Spelling Bee 2018: Munster Final
The Spelling Bee Team were in Cork this week for the Munster Provincial Final. The fourth and final Provincial Final took place in our Eason store, Patricks St., Cork. Six super spellers went head to head to be crowned the Munster Champion. The sun was splitting the rocks down the south of the country and was sure to put everyone in fantastic form. 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 Munster Bee Final.
Here is a look at all six of our super spellers pictured outside Eason, Cork.
Pictured above are(L-R):
Hannah Moroney – Convent Primary School, Killaloe, Clare
Ruby Barron – Presentation Primary School, Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary
Riham Saeed – St. John of God National School, Waterford
Peadar O Cearmada – An Mhodhscoil, Limerick
Aisling Ni Dhubhaigh – Scoil Naomh Eoin Baiste, Kerry
Ellen Ni Chrualaioch – Gaelscoil Chionn tSaile, Cork
A great competition began at 11 am where all six spellers spelt it out to be named the Champion. Hannah Moroney, from Convent Primary School, Killaloe, Co. Clare was named the Munster Spelling Bee Champion 2018. Hannah will now go on to represent her school, county and province in the All-Ireland Final on June 14th.
Munster Final winner Hannah Moroney pictured above with Alison Curtis, Today FM and Rachael Heavey and Stephen Twohig, Eason Patricks St., Cork.
Leinster Winning Word: Capitulate
Definition: to surrender, esp under agreed conditions.
The excitement continues as the Spelling Bee Team move on to the All-Ireland Final next week. Make sure to keep up to date with all the buzz on Today FM!
Upcoming All-Ireland Final:
The date and locations for the upcoming All-Ireland Final are outlined below. If you have any questions relating to the Final you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spelling Bee 2018 – Schedule
|All-Ireland||14/06/2018||11 am||The Helix, DCU, Collins Avenue, Whitehall, Dublin 9|