School News January 17th 2013

Chemistry in Maynooth.
Twelve Leaving Cert Chemistry students visited Maynooth chemistry laboratories to carry out practical work from the syllabus, it was a good opportunity to review and revise ahead of the upcoming mock exams. Ms Nertney accompanied the students.

Senior Boys Football.
Mohill played Carrick C.S. in Gortletteragh during last week and had a bad day at the office, Mohill underperformed and were missing a number of first team members before the game and ended up having to play with fourteen players for much of the second half due to lack of numbers. Mr Beirne is in charge of this team.
Jason Farry, James Mitchell, Alan Mc Garry, David Mulvey, Ryan Bohan, Oisin Madden, Darragh Higgins, Cathal Keegan, Caillin Canning, Liam Mulligan, Darragh Gordon, Shane Mc Gowan, Keith Beirne, Niall Beirne, Joe Stenson, Shane Sullivan, Kenton Mc Cormack.

Senior Girls Football.
Mohill played Drumshanbo VS in Eslin and won comfortably enough.
Ms. Horan is in charge of this team.

Aoife McGarry, Sharon Reynolds, Orlaith Heslin, Cathy Forde, Cliodhna Reynolds, Caoimhe Canning, Nicole Higgins, Aileen Flynn, Claire Beirne, Lisa Reynolds, Caoimhe McGuinness, Tara Quinn, Nadine Hackett, Shauna McGrath, Lorraine Moran, Michelle Beirne, Lorraine Reynolds, Yvonne Reynolds, Sinead Mulvey, Lauren McCann, Ciara McGrath, Ellie Gordon, Alicia Kiernan.

U/14 Girls Football.
Mohill played Drumshanbo V.S. at the same venue and won comfortably.
Mr. Kehir is in charge of this team.
Aoife Cafferty, Aoife Byrne, Aoife Keegan, Amy Cox, Shannan Kilkenny, Dearbhaile Beirne, Ashling McGwynne, Ellen Keegan, Laura Gill, Leighann Flynn, Claire Bohan, Roisin Donnelly, Emma Moran, Laura McManus, Michelle Hackett, Elizabeth Honeyman, Sibéal Reynolds, Deirbhile Tiernan, Emma Quinn, Tara Quinn, Anne Marie Reynolds, Blathnaid Duignan, Clodagh Mitchell, Seóna Cosgrove, Eimear Kelly.

We would like to thank Eslin GAA for making their facilities available to the school.

Bereavements.
We sympathise with the following students and their families on their recent bereavements:-
Louise and Kevin Bohan on the death of their grandmother – Mrs. Conway.
Karl and Cian Mallon on the death of their grandfather.
Jesse Desmond Smith on the death of her uncle.
May they rest in peace.

Peace and Reconciliation Programme.
This programme funded by Peace 3 and facilitated by people who have experienced the troubles in Northern Ireland continues with Fifth Years and Transition Year students. The programme is being delivered to second level schools in Leitrim.

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