cuig Meánscoil na Toirbhirte, Loch Buí, Cill
Chainnigh. Transition year students are working hard to keep
up to date.
congratulations to our junior footballers,who won the Leinster
final on Monday, March 24th. The match took place at 2p.m. in The
Heath G.A.A. grounds in Co.
Laois. The girls played Loreto S.S. of Foxrock.
will be an Easter Egg hunt organised by the L.C.A.
class on Wednesday, April 2nd for the 1st years. This will take place
between 1.55 p.m. to 3.15 p.m.
total of 31 6th year girls headed off to the Kerry gaeltacht on
March 21st. A great weekend, full of activities was
had by all. The
girls were a credit to the school and spoke Irish from the beginning
to the end of the trip.
Best of luck to all the 6th years in their oral exams. These will
begin next week and continue up until the holidays.
Well done to our minor camogie team who had a narrow victory over
Mercy New Ross on Thursday, March 27th. This was the first match
of this competition.
Ireland Camogie Final.
The electronic scoreboard tells the tale at the final
of the All Ireland Senior 'A' Post Primary Schools Camogie which
was played today, March 8th, at Parnell's GAA grounds in Dublin.
The game began with Pres aided by a strong breeze
and they slowly built up a lead of 1-5 to 0-0, the goal being scored by Aisling
Nolan. St. Marys began to come more into the game as the half progressed
and with points just before half time left the score
Pres 1-7, St. Marys 0-3.
The feeling at the break seemed to be that
Pres would need all of this lead when they faced the wind in the
2nd half. This seemed to be confirmed when Magherafelt scored three
points without reply in the early stages of the new half. Pres settled,
however, and managed to stop the Magherafelt onslaught. About mid-way
through the half Mary O'Connell got a point from a free and this
was followed by a great goal from Aoife Farrell. This left the
to 0-6 and try as they might after this Magherafelt could not catch
the Pres girls. The final whistle sounded to great relief and celebrations
among players and supporters.
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