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Coláiste Oiriall CLG Presentations. Coláiste Oiriall held a celebration function in the Westenra Hotel at which the two teams from the college were presented with their medals. The recipients were the U14 Boys team, which won the Ennis Cup Ulster Championship, an chéad trofaí Uladh ariamh bainte ag Coláiste Oiriall I bpeil na mbuachaillí, and the U16 girls team, which won the Ulster Championship and were All-Ireland finalists. The special guest to present the medals was Dublin’s Ciaran Kilkenny and Bean an Tí for the occasion was Gráinne McElwain. Teachers, parents, students, Monaghan GAA star player, Dessie Moen and CEO of CMETB, John Kearney were in attendance and enjoyed the night of celebration. The Coláiste Príomhoide, Brendan Ó Dufaigh, addressed the gathering and spoke of the great excitement the successes brought to the school and extolled the benefits to mind and body of playing sport and the importance the school puts on sport engagement. The presentations to the Boys was first and each player was called forward to receive his medal from Ciaran Kilkenny. Gráinne then interviewed the joint captains, Jeaic Ó Cearúlláin agus Cillian Ó Haicéad, and also the team mentor, Cathal Mac Tiarnáin. The U16 girls were then called to the stage and they were also presented with their medals by Ciaran. Captain, Bríd Nic an Fhaillí, and team mentors, Niamh Nig Uidhír agus Máire Nic Thaidhg, were interviewed by Gráinne. Ciaran Kilkenny then spoke to the attendance and congratulated the teams on their achievements. He also highlighted the importance of sport in youth development and stated that standards and principles acquired through sport were very important is other aspects of living and helped with all round development. He also pointed out that everyone can continue to improve no matter how good you might think you are and that improvement should always be the aim. After the formalities all enjoyed a celebration meal followed by a short Youth Disco. Our congratulations to all involved.
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Coláiste Oiriall CLG Presentations. Coláiste Oiriall held a celebration function in the Westenra Hotel at which the two teams from the college were presented with their medals. The recipients were the U14 Boys team, which won the Ennis Cup Ulster Championship, an chéad trofaí Uladh ariamh bainte ag Coláiste Oiriall I bpeil na mbuachaillí, and the U16 girls team, which won the Ulster Championship and were All-Ireland finalists. The special guest to present the medals was Dublin’s Ciaran Kilkenny and Bean an Tí for the occasion was Gráinne McElwain. Teachers, parents, students, Monaghan GAA star player, Dessie Moen and CEO of CMETB, John Kearney were in attendance and enjoyed the night of celebration. The Coláiste Príomhoide, Brendan Ó Dufaigh, addressed the gathering and spoke of the great excitement the successes brought to the school and extolled the benefits to mind and body of playing sport and the importance the school puts on sport engagement. The presentations to the Boys was first and each player was called forward to receive his medal from Ciaran Kilkenny. Gráinne then interviewed the joint captains, Jeaic Ó Cearúlláin agus Cillian Ó Haicéad, and also the team mentor, Cathal Mac Tiarnáin. The U16 girls were then called to the stage and they were also presented with their medals by Ciaran. Captain, Bríd Nic an Fhaillí, and team mentors, Niamh Nig Uidhír agus Máire Nic Thaidhg, were interviewed by Gráinne. Ciaran Kilkenny then spoke to the attendance and congratulated the teams on their achievements. He also highlighted the importance of sport in youth development and stated that standards and principles acquired through sport were very important is other aspects of living and helped with all round development. He also pointed out that everyone can continue to improve no matter how good you might think you are and that improvement should always be the aim. After the formalities all enjoyed a celebration meal followed by a short Youth Disco. Our congratulations to all involved.