Bhuaigh Roman i Bliain 3 an chéad áit sa comórtas filíochta Joyce Cycle. Beidh a dán foilsithe agus tugtha amach do lucht féachana sa mórshiúl Lá Féile Phadraig. Comhghairdeas leis.
U17 girls who played against St Killian’s Scoil Gearmáinis, recently.
Many exciting and challenging activities were on offer for GCC students last week for the annual Active Schools Week. Zumba, Kung Fu, Spinning, Cookery Demonstrations, Tag Rugby, Bootcamp and a Sports Day with 5k walk / run meant the entire student body and staff had the chance to participate. Tuesday saw students from Coláiste Pobail Osraí and Gaelcholáiste Phort Láirge spending the day with us and taking part in many activities organised and supervised by Transition Years. The week culminated with a game of Rounders between sixth year students and staff who were all in flying form after the graduation ceremony the previous night. Well done to all who were involved and especially the organisers Iníon Ní Iréis, Maistir O Briain and all the people who gave the various classes and talks.
Pictured are the 5K first 3 girls over the line – third years Enya Holt, Keara Nic Aogáin (1st) , Leah Ní Mhaolmhuaidh
And first 3 boys over the line – Aaron O Donnchú, Dylan O Nualláin (1st), Con O Scolaí
5th year helpers – Ruaidhrí O Mórdha, Seán O Maoláin & Graham Harland
Energy management consultants 2 Eva based in Carlow Gateway Business Centre, Athy Road, Carlow recently sponsored a set of jerseys for GCC girls soccer team. Pictured here are Mark Shirley and Eoin Mc Gann of 2 eva along with students Shannen Nic Coitir and Clíodhna Ní Shé.
The Gaelcholáiste/Presentation team that took part in the Donal O hInglís O hEideáin memorial hurling tournament held in Fenagh on Wednesday last.
Comhghairdeas le Maithiú Callináin Ó Cianáin wnner of the Senior Pole vault at the Leinster Schools Athletics Championships with a vault of 4m.20. Art Ó Muirí was the winner of the Intermediate event with a vault of 3m.20. Lúc de Rís also medalled with a fine 3rd place at 3m.
Chloe Ní Éideáin was 5th in the Senior girls 200m and 4th in the 400m hurdles and with Carragh Ní Mheachair finishing 4th in the Inter girls 800m having fallen just before the finishing line. No doubt she would have medalled otherwise. Comhghairdeas libh gó leir
U17 girls who played against St Killian’s Scoil Gearmáinis, recently..