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Posted by on in Gaelic Football News

a1sx2_Thumbnail1_20160927_104014-Medium.jpgCongratulations to Rachel Reidy who graduated from Scoil Mhuire  in June this year on her participation in the Intermediate All Ireland Ladies Football win on Sunday last in Croke Park. Rachel and her Kildare  team had a super win over Clare to bring home the Mary Quinn Cup. Rachel is now studying Sports Science and Health in DCU. We wish her well in her studies and continued success in her sporting career.

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a1sx2_Thumbnail1_IMG_0082.JPG_25.jpg The Scoil Mhuire ladies football team were delighted to receive a new set of jerseys and new football equipment all sponsored by Lidl, the new sponsors of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association competition. The team were the local store winners of the Lidl All-Ireland Post Primary Schools competition. The girls would like to thank all their family and friends who voted for them in the Clane store. A nice end to a busy and promising season.

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On Wed March 4th Scoil Mhuire Senior Ladies football team travelled to Mullingar to take on Tullamore Community School in the Leinster Ladies Championship. They made history by being the first Ladies football team to bring home a cup to Scoil Mhuire.

Clane, captained by Sinead Corbett, began well when Sarah Cribbin (later named player of the match) got the opening point. Tullamore soon responded with 2 goals and a point. This was a wake up for Clane who began slowly but surely to claw back with some steady score from Rachel Reidy and Ciara Egan. At half time we were 4 points up on a score of 2-5 to 2-1.

Clane knew if they wanted a win they had a fight on their hands as Tullamore opened the second half with a smashing goal. The exchange of scores began and Scoil Mhuire scored two quick goals. Some excellent football followed but the final score of 5-8 to 3-4 meant Scoil Mhuire were crowned Leinster Champions and travelled home to a reception in the Adult Education area sponsored by trainer Mr. Scully and his management team of Mr Kavanagh and Ms Carden. Well done to all the team on a wonderful championship and great win.

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The Scoil Mhuire Senior Football Team went on two day trips to Kippure Estate Adventure Centre in Co. Wicklow, where the team took part in team bonding activities.

On the first day the team did the high ropes challenge which included tasks such as climbing wall, vertical challenge, leap of faith and other challenges which required the team to communicate and work well as a team to complete.

On the second day the team took part in an uphill timed endurance mountain run. This challenge involved the 3 groups running to the peak of the mountain in the fastest time they could while having to work as a team to solve puzzles on the way.

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Posted by on in Hurling News

MediumScoil Mhuire, Clane clinched the Leinster PP Senior Hurling ‘C’ title with a well deserved two point win over Scoil Chaitriona (Glasnevin) in Ó Raghaillaigh GAA grounds in Drogheda this afternoon (Thursday 18 April, writes TOMMY CALLAGHAN.

Played on a surface hardly conducive to good hurling - extremely heavy with players finding it difficult to hold their feet - it was not surprisingly a low scoring game with the sides level at 0-3 each at the break.

It wasn’t looking good for Paul Dermody’s side’s at that stage coming out to face the strong wind in the second half but the Kildare boys showed great passion, great heart and great determination to hold off the Dublin side, mainly due to a goal from Liam O’Brien in the 37 minute.

Lots of stars, no more so that team captain and goalkeeper Paddy McKenna, along with Seán O’Rourke, Seán Christenseen; midfielders Tommy Cribbin and Andy Malone along with top scorer Liam O’Brien.

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Scoil Mhuire on the attack Scoil Mhuire Clane caused a sensational shock as they overturned South Leinster champions, Kilkenny school Ballyhale, in the Leinster Colleges semi – final in Nowlan Park last Wednesday. Although ‘North Leinster Champions’ Clane  were still not expected to compete with the high flying Ballyhale school who had qualified for the All Ireland Vocational Schools final the previous weekend.

However, from the throw in it was clear Scoil Mhuire Clane, managed by former Kilkenny, and now Kildare hurler Paul Dermody, had not read this script. Clane were on top in the opening ten minutes and scores from Sean Christanseen and Cathal Egan had them on top early on. However, some missed goal chances allowed Ballyhale back into the game. Clane continued to hurl with great spirit and determination but a well taken Ballyhale goal threatened to twart the Clane lads efforts. Almost immediately Clane responded with a goal from the high fielding full forward Ethan O’ Donoghue. This left the half time score 1-5 to 1-4 in favour of Scoil Mhuire Clane.

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Posted by on in Camogie News

b2ap3_thumbnail_wan3.pngThe 1st and 2nd year camogie girls had a fantastic victory over their arch rivals St Mary's Naas on Tuesday afternoon in Hawkfield. It was an excellent team performance all round, with the girls getting off to the perfect start when they rushed into a 4-2 to 2 points lead at half time. The girls hard work and determination shone through and they prevailed to win 7-5 to 3-3. The girls were delighted to watch their inspirational captain Katie Christanseen lift the cup after their bitter disappointment at loosing at the same stage to St Mary's last year. It is safe to say that the future of camogie in Scoil Mhuire is very bright.

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Scoil Mhuire Girls U14 Football Blitz held in Clane in February 2013.


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North Leinster Senior C Champion Team

There was great jubilation for the Senior Hurlers when they defeated Mercy Secondary, Kilbeggan in the North Leinster Senior Hurling C final replay in Cusack Park, Mullingar last month.

Despite an early lead from Kilbeggan, goals from Ethan O Donohue and Simon Healy kept Clane in the game from an early stage. It could have gone either way until the very end when a flurry of late Clane points sealed the deal leaving the result Clane 2:13  Kilbeggan 1:12. Manager Paul Dermody was thrilled with all the lads performances and looks forward another testing game in the Leinster Semi final against either New Ross or Ballyhale.

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