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The tran­si­tion stu­dents ar­rived back from Del­phi last week in high spir­its.

This was our first school tour of tran­si­tion year, and we went to Del­phi ad­ven­ture cen­tre in Mayo. This site caters for peo­ple who wish to get away to the coun­try and ex­pe­ri­ence ex­cit­ing and ad­ven­tur­ous ac­tiv­i­ties such as ab­seil­ing, hik­ing, rock climb­ing, kayak­ing and other things.

We have been on two other trips to sim­i­lar places but Del­phi was by far the most fun with the best fa­cil­i­ties and staff and was about the same price as the other places we have been.


St Bren­dan’s are now pleased to an­nounce that a home­work club has com­menced for first year stu­dents on Mon­days, Wed­nes­days and Fri­days af­ter school. This has proved to be very pop­u­lar with the stu­dents.


The par­ent’s coun­cil held their A.G.M in the school on Thurs­day last. An en­joy­able and in­for­ma­tive evening was had by all.


Ray Hur­ley played Out­side Cen­tre with the Le­in­ster school’s A team on Wed­nes­day last. They played against Mun­ster in Cork. Un­for­tu­nately they were nar­rowly beaten on the day.


St Bren­dan’s Ju­nior and Se­nior squads both played their first match of the sea­son on Wed­nes­day last. Their op­po­nents in this friendly match was St David’s from Grey­stones.The ju­niors played very well and eas­ily de­fended their op­po­nents with a 60 nil victory. The se­niors also got off to a good start but un­for­tu­nately were de­feated.

The first round of the de­vel­op­ment cup kicks off next week. Best of luck to both squads in their quest for suc­cess.

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