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Tomorrow will see a novel pairing in this year’s Connacht Colleges Senior C Hurling final, as Ballyhaunis Community School make the journey to Kenny Park in Athenry to play Mercy College, Woodford.
Despite leading by a brace of goals on two occasions – including being ahead by 3-1 with less than five minutes of normal time remaining – the senior soccer side from Our Lady’s Secondary School, Belmullet, suffered the heartache of losing last Wednesday afternoon’s epic John Murphy Cup final in extra-time to St Peter’s Community School, Passage West, at the resplendent Mullingar Athletic AFC complex.
While many children around the country were scribbling Christmas wish lists to Santa for a coveted Frozen doll or the latest Lego kit, 315 young pupils at Scoil Phadraig, Westport, composed a heartfelt festive wish of a very different kind - addressed to the Minister for Education, Jan O’Sullivan.
Five NUI Galway students and graduates were among a group of inspirational young people presented with the Gaisce Gold Award by President Michael D Higgins.
It’s wagons east for Westport United and their loyal band of supporters on Sunday, as they look for a place in the last 16 of the FAI Junior Cup. Standing in their way is the imposing figure of Sheriff YC from the capital. The hooped side from Dublin won the competition last June in the Aviva Stadium when they saw off fellow Dublin side Kilbarrack FC. They are currently sitting in third place in the AUL Premier A table in the capital, but have four games in hand on the league leaders Kilbarrack United.
The board of management of Ballinrobe Community School has announced the appointment of William Culkeen as the new principal. He will succeed Michael Brett who is retiring after six years in the role.
St Mary's College travel this afternoon to Tullamore to take on St Aidan's Community School, Cork, in the FAIS Senior Schools All Ireland semi-final.
In these dark cold days of winter it is good to be able to look forward to a cracking spectacle of music, fun, and dance. The transition year students of Ballinrobe Community School are providing the opportunity to forget about the doom and gloom with their sparkling production of Footloose. They will put on two performances this weekend, tonight Friday December 16 at 8pm and tomorrow Saturday December 17 at 8.30pm in the school hall.
Ballinrobe Community School has impressive achievements in the academic, sporting and cultural fields. It consistently scores a very high ranking nationally. It provides a full range of academic, scientific, artistic and technological subjects. As a progressive and innovative school it is well aware of the changing needs of its students, and the demands that society makes on them. It encourages their personal and social development through participation in sport, debating, music, drama, art, educational tours, projects and competitions.
All roads lead to the Community Hall, Castlecomer on Saturday November 8 at 8 pm for the official launch of a CD by the members of Castlecomer Male Voice Choir.