Well done to our P.E teacher Ms. Grehan who completed the GAA Future Leaders week 4 #GAASolo challenge with an impressive 14 handpasses in 30 seconds! She is looking forward to introducing GAA Future Leaders Initiative to her students in September.
All students were set this challenge this week!!! She is still waiting for the videos!
Remember to stay at home and follow HSE guidelines… Why not give this a go while you’re there and send in your video?! #GAAFutureLeader #GaisceAtHome #ItsInOurHands #20×20 #CantSeeCantBe
Yesterday was an incredibly proud day for our Girls Basketball teams and school as both 1st & 2nd Year Girls were crowned Regional Champions! 2nd Years came out on top against St. Josephs Charlestown in their semi-final with some fabulous displays of fast breaks and tight defence. After the triumph of our tremendous 1st Years winning the Final (an incredible achievement their first time in a league! ) 2nd Yr Girls had the fire and determination to take Headford on in a nail-biting game. Every player worked so hard to fight for the ball and win layups and the second half the girls took off to lead until the final whistle. Our dual captains of Meadhbh Hanley and Emma Heneghan lifted the cup in elation as all girls jumped for joy! Well done and congratulations to all the girls and coaches Ms. Canny and Ms.Grehan. The girls showed if you believe and work hard you can achieve anything! It was a special day we will remember.
Well done to our talented 2nd Year lads who started off a busy sporting week with a win & they have secured the West Region Crown in Basketball. We were slow to start in the first quarter against a well prepared Headford side. But we took off in the second quarter with great team play and scores from Robert Heneghan and Dylan Connolly. A big lead was generated and they never looked back. Colm Costello, our captain fantastic accepted the cup and they now look forward to the All Ireland playoffs where they will try to secure a place in the Arena like last year. Best of luck to all the other sports teams who are representing the school this week
Well done 1st-year Girls Basketball team who beat Spiddal last Monday in the league decider. An unsettled start thankfully ended in a 5 pt lead for our Dunmore girls as they stormed into the last quatre with fight and determination. These girls are no rookies when it comes to spirit of play and a tight defense that created fast-break chances secured our way forward in the league. We play St. Nathys in the Regional Semifinals on March 11th so the very best of luck, it would be fantastic for our 1st years to get to the final 🤞!