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News February 2013

Amber - Champion of Munster
Recently crowned champion of Clare, Amber Nolan, went on to capture the Munster under 11 schools handball title in the finals played in Tralee on Sunday 3rd February. In the final Amber defeated the Limerick champion 11 - 6, 11 - 4 to take the title. Amber now goes on to represent her school, her county and her province in the All-Ireland series to be played in Cavan in March. Congratulations again Amber.

Luke wins two Munster badminton finals
Luke Sugrue from 5th class was victorious in the under 11 Munster badminton finals in both the boys doubles and mixed doubles on sunday 3rd February. In both finals Luke defeated Cork opposition to record fine wins. Unfortunately luke's strong performances were not replicated by other Clare team members and thus Clare will not advance in the competition. Fair play to Luke though, he could not have done better.

Schools Cross Country
Preparations are underway for the annual schools cross country championships which will be held in Lee's Road complex in Ennis in March. There are competitions at under 8, under 11 and over 11 for both boys and girls. It is also an opportunity to get all our pupils, be they compeditive athletes or not, out exercising on a regular basis.

Welcome back Ms. Holland
Ms. Holland has returned to school after her recent maternity leave which saw the birth of her daughter Ciara. In recent months her classes have been taught by Ms. McMahon and all at school wish to thank her for all her hard work with 2nd, 3rd and 4th class.

RK Sports - this time with music added
RK Sports have been in the school again this term bringing a wide variety of sporting experiences to the children as well as a fitness testing programme. This year they have added music to their programme and have in all classes have been teaching the children tunes on a range of musical instruments. The music lessons have been free addition at no cost to the school.

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