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Battle of the bands
thanks to Danny Kenny
(Plunket) and Alan Kelly
SCC Table Quiz
Pearse College -Quizmasters
The Annual SCC Table EVENTS
Quiz for VTOS and PLC
BATTLE OF THE students took place in
Athletics Prelims and Finals
are being held on the one
BANDS Pearse College November Patrick Gurr - Col Dhulaigh
day this year in Morton
26, 2008. Stadium Santry, on Friday,
Every style on show, from There were 7 tables
accordion solos to death representing three centres, Bohemian Shield and
metal! Pathways, Parnell Shelbourne Cup finals in
Terenure on Wednesday,
Education Centre and
A packed Kylemore Pearse College.
College saw the The winners were Pearse
running of the SCC’s 4th Belgrove Cup Blitz for Senior
College. mens soccer in Terenure on
Talent Show and Band Thanks to all of the Wednesday, April 29.
Competition. We were teachers and students for
entertained by 23 acts,
A Pruteanue -Dominick Youthreach
participating in an Junior Bouldering
from 7 CDVEC centres, by enjoyable evening. Our rescheduled for Colaiste Eoin
every style on show, from thanks also to on Wednesday, March 25.
accordion solos to death colleagues from Pearse
metal. College, Sarah Timmins,
Boxing Finals in the National
Stadium on the evening of
quizmaster and Antoine Ó Wednesday, March 25.
The standard was so high Riain, score keeper.
that judge Danny Kenny
had no option but to award Exhibition in Colaiste Eanna
multiple first prizes. Cabra, on April 29.
The winners were Camille Megan Whyte -Larkin Poetry and Short Story
Christophe (Kylemore), presentations in the Teachers'
David Core Hughes, Club , Parnell Square on
(Larkin) and Megan Whyte Thursday, April 30.
Rounders moved to
Wednesday, May 6 in
Close by in second place Whitehall Grounds.
was Patrick Gurr (Colaiste
Dhulaigh) and Adrian Pitch and Putt on
Pruteanu (Dominic Street Wednesday, May 13 .
NEW Senior Girls Gaelic
The third prizewinners Blitz in Terenure on
were Larkin's Clara Wednesday, April 22. Contact
Sabena Power, Crumlin
Hilliard, Ashleigh Mullen,
College for more information.
Jane Nevin and Keji Junior Girls Gaelic Blitz also on
Otemolu who sang Wednesday April 22nd. in
'Issues'. Well done to all Whitehall.
the performers and special
Winner!! Camille Christophe - Kylemore
Colaiste Ide dominated the Senior The SCC Senior Final was held
events. In the mainstream girls as a blitz in the Studio of St.
competitions, Larkin CC Kevin's College on December 11,
dominated by winning the three 2008.
events. It was a disappointment
not to have a junior final, after a Students from Whitehall College,
no-show from Presentation, Rathmines College, Pearse
Terenure. College, Pathways and St.
Kevin's College aired the whole
The Minor final was well gamut of topics that impinge on
contested, while the Inter final our lives in 2008. Winners!! Col Ide Senior Girls
was won well by the Larkin girls. Barak Obama, Islam,
On the boys side, Plunket won Multiculturalism and the Internet
the Inter crown, while Kylemore were all brought to life by
scooped two victories. In the students from Rathmines &
Minor final they stopped a three Whitehall.
year Larkin streak winning in Dreams and a new life either after
beating Plunket, and their Junior's prison or with another chance in
beat Larkin in the tightest game education or indeed, in a new
of the day. home became the often poignant
Winners!! Whitehall Inter Boys
Winners!! Larkin minor girls
Frank Locke, Pearse
Inchicore and Coláiste Íde kindly
offered their halls for the but powerful personal
preliminary matches and both presentation of students from
venues proved to be excellent. Pearse & Pathways and St.
For the finals, the National Under 25 winners
Basketball Arena in Tallaght was 1.Jade Costello (St. Kev’s)-
again used. In a change from last Winner Liam Arundel trophy
year there were only two courts in 2. Edel Nic Caba (St. Kev’s)
play, which forced us into an 3. Juanita Muldowney (St. Kev's)
earlier start. & Andy Hynes (St. Kev's)
Mary Whelan refereed
preliminary matches in Inchicore Over 25’s
and Pat Maher covered Coláiste 1. Tiarnan Lee (St Kev’s)
Íde. Thanks to all involved. Winner of Jonathan Philbin Cup Tiarnan Lee, St Kevin’s, winner of the Jonathan Philbin Cup for Public Speaking
Damien Fee (principal) presenting Tiarnan Lee with the Johnathan Philbin Bowman Cup
2. Frank Locke (Pearse)
3. Deirdre Creasy (Whitehall) &
John Keyes (St Kev’s)
National Basketball Arena,
Tallaght, 4th February 2009 NELSON
Senior Boys Final
(39) Coláiste Íde V Crumlin CFE (29)
Senior Girls Final The Nelson Mandela Cup for the
(32) Coláiste Íde V Inchicore (20) CDVEC inter colleges Senior
Intermediate Boys Final Public Speaking
(20) Plunket Col V Col Dhúlaigh (16) competition for International
Intermediate Girls Final Students was held in the
(40) Larkin CC V Coláiste Éanna (4) Teachers' Club on March 4.
Junior Boys Final Public Speaking in St Kevin’s College in December
(8) Kylemore Col V Larkin CC (6) spoke on the topic: The Culture of
(After Extra time) Results as follows:
Junior Girls Final First Mahalia Masuka (South
Larkin CC V Pres., Terenure (Larkin Africa) and from Marino College Contributers
win by walkover) who spoke on Integration into
Minor Boys Final Irish Society. Chairperson: Brigid Coleman Public Speaking -C. Lynch
(22) Kylemore Coll V Plunket Coll (10) Second Silviu-George Dadu Vice Chairperson: Eithne Davey Talent/Bands -G.Flanagan
Minor Girls Final
(Romania) of Plunket College Hon Treasurer: Eamon McGinley Basketball -R.Barrett
(10) Larkin CC V Marino (7)
Happy St Patrick’s Day!
who spoke about Communism. Hon Sec: James O Dea Table Quiz-E.O’Riordan
Third Malwina Tretowska
(Poland) from Crumlin CFE who