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First Year Parent /Teacher Meeting Monday 28th January 4.30pm-6.45pm. Classes end @3.45pm. Study 4pm-6pm. Information Night for First Year 2019-20 Monday 11thFebruary@7.30pm in the school’s GP Room. First Year Assessment Day Saturday 9th March 9:15am-12:45pm. ............................................................. Top Oil South Leinster Senior Hurling Final Ferns COE, Tuesday January 15, 2019 Wexford CBS……………………………….1-20 Grennan College (Thomastown)…..2-16   ................... Thomastown rattled the net in the 60th minute to level the score at 1-19 to 2-16 and it appeared that extra time was on the way. However, Michael Laffan gathered possession from the puck out, burst past his man and split the posts to steal the title for the Bokerboys. It looked anything but healthy for CBS when they trailed by 0-13 to 0-7 coming up to half-time but Jason Gordon’s free went all the way to the net in the 28th minute resulting in a three point deficit at the break – which was doable considering CBS would have the wind at their backs in the new half. A strangely subdued CBS struggled to hit form in the opening half as Thomastown held the upper hand. Points from Michael Laffan (f), Glen Murphy-Butler, Richie Lawlor (2) and Jason Gordon had the score at 0-8 to 0-5 in favour of the Kilkenny students after 15 minutes. Turning around just 0-3 behind, CBS bossed the second half and took the lead after 40 minutes as Laffan, Jason Gordon (2), Eoin Kavanagh and Josh Shiel (f) left the Bokerboysahead by 1-12 to 0-14. The final quarter could be renamed the Michael Laffan show as he guided his team over the line scoring six of CBS’s next seven points. CBS had slowly and strenuously built up a nice 1-19 to 0-16 lead heading into the final minutes and also saw a penalty saved. However, two late goals (one from a quick free) left CBS reeling but Laffan kept his head and skilfully put the ball over the bar to claim the title. CBS had heroes all over the pitch. Chris Ryan was solid in goal while Joe Barrett, Ben Hynes and Conor Graydon along with the outstanding Kyle Scallan performed well in defence. Richie Lawlor, Jason Gordon, Eoin Kavanagh and Josh Shiel worked very hard up front while Michael Laffan lit up Ferns in the second half with his outstanding performance. Wexford CBS: Chris Ryan; Ben Hynes, Josh McMahon, Conor Graydon; Darragh Carley, Kyle Scallan, Joe Barrett; Jason Gordon (1-3, 1-0 free), Emmett Nolan; Michael Laffan (0-9, 4f, 1’65), Richard Lawlor (Capt. 0-2), Paul Leonard (0-1); Eoin Kavanagh (0-2), Josh Shiel(0-2, 1f), Glen Murphy-Butler (0-1). Subs: Sean Byrne for Nolan, Ollie McMahon for Leonard, Aaron Clancy, David McDonnell, Chris Flood, Josh Carley, Oisin Waters. Ref: James Owens   CHRISTMAS NEWSLETTER 2018 ................................................................................................................................................................ School Calendar 2018 2019 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Subject Inspection (Science and Physics) ................................................................................................................................................................ Supporting our Students Letter. ............................................................................................................................................................... Leaving Certificate Timetable 2019  

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