Clare County Cross Country

Congratulations to all the students from St. Anne’s who competed today in the Clare County Cross Country competition. All athletes did extremely well with loads of medals coming back to the school.


Minor Girls: 2nd Place Sarah Lane

4th Place Molly Looney

Team finished 3rd overall: Sarah Lane, Molly Looney, Michelle Sage

Junior Boys: 1st Place Finn Looney

3rd Place Cathal McKeogh

Team finished 1st overall: Finn Looney, Cathal McKeogh, Joshua Johnson, Dylan McMahon

Inter Girls: Team finished 1st: Ellen Lane, Maeve Gilmartin, Katie Dunne, Emma Foley

Senior Boys: 2nd Place: Niall Moloney

Well done also to Jay Collins and Jack Lynch who ran great races.

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Success at St. Anne’s
Well done Aoife Daly on achieving a wonderful 11 As in her Junior Cert
Well done Aoife Daly on achieving a wonderful 11 As in her Junior Cert.  We are very proud of you.  As a school we are very proud of all our students and their excellent results.  Well done all.
All Ireland Schools Athletics Success

Congratulations to all who represented St. Anne’s Community College at the All Ireland Schools athletics competition recently. Joseph McEvoy, 2nd year, was 3rd in the Javelin with a throw of 38.53m and 4th in the discus with 35.15m. Dean Mulqueen, 2nd year, was 1st in the hurdles in a time of 11.62 seconds. Well done.

Munster Schools Tennis Success

Well done to Matthew Power, Conor Power, Joseph McEvoy and Thomas Bigot who won the Boys Munster U14 School Championship shield recently against a strong Tramore side.


Well done also to the U14 girls team, Emma Flynn, Roisin Houlihan, Leah O’Brien and Leia McEvoy who reached the final only to be beaten in a tie break.


Many thanks to Siobhan McEvoy for organising the team.

Cyberbullying Talk

On the 7th of May, four TY students along with three teachers attended LIT for the “Stop Cyberbullying” campaign. This campaign originates from America and Canada and this was its firs time coming to Europe. The presentation started with the introduction of guests such as the Canadian Ambassador to Ireland and Senator Tony Mulcahy. The day continued with speakers outlining the different types of cyberbullying. We were then split up and put into different workshops where we working on defining the differences between actual cyberbullying and just being rude or mean. We were then brought back and our ideas were discussed. To finish off our day, we had lunch during which a rick band played through “Wolves of youth” and some more speeches from Carol Todd who spoke about her daughters hardship within her daughters life. Overall it was an interesting and educational experience for both teachers and students. It was a definitely an eye opener for all.


Colin Hart

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Tennis Success

Well done to St. Anne’s Community College Boys U-14 tennis team who have reached the Munster schools shield final after beating CBC Cork last Friday . They will play Ardscoil na Mara, Tramore next Wednesday in Rushbrook Tennis Club, Cobh.

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Great fun was had today at St. Anne’s.  Well done to all our students and staff who ran, walked or perhaps crawled around sunny Killaloe this afternoon.  Some amazing fancy dress outfits were on display.  Thanks to all our wonderful sponsors in particular to the Lakeside Hotel and Leisure Centre.  Check back in tomorrow for more photos.

Tennis Success

The Under 14 Boys team played Glenstal Abbey School on the 23rd April in Killaloe Ballina Tennis Club.   In lovely sunshine St. Anne’s boys played some lovely tennis and came out winners.  The team consisted of Matthew Power (Capt), Conor Power, Joseph McEvoy and Thomas Bigot.  The team now progresses to the next round.  A big thank you to Siobhán Mc Evoy the team co-ordinator.

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