Entrance Scholarships to Trinity College Dublin
Three students from St. Patrick’s College Cavan: Sean Finan, Sean Connolly, Padraig Donnelly were recently awarded Entrance Scholarships to Trinity College Dublin, based on their Leaving Certificate results. Congratulations to all three on their well deserved success.
One Per Cent scheme begins at St Pat’s with “The Sky is the Limit”.
Artists Anne Cleary and Denis Connolly assisted by Niamh Smith arrived in St Pat’s today to begin the first phase of the One Per Cent Scheme which is attached to all new public commissions. They began their project with a trampoline photo shoot of over three hundred of the students where they will become part of a ceiling mural called “The Sky is the Limit”. Tomorrow sees a day long work shop with 17 students on the theme “Particles and Waves”. Pictured below are 5th year students Terry Brady and Aaron Lynch going through their flying routine for the camera.
St Pat’s win Rannafast final November 17, 2012
St Patrick’s Cavan 4-10 Omagh CBS 2-10
The College now holds its sixth Rannafast Cup title and their first since 2003 when they beat Omagh CBS at Emyvale on Friday 17th Nov in what was a riviting game. CBS got off to a flying start when they established a 1-4 to 0-1 lead in the first ten minutes. The half time whistle saw St Pat’s lead 2-3 to 1-4.
With five minutes to go before whr whistle, St Pat’s were three points down. It all looked over but for the strong resolve of the lads.
Pierce Smith, Tomas Galligan and Matthew McKenna all scored points before Cian McManus punched home a goal which finally sealed Omagh’s fate.
Congratulations to the team and Managers, Finbar O’Reilly, Andrew Mc Govern, Gerard Gunn and Fr Kevin Fay.
St Patrick’s Cavan – B Sheanon, J Rahill, D Lunney, P Sexton, D Monaghan, C McManus [1-1], J Veale [0-2], T Galligan [0-1], D Brady, P Smith [0-2], R Connolly [0-1], M McKenna [1-2], D Gannon [0-1], B Conaty [1-0], R O’Reilly [1-0].
Sub – Thomas Edward Donohoe for Ronan O’Reilly
Subs: Mark Fegan, Fergal O’Rourke, Conor O’Rourke, Paul Leddy, Conor O’Reilly, Thomas Edward Donohoe, Glen Brady, Shane Moynagh, Dylan Donoghue, Shane Fortune, David Wilson, Pádraig Mac Suibhne, Eamonn Quinn, Daniel Hackett, Aaron Reilly.
Omagh CBS – C Traynor, M McBride, O McGinn, C Furey, E Murray, J Darcy, C McCormack [0-1], E McConnell, P McGirr [0-4], R McKenna [1-0], S McGuigan, P O’Neill, T McNamee, A Fullerton [1-2], A McGrath [0-2].
Subs – P Keyes for McBride, E Rae [0-1] for O’Neill, R Masterson for Furey
Referee – S McKinley, Armagh
5th and 6th year students from St Pat’s visited an exhibition titled “Hall of Mirrors” by artists Anne Cleary and Denis Connolly recently. The exhibition was mainly interactive where the viewer becomes part of the work. Anne and Denis will be coming to the school later in November to begin their first part of their One Per Cent project which was awarded to them last May.
The wing was built in 1944 and housed the study hall (later the canteen) on the ground floor, classrooms on the 1st floor, bedrooms on the 2nd floor, bedrooms and a dormitory on the 3rd floor and bedrooms and top dorm on the 4th floor. A basement floor to the rear housed the football changing rooms nd the woodwork rooms. The building is being demolished into itself and will eventually be levelled off with the car park area. It will then play host to volley ball and soccer hard courts.
Congratulations to Peter Watson, St Patrick’s College, Cavan, who has been chosen by the State Examination Commission to apply for the National Olympiads. Peter was chosen because he received one of the highest results in the country in both his maths and science Junior Certificate exam. He is pictured here with his maths teacher, Ms Kerri Flood and his science teacher Mr Shane Fitzpatrick.
Pictured below are students, Dillon Kiernan, Evan Burke, Darragh Fay, Philip Bogue, Peter Watson and Cian Goodrich with principal Dr Liam Mc Niffe after receiving their Junior Certificate results. Dr Mc Niffe congratulated all the students, their parents and the staff on the very good results.