St. Kil­ian’s Com­mu­nity School

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5LCA MOCK IN­TER­VIEWS WITH ELAVON

On Mon­day 24th of March stu­dents of 5LCA took part in a mock in­ter­views pro­vided by Elavon. These in­ter­views are part of the Skills @ work pro­gramme that St.Kil­ians takes part in with Elavon.

Stu­dents had to ap­ply for a job in Elavon via their web­site and at­tend for in­ter­view with a num­ber of Elavon staff mem­bers. This is no easy task but our stu­dents were well pre­pared thanks to Elavon's CV and in­ter­view skills work­shop ear­lier in the year.

Stu­dents were given great feed­back from the Elavon staff and pre­sented them­selves very well at in­ter­view. This will give them a great ad­van­tage in fu­ture in­ter­views. Con­grat­u­la­tions to all who took part and a very big thank you to Elavon. ORI­EN­TEER­ING

On Wed­nes­day 12th March, 32 stu­dents from St Kil­ian's C.S. took part in the Le­in­ster Schools' Ori­en­teer­ing Cham­pi­onship. Hopes were high af­ter a num­ber of wins in the Le­in­ster Schools' League as stu­dents had been show­ing con­sis­tently good form through­out the win­ter.

The Event was held in Djouce Woods in Co. Wick­low. The con­di­tions on the day were ideal and made for good run­ning. The cour­ses were both tech­ni­cally and phys­i­cally chal­leng­ing with the steep slopes in the woods.

Many stu­dents who were ex­pected to do well may have un­der­es­ti­mated the com­plex­ity of the chal­lenge and did not find the cour­ses as easy as ex­pected. Con­sis­tency and level head­ed­ness won the day for more cau­tious run­ners.

1st year Girls: Erin Con­nelly came 3rd and Ines Cueto 4th. TY Girls: Lucy Master­son was 2nd fastest in­di­vid­ual fin­isher. TY Boys:1st Jessie Lopez II, 2nd Evan Wil­liams, 3rd Ab­dul­lah Balas­meh and in 5th Dmitri Chizhikov. 5th/6th Year Girls: 1st - Sarah McGrath and Sophie Mooney in 3rd. 5th/6th Year Boys: Brendan Smith was the fastest fin­isher from St Kil­ian's.

All the stu­dents were happy with their re­sults and are look­ing for­ward to trav­el­ling to Emo Court to take part in the Ir­ish Schools Cham­pi­onship, which hap­pens on the 8th of April. CON­GRAT­U­LA­TIONS

Well done to two First Year stu­dents on their re­cent out­stand­ing sport­ing achieve­ments.

Chris Shortt (IC) has been selected to play on the Le­in­ster U-15 Rugby team who are due to face Mun­ster this weekend. This is Chris's sec­ond ap­pear­ance for his prov­ince at this age. The Grey­stones club player faced Con­naught in Fe­bru­ary and scored the win­ning try for Le­in­ster in that match.

Con­grat­u­la­tions are also ex­tended to Michael Moore­house (IC) who has won the Le­in­ster Boys' 48kg Box­ing ti­tle. This is a fab­u­lous achieve­ment for the young boxer from St. Fer­gal's Box­ing Club. U-19 BOYS' LE­IN­STER SEMI-FI­NAL

Best wishes are ex­tended to the se­nior boys' soc­cer squad who are due to play Scoil Mhuire, Strokestown in the semi-fi­nal of the Le­in­ster Schools' B Cham­pi­ons' League com­pe­ti­tion in Mullingar on Wed­nes­day 26th March. Full re­port to fol­low.

40 YEARS YOUNG CON­GRAT­U­LA­TIONS TO Tr­ish Parle Henry who cel­e­brated turn­ing 40 years young with a party in the Glen­cor­mac Inn on Satur­day night.

Fam­ily, neigh­bours and friends danced the night away and the cel­e­bra­tions con­tin­ued in the fam­ily home well into the early hours of Sun­day morn­ing.

A spe­cial word of con­grat­u­la­tions comes from Alan­nah, Dy­lan and Cather­ine and from us all in Kil­macanogue.

APRIL HIS­TORY LEC­TURE THE KIL­MACANOGUE His­tory So­ci­ety April Lec­ture took place this week in the Glen­view Ho­tel. Ti­tled “The Mer­chant and Craft Guilds - From Me­dieval times to their mod­ern equiv­a­lents”, it was pre­sented by our own Der­mot Cranny.

Der­mot gave an il­lus­trated talk re­view­ing the con­cept and struc­ture of the Me­dieval Guilds Sys­tem and re­late the guilds to their mod­ern equiv­a­lents.

The talk moved from an­tiq­uity to the present, out­lin­ing the ori­gins of crafts and trades. In par­tic­u­lar, de­scribed the ‘Mer­chants and Craft Guilds’, and dis­cuss the in­flu­ence of these guilds on the de­vel­op­ment of the Labour Or­gan­i­sa­tion and the Ap­pren­tice­ship Sys­tem.

Some rel­e­vant me­mora­bilia and ex­hibits were also on dis­play dur­ing the night. Next up is the last in the se­ries of lec­tures on May 6th. Ti­tled “Do The Ir­ish Speak English” it will be pre­sented by Terry Dolan.

RACE NIGHT THE IN­DE­PEN­DENT Or­gan­i­sa­tion are hold­ing a Race night in the Glen­view Ho­tel on Satur­day 26th April at 8.30pm to de­fray costs for the forth­com­ing lo­cal elec­tion.

A re­minder to all that ad­ver­tise­ments for the race book­let and sold horses/jock­eys should be re­turned to Judy or Mil­dred be­fore 9th April. KIL­MACANOGUE GOLF SO­CI­ETY THE 2014 SEA­SON teed-off for the mem­bers of the Kil­macanogue Golf So­ci­ety last Satur­day in Pow­er­scourt G.C.

Damian Whelan just beat Pat Kin­lan on a count-back to clinch first prize af­ter both mem­bers shot 37 points while Stephen Whelan came in 3rd with 35 points.

The front nine was won by new mem­ber Wil­liam O’Reilly (17pts) with Michael Whelan tak­ing the back nine prize (18pts).

The next out­ing will take place in Blainroe G.C. on Sun­day 27th April at 2-30pm. SOC­CER TWO OF The Glen­cor­mac United teams were in ac­tion over the weekend. The U8s faced Aughrim and suf­fered the heart­break of a late goal de­feat. They were 2 goals down af­ter 10 min­utes but lev­elled the mat­ter with goals from Luke Ho­nan and Daniel Mor­aghan be­fore the last-minute win­ner.

They put in a great team ef­fort through­out with Finn Kelly, Me­gan Brad­shaw and Cian Red­den all in su­perb form.

The U10s trav­elled to Carnew early Satur­day morn­ing and felt very hard done by af­ter a 2-1 de­feat.

Luke Kelly’s goal looked like giv­ing the Glens a share of the points but a du­bi­ous free-kick was awarded late on to Carnew which was dis­patched to the net to fire them vic­tory.

Man­ager Karl Brad­shaw was de­lighted with the ef­forts of all his play­ers on the day and dis­ap­pointed for them that they came away with noth­ing. NOTES & PHO­TOS IF YOU want an item or a pho­to­graph of lo­cal in­ter­est to ap­pear in the Kil­macanogue Diary, please con­tact Colm Mul­li­gan on 086-8522653 or email col­mul­li­gan@eir­com.net be­fore mid­day on Sun­day as notes are sub­mit­ted first thing Mon­day morn­ing.

Calls or emails on Mon­day morn­ings are just too late to edit and sub­mit for the page.

Also, pho­tos sub­mit­ted need to be full size orig­i­nals and not copies of orig­i­nals as the pix­els can ap­pear blurred.

Also, the Kil­macanogue Diary is only fea­tured in the Bray People edi­tion, a sam­ple of these notes is in the Wick­low People each week but not all items.

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