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Futsal Team

Congrats to the Scoil Mhuire futsal team who represented Meath in the Leinster futsal competition. The Meath champions made it to the Leinster final and narrowly lost to a strong Malehide CS team with a final score of 3-2. It is a great achievement to be this year's Leinster futsal runners up. 


Forthcoming Events

 Sunday December 6th   Concert .  Venue:    Trim Castle Hotel. 7.30pm.

                                          Proceeds for the  Lorraine O Brien Trust Fund.

                                          Tickets:  10 euro.  Family of four 30 euro 


Tuesday December 22nd Carol Service: Venue St. Patrick’s Church. 7.30

                                            Proceeds for Trim MS Centre.


                                             No tickets. Collection on the night

Scoil Mhuire Choir

Congratulations to Scoil Mhuire Choir who was awarded a distinction and 3rd prize at the recent Sligo International  Festival. Top award-winning choirs took part in this prestigious competition and the girls received much praise for their rendition of the beautiful Hungarian lullaby Esti Dal.  Mrs. Lynch would like to pay tribute to the First years in particular who have been members of the choir for a very short time. The choir has enjoyed a very successful year for 2015, winning two trophies at the Feis Ceoil In Dublin in March. 


Junior Football Success

Congratulations to all the girls on the Scoil Mhuire Junior Football team for their win over Dunshaughlin on a windy Wednesday morning to make it three wins from three. Well done to all involved and keep up the hard work at training.

Final score line ; Scoil Mhuire 3:08, Dunshaughlin 1:08

Aleksandra strikes a chord at Classical Music Awards

Scoil Mhuire's Aleksandra Malinowska (18) was one of the finalists at the 2015 Fr Frank Maher Classical Music Awards sponsored by Top Security, Ireland’s largest classical music competition for secondary schools. Seven finalists from Meath Kildare, Dublin, Kerry and Louth competed at the Royal College of Physicians in Dublin on Thursday 12th November to win the top prize of €3,000 to further their fledgling musical career. 

Alexandra, of sixth year, plays the violin and performed two pieces on the night. They were ‘Sonata for violin and piano in G Minor’ by composer Claude Debussy and ‘Waltz from Suite for violin and piano Op.6’ by Benjamin Britten.


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Alexandra was the only finalist from Meath in the competition and she received a €250 bursary. The top €3,000 prize was won by pianist Eoin Fleming from St. MacDara’s Community College in Templeogue, Dublin.  The Awards were created in 2001 by Top Security chairman Emmet O’Rafferty to honour the memory of the late priest, who was a music teacher at his old school, Castleknock College.  Their aim is to showcase outstanding young musical talent in Ireland and are open to sixth year post-primary students of strings, woodwind, brass and piano. The €3,000 top prize must be used to attend a recognised place of tuition, a course of study in Ireland or abroad or on a purchase necessary for the development of their talent.

Chairman Emmet O’Rafferty of Top Security said, “The standard this year was particularly high and my congratulations to Alexandra on her success in reaching the final seven. He joins a line of incredible young talent to have performed at these awards. Father Frank Maher was a mentor of talent in many areas of school life and was particularly passionate about classical music. I know that he would have been very proud of all the performances at this wonderful venue and I wish Alexandra the very best in her future career.”

The judging panel were Dr Gerard Gillen, emeritus professor of music at NUI Maynooth, Dr Kerry Houston, head of academic studies at DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama and renowned concert pianist Veronica McSwiney.

The other finalists were: Alexander Brychta, (18) Cross and Passion College, Kilcullen, Kildare Clodagh Curran (17) High School, Rathgar, Dublin Caoiṁe Glavin (18) Presentation Secondary, Tralee, Kerry Patrick Moriarty, 18, Rockbrook Park, Edmondstown, Rathfarnham, Dublin Juliette Morrison (18) St. Vincents Secondary School, Dundalk,Louth  

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