St. Kieran’s College continue to reign over the schools’ hurling kingdom after a late goal from Conor Kelly and eight points from the stick of Eoin Cody helped them to retain their Croke Cup crown at the expense of Presentation College of Athenry this afternoon in Tullamore.
PBC Cork 48 Ard Scoil Ris 3... Presentation Brothers College Cork will be included in the quarter-final draw of the Clayton Hotels Munster Schools junior cup after a facile win over Ard Scoil Ris at Musgrave Park today.
Presentation Brothers College, the favourites, had to battle all the way before overcoming brave, injury-hit Bandon Grammar School in a pulsating Clayton Hotels Munster Schools Senior Cup final at Musgrave Park today.
Bandon Grammar School 17, St Munchin’s College 13: Bandon Grammar School created their own special piece of history on a wet and windy afternoon at Bandon RFC yesterday when they advanced to the Clayton Hotels Munster Senior Schools Cup semi-final for the first time.
A Disney movie, parental love, and two autistic sons whose connection with Buzz and Woody gave them the language to communicate were all key to formulating a simple but genius idea that could help autistic kids the world over.
FAI Munster Senior Cup: Carrigaline CS 0 Presentation College 1: A first-half David Dalton header was enough for Presentation Brothers College to claim the Bank of Ireland FAI Schools Dr Tony O’Neill Munster Senior Cup against Carrigaline Community School at O’Shea Park, Blarney last night.
I write this letter in bewilderment at the state of Munster Rugby today. A team with real potential, they need support but unfortunately the bulk of the supporters don’t live in the city where the team has been decreed to play their games.
St Munchin’s College celebrated a thoroughly deserved Avonmore Milk Munster Schools Senior Cup semi-final victory over Presentation Brothers College Cork with gusto at Temple Hill yesterday to clinch a place in the March 19 decider against Rockwell College.
MICHAEL CARMODY (Castletroy College, Limerick) led all the way to win the senior boys title at the Munster Schools Cross-Country Championships at Tramore Racecourse yesterday, when the lack of teacher cover due to the cutbacks was reflected in much smaller entries.
EACH year the failure rate in maths in our State exams is observed and analysed to the point of tedious predictability. Suggested remedies include changing the syllabus and/or teaching methods. These suggestions might be considered logical and feasible if 88% of students were failing and 12% passing gloriously.