Under 14 Camogie Win

Under 14 Camogie Win

Well done to the Scoil Mhuire under 14’s Camogie team who overcame Coláiste Naomh Cormac on Friday 13th February 2015. The Scoil Mhuire team was made up of first and second year students and they had a convincing winning score-line of 8-10 to 1-1.


Big congratulations to all the girls on the panel and the best of luck in your up and coming match against Loreto, Navan.



Scoil Mhuire Athletics

On Wednesday 11th February the Junior U15 girls team competed in the GloHealth Leinster Schools Cross Country Championships in Santry Demense, Dublin.  They were Amy Clarke, Hannah Gilligan, Eimear Fagan, Sarah Ennis, Sinead Nic Eoin and Hannah Guy. Close to a thousand school athletes contested in this Championship.
There were 12 teams in the Junior girls race.  Scoil Mhuire were placed 6th overall.  In the individual category, Amy Clarke ran a great race and was placed 13th overall (almost 90 in race) to qualify her for the All Ireland Schools Cross Country Championship on 7th March in Clane, Co Kildare .
Well done to the girls for getting this far in the competition, and best of luck to Amy in the All Irelands.

Equestrian News

Kernan Equestrian centre – Sat 7th February 2015:

Scoil Mhuire were represented by 1 Novice team and 1 Open team at the Inter schools show jumping competition in the Kernan Equestrian Centre, Crossmaglen on sat last.

The novice team of Lauren Andrews, Ella O Byrne and Emma Keegan performed very well and were placed 3rd.  Well done girls.

The open team of Grace Evans, Emelie Larkin and Morgan Cummins were excellent.  All 3 jumped double clear rounds to qualify the team for the jump off against the clock.  Following the jump off, they finished in 2nd place.


All 3 riders entered the open individual competition.  This involved jumping a course of 14 fences – the final six fences to be jumped against the clock.  It was a very exciting competition with great performances from all competing riders and ponies/horses.  The 3 Scoil Mhuire girls were brilliant with a final result of Morgan in 1st place, Grace placed 2nd and Emelie 4th.  Many congratulations to all three.


Scoil Mhuire students trade for victory in the Aviva stadium

Scoil Mhuire students trade for victory in the Aviva stadium


On Tuesday, 20th January, 15 pupils from Mr. Brennan’s fifth year Business class in Scoil Mhuire, Trim entered Bank of Ireland’s student Bond Trader Challenge in the Aviva Stadium. When the pupils arrived in the stadium, accompanied by Mr. Duffy, they received an excellent tour of the iconic arena.

This was followed by an insightful talk given by Bernard Walsh, Bank of Ireland’s head of investments. Then it was down to business as the girls were split into teams of five and competed against hundreds of pupils from across Dublin and Meath. Each team was given an imaginary portfolio and then different scenarios were projected on a big screen such as “civil unrest breaks out in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia”, or “The German Economy is recovering” and the pupils would have to decide what to invest in and what to sell. 

At the end of ten rounds it was revealed that the Scoil Mhuire team consisting of Lucy Gormley, Kelly-Ann Matthews, Ciara Slevin, Hazel Byrne and Emma Thornton had come out on top. Hurling superstar, Henry Sheflin was on hand to present the girls with their prizes which included a signed, framed Leinster rugby jersey and trophy for the school, Leinster rugby jerseys for each team member and a VIP trip to a Leinster rugby match, where they will get to meet the players.

Special thanks must go to the manager of Bank of Ireland, Trim, Martin Kavanagh, who invited the girls to take part.

Under 14 Football Win

Scoil Mhuire overcome strong Mercy Navan side in pre-season challenge. 

The footballing future of Scoil Mhuire looks bright as the school under 14 team overcame an excellent Mercy Navan side by a scoreline of 2–18 to 4-9. The game was broken up into three 20 minute sections to facilitate the huge Trim contingent.

In total 41 girls Scoil Mhuire girls played, many of whom were first years making their debut for the school. There were numerous standout performances, but what impressed most of all was the outstanding teamwork exhibited by all in red and black. Hopefully the girls can translate this form to the upcoming Leinster championship games against Holy Faith, Clontarf and St. Peters Dunboyne.









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