Fun Run Awards

Well done and thanks to everyone involved in our Annual Fun Run/Walk. More photos available on our Facebook Page.

John Monaghan leading the posse

The Leaving Cert participators with Year head Ms.Greally

First male student home Jamie Bowens Third Year

First female teacher home for the second year running Ms. Annette Walsh

First female student home Aoife Sheehy TY.

First male teacher home Mr.O Gara

For the second year running Mary Reilly the prize for best fundraiser. Mary filled 5 cards!!

A prize for the youngest competitor Maedhbh Scarry

What a finish from our oldest competitor Paddy Coleman

The winning parents Peter Walkin and Jean Ryan get a well deserved drink.

The worn out staff!!!!

Christine Gleeson, Claudia Devlin and Lisa and Louise Ward

Parents Janette Slattery, Peter Walkin and Padraig Waters

 

DCS School Run/walk 2017

On your marks…Get set… GO

Our Annual school run/walk will take place on Thurs 16th March at 1.40pm. Registration for all parents & guests will take place before the race in the sports hall. All guests (past students/past parents/ visiting schools) who wish to run or walk can register on the day (€5). There will be prizes on the day for the first male & female home from each year group, the first mother or father home & the first male/ female teacher home. There will be an overall award for the first female & male home. For those who would prefer to walk the lovely scenic 6km, there will be refreshments in the sports hall after. Thanks to everyone who has sold a sponsorship card. It is really appreciated.

U16 & u19 Badminton

Well done to all our girls who travelled to Galway for the Connacht Badminton Championships. Dunmore had a great representation on the day. Orla Comer, Lauren Diskin, Dearbhla Neenan & Holly Glynn were runners Up in the U19 C competition.

Mary Glynn, Alannah Ronayne, Catriona Ronayne & Emma Turner were beaten in the semifinals. Hard luck to our U19 B team who were beaten in the semi-final.Cathy Mullins, Sinead Mullins, Rachel Turner & Niamh Fleming were eager to reach the All Ireland’s as they had done last year. This young team were brilliant and will be difficult to beat next year.

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