Cluny Unit Halloween Party
Huge congratulations to Gallen CS Students Leadership for Life Graduates with Foroige and the Dermot Earley Leadership Programme. The following students from Gallen CS graduated from NUIG on Saturday 13th October: Bill Egan, Thomas Kerr, Adam Fletcher Shane Coughlan, Ross McLoughlin
Dermot Earley Leadership Programme graduates: (The Foróige Programme delivered in conjunction with GAA in each county):
North Leinster Juvenile Football Round 1
Gallen CS 3-12 Banagher CC 2-1. Well done to players and management. They play Killina in Round 2. Oisin Carroll, Donal Flynn, Conor Beirne, Saran Flynn, Mark Wren, James Buckley, Matthew Darcy, Sean Carroll, Patrick Taaffe, Luke Coleman, Conor Grennan, Eoghan Grennan, Brian Carroll, Ciaran Lally, Ronan Flynn,Fergal Bracken, Ruairi O'Neill,Shane Fitzgerald, Mikey Flaherty, Eoin Tighe, Reuben Egan, Nathan McIntyre.
Br. Hubert Cup: First year Competition Round 1
Gallen CS 4-14 St Finians Mullingar 5-8.
Gallen came from 8 points down with a great revival to win by 3 points. They play Athlone CC next Wednesday 24th at 1.40p.m in Ferbane
TEAM – Reuben Egan, Brandon Delaney, Mark Nugent, Coryn Keenan, Dylan Daly, Michael Spillane, Conall Minnock, Conor Grennan, Eoghan Grennan, Charlie Gilson, Tom O Malley, Luke Kelly, Barry Finnegan, Brian Carroll, Alex O'Connor.
Well done to Mr Garry for his work with both teams.
Gallen CS was a hive of mathematical activity last week as students and staff alike tested their mathematical knowledge in trying to solve mathematical puzzles and problems devised by our Mathematics Department. Thanks to all who took part and a special thanks to those who promoted and put together a very successful Maths week and congratulations to our competition winners, Meadhbh Keenaghan, Faye McLoughlin and Alex Nikolajevs.
Cluny Halloween Party
Our Cluny Unit looking suitably spooky (above) before they headed for their Halloween Party in Tullamore, hosted by
the TY students in Sacred Heart Tullamore.
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