HARD WORK IS RE­WARDED

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JU­NIOR stu­dents at Colaiste Chraobh Ab­hann in Kil­coole re­ceived their awards re­cently for re­mark­able per­for­mances in a range of ar­eas.

The ‘Rogha Na Bliana’ awards go to the most out­stand­ing boy and girl in each school year. This year third years Alan O’Cal­laghan and Aine Molloy took the award, along with Sean Lacey and Kelianne Cough­lan from sec­ond year, and first years Stephen Do­ran and So­phie Heaton. They were all pre­sented with their per­pet­ual cups by their re­spec­tive year heads.

A num­ber of stu­dents were also pre­sented with prizes for the work that they did in this year’s ‘Scifest’’ at DCU.

They were Kelianne Cough­lan, Róisín O’Neill, Jenitta Jimmy, Hyrum Scott and Osereme Atiy­ota.

There were also awards given to pupils for their out­stand­ing sports per­for­mances. Robyn Evans, Amy Byrne Alan­nah Melia, Adam Gal­lagher, Eoin Mur­phy and Jor­dan Brady, all ac­cepted cups at the cer­e­mony at the school last week.

SciFest at DCU award win­ners Kelianne Cough­lan, Róisín O’Neill, Jenitta Jimmy, Hyrum Scott and Osereme Atiy­ota.

Sports award win­ners Robyn Evans, Amy Byrne, Adam Gal­lagher, Alan­nah Melia, Eoin Mur­phy and Jor­dan Brady.

Year head Donal Evoy presents the third year Rogha na Bliana to Alan O’Cal­laghan and Aine Molloy.

Year head Ger Hughes presents the first year Rogha na Bliana to Stephen Do­ran and So­phie Heaton.

Year head Bill Ma­her presents the sec­ond year Rogha an Bliana to Sean Lacey and Kelianne Cough­lan.

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