October 11, 2019

World Mental Health Day

Thursday 10th October was World Mental Health Day. Students and staff actively participated in various activities throughout the day. Students had a lovely day discussing issues, singing, dancing, watching relevant YouTube clips, enjoying learning, being active and engaging with the Connect Café.














Irish Drama An Triail

D’fhreastal na daltaí ag déanamh Gaeilge ardleibhéal ón 5ú agus 6ú bliain ar dráma ‘An Triail’ i gCorcaigh inniú.
Déanann na daltaí staidéar ar ‘An Triail’ le linn an chúrsa Ardteistméireachta agus inniú chonaic siad an dráma beo ar an stáitse. Bhí lá iontach againn.

Our higher level 5th and 6th year Irish students attended the drama production of An Triail today in Cork. Students study the drama as part of their Leaving Certificate course and today they saw it live on stage . A great day was had by all.








First year boys basketball

Nenagh College First Year Boys showed great promise at the ETB Blitz in St. Ailbe’s on Tuesday 8th of October. In their first match, against Comeragh College, Dawid Purowski and Kian McDonald controlled the game well pushing the ball up the floor quickly in early offense. Nenagh then played the home side; Mark Griffin and Cian O’Sullivan performed well end-to end. Against, Coláiste Phobal Ros Cré B, Cian Carmody was the teams’s top scorer with Lauris Bagdon and Cullin O’Brien also contributing to the team’s points tally. Seamus Connolly, Jake Donelan Houlihan and Ryan Gratton rebounded strongly throughout. Jamie Ryan, Lewis Morrison and Lukasz Kudrewski worked hard defensively to contribute to the team’s win against Roscrea. The team is continuing their preparations for the 1st Year League which starts in the New Year.

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