final – Kilcummin (Kerry) 5-13 Naomh Éanna (Antrim) 2-9

Kilcummin (Kerry) defeated Naomh Éanna (Antrim) by 5-13 to 2-9 in the AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship Final on Saturday February 9th at Croke Park.




Fixture Details

09.02.2019 (Sat)
AIB GAA Football All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship Final
Páirc an Chrócaigh
16:45 Kilcummin (Ciarraí) v Naomh Éanna (Aontroim)
(E.T. if Necessary)

Allianz Football League Division 1 – Kerry 0-16 Cavan 0-13

Kerry defeated Cavan by 0-16 to 0-13 in Round 2 of the Allianz Football League Division 1 on Sunday February 3rd at Kingspan Breffni Park.


2019 Munster GAA Convention

The 2019 Munster GAA Annual Convention will take place on Friday January 25th at 8pm in The Devon Inn Hotel, Templeglantine, County Limerick.


Attached please find the Convention Booklet which includes:
1. Agenda for Convention
2. Annual Report on Activities 2018
3. Audited Accounts for Year Ended 31/10/2018
4. Nominations


2019 Munster GAA Convention Booklet – PDF format


Outgoing Munster Chairman Jerry O’Sullivan (Cork) will step down at Convention
following the completion of his three year term.



Pictured above – Jerry O’Sullivan

Outgoing Munster Vice-Chairman Liam Lenihan (Limerick) will be elected unopposed to the position of Munster Chairman at the 2019 Convention. Ger Ryan (Tipperary) will be elected unopposed to the position of Munster Vice-Chairman.



Pictured above – Liam Lenihan


Munster GAA Chairmen – 1901 to 2019


2019 Munster Scór na nÓg Final

The 2019 Munster Scór na nÓg Final took place on Sunday January 20th at Cappoquin.

The winners were as follows –

RINCE FOIRNE – TIOBRAID ÁRANN (Newcastle) – Caelinn Nic Craith, Sorcha Ní Ingléis, Emma Wyse, Ciara Ní Ingleis, Aoife Ni Laocha, Abbie Ní Laoire, Amy Ní Dhubhuir, Orlaith Ní Dhaltúin
AMHRANAÍOCHT AONAIR – CIARRAÍ (Sneem) – Máirtín Ó Lorcáin
AITHRISEOIREACHT – TIOBRAID ÁRANN (Seán Treacy’s) – Canice Ó Riain
BAILEAD GHRÚPA – CORCAIGH (Cullen) – Clodagh Ní Chonchubhair, Mairéad Ní Mhuineachain, Cáit Ní Shúilleabháin, Gemma de Nógla, Eimly de Nógla
LÉIRIÚ – CIARRAÍ (Na Gaeil) – Aoife Ni Shuilleabháin, Áine Ní Shuilleabháin, Isabelle Ní Chonchra, Emily Ní Chonchra, Joshua de Róiste, Dearbhla Ní Chuirc, Ruairí Ó Riain, Grainne Ní Chuirc
CEOL UIRLISE – CORCAIGH (Kilshannig) – Robaird Ó Duinn, Marc Ó Sé, Éoin Tornóir, Aoife Tornóir, Sorcha Ní Ghuiní
RINCE SEIT – CIARRAÍ (Spa) – Érin Ní Aoláin, Órlaith Ní Spealáin, Eleana Ní Donnchú, Aoife Ní Donnchú, Gearóid Ó Súilleabháin, Cianán Ó Súilleabháin, Dara Ó Brosnacháin, Diarmúid Ó Donnabháin

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