Last Friday Mr. Hanley’s First Class began hurling training with a new coach, Aidan Claffey. The first day was all about learning how to put on a helmet, holding the hurl properly and rolling the sliotar to pick it up. We had loads of fun and are really looking forward to the next few sessions. […]
The First Class children in Mr. Hanley’s class are very lucky this term, every Friday until Christmas they have their very own hurling coach come in and teach all the fundamental skills of hurling. Gerry shows the boys and girls how to hold their hurls, strike a sliotar and most importantly, how to put on […]
Our SCN Camogie team made their way to Ballinderreen last Thursday for a fun blitz with some neighbouring schools. They played four matches against Monivea, Leitirm, kinvara and Ballinderreen. They on two and lost two which was a great result. The sun shone and the girls had a very enjoyable day. Thanks to Mr Hanley […]
What a wonderful day we had today as the Liam Mc Carthy Senior Hurling Cup and the Irish Press Junior Cup visited our school along with some local sporting heroes. We gathered together after first break and eagerly awaited the arrival of the cups and a very special entourage. The hall was decorated with maroon […]
Abigail, Áine, Kayla and Mia from Sixth Class competed in an Under 12 Camogie competition over the summer and recently brought in their winning shield to show their class. Well done, girls, another great win!
The Scoil Chroí Naofa camogie team had their first outing of the year for the I.N.T.O mini 7s competition on September 30th. The competition took place in Coolarne on what was a wet and blustery day, making conditions very difficult to play in. The S.C.N girls got off to a great start registering a win […]