Congratulations to the TY Junk Kouture students under the direction of their teacher Ms. Frances Kilcommins who successfully completed nine truly amazing outfits for the national Junk Kouture competition. The girls will be competing in the regional finals during a week-long celebration of youth creativity from March 6th – 10th via the social media platform TikTok. The Junk Kouture judges will then select a line up of designs from this stage of the competition to advance on to the national final in May. Best of luck girls!
Pictured is Aisling Harlow from TY with her design ‘Rococo Royalty’ entered in the Junk Kouture fashion design competition.
Pictured is Aoibhinn Neary from TY wearing Carla Griffin, Aoibhinn Neary and Ella Donlon’s design ‘Code Blue’ entered in the Junk Kouture fashion design competition.
Pictured is Tara O’Brien from TY wearing Anna Hussey, Hazel Kelly and Tara O’Brien’s design ‘Turning Over a New Leaf’ entered in the Junk Kouture fashion design competition.
Pictured is Megan Flynn from TY wearing Molly Finneran, Megan Flynn and Nicolly De Souza’s design ‘Rainbow Road’ entered in the Junk Kouture fashion design competition.
Both our first and second year teams played at home last week against Presentation College Headford. Our teams played well on the day but were unlucky with their results due to a strong Headford panel. They will play Glenamaddy Community School next Tuesday 28th February at a home game in our Sports Hall. Best of luck!
First Year Basketball Team:
Back Row: L- R: Sarah Mitchell, Ella Dwyer, Grace Gannon, Aoife Corcoran, Tessa Lino, Megan Hoare. Front Row: L- R: Aisling Faughnan, Simone Carroll, Chloe Coyne, Mollie Kelly, Nicole Dowd and Sophie Hanley
Senior Gaelic Football Sponsorship
Sincere thanks to Liam McNeill from McNeill’s Foodstore and Colm Tully from Veterinary Supplies Ros for their very generous sponsorship of sports gear for our senior Gaelic Football team. The girls have been kindly sponsored half-zips, shorts and socks in the lead up to their All-Ireland semi final and this support from two local businesses is very much appreciated.
The team are currently preparing for the All-Ireland Semi-Final vs. St Mary’s Grammar School Magherafelt, which will take place on Thursday 16th March at 12.30 in Lisnaskea Emmetts GAC, Co. Fermanagh. Best of luck to Mr David O’Reilly (team manager) and the entire senior football panel.
Pictured in their sponsored football gear are Molly-Anne Feeley, Emma Mannion, Róisín Mahon, Aisling Hanly (captain), Colm Tully of Veterinary Supplies (sponsor), Ellen Tully, Erin McDermott, Ava Mulry and Erin McDermott.
Pictured in their sponsored football gear are Ellen Biesty, Erin McDermott, Emma Mannion, Aisling Hanly (captain), Liam McNeill of McNeill’s Foodstore (sponsor), Ava Mulry, Róisín Mahon and Molly-Anne Feeley.
Irish Wheelchair Association Fundraiser
Congratulations to the transition year Young Social Innovators who held a fundraiser for the Irish Wheelchair association recently. The YSI group ‘All Access’ hopes to provide information for people living in and visiting Roscommon with mobility issues detailing what services can easily be accessed. As part of their project they held a non-uniform day on Tues 21st February where students wore blue and green in support of the Irish Wheelchair association.
Transition Year students donning blue and green in support of the Irish Wheelchair Association during our recent YSI Fundraising Non-uniform Day.
Irish Ladies Hexagonal Golf Tournament
Congratulations to Olivia Costello, second year student who was selected to play on the Irish Ladies team who competed in Spain at the International Hexagonal Tournament last week. The team finished in second place overall with impressive results from Olivia in all of her singles matches. As the youngest member of the Irish team, Olivia is a hugely talented young sportswoman and is fast becoming one of the leading names in Irish Womens’ Golf.
Olivia Costello played on the Irish Ladies Team at an international golf competition in Spain over the mid-term break.
Well done to our fifth year students Roisín Maher and Sarah Purcell along with Síofra Hession from third year who lined out for Connacht rugby on 12th February and 16th February last. The girls have been selected for the U18 Connacht girls team, defeating Munster and Ulster in interprovincial games at Abbotstown and Terenure rugby grounds. Maith sibh!
Róisín Maher, Síofra Hession and Sarah Purcell have been selected to play for Connacht U18 girls rugby squad..