U/16 Girls Football.
Mohill played Carrigallen V.S. in a home game and won. Thanks to Enda Stenson who referred the game.
Caoimhe Canning, Claire Beirne, Aoife McGarry, Laura Doyle, Celine Mulligan, Catherine Forde, Ellie Gordon, Nicole Higgins, Aisling McNabola, Louise Shanley, Aoife Byrne, Ciara Tiernan, Kellie Lennon, Lorraine Moran, Carla Doyle, Dearbhaile Beirne, Lauren McCann, Colette Gannon, Ciara McGrath, Sinead Reynolds, Lorraine Reynolds, Lauren Shanley.
Ms. Nertney is in charge of this team.
First and second years played St. Nathys in home games. The First Years performed really well and won their match on a scoreline:
Mohill CC – 71
St. Nathy’s – 18
The second year boys found the going tougher and lost by a margin of five points
Religious Education Trip.
Second Year students visited a mosque in Clonskeagh and Greek Orthodox Church in Arbour Hill Dublin as part of their Junior Cert RE Project. Students were given a guided tour and in each case it ended with a question and answer session. Ms. Colum and Ms. Hanly accompanied the students.
Mental Health Awareness.
Senior students will participate in workshops facilitated by Aware and Mental Health Ireland this week. They will also take part in a study skills programme.
Third years will engage with the Samaratins and a study skills workshop
Transition Years have progressed to the Western Regional finals in this competition where they design and fabricate costumes from used materials. One groups entry is themed “The Knight” and the other “Miss Universe”. The final is in the Theatre Royal in Castlebar in March 20th. Marks are allocated by online voiting, which is possible between February 25th and March 1st. Ms. Treanor is supporting the work.
The Transition Years are also busy with a Bank of Ireland sponsored short film, promoting Mohill for the gathering. They have most of the project complete with assistance from David Wrynn of Diamonid Water Productions.
We applaud Dearbhaile, a multitalented athlete, who has been selected on the Ireland U/15 Schools International Soccer Squad for the Bob Doherty Cup, which will take place in Belfast from April 1st to April 4th.
Dearbhaile also plays basketball, gaelic football and is a racewalker. She was awarded the Juvenile 2012 Star Award in Leitrim for her racewalking prowess. The presentations was made by the Minister for Sport in Tullamore.
Congratulations Dearbhaile – you are a credit to your family and mentors and we are proud of your achievements