Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 May 2013 12:29
St. Enda's was the only Ulster team to win an All-Ireland title in Derry.
Saturday's title was our tenth at senior Ceili dancing and we are now the leading club in Ireland at senior Scor. We have also three All-Ireland Ballad titles won in 1987, 1990 and 2008 while Caoileann McEnhill, a former member of our title winning Ballad and Ceili teams, won a Solo Singing title for the club in 2006. Most poignantly, St. Enda's first ever All-Ireland title was won in 1973 when the late Damien Turbitt who just passed away recently, won an All-Ireland Solo dance title. Damien went on to feature on numerous St. Enda's teams which won Tyrone, Ulster and All-Ireland titles in Ceili dancing.
Last Updated on Sunday, 28 April 2013 09:13
CHAMPIONS 2013!!! Congratulations to Michelle Mullin, Paul Breen, Vicky O'Neill, Damien Friel, Leanne McCullagh, David Tierney, Orla Byrne and Faelan Duffy on winning St. Enda's 10th All-Ireland Senior Ceili dance title.
It's back to the clubrooms to welcome home our new champions from 9.30pm. Well done everyone, well deserved!!
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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 April 2013 20:33
Congratulations to all our Scor acts in this evening's Tyrone Sinsear finals in St. Joseph's hall with St. Enda's once again dominating the evening by claiming three Tyrone titles.
We retained our Ceili Dance title and lifted the Instrumental Music and Ballad Group titles following yet another marvellous evening of entertainment. We were unfortunately narrowly pipped for honours in the Novelty Act and Set Dancing. It was a particularly successful night for Faelan Duffy who won two medals for Ceili Dancing and the Ballad Group. He was also a member of the Sets team. Every one of the St. Enda's acts were cheered on by a great support in a packed St. Joseph's Hall.
Make sure to keep free next Saturday night (23rd Feb) when we will stage our own Scor Showcase featuring many of our senior and junior acts who have been bringing great distinction to the club. Results from the night were as follows: Ceili Dancing - St. Enda's (men); Recitation - Trillick; Instrumental Music - St. Enda's (ladies); Solo singing - Castlederg; Ballad Group - St. Enda's (ladies); Novelty Act - Killyclogher; Quiz - Trillick; Set Dancing - Killyclogher.
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Last Updated on Sunday, 17 February 2013 21:33