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Sporting Acknowledgements

Congratulations to Braonan Girvan who was part of the Tyrone Minor Hurlers who won the Corn Jerome O’Leary Cup to become the Celitc Challenge Champtions after a tight battle against Sligo.

 

Celtic Challenge Corn Jerome O'Leary Final - Full Time

Tír Eoghain 5-13 (28)

Sligeach 3-13 (22)


Pictured are St Ciaran’s students who were part of the inaugural Tyrone u14 Grade 4 Development Platinum winners for Errigal Ciaran, where they beat a very good Dromore team in the final on a scoreline of 6-7 to 4-5.

Captain Alex Harte holds the Shield.


Back Row (L-R): Holly-Rose Mullin, Rioghnach Quinn, Aine McRory, Aimee Mallon, Cliodhna McKenna, Meabh Traynor, Layla Kelly, Kaylee Reilly.

Front Row (L-R): Lilly-May Mullin, Rebecca Neill, Alex Harte, Katie McDermott, Catherine McGinley, Cara O’Neill.

 

Well done to all the St Ciaran's students and the entire Beragh Red Knights U14 team, as they won the grade 2 league final at the weekend!


Recently 12 pupils participated in the Ulster Schools 1- Wall Handball finals in Loughmacrory

The U13.5 Girls team of Dearbhla Quinn, Ava Mullin, Meave McCartin and Cliodhna McKenna played very well but went out in the group stages by a narrow margin.



The U15.5 Boys team of Lorcan O’Neill, Marcus McLaughlin, Cillian Walker and Kevin Rafferty got out of their group, but lost to eventual winners St Patrick's Cavan, in a closely fought semi final.



The U13.5 Boys team of Daniel Curran, Matthew McCrystal, Sean Boyle and Conor McCrystal had a fantastic tournament and made it all the way to the Ulster final, but unfortunately they too came up against a strong St Patrick's side, who defeated them on the very tight score line of 22- 19.



A huge credit to all the players who represented the school extremely well and thanks to Ulster GAA Handball for organising such a great event!

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