SGS Got Talent!

Posted on : November 26, 2016

Thursday night 24th November saw talented young musicians and singers from all around the region competing in this years ”Teens Got Talent” competition. The competition was held in the Radisson Blu Hotel in front of a large audience. A number of students from Sligo Grammar School competed and we are thrilled and proud to say that both first and third places went to our students. The outright winner of “Teens Got Talent” was one of our second year students, guitarist and singer, Eoin Murphy, who gave a faultless performance, while TY student Carla Blennerhassett sang her way to third place overall. Other SGS students who took part included Emma Kilcawley, Peadair Fraser Murphy, Aaron Gordon, Fraser Gaine, Nils Kavanagh, Joshua Gordon, Na Young Han, Na Hee Han, Melissa Cryan, and Sara Bourke. Well done to all our students who took part. We admire them for their courage as well as for their talent!

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