Spelling Bee 2018: Connacht Final
The Spelling Bee Team were in Galway this week for the Connacht Provincial Final. The competition took place in The G Hotel, Galway. Five fantastic spellers spelt it out against each other to win the Connacht Champion title. The weather was beautiful and was only helped by the stunning backdrop of the G Hotel for a brilliant Provincial Final. At the competition we were joined by Alison Curtis and the Today FM team – make sure to tune into Weekend Breakfast on Today FM this Saturday where Alison will report on her highlights from the Connacht Bee Final.
Here is a look at all five of our fantastic spellers pictured with Alison Curtis.
Pictured above are (L-R):
Lisa Kilfeather – Ransboro National School, Sligo
Shane Fleming – Lisaniska National School, Mayo
Alison Curtis – Today FM
Michael Kilcline – Scoil Naomh Eoin, Lecarrow, Roscommon
Holly Shaughnessy – Ransboro National School, Galway
Rory O’Connell – Annaduff National School, Leitrim
The competition kicked off just after 11 am and 5 spellers spelt it out against each. It was a fantastic competition, Rory O’Connell from Annaduff National School, Leitrim was named the Connacht Spelling Bee Champion 2018. Rory will now go on to represent his school, county and province in the All-Ireland Final on June 14th.
Connacht Final winner Rory O’Connell pictured above with Alison Curtis, Today FM and David Boyce, Eason Store Manager, Galway.
Leinster Winning Word: Capitulate
Definition: to surrender, esp under agreed conditions.
The excitement continues as the Spelling Bee Team move on to their next Provincial Finals. Make sure to keep up to date with all the buzz on Today FM!
Upcoming Provincial Finals:
The dates and locations for the upcoming Provincial Finals are outlined below. If you have any questions relating to your Provincial Final you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spelling Bee 2018 – Schedule
|Munster||07/06/2018||11 am||Eason, Patricks Street, Cork|
|All-Ireland||14/06/2018||11 am||The Helix, DCU, Collins Avenue, Whitehall, Dublin 9|