U14 Camogie Final

A huge congratulations to all the first and second year girls involved in the Scoil Mhuire Under 14 Camogie team on reaching the Leinster Camogie Final against Bagenalstown Carlow, on a blustery day in Naas on the 14th May 2015. The girls put up an excellent battle and represented their school with pride on the day, however Bagenalstown were triumphant on the day. Again, a huge congratulations on reaching the final and our team is looking strong for the 2015/2016 session!


Scoil Mhuire German debating team finished a very successful year as runners-up to Coláiste Eoin agus ĺosagáin in the final debate at DCU Innovation House on the 30th April 2015. It was another stunning performance by Tara Delaney (Capt.), Rebecca O’Brien, Hazel Byrne and Sophie Cassidy against a school that is very much used to winning trophies in this All-Ireland competition. This event was organised by Anna Weiss from Goethe Institute Dublin and Josefine Nielsen as President of the German Teacher’s Association of Ireland. The awards were presented by Mr. Andreas Zürn, the Head of Goethe Institute, Mr. Paul Lynam, CEO Siemens Ireland and Mr. Peter Adams of the German Embassy in Dublin. The Mentor of our team Mr. Domo Kajic would like to thank Ms. Hillary O’Brien and Ms. Angela Doherty for their support and Helen Carroll for a great performance in one of our earlier rounds as a sub, all of our supporters at the finals as well as the former teachers of German Ms. Grainne Arntz and Aine Ui Eadhra and Ms. Gemma Kiernan and Ms. Jacqueline Maher as well. We’ll be back for some more next year again!

School Choir success in Navan

Further to their success in the Feis Ceoil in March, the school choir were thrilled to win the Irish Language competition at this year’s Navan Choral Competition on May 8th. A rousing and energetic rendition of “Ceann Dubh Dílis” secured the winning prize. Congratulations to all the girls on such a successful year. Well done and thanks for all your hard work and dedication throughout the year. Looking forward to a busy schedule for next September as we prepare for the RTE Regional Finals. Mrs. Lynch

Irish Junior Maths Competition 2015 (Final)

The 21st final of the Irish Junior Maths Competition, in association with the IMTA, took place on Friday, May the 8th 2015 at Castleknock College. Following the initial School Round, seven students from first year were chosen to represent Scoil Mhuire at the regional finals. Those students were: Aoife Swords, Elisha Larkin, Leanne Burke, Sarah O’Rafferty, Ava Thomspon, Shauna Nolan-Howell (and Beau Comiskey who unfortunately was unable to attend on the night). Huge congratulations to the seven girls on reaching the finals and in receiving your Certificates from Mr. Oliver Murphy.

Scoil Mhuire Equestrian News

On Saturday 2nd of May, Scoil Mhuire's equestrian team competed in the All Ireland Inter Schools Open Jumping Championships in Enniscorthy, County Wexford and qualified for the All Ireland Supreme Championships in Millstreet on 16th August. Competing in torrential rain, the team of four, Grace Evans, Niamh Farrell, Aine Regan and Grace O Connor, finished with a brilliant score of six and a half faults. Grace, Niamh and Aine then went on to jump in the Open individual competition with Grace and Niamh going through to the jump off with Grace ending up with a brilliant result of third place.

Well done girls.






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