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Congratulations to the Novice equestrian team who competed in Barnadown Equestrian centre on Saturday 18th October. The team of Emma Keegan, Aine Regan, Lauren Andrews and Hazel O Brien were placed 6th out of 16 teams. Well done girls.
The first of the Schools Cross Country Competition took place on Tuesday 7th October in Ballinacree, Oldcastle. It was the Geraldine Memorial Cup (hosted by St Brigid’s Club) which takes place every year with schools competing from Meath and surrounding areas.
The girls in the U14 Minor race were Andrea Hiney, Olivia Gonsalves, Sinead Ní Eoin, Aisling McCabe, Sophie O’Connor, Hannah Guy, Elisha Larkin, Sky Ronayne, Aoife Swords and Amy Molloy. Over 100 athletes competed, and the first four fastest girls to finish the race were Andrea Hiney (15th), Olivia Gonsalves (17th), Sinead Ni Eoin (22nd) and Aisling McCabe (25th). The girls were the 5th team to come in out of 25 teams, so a great result for them.
In the U15 Junior girls race Amy Clarke got 1st place, Hannah Gilligan 3rd, and Sarah Ennis 4th overall. Aoife McDonnell made up the team of 4 and her position of 25th place got the girls 2nd Team prize, only pipped by one point for 1st place. Sarah Daly also ran in the Junior race and ran very well.
The girls had a very good days racing for their first Schools Cross Country race of the season. Their next race will be the Meath Schools Cross Country on Friday 14th November. Venue to be decided.
6th Year students Carolanna Foley, Aisling O Hare, Aine Coogan and Fiona Rickard were victorious in the first round of the Alliance Francaise debating competition on Friday 3rd October. The girls put in a great performance in defeating a team from Castleknock College. The judges awarded the "best speaker on the night" to Fiona Rickard.
Many congratulations to the team and Ms Galvin