School will be closed tomorrow October 16th due to a Red Weather warning in place for Co. Wexford.
Top Oil South Leinster Schools Senior Hurling ‘C’ Championship
Friday October 13
CBS escaped from Bridgetown school grounds with two precious points but after a win they scarcely deserved having played second fiddle for the vast majority of the match.
Jason Gordon’s 61st minute goal sealed the victory and earned a home quarter-final for his team-mates. It was a very poor display from the Boker boys and they know it. Very few played up to standard as CBS struggle to match the intensity and drive of their opponents.
Had Bridgetown been more accurate, CBS would have been more than one point behind at the break (1-7 to 2-3). Jason Gordon also grabbed the first goal after his introduction in the 16th minute. Jack O’Leary scored the other after some hard work.
Every time Bridgetown threatened to pull away, CBS reeled them in with a goal as Richie Lawlor and Jack O’Leary found the net but it was Jason Gordon who had the final say as he got his teammates out of jail.
Wexford CBS: Francis Dempsey; Ben McMahon, Adam Dempsey, Ben Hynes; Conor Graydon, Cathal Kirwan, Paul Leonard; Kyle Scallan, Aaron Clancy; Richie Lawlor (1-0), Jack O’Leary (2-1), Philip Rawson (0-1); Shane Doyle, Adam Howlin (0-3, 2f), Michael Laffan.
Subs: Jason Gordon (2-0) for Kirwan inj., Eoin Kavanagh for Doyle, Kirwan for Laffan, also Sean Reck, Lee Hore and Dylan Jones.
Ref: Sean Whelan
No Uniform day tomorrow. €2 per student. Please support.
Well done to the juvenile footballers who defeated Pres De La Salle Bagnelstown 7-9 to 2-13 today.
Top Oil Leinster Schools Junior Hurling ‘B’ championship
The Rocks – Friday Sept 29, 2017
Enniscorthy CBS……..4-12 Wexford CBS……………0-12
Enniscorthy prevailed in the battle of the CBSs in the Leinster Schools Junior Hurling ‘B’ championship round two clash at the Rocks. The winners were far stronger and will be one of the favourites to win this title outright.
The Bokerboys were somewhat depleted through injury and club finals so this made life very difficult. Had CBS been at full tilt, this game would have been much more competitive.
However, the boys in purple and gold gave everything they had but were forced to submit to a slick and powerful Enniscorthy side.
The score was 3-10 to 0-7 at HT. Michael Laffan was the source of most of our scores from play (and one from a free) while Kyle Scallan was also accurate from long range frees.
Kyle Scallan was forced off through injury during the first half and this made a steep climb even steeper.
Next up for CBS is the last group match v Wicklow School in Arklow on Tuesday Oct 3. Victory there would secure a place in the quarter-final of the ‘B’ Championship – it’d be the first time CBS play in a knock out ‘B’ clash for over 20 years.
Wexford CBS:Josh Carley; David Kelly, Ben Hynes, Mark Doyle; Sean Byrne, Emmett Nolan (Capt.), Owen McNulty; Kyle Scallan (0-3 frees), Richie Lawlor 0-1); Eoin Kavanagh, Paul Leonard, Cillian Larkin (0-1); Adam Feery, Michael Laffan (0-7, 2f), Francis Dempsey.
Subs:Jake Doyle for Scallan inj., Kyle Turner for Feery, Alex Looney for Dempsey.
20th Sept 2017
TY3 braved the weather today to visit a local farm or their Ag Science Module. See photos attached.
The Parents’ Council would like to encourage parents to become involved with the Council and new members are welcome. The Parents’ Council AGM is scheduled for Tuesday 26 th September @ 7.30pm in R.12.