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Scoil Mhuire Girls Win

The North Leinster Schools Cross Country took place in AlSSA, Dublin Airport on Friday 23rd January 2015.  Over 50 secondary schools took part in the Minor, Junior, Intermediate and Senior Boys and Girls races. 

Running in the Minor U14 race from Scoil Mhuire were Andrea Hiney, Olivia Gonsalves, Aisling McCabe and Sky Ronayne.  Over 180 athletes  competed  in the 1,500m race.  The girls were not placed in the first three teams to qualify for the School Leinsters, but all four girls ran very well.

Running in the Junior U15 race were Hannah Gilligan, Sarah Ennis, Amy Clarke, Eimear Fagan, Hannah Guy, Sinead Nic Eoin and Sarah Daly.  Over 90 girls ran in this race. Hannah was 7th, Sarah 8th and Amy 11th place, and with these scores, it placed the girls in first place for the Team prize. This was a brilliant result and it put them through to the Leinsters Schools Championships which takes place in Santry Stadium on Wednesday 14th January 2015.  The girls had previously won the Junior U15 DCU Invitational race on Wednesday 14th January.

 

Well done girls, and best of luck to the Junior team.

SCOIL MHUIRE ATHLETICS NEWS – JAN 2015

On Wednesday 14th January 2015, Scoil Mhuire girls competed in the DCU Invitational Schools Cross Country races in the Sports Grounds of DCU, Dublin. Over 100 Secondary Schools from Dublin, surrounding Counties and Northern Ireland were invited to compete.
In the Minor U14 girls category, 174 athletes competed in the 1,000m race.  The Minor girls positioned very well.  Andrea Hiney and Aisling McCabe came in 25th and 39th place.  Also, Olivia Gonsalves, Elisha Larkin, Sky Ronayne and Aimee Molloy ran very well.
In the Junior U15 girls category, 97 athletes competed in the 1,500m race.    Amy Clarke, Hannah Gilligan, Sarah Ennis and Eimear Fagan were the first four athletes to score for the Team prize, and their positions got them 1st Team Prize.  On the team also were Hannah Guy, Sarah Daly and Wiktoria Rabieza.  The girls were presented with trophies and won the Junior Cup.
Well done to the girls, and they are now looking forward to the North Leinsters Schools Championships on Friday 23rd January in Santry, Dublin.

The Junior Cycle Irish Debating team

The Junior Cycle Irish Debating team successfully got through to the Gael-Linn Craobh Réigiúnach which will take place before the mid term break. The motion of the debate was ' Is maith ann iad facebook agus na meáin shóisialta eile!' and the team Amy Tuite, Áine Brady, Máire Ní Churraoin and Róisín Hickey (substitute) were in favour of the motion. The standard was extremely high and the debate was hotly discussed amongst the other competing teams of Scoil Pháirc Sandford Raghnallach, BAC, Coláiste Pobail Dhomhnach Seachnaill, Co. na Mí and Mainistir Loreto, Deilginis ,BÁC. Two of the 4 teams competing made it through. Therefore Scoil Mhuire will meet Coláiste Pobail Dhomhnach Seachnaill again in the regional finals.

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Interschools

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Morgan Cummins
Open individual, 4th place
Cavan Equestrian Centre
Nov 29th 2014

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Novice team, 3rd place
Cavan Equestrian Centre,
Nov 29th 2014

Grace O Connor, Lauren Andrews, Ella O Byrne

 

Senior Football report vs. Scoil Mhuire Longford

Date: Friday 21st Nov.

Venue: Longford Slashers GAA  Complex

Opposition: Scoil Mhuire S.S. Longford

In miserable playing conditions our senior team overcame Scoil Mhuire S.S Longford after an epic struggle. Following a slow start, the Trim girls got into their stride and at half time lead on a score line of 2-6 to 1-3. With a 6 point lead going into the second half an easy victory looked on the cards. But the Longford girls had other ideas and as the game progressed wiped out our interval lead to go ahead by a point with 2 minutes left on the clock. Our team reasserted themselves and mounted attack after attack but unfortunately shot three wides. To us on the side line…….all seemed lost. But the valiant girls on the pitch didn’t give up hope and mounted one last ‘desperate’ attack. A Longford defender was pressurised by Sophia Payne and Sarah Bagnall to loose the ball: this was worked into B. O’Toole whose shot was saved by the goalkeeper…dispossessed by Sophia Payne, the ball ended up in the possession of Susan Kealey who, without hesitation, lashed it into the “onion sack”. Ecstasy in the Trim camp dejection in the Longford camp. Final score Trim 3-7 to 2-8. Scoil Mhuire’s senior footballers are now through to the Leinster semi-final. Best of luck in your next match girls.

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