Competiton Record

  • 1971 
  • The new choir began its activities by giving concerts and recitals 
  • 1972 
  • Production of The Gypsy Baron with full orchestra 
  • 1975 
  • Trip to Rome for Canonization of St. Oliver Plunkett 
  • 1975 
  • Cork International Choral Festival 
  • First Place 
  • 1976 
  • Cork International Choral Festival 
  • Second Place 
  • 1977 
  • Finglas Choral Festival 
  • First Place 
  • 1978 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Men) 
  • First Place 
  • Cork International Choral Festival (Men) 
  • Second Place 
  • Arklow Choral Festival (Men) 
  • First Place 
  • Finglas Choral Festival (Men) 
  • First Place 
  • 1979 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival 
  • First Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Premier) 
  • First Place 
  • 1980 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival 
  • First Place 
  • Limerick Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Newry Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Newry Choral Festival (Premier) 
  • First Place 
  • 1981 
  • Cork International Choral Festival (Séan O Riada Memorial Trophy) 
  • Second Place 
  • 1982 
  • Cork International Choral Festival 
  • First Place 
  • Navan Coral Festival (McGona Cup) 
  • First Place 
  • 1983 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Premier) 
  • First Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Men) 
  • Second Place 
  • Isle of Man Choral Festival (Premier) 
  • First Place 
  • Isle of Man Choral Festival (Men) 
  • First Place 
  • Navan Choral Festival (Men) 
  • First Place 
  • 1984 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival 
  • Second Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Men) 
  • Third Place 
  • Morcombe Choral Festival (Premier) 
  • First Place 
  • Morcombe Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • Second Place 
  • Morcombe Choral Festival (Men) 
  • Second Place 
  • Morcombe Choral Festival (Full Choir) 
  • Second Place 
  • Newry Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Newry Choral Festival (Men) 
  • Second Place 
  • 1985 
  • Cork International Choral Festival 
  • Third Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival 
  • First Place 
  • 1986 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival 
  • First Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Men) 
  • First Place 
  • Chester Choral Festival 
  • First Place 
  • Chester Choral Festival (Tredagh Singers) 
  • Second Place 
  • Chester Choral Festival (Boyne Singers) 
  • Third Place 
  • Navan Choral Festival (Men) 
  • First Place 
  • Navan Choral Festival 
  • Premier Award 
  • Llandudno Choral Festival (Men) 
  • First Place 
  • 1987 
  • Eugene Mooney retires as conductor, Fergal Caulfield appointed 
  • Edinburgh Music Festival (Evening Mail Cup) 
  • First Place 
  • Welsh National Eisteddfod 
  • Fourth Place 
  • 1988 
  • Sligo International Choral Festival 
  • Second Place 
  • Navan Choral Festival 
  • Second Place 
  • 1989 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival 
  • Premier Award 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • 1990 
  • Belfast Choral Festival 
  • Premier Award 
  • Belfast Choral Festival (Men) 
  • Second Place 
  • Navan Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Navan Choral Festival 
  • Premier Award 
  • Sligo International Choral Festival 
  • Fourth Place 
  • 1991 
  • Navan Choral Festival 
  • Premier Award 
  • 1992 
  • Navan Choral Festival 
  • Premier Award 
  • Navan Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • 1993 
  • Chester Choral Festival (Tredagh Singers) 
  • First Place 
  • Chester Choral Festival 
  • Best of Festival 
  • Chester Choral Festival 
  • Premier Award 
  • Navan Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival 
  • Premier Award 
  • 1994 
  • Cork International Choral Festival 
  • Second Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Plainchant) 
  • First Place 
  • 1995 
  • Belfast Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • 1996 
  • Edinburgh Music Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Belfast Choral Festival 
  • Premier Award 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • Second Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Plainchant) 
  • Second Place 
  • 1998 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival (Plainchant) 
  • First Place 
  • Cheltenham Music Festival 
  • First Place 
  • Cheltenham Music Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Navan Choral Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place 
  • Navan Choral Festival (Plainchant) 
  • First Place 
  • Llandudno Choral Festival 
  • Second Place 
  • 1999 
  • Dundalk Choral Festival 
  • April 
  • Isle of Man Choral Festival 
  • May 
  • 2001 
  • Participants at New Ross Choral Festival and Sligo Choral Festival 
  • 2002 
  • Cork Choral Festival: Winner of Contemporary Music Centre Trophy for the Performance of a work, written by an Irish composer. 
  • New Ross Choral Festival: First Place in Mixed Voice Choirs (over 40 voices) John O’Brien Trophy – Second Place in Sacred Music Competition 
  • 2003 
  • Cork Choral Festival: Winners for Philip Ó Laoire Trophy for performance of a work in the Irish language. 
  • 2004 
  • Chester Music Festival – First Place in Sacred Music Competition 
  • First Place (Chamber choir and Mixed Voice) 
  • Arklow Music Festival (Sacred Music) 
  • First Place AND Clery Perpetual Cup 
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