Mrs Devlin hails St Colm's girls on winning All-Ireland

St Colm's Draperstown coach Fiona Devlin described her team as 'just immense' after ending an 11 year gap to secure the school's second All-Ireland camogie title on Saturday. She also paid tribute to the Principal, Roisin McKenna, both the school and local community who got behind the team in their quest for glory. St Colm's trailed by 1-3 to 0-0 after 21 minutes. Devlin points to the strong breeze and nerves being a factor. “We finished the half extremely strong, we could've been level or even ahead so we knew the only team that is going to beat us today is ourselves. That's how confident we were,” Devlin said. It took time for them to swing the game in their favour and on a day when they

All Ireland Camogie Final

Doyle goal puts dominant St Colm's on road to glory St Colm's Draperstown.......1-7 St Cuan's Ballinasloe............1-5 After an absence of 11 years, St Colm's Draperstown were again crowned All-Ireland champions after their barnstorming comeback against St Cuan's Ballinasloe at Breffni Park on Saturday afternoon. It bridges the gap since Fiona Devlin led the school to the 2009 senior title, on a day when her husband led Tyrone U20s – including their son Eunan - to Ulster glory. St Colm's had to do it the hard way. They didn't register a score for the opening 21 minutes after trailing 1-3 to 0-0 against a stiff breeze. It was a win build on a strong defensive performance, with Shannon Scul

All Ireland Final

St. Colm's wishes Mrs Devlin, Dermot Kelly and the Junior Camogie Team every success tomorrow in the All Ireland Final! St. Colm's v St. Cuan's of Castleblakeney 12pm @ Breffni Park Cavan Saturday 7th March

Sentinus Microbit Workshop

Year 8 pupils enjoyed a fantastic day at the Sentinus Microbit Workshop. The workshop provided pupils with the opportunity to program Microbits to sense light levels, play music, talk and creating animations.

K Scroll Ltd

Dermot Kelly from K Scroll Ltd, presents St. Colm’s Junior Camogie team, coach Mrs F Devlin and Principal Mrs R Mc Kenna with a new set of jerseys together with training gear for their All Ireland final. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!

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