Congratulations to our first year boys who won the FAI Connacht Final in Newbridge against St. Joseph’s Secondary School Foxford.
The game finished on a score-line of 1-0 and the Seamount boys became first year soccer FAI Connacht champions for the first time in the history of the school.
Seamount progress to the All-Ireland Semi-Final on Tuesday the 21st of April where they will play the winners of the Ulster final . Congratulations to all involved and to their trainer Ms. Creaven on a great victory.
TY Mini Company news
Congratulations to the TY minicompany “Cuimhní na hÉireann” who won 1ST PRIZE at the Galway Local Enterprise Office Student Enterprise Awards. The competition was held in the Ardilaun Hotel Galway with over 20 mini businesses from around the county competiting.
The students from Cuimhní na hÉireann won top prize of €250 and now progress to the National Finals in Croke Park conference centre on April 22nd.Well done to all involved and their teacher Ms Feehily
All Ireland colleges Junior B camogie Final
Full-time score in the All-Ireland Camogie Colleges Junior B final:
Our junior ladies came up against an exceptionally strong team and although Seamount fought right until the end it wasn’t to be.
It’s important to remember that this very talented group of young girls have succeeded in reaching the All-Ireland final; an incredible achievement in itself. We are SO proud of you and know that your families, friends and members of the wider community will join us is commending you on your fantastic achievements to date.
All Ireland colleges Senior A camogie Final
Well done to Seamount College senior camogie team who were victorious over St Flannans College in the All Ireland final on Saturday 7th March
Connaught Cross Country Championships
Congratulations to the Seamount cross country athletes who competed wholeheartedly in the Connaught Cross Country Championships on Tuesday. It was a very successful day in cold, windy and very muddy conditions.
The Minor Boys team came an excellent second in their team race. Donal Mulligan (7th) Joseph Maddison (12th), Cathal Walshe (21st ), Eoghan Hanley (22nd ), Joey Droney (30th), Dean Ivers (36th), Tom Brennan (43rd) and Michael McArdle (66th). This was a race over 2000m, which 94 athletes competed in underlining the strength in depth of the Seamount team.
Ruairí Mac Sweeney came a superb 4th in the Junior boys race over 3000m narrowly missing out on a place on the podium.
Odhran Keane finished very quickly to achieve 10th in the Intermediate boys race over 4500m. This is the 3rd year that Odhran has qualified for the All-Ireland Schools Cross Country.
Tara Kealy ran strongly to finish 35th in a very competitive minor girls race over 1500m.
Over 550 athletes qualified to compete in the 8 Connaught cross country races in Sligo which comprised 4 boys and girls races for the minor, junior, intermediate and senior age groups. The first 15 in each race along with the first 3 teams qualify to compete in the All-Ireland Cross Country. This illustrates the competitive nature of the races and the magnitude of the athletes’ achievement in qualifying for the All-Ireland in Clongowes Wood College, Kildare on the 7th of March. Thanks to Máistir Ó Conghaile for training the team.
The collection of clothes etc on for the Seamount College’s “Vintage Fashion Extravaganza evening” has begun.
The event will take place in April but clothes are being collected **every Wednesday at the back of Londis from 3-5pm**.
The aim of this fundraising evening, organised by the Parents Council, is to raise funds for sports facilities. All support is greatly appreciated.
Parents can now pay school fees using ways to pay . For more information click here.
Please go to parents council page for news of their upcoming events
Please visit the Community page for details of our night classes for adults.