Munster Final 2019

 

Our last provincial final of 2019 saw our Spelling Bee Team travel to Cork on Thursday 6th June for the Munster Provincial Final. The competition took place in our Eason store, St. Patrick Street, Cork. We were all on the edge of our seats as six fantastic spellers battled it out against each other to win the Munster Champion title. On the day we were joined by Alison Curtis and the Today FM team – make sure to tune into Weekend Breakfast on Today FM where Alison will be reporting on the Provincial and All-Ireland finals.  

 

Here is a look at our six fantastic spellers pictured with Alison Curtis.  



Group picture of Eason Spelling Bee Munster finalists 2019

Pictured above are(L-R):  Georgia Darcy – Kyle Park N.S, Tipperary, Hannah Lucy – Vicarstown National School, Cork, Ailbhe McManus– An Mhodscoil, Limerick, Alison Curtis – Today FM, Caitríona Ní Mhurchú – Gaelscoil Aogáin, Kerry, Seán Franks– Scoil Chríost Rí, Clare, Sadbh Brennan – St John of God N.S, Waterford,

 

 

The Munster final kicked off at 11.00am with six fantastic spellers aiming to be crowned our Munster champion. The standard of spelling from all participants was extremely high and had the audience on the edge of their seats. Seán Franks from Scoil Chríost Rí, Clare was named the Munster Spelling Bee Champion 2019. Seán will now go on to represent his school, county and province in the All-Ireland Final on June 13th

  

 

Winner of Eason's Spelling Bee Munster final 2019 

Munster Final winner: Seán Franks

Leinster Winning Word: Consequence

Definition:A result or effect of some previous occurrence.

The excitement continues to build as the Spelling Bee Team move on to the All-Ireland Final on June 13th. Make sure to keep up to date with all the buzz on Today FM!

 

Upcoming All-Ireland Final:

The date and location for the upcoming All-Ireland Final are outlined below. If you have any questions relating to your Provincial Final, you can contact us at spellingbee@easons.com.

 

Province

Date

Time

Venue

All-Ireland

13/06/2019

11 am

The Helix, DCU, Collins Avenue, Whitehall, Dublin 9