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Senior Rugby - Boys v Men!

CCS RugbyThe boys’ senior rugby team kicked off their season on Wednesday, 29th November, when Mr. McNally retreated from teaching to take the team to Rainey. A young PJ Callaghan was told he was going to the hill and Stephen Kelly was handed a Mars Dar Duo to force them both to play. It was too tempting an offer for Kelly to turn down. The team felt defeated from the beginning when team hero Christopher Gill couldn’t go due to international duty against New Zealand; good luck Christopher!! From the whistle, team captain Finin MacLochlainn, an all-around phenomenal person on and off the pitch, dump-tackled the other captain off the field. The CCS lads piled on the pressure until a mistake caused the Rainey boys to score under the posts. Birthday boy Connor Bambrick retaliated with a compelling run down the wing to score. Runs from Stephen Kelly, PJ Callaghan and Michael Harkin constantly forced the Rainey defence back. Poetry in motion occurred when Stephen got the ball, steamrolled an unsuspecting Rainey prop and offloaded to Finín, who performed a perfectly timed one handed passed to Eoin Hela, who reminded the crowd of a young Michael Flatley, spinning like there was no tomorrow.

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Weekly Maths Puzzle - Puzzle 6 (Sponsored by Banba!)

BanbaHave a go at the following puzzle to win yourself a voucher for a hot chocolate and a tray bake in the delicious Café Banba!! Answers (including name and class) to be posted in the answer box at the Coffee Dock.

MathsPuzzleWeek6

U15 Boys Soccer - CCS 3-0 MCC

U15 Boys Soccer

It was a solid performance from the boys, who took the lead through Cian Burke after some good work from Shane McCaul, Gareth Bradley and Josh Diver. Despite MCC creating a few chances of their own and applying pressure in stages, the defence stood firm and Jack Nelson made sure nothing was getting past him in goals. The second half continued much the same, with Carn looking dangerous in attack and the defence seeing out any danger that came their way. CCS added another two goals from Gareth Bradley (wondergoal!) and a tidy finish from Rían Diver to secure the 3 points.

Careers Day (Organised by 5B LCVP)

LCVP Careers Day

LCVP Careers Day photo album

Class 5B LCVP organised a Careers Talk Day in the Aras. The day proved to be extremely productive and informative. The invited guests from all different backgrounds gave the students an insight into their world. The feedback from both the students and the guests was extremely positive. A special thanks to all who took the time out of their busy schedule to join us on the day:

Tara Shortt: General Manager, Special Delivery Unit, HSE  |  Sarah Mc Laughlin : Art Therapists  |  Anna Quigley: Vet  |  Shaun Mc Laughlin : Guard  |  Kathy Donaghy : Journalist  |  Seamus Kelly : Doctor  |  James Ball: Oyster Farmer  |  Jennifer Coffey: Accounting Manager  |  Michael : Pharmacist  |  Dermott O Brien: Sports Administrator/Sports Coach  |  Pauric Bonner: Branch Manager AIB  |  Brian Vaughan : BIM ( Fishing)  |  Eddie Doherty/John Doherty: Fire Brigade  |  Tony Boyce: Personal trainer and Vol. Irish Coast Guard  |  Mark Carlin; Architect  |  John Mc Cay: Architect  |  Maria Stevens: Kinesiology  |  Brendan Boyle: Retired Secondary School Teacher  |  Stephen Sheridan; Careers Support Officer NWRC  |  Feargall Taitt EMT

5th Year Home Ec. Students Visit “Recipe 4 Success”

5th Year Home Ec Trip

Fifth Year Home Ec. Trip photo album  |  Home Ec. Trip video

On Thursday, 9th November 2017, the 5th year Home Economics students left Carndonagh for an overnight trip that was to include a visit to the cookery school “Recipe 4 Success” in Limerick. After a long journey we arrived at the Abbey Court Hotel in Nenagh where we received a warm welcome from the staff. We all then enjoyed dinner in the hotel and a good night’s sleep was had by all!! After a 07:15 breakfast, we left the Abbey Court for a 25 minute bus ride to the “Recipe 4 Success” cookery school in Annacotty, Limerick. This cookery school has developed a very successful Leaving Certificate Home Economics cookery skills programme. It is a highly interactive educational format which includes a mixture of demonstrations and hands on activities. As a result, the students were well equipped to tackle the three food assignments which were covered. This programme develops new skills, confidence and a clear understanding of the techniques required to investigate and make – Hot and cold soufflés – Preservation, including citrus marmalade and Healthy eating, including Cajun Chicken, Sweet potatoes and healthy coleslaw.

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