Some members of the successful Naas GAA Féile Football and Hurling teams, and former students of St. Corban's visited the school with their winning trophies last Friday. Well done to all involved!
Kildare footballer and captain Eamonn Callaghan, a former St. Corban's student, visited us at the end of the year to present medals and trophies to all the boys who were successful in sports this year. Eamonn took time out of a busy week to visit us and speak to the boys and we are very grateful.
The past year has been a very successful one for the St. Corban's hurling teams with all three teams winning their respective county titles. Congratulations to each and every boy involved, who represented the school admirably. Mr. Broderick and Mr. O'Reilly would like to thank all the boys for their dedication and also thank their parents who have generously given up their time to support the teams over the course of the year.
Back row (l-r): Ronan Kelly, Ross Waters, Will O'Sullivan, Ben O'Reilly, Dermot Hanafin, Jack Cleary, Rian Monaghan, Ian Blackburne, Darragh Kirwan
Front row (l-r): Alex McGeever, Mark Logan, Craig Kennedy, Luke Griffin (captain), Cormac Woodhouse, Al Bergin, Cian Duffy, Eoin McDonnell, Brian Tobin, Cian Doyle
Under-11 Mini Sevens
Back row (l-r): Colm Joyce, Luke Griffin, Ross Waters, Darragh Kirwan, Ian Blackburne, Ronan Kelly
Front row (l-r): Cian Duffy, Brian Tobin, Rian Monaghan (captain), Al Bergin
Congratulations to the following boys, who retained their status as senior county champions this year, with a win over Cellbridge in the county final in Moorfield:
Unfortunately, there are no photos of the senior team available at this time. If anybody can provide one, please email it to the school at email@example.com
Leinster Lift and Strike
St. Corban's was once again represented in the Kildare Lift and Strike team. The following boys partook in the Cumann na mBunscol Leinster Lift and Strike competition in Carlow, beating Laois but losing to Wexford and Carlow in the process:
We wrote this post on our class blog to explain Gaelic Football to a class in Canada who were wondering what the sport was like.
Gaelic Football is one of Ireland’s national sports. Football is organised by the GAA meaning Gaelic Athletic Association.
Some of the rules of Gaelic Football are:
Our county is Kildare and last year we got to the quarter finals. We were beaten by Donegal. Hopefully in 2012 we can go all the way! Dublin won’t be easy to beat!
Here are some pictures:
This YouTube clip gives you an idea of what the sport is like:
By James (a Dublin fan), David and Seán.
Mr. Lane's Class
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