Spelling Bee Update: Cavan, Tyrone and Fermanagh

Another week, another three Spelling Bees! This week saw us visit Cavan, Tyrone and Fermanagh for their respective county bees. With only three Spelling Bees now remaining, it’s not long until we reach the Provincial and All-Ireland Final.

Cavan Spelling Bee:

Knocktemple N.S. was the host for the Cavan Spelling Bee. The winner on the day was Adam Kelly from Killygarry N.S.. Coincidentally, Adam was one of the runners up in the 2012 All-Ireland.

Cavan Spelling Bee Winner - Adam Kelly from Killygarry N.S.

Cavan Spelling Bee Winner – Adam Kelly from Killygarry N.S.

Cavan Spelling Bee

Tyrone Spelling Bee:

The winner of the Tyrone Spelling Bee was James Rice from St. Patrick’s Primary School in Dungannon. James will now go on to represent Tyrone in the Ulster Final in June.

Tyrone Spelling Bee Winner - James Rice from St. Patrick’s Primary School in Dungannon

Tyrone Spelling Bee Winner – James Rice from St. Patrick’s Primary School in Dungannon

Tyrone Spelling Bee

Fermanagh Spelling Bee:

A great welcome was extended to all schools from St. Ninnidh’s Primary School in Derrylin for the Fermanagh Spelling Bee. On the day Caitlin Waterson from St. Mary’s Primary School in Teemore was declared the Fermanagh Spelling Bee champion.

Fermanagh Spelling Bee Winner - Caitlin Waterson from St. Mary's Primary School in Teemore

Fermanagh Spelling Bee Winner – Caitlin Waterson from St. Mary’s Primary School in Teemore

Fermanagh Spelling Bee

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