Scoil Mhuire Trim win at EU debate

Transition year students from Scoil Mhuire, Trim were delighted with their success in the final of the Meath County Council Post Primary Schools Debate Competition. It took place on the 11th of May at the European Commission Centre, Grange. The motion before the house was: ‘The EU energy strategy will bring great benefits to Ireland.’ Rachel Farrell, Chloe Caffrey, Ruth Sherlock (captain) and Rose Higgins defended the statement against Ratoath College. They were assisted by their teacher, Ms Iseult Caffrey, and additional team member Eimear Byrne. It was a very exciting debate with compelling arguments and passionate delivery from both teams, but in the end Scoil Mhuire came out on top.

Back Row: Trevor Golden (Leas Cathaoirleach Meath County Council), Joanna Warnel (Legal Officer, European Commission Grange), Mary Murphy, (Executive Librarian, Meath County Council Library Service), Ann McEvoy-Smyth (European Parliament Office, Dublin) Front Row: Eimear Byrne, Chloe Caffrey, Ruth Sherlock, Rachel Farrell, Rose Higgins

Scoil Mhuire Athletics News

On Saturday 30th May the Glohealth All Ireland Schools Track & Field Championships took place in Tullamore. A high quality day of competition unfolded with over 1,000 young athletes from 366 schools took part at the prestigious championships. Sarah Daly (Junior Hammer Throw), Ciara Maguire (Inter Hammer Throw) and Sarah Ennis (Junior High Jump) competed in their own events. Sarah Daly started at 9.00am with the Junior Hammer Throw, and competed against 8 other athletes. Sarah came 4th overall with a Personal Best of 33.29 which was a superb result for her first time in the School All Irelands Track & Field Championships. Ciara Maguire was up after Sarah in the Intermediate Hammer Throw, and also came 4th overall with a throw of 48.42m. She competed against 9 other athletes of a very competitive field. Ciara was one of four athletes who broke the previous National Record which was 47.61m. This was a superb result for Ciara to have achieved this. Sarah Ennis competed in the Junior Girls High Jump against 9 other athletes. She got into the last 6 to compete in the final round, and jumped her Personal Best of 1.50m to put her into 5th place overall. Again, another superb result for Sarah for her first School All Ireland T&F Championships. Well done to all three girls!

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!


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