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Monday 27 April 2015

Warrenpoint Speech and Drama Feis

Schools speech classes opened the Warrenpoint Speech and Drama Feis in the Town Hall and therewas a very large entry for all sections.


Girls, P4 A: 1, Megan Fitzpatrick, Clontifleece 89; 2 tie, Eileen Rice, St Bronagh's and Natasha McLaughlin, Clontifleece 88.

Girls, P4 B: 1, Rachel Cunningham, St Joseph's, Ballymartin 89; 2 tie, Chloe Murney, St Colman's, Kilkeel, Emily Clarke and Kerrie O'Hare, both Killowen 88.

Boys, P7: 1, Declan Murdock, Carrick 89; 2 tie, Kevin waterman, Conor Fegan, both Carrick and Jason McCabe, Clontifleece 88.

Boys and girls, 7 yrs: 1, Conor Mathers 90; 2 tie, Katie O'Hare and Megan Porter 89.

Boys and girls, 11 yrs: 1, Aibhe O'Hagan, Dundalk 90; 2 tie, Eoghan O'Reilly, Warrenpoint; Laura Kerrin, Newry and Tara O'Hanlon, Dromintee 89.

Boys and girls, over-10 and under-14 yrs: 1 and Aidan Savage Perpetual Memorial Trophy, Cormac Begley, Dromintee 90; 2 tie, Sarah Kelly, Burren and Ronan Lavery, Warrenpoint 89.

Boys and girls, 4 yrs: 1 and Karen Crawford Perpetual Challenge Cup, Aoife Kavanagh, Cloughogue 89; 2 tie, Eogan Henry and Ruth Gallagher, Newry 88.

Boys and girls, 4 yrs: 1, Ruth Gallagher, Newry 89; 2, Eoghan Henry, Newry 88.

Boys and girls, 5 yrs: 1, Emma Carr, Warrenpoint 91; 2, Conor Burns, Newry 90.

Boys and girls, 5 yrs: 1, Conor Burns 89; 2 tie, Clionna O'Neill, Mayobridge and Daniel Nordon, Dundalk 88.

THE choral speaking class at the Warrenpoint Speech and Drama Feis was won by St Dallan's Primary School in the Town Hall.

The Warrenpoint school received the Warrenpoint Feis cup for their efforts.


Boys and girls, under-10 yrs: 1 and Whistledown Perpetual Challenge Cup, Emma McArdle, Dundalk 91; 2 tie, Aoibhin Connolly and Lorna Ryan, both Dundalk 89.

Boys and girls, 6 yrs: 1, Stephen McCartney, Newry 89; 2, Niamh Wadsworth, Newry 88.

Girls, primary 1: 1, Katie O'Keeffe, St Patrick's, Mayobridge 88; 2 tie, Holly Wright and Rachel Hardy, both St Colman's, Kilkeel 87.

Choral speaking: 1 and Warrenpoint Feis Cup, St Dallan's PS, Warrenpoint 94.

Girls, primary 1: 1, Katie Lynch, St Paul's Cabra 89; 2, Ellie Rooney, Grange 88.

Boys, primary 7: 1, Eoin Ward, St Paul's Cabra 90; 2 tie, Josh McKee, St Patrick's, Drumgreenagh and Pierce Murnan, St Paul's, Cabra 89.

Boys and girls, 11 yrs: 1 and Magennis Perpetual Challenge Cup, Matthew Linnie, Newry 91; 2 tie, Grainne Smyth, Dundalk; Lauren McKay, Burren and Michael Boswell, Dundalk 90.

Boys, primary 3A: 1, Leo Tweedy, St Paul's, Cabra 89; 2 tie, Seanan Gribbben and Larry Lynch, both St Paul's, Cabra 88.

Boys primary 3B: 1, Emmett McClorey, St Bronagh's, Rostrevor 89; 2 tie, Gavin Gribben, St Patrick's, Mayobridge and Ryan Mackey, St Bronagh's 88.

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