What is Scór
Scór is a GAA competition that combines all the colour and rivalry of Gaelic Games with the social element of Ireland’s traditional past-times. The competition was established by the GAA in 1969 with the aim of promoting Ireland’s traditional pastimes and culture while offering club members the chance to represent their club during the winter months while Football and Hurling had ceased.
Today there are eight events in Scór that cover all aspects of Irish culture: Figure/Céilí Dancing, Solo Singing, Instrumental Music, Recitation, Ballad Group, Novelty Act, Question Time and Set Dancing. The competition is divided into two age levels: Scór Na nÓg (for young people under 17) and Scór Sinsear (for those over 17). Just like the All-Ireland Football and Hurling Championships clubs taking part in Scór must first take part in a county championship. The winners go on to the provincial championship and then the All-Ireland Final.
The Killoe club has won 26 County titles and 1 Leinster title in Scór Sinsear since 1971, and has appeared 11 times in the Leinster Final and once in the All-Ireland final over the years.