We hope you all enjoyed the summer holidays.
Reminder that St. Joseph’s BNS reopens on Tuesday Sept. 1st at 8:50am.
The senior hurling team showed skill and determination today to defeat Bishop Galvin in the Shield Final in Croke Park. The boys led throughout the game. The scores were close at half time but St. Joseph’s opened the second half with a goal and from that time on forged ahead to win comfortably in the end. The team, captained by Tom McV. and managed by Mr. O’Riain and Mr. Reale, scored three goals which were to prove vital.
It is always a great honour to play in Croke Park and to come home with a win is even better. It will the be last chance for the 6th class boys to represent the school but the boys in 5th class will have another opportunity to play there again next year.
More photos here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/stjudesgaa/sets/72157653899798430
Well done boys.
Photos below courtesy of Colin McKeeman
Well done to all our athletes and Mr. Ring who put in weeks of hard training and represented the school with honour in Santry this year . On Friday, in sprints our medalists were Ben (silver) and Joseph (gold). In relays the Under 12s (Kal, Geordan, Jonathan, Andrew and Theo) won bronze medals and the Under 14s (Daniel, Joseph, Ricardo, Josh and Harry) are the 2015 Section A champions after two blistering runs. For more photos and video clips click here.
Meanwhile, our congratulations go to past pupil Shola Edodo who recently won the Irish Schools 200m for Templeogue College. Well done to Richard Keogh (Templeogue) and Matthew McGetrick (Terenure College) who also reached the finals and were 5th and 6th respectively in the 800m. and shot putt.