Well done to Mr. Eoghlan Clancy. Eoghlan is a recipient of an All-Ireland Scholarship funded by Mr. JP McManus and administered by the Department of Education and Skills. Eoghlan received this prestigious scholarship based on his excellent performance in his Leaving Cert in 2018. The scholarships apply for the prescribed duration of the undergraduate programmes chosen and the annual value of the scholarship is €6,750 for the academic year. He is now studying Mathematical Sciences in University College Cork (UCC).
6th Year student Stephen Bradley competed in the IWAS Youth World Games last year in Portugal. Following a very successful games Stephen has just gotten confirmation he has set not one, but two Irish Records in Paralympic Athletics! One in the 800m and the second in the 1500m. A man of many talents. Well done Stephen, we are extremely proud of you here in De La Salle.
Transition year student Tom Downey participated in trials for the Irish Science Olympiad team in November in Dublin City University. Tom was invited to take part in the trials because of his exceptional Maths and Science Junior Certificate results. Well done Tom.
Follwoing last years success De La Salle College participated in the Cork and Kerry Business Teachers’ Association Junior Cert in Killarney in November 2018. Mr Fleming and Mr Ryan where extremely proud when one of our three teams finished in second place. Pictured right, the team included Joseph Murphy, Tadhg O’Keeffe, Dylan O’ Riordan and Conor Relihan.
Well done second year student Patrick Kerry for winning the Department of Education’s ‘Decade of Centenaries’ competition. Patrick, a former student of Drom Primary School, received the award for his outstanding account of his grand-uncles experiences during World War 11 in May 2018.
Fifth year student Stephen Bradley has made all of De La Salle College extremely proud by becoming Macroom’s Senior Sportsperson of the year in May, 2018. This has been a particularly rewarding year for Stephen as in January he won a West Cork Garda Youth Achievement Award. This award followed on from his exceptional performance at the IWAS games in Portugal in December. He achieved a number of personal best times and also set a new Irish record for the 800 metres.
Transition year student Colm O’Riordan participated in trials for the Irish Science Olympiad team in November in Dublin City University. Colm was invited to take part in the trials because of his exceptional Maths and Science Junior Certificate results. Well done Colm.
For the first time De La Salle College participated in the Cork and Kerry Business Teachers’ Association Junior Cert in Killarney in November 2017. There was much delight and celebrations when our two teams finished in first and fourth place. Congratulations boys everyone in the school is very proud of ye.
Former Leaving Certificate student Brendan Kelleher has been awarded an Entrance and a Keliher scholarship to University College Cork. The scholarship was awarded on the basis of Brendan’s outstanding Leaving Certificate results in 2017. Well done Brendan from all at De La Salle College.