Congratulations to the Under 14 hurlers who defeated Blackwater Community School in the Waterford County Championship on Wednesday 4th February. At the final whistle in Fraher Field the result was De La Salle College 3 – 10 Blackwater 0 – 1. DLS won in impressive fashion showing discipline, teamwork and skill throughout the match. Paddy Flynn and Darren Kenneally performed the role of co – captains. They showed fantastic leadership throughout the championship. In the group stages DLS had victories against Blackwater CS, Dungarvan CBS and St. Augustine’s College.
This panel trained hard since September with the aim of retaining the title. The lads played many challenge matches and their hard work came to fruition in the final. It was a team effort with all the players on the panel contributing to this success. Thanks to the backroom team and supporters for their support on the day. Ms Meagher and Mr Tallon are looking forward to bringing this team to the Brother Anselm Tournament on Friday 6th March.
Mark Kilgannon, Eoin O’Brien, Ciaran O’Neill, Paul Cotter, Sean Harney, Cian Wadding, Cillian Lynch, Kevin Mahony, Dean Casey, Darren Kenneally, Mikey Cummins, Paddy Leavy, Gavin Corbett, Tadhg Ryan, Paddy Flynn. Subs used: Eoin O’Reilly for Gavin Corbett and Conor Berry for Cian Wadding.
Congratulations to Ben Sheridan ,Jack Walsh and Nathan Long in Ms Lee's 6th year art class who are semi finalists in this years doodle for Google fingers crossed for the finals !
Well done to Steven Cody and Eoghan Flynn fifth year who received some surprise visitors on Friday when Junk Kouture arrived in Class to personally present them with their Silver ticket which means they get to the semi finals in the concert hall in Limerick in March.Best of luck to them both .
The National Final of the IMTA Team Maths Quiz takes place in NUI Galway on March 7th. We wish Carl Beadle, Jack Casey, Cathal Gallagher and Raymond O'Mahony the best of luck in the final.
The MATHletes Challenge is a pioneering online and in-person maths tournament for students from Ireland and Northern Ireland. Nathan Keenan a fifth year student entered this competition in January. As a challenger he works with the Khan Academy which help him master maths skills and as a result he earns mastery points. Nathan was the winner of the January Cup in this competition and continues to be top of the leaderboard as we end the month of February. We wish Nathan continued success.