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School News October 6th 2016

Art Expedition.

Transition Years together with Art students from Fifth and Sixth year paid a visit art galleries and museums in Dublin.  They were accompanied by Art teachers – Ms. Purcell and Ms. McGrath.
U/19 Boys Basketball.
Mohill played St. Nathy’s away and came away with a nice win – Mohill CC – 49, St. Nathy’s – 24.  Ms. Hargaden Ward coaches this group.
Shane Cox, Dylan Gaffey, Gavin Gordon, Evan Harkin, Sean Harkin, Barry Heslin, Luke Jones, Eoin Kenny, Fiachra McGuinness, Tadhg Mulligan, Peter O’Neill, Jordan Reynolds, Liam Rowley, Glen Ward,
U/16 Girls Basketball.
The girls played away games in Sligo and were beaten by Mercy College Sligo but won well against Grange V.S.
Kirstie McGuinness, Lorraine Foy, Rachel Stenson, Alannah McGuinness, Ciara McKiernan, Katie McKiernan, Ríona Cosgrove, Roisin Burke, Genevieve Canning, Niamh Beirne, Marlina Esezobar, Shalyn Ward, Sarah Boyle.
U/19 Girls Basketball.
The girls played away to Mercy College Sligo and recorded a loss.  Ms. P. McGovern is in charge of these basketball teams.
Seóna Cosgrove, Bláthnaid Duignan, Emma Quinn, Tara Quinn, Elizabeth Honeyman, Roísin McGarry, Aisling Burke, Michelle Hackett, Amy Cosgrove, Clodagh Mitchell, Laura McManus, Orla Bohan, Evelyn Reynolds, Gemma Stenson.
U/16 Boys Football.
Mohill played St. Clare’s, Manorhamilton in the centre of excellence Annaduff during the week and came out on the losing side. Mr. Duffy is in charge of this team.
Kevin Bohan, Johnny Boyle, Michael Cox, Shane Cox, Jordan Cramp, Tadhg Doherty, Jamie Dolan, Brian Doyle, David Faughnan, Colm Fitzpatrick, Evan Harkin, Sean Harkin, Jonathan Harte, Niall Keegan, Eoin Kenny, Niall Lennon, Michael Luby, Jason Lyons, Robert Maguire, Cian Mallon, Jamie McCaffrey, Jordan McGuinness, Cian McKeon, Owen McLoughlin, James McNabola, Cian Mulvey, Peter O’Neill, Jordan Reynolds, Christy Sullivan, Martin Tiernan.
Sports Leadership Programme.
Leitrim Sports Partnership are delivering eight modules to the TY class.  The programme is about the development of leadership skills in sport that can also apply to all walks of life.
We sympathise with Sophie Geelan on the death of her cousin – Charlie Francis.  May he rest in peace.