Basketball Ball South West Leagues

Well done to our First & Second year basketball teams who continued their winning ways today against Killorglin CC in the South West leagues. Played at Listowel Community Centre, the first years were first up and showed great teamwork throughout, in a comprehensive win. Our second year team followed this display with a similar performance of their own. They controlled the game from start to finish and won out in the end on a comfortable score line. both teams will play Causeway Comprehensive next Monday in their next league fixture


Junior Football Team

On Wednesday our Junior Football Team took part in the first round of the inaugural Kerry Schools Competition against Pres Tralee in Kerins O Rahillys. We started the game well with some quick scores and held the lead into half time. After the break Pres Tralee came out strong and narrowed the gap but our girls fought back, finishing strongly with an impressive score of Pres Listowel 5 – 9 to Pres Tralee 2 -9. Well done to all our players on an excellent game of football. Our next game will be the quarter final of the Cup Competition.


Holocaust Memorial Day

SciFest Winners

Congratulations to last year’s Transition Year students who took part in the     at school competition. The girls put in a tremendous amount of work to their research projects. They have been awarded the following awards from SciFest.
Best project- Jennifer Kelly & Lauren Shine
Best project runners up- Aibhin O’Neil & Mairéad Barry
Abbvie Young Innovators- Katie Hannan & Yvonne White
Bristol Meyers Squibb Passion for STEM award- Chloe Mccarthy & Kelsie Barrett. Well done girls! A fantastic achievement.


Well done to our U19, U16 and U14 badminton teams who took part in the Kerry schools competition in Killarney on Tuesday the 18th.
Our U14 and U19 teams came 1st place, qualifying to represent Kerry in the Munsters on the 7th of March while the U16s made it to the final placing 2nd overall. Well done girls!

U19 Basketball Runners Up

Well done to our u19 basketball team who were runners up in the South West regional finals on Wednesday. The girls will now progress to the next phase of the playoffs in January. Missing from photo is Ciara Walsh and Louise O’ Sullivan.