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Sports for all Day

The pupils of Scoil Oilibhéir skipped to school today with even more than their usual enthusiasm……. a day of fun and games lay instore. The younger pupils made their way to the playground in Kempton Park while the senior pupils headed off to The Glen. The little ones also had a bouncy castle….what more could […]

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City Sports

Summer is finally here and our athletes are ready and set to go in the City Sports tomorrow June 1st. The children have trained every day over the past few weeks and are really looking forward to representing Scoil Oilibhéir tomorrow. We wish the boys and girls good luck as they take to the track […]

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Hurling Final

Today was a day to remember here in Scoil Oilibhéir as our fantastic hurlers made their way to Páirc Uí Rinn to play Carrigtwohill in the Sciath na Scol Final. Seven bus loads of supporters, all decked out in the school colours, were in fine voice as they followed the team to Páirc Uí Rinn. […]

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Sciath na Scol Final

We are all looking forward to a very exciting day on Thursday next when our boys will don the blue jersey and head to Páirc Uí Rinn to take on  St. Mary’s Carrigtwohill  in the Sciath na Scol hurling final. St. Mary’s will be strong opposition but our boys have trained hard and we know […]

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Sciath na Scol Hurling

Sciath na Scol Hurling Season- The boys in the school hurling team have been training hard since their season began before Easter. They started their Sciath na Scol campaign against Rushbrooke with a comfortable win. They then took on a fancied Cloghroe team, narrowly losing out. They showed typical Scoil Oilibhéir spirit by bouncing back […]

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Well Done Girls!

Some of our senior pupils who play camogie for the Glen won the U11 Seandún Final on Sunday. The team, captained by Kate Morgan, defeated Douglas in the final . The other team members from Scoil Oilibhéir  were Jodie O Leary, Odhrna Hurley, Sarah Murphy, Megan Creber , Jade Noonan and Juliet Horgan.  Comhgháirdeachas a […]

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Sporting Past Pupils

We always love to hear of the achievements of our past pupils in Scoil Oilibhéir. Some of our sporty past pupils have been very busy of late. Craig Hanafin was on the victorious Sciath na Scol Roinn A team of 2009. After he left Scoil Oilibhéir, he continued to develop his skills with his club Na […]

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Karate Exhibition

Many of our children learn Karate after school in Halla Oilibhéir. They are lucky to have the opportunity to study the discipline with Mr. Liam Griffin. Today these students put on a display for their school mates and what a treat it was to see these boys and girls show off their skills. We were […]

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City Sports Success

The day of the City Sports is always eagerly awaited by the athletes in Scoil Oilibheir. We have a long tradition of success and our athletic boys and girls have been taking part in this wonderful event for thirty four years! Yesterday our athletes took to the track in miserable conditions but they were not […]

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Indoor Camogie

Congratulations to the fourth class camogie team, who took part in the County Finals of the Premier section of the Indoor Camogie Competition in Na Piarsaigh GAA club this morning.  Although we did not come away as champions, the girls gave two fantastic performances and represented the school very well.  Maith sibh, a chailíní! We have no […]

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