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And finally 1983, Kilkenny:


Fiddle: Jimmy McBride - Donegal
2nd Martin Hayes.
(Siobhan Peoples 1st U.12)

2-Row Accordion: Jon Whelan New York
(2nd Brendan Begley)

3-Row Accordion: Frank Keane - Clare

Flute: Paul Gallager Luton
(Seamus Egan 1st Under 15
Joanie Madden 1st Under 18 )

Tin Whistle: Sean Smyth
(Emer Mayock 1st Under 12
Seamus Egan 2nd Under 15
Joanie Madden 1st Under 18 )

Piano Accordion: Liam Roberts - Dublin
Concertina: Ciaran Burns - Down
(Micheal O Raghallaigh 1st Under 12)

Uilleann Pipes: Michael Cooney - Tipperary
(Emer Mayock 3rd U.12
John McSherry 2nd U15)

Harp: Celia Joyce - Preston
Mouth Organ: Mick Furlong - Wexford
Banjo: Cathal Hayden

Piano: Carol Talty - Ennis
(Brian McGrath - 2nd U.18 )

Melodeon Brendan Begley
Bodhran Michael Lawlor - Wexford.

Drums: Micheal Heir - Clare
(Billy Dwyer 2nd that year).

Rogha Gleas: Jim Egan - Tipperary
(Emer Mayock 2nd U12
Seamus Egan 1st U15)

Warpipes: Rory Somers - Mayo
Fiddle Slow Airs: Frances Nesbitt - Tipperary.

Flute Slow Airs:Meadhbh Ni Loclainn - Dublin
(Emer Mayock 3rd U12
Seamus Egan 2nd U15)

Whistle Slow Airs: Mairead Ni Chathasaigh - Cork
(Emer Mayock 1st U12)

Uillean Pipes Slow Airs: Brian McComb - Blackburn
(Emer Mayock 1st U12 - i.e. 6 medals that year
John McSherry 2nd U15)

Duets: Sean & Breda Smyth
Trio: M. Carroll & M&J Nugent - Ennis
Ceili Band: Pride Of Erin - Fermanagh
Marching Band: Convent of Mercy - Mayo
Irish Singing Female: Mairead Ni Oistin - Dublin
Irish Singing Male (Not called Sean Nos for some reason):Sean O Croinin, Cork
English Singing Female: Sioban O Donnell - London
Male Singing: Vincent Crowley Cork.
Amhran Nua Cheaptha: Sean O Cathasaigh - Cork
Newly Composed Ballad: Tony Waldron - Galway
Whistling: Walter O'Hara Wexford
('Michael' McGoldrick - Manchester 1st U.12)
Lilting: Michael Craven - Galway


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alurker wrote:
And finally 1983, Kilkenny:


Fiddle: Jimmy McBride - Donegal
2nd Martin Hayes.
(Siobhan Peoples 1st U.12)

2-Row Accordion: Jon Whelan New York
(2nd Brendan Begley)

3-Row Accordion: Frank Keane - Clare

Flute: Paul Gallager Luton
(Seamus Egan 1st Under 15
Joanie Madden 1st Under 18 )

Tin Whistle: Sean Smyth
(Emer Mayock 1st Under 12
Seamus Egan 2nd Under 15
Joanie Madden 1st Under 18 )

Piano Accordion: Liam Roberts - Dublin
Concertina: Ciaran Burns - Down
(Micheal O Raghallaigh 1st Under 12)

Uilleann Pipes: Michael Cooney - Tipperary
(Emer Mayock 3rd U.12
John McSherry 2nd U15)

Harp: Celia Joyce - Preston
Mouth Organ: Mick Furlong - Wexford
Banjo: Cathal Hayden

Piano: Carol Talty - Ennis
(Brian McGrath - 2nd U.18 )

Melodeon Brendan Begley
Bodhran Michael Lawlor - Wexford.

Drums: Micheal Heir - Clare
(Billy Dwyer 2nd that year).

Rogha Gleas: Jim Egan - Tipperary
(Emer Mayock 2nd U12
Seamus Egan 1st U15)

Warpipes: Rory Somers - Mayo
Fiddle Slow Airs: Frances Nesbitt - Tipperary.

Flute Slow Airs:Meadhbh Ni Loclainn - Dublin
(Emer Mayock 3rd U12
Seamus Egan 2nd U15)

Whistle Slow Airs: Mairead Ni Chathasaigh - Cork
(Emer Mayock 1st U12)

Uillean Pipes Slow Airs: Brian McComb - Blackburn
(Emer Mayock 1st U12 - i.e. 6 medals that year
John McSherry 2nd U15)

Duets: Sean & Breda Smyth
Trio: M. Carroll & M&J Nugent - Ennis
Ceili Band: Pride Of Erin - Fermanagh
Marching Band: Convent of Mercy - Mayo
Irish Singing Female: Mairead Ni Oistin - Dublin
Irish Singing Male (Not called Sean Nos for some reason):Sean O Croinin, Cork
English Singing Female: Sioban O Donnell - London
Male Singing: Vincent Crowley Cork.
Amhran Nua Cheaptha: Sean O Cathasaigh - Cork
Newly Composed Ballad: Tony Waldron - Galway
Whistling: Walter O'Hara Wexford
('Michael' McGoldrick - Manchester 1st U.12)
Lilting: Michael Craven - Galway


1983 winners now on the list. Cheers for that. If you fish anymore out let me know - the list is looking a little more complete now!! :D


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anyone got any more??


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Is anyone from this thread still around?

Im trying to build a database of Fleadh results and wondering if anyone has attempted to do this before?


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I'm still here. I'm currently in possession of a fairly complete set of issues of "Treoir" magazines from 1975 to 2003. I would think that the results in all age groups for each year would be in there somewhere. I'm not about to post them all here by typing them out, but if anyone wanted - and is not in a hurry - I'd be willing to scan them and forward them as attachments by email, as and when I find the time to do it. Anyone wants any of this information, send me a PM.

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kenny wrote:
I'm still here. I'm currently in possession of a fairly complete set of issues of "Treoir" magazines from 1975 to 2003. I would think that the results in all age groups for each year would be in there somewhere. I'm not about to post them all here by typing them out, but if anyone wanted - and is not in a hurry - I'd be willing to scan them and forward them as attachments by email, as and when I find the time to do it. Anyone wants any of this information, send me a PM.


Hi there, thanks for the reply. I was sort of hoping someone would have all the hard work done and there would be a database or excel of results somewhere, but I haven't come across it yet. The results from the past 10 years or so can be found in PDF files around the web so they could fairly readily be converted into a database. The resource of Treoirs you have is fairly unique I'd say and it would be a good exercise to transfer the fleadh results from them onto a computer. I don't think its practical to transcribe everything by typing but if they were scanned at a high quality perhaps an OCR program could convert these scans to text and then I could load into a database. Would you be willing to scan one year of results and I'll attempt to convert to Excel. I'll make these publicly available of course if it works out.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_All-Ireland_Fleadh_champions


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Thanks, I have all these first place results already imported into the database, looking now for other lists and placings and also regional and county fleadhs


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If you PM me an email address I'll scan the pages of the earliest year I have and forward them to you. If that works for you, I'll do as much as I can, as soon as I can, but next week is very busy for me leading up to a flute weekend I'm heavily involved with in Edinburgh. I'll have a bit more time once that's over, for 2 weeks or so until the Willie Clancy week comes around.
A' the best. Kenny

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kenny wrote:
If you PM me an email address I'll scan the pages of the earliest year I have and forward them to you. If that works for you, I'll do as much as I can, as soon as I can, but next week is very busy for me leading up to a flute weekend I'm heavily involved with in Edinburgh. I'll have a bit more time once that's over, for 2 weeks or so until the Willie Clancy week comes around.
A' the best. Kenny


Kenny, I cant see how to PM but my email address is xxxxx at gmail.com

Thanks
Fintan


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Griffinx wrote:
kenny wrote:
If you PM me an email address I'll scan the pages of the earliest year I have and forward them to you. If that works for you, I'll do as much as I can, as soon as I can, but next week is very busy for me leading up to a flute weekend I'm heavily involved with in Edinburgh. I'll have a bit more time once that's over, for 2 weeks or so until the Willie Clancy week comes around.
A' the best. Kenny


Kenny, I cant see how to PM but my email address is fintan.farrell at gmail.com

Thanks
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You'll be able to PM now, Fintan. :)

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4 pages of 1974 results scanned and sent by email. Please confirm that I've got your email address correct. Best of luck !

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kenny wrote:
4 pages of 1974 results scanned and sent by email. Please confirm that I've got your email address correct. Best of luck !


Nothing came through in email.. To avoid the spambots I dont want to leave my full email address here.. but replace at with @ and no spaces

xxxxxxxx at gmail.com


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4 pages of 1974 results scanned and sent by email. Please confirm that I've got your email address correct. Best of luck !


Nothing came through in email.. To avoid the spambots I dont want to leave my full email address here.. but replace at with @ and no spaces

fintan.farrell at gmail.com

... or use PMs.

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Ah that option hadn't been there before..cheers


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