Intermediate Camogie Munster final


Intermediate Camogie Munster final:

St Annes 2-10, St Josephs of Borrisaleigh 0-4.

St Annes and St Josephs played on Saturday the 16th of January in grim conditions in St Annes Community College pitch. Both teams put in a honourable effort on the day but St Annes thrived and came out on top.

Throw in was at 1pm on the cold, dark day. St Joseph’s got off to a flying start scoring the first point of the game. It was then followed by a point from the St Annes side. St Annes then scored a second point from a great pass from Susan Daly to Aoife Power. Two more points then followed by Aoife O’Grady and Aoife Power. St Joseph’s then came back with two points making the half time score St Annes 0-4 to St Josephs 0-3.

St Josephs came out and scored the first point of the second half. Five minutes into the second half St Anne’s Sinead O’Leary  scored a fantastic goal. Within two minutes Aoife O’Grady from St Annes scored a second goal, making the score 2-4 to 0-3. The last six points of the game were by Lynda Daly and Aoife Power. Leaving the final score 2-10 to 0-4 to the well deserved winners and new Intermediate Munster Champions, St Anne’s.

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LCVP’s Recipe for Success

Friday saw the LCVP classes travel to Annacotty to Recipe for Success as part of the LCVP course. Students were taken on a journey in business terms of how this business began and grew. Each aspect of the business was explained to the students in a very interactive and practical way. The students were fully engaged in presentation ensuring their understanding of how a business operates, the challenges it faces and the experiences of those involved. After the business talk, students were given a cookery demonstration and more importantly given an opportunity to taste the recipe.

Students were broken up into groups in order to discuss a topic presented to them. Each group had to brainstorm and come up with conclusions on how best to solve the questions given. The students were guided through an LCVP SWOT activity before groups transferred their ideas onto flip boards and presented their ideas to the other groups.

All students had a very enjoyable and education trip and thank you to all at Recipe4Success.

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St. Anne’s Munster Intermediate School Champions


Congratulations to St. Anne’s who won the Munster Intermediate School’s Camogie Championship on Saturday. The girls battled the weather and a strong opposition in St. Josephs of Borrisoleigh to come out on top. A full report is to follow.

Thank you to all who came out to support and lend a hand.

Congratulations to all the girls and their coaches Ms. Minogue and Ms. Moloney on a great victory.

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A great win for the U15 Boys Rugby Team


Huge congrats to the U15 boys rugby team who won their first round match in this years Cleary cup.

The U15 team took on Killmallock in their first league game of the season on Friday. Both teams were equally matched and it was expected to be a tough game for St. Anne’s. Joseph McEvoy captained the team and lead by example scoring a brilliant try after consistent attacking by St. Anne’s. Joseph converted his own try. Killmallock were back on the attack moments later with a few great breaks from their full back. The teams had to both work hard to make aany ground. Great individual effort by Dylan McMahon saw St. Anne’s go over for their second try. Killmallock however piled on the pressure with the half time whistle looming but St. Anne’s held strong to deny them the score. Half time score 12-0 to St. Anne’s.


The pace of the game never wavered as both sides continued to attack each others try line. Joseph McEvoy broke through the defence to score under the posts with Conor Power securing the conversion. McEvoy went on to score a total of 5 tries leading his side to a comprehensive 36-5 victory.


Well done to all the players and their coaches Ciaran Sheedy, Felim Tuite, Jack Lynch and Marc Loughran. Well done to Cian O’Donnell lines man for the game.

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Transition Year students from TY3 group are participating in a Young Social Innovators (YSI) action plan. The topic the TY3’s have chosen is to raise awareness about positive mental health. Due to the popularity of social media among teenagers, they will be using this media to promote their message.

Each week, the TY’s will have a quote for the week which will be posted on the school website but also tweeted on the school twitter account @stannescck. Their message will also be on their Instagram account #time2talk_ysi.



Career Information Evening

Parent-InfoThere will be a Careers Information Evening on Monday 18th January at 7pm in St. Anne’s. This night is mainly for the Leaving Certificate Parents but parents of 4th Year students are also welcome.

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St. Anne's Community College
Co. Clare

Phone: (061) 376 257
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