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TY Legal Team Have no Objections to New York Trial Date

National Mock Trials

National Mock Trials 2017 photo album

Congratulations to the CCS TY National Mock Trial Team who won all three of their cases in the Criminal Courts of Justice, Dublin on Saturday 8th April 2017. As one of the top four teams in the country, the CCS team now proceeds to the Semi-Finals on Saturday 6th May. But that's not all! The final four teams in the competition are invited to represent Ireland in the US Mock Trial Competition in New York in October!! Well done to everyone! The 18-member team consists of Adam Mullins, Aidan Doherty, Aimee Donaghey, Aisling McCarron, Ben Nelson, Bridget Doherty, Chantelle McLaughlin, Ciara McGonagle, Daniel McCormick, Danielle Houghton, Ellen Keyes, Ellen Simmons, Evan McLaughlin, Jordan Doherty, Kate Hunter, Nathan Crumlish, Rori Doherty & Shaun Hirrell. A HUGE thank you to Mr Dónal McGuinness BL for all his guidance and support. We are very grateful. Thanks also to Garda Sean McLaughlin for lending us Garda props and to Mr Dessie Doherty for lending us his lucky bell!

Camera Club - March Winner - April Theme ("Animals")

Malin March Entry 2017The winner for March is Daríona Gillen from 1D with her photo "Málainn". Congratulations! Our next theme is ANIMALS (including birds, pets, fish, insects, lambs...). Please send in your entries, along with your name and a title for the photo, by Saturday, 6th May to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or call in to 306A. Prize for the best photo.

U16 Rugby - Second Half Masterclass Secures County Title

U16 Rugby CCS 2017

U16 Rugby - Donegal Champions photos

CCS U16s played St. Columba's, Stranorlar for the County Title on Wednesday, 5th April 2017 at Letterkenny Rugby Club. St. Columba's kicked off and the CCS forwards caught and drove forward by securing rucks and strong carries. CCS were camped in the opposition's 22 for the first 15 minutes before a knock-on was kicked downfield by St. Columba's. A penalty was conceded by the Carn men for not releasing at the breakdown. Posts were called and points taken. CCS were infringing at the breakdown again inside their own half and the Stranorlar side took advantage of the position and scored, making it 6 - 0 on 25 minutes.

CCS composed themselves and from the restart made great territory. The forwards flashed the ball out to the backs for centre Dylan Doherty to cross the whitewash for the first try. Conversion missed, 6 – 5. With 5 minutes to go in the first half, CCS conceded yet another penalty and the half ended 9 - 5 to St. Columba's.

In the second half, CCS had the wind at their backs and dominated possession through great work by the forwards and back line. Tries scored by Stephen Kelly, Michael Harkin and finally PJ Callaghan under the post saw the CCS lads winning 26 – 9, with Mark Scott converting three of the scores.

Stephen Kelly was presented with the Donegal U16s trophy by Gerard Doherty and celebrations began; a well-deserved result for the commitment shown by all the players throughout the year.

U16s Squad: 1) Paddy Monagle TYC, 2) Eoin Doherty 5G, 3) Finin Mac Lochlainn 5E, 4) Michael Harkin TYD, 5) James Kelly 2B, 6) PJ Callaghan 5C, 7) Patrick O'Leary 5G, 8) Stephen Kelly 3B, 9) Connor Quigley 5D, 10) Mark Scott 3B, 11) Tony Keyes 3G, 12) Dylan Doherty 5F, 13) Odhran Cavanagh 3B, 14) William John Callaghan 5D, 15) Ultan Doherty 5G, 16) Sean Carroll 3D, 17) Ethan Harkin TYB, 18) Darragh McCormick TYC, 19) Paddy Doherty 5A, 20) Christopher Gill 5F, 21) Caolán Whoriskey 3D and 22) Christopher McDaid 3B.

TYs Fly the Flag on St. Patrick's Day

St Patrick's Day Parade 2017

St. Patrick's Day Parade (Transition Year) photo album

What a way to spend St. Patrick's Day. Over 50 TYs travelled to Dublin in the early hours of Friday 17th March to participate in the annual parade in Dublin. The students displayed many talents on the journey down - face painting, eyebrow shaping, eyebrow painting, cheek enhancing, eyelash tinting, lip enhancing, eyeliner flicks and costume change - and that was just the boys. Thankfully the weather held out and the students did CCS proud.