The Cross Country qualifiers have been selected and have had a great go at it. Out of eighty people only the top twelve were qualifying. Sultan Akinwale came first just as he did for the last Cross Country. For those who qualified; we wish them luck.
As you probably know, this Sunday, at 3:30, Clare and Cork are going off against their other in a All-Munster All-Ireland Hurling Final. The odds are fairly even and both teams were unexpected to go this far. Clare has managed to beat Galway while Cork beat Clare recently. If Clare wins they will have the McCarthy Cup for the first time since 1997, 99 years since their first All-Ireland. And if Cork win, it will have been 7 years since 2006. Who do you think is going to win? Vote in the poll below!
So the year has come and gone in a flash. It has been a great year for all of the children and staff of the CBS. This will be the last post of this school year.
As some of you man know, our principal Bráthair de Roiste and our wonderful caretaker Tony Considene, are retiring after 17 and 20 years respectively. We all wish them the best for spending two decades at this school.
The Summer Holidays are coming tomorrow. I hope you all enjoy your break from school. ~ Cian Perill of Mr. Davorens 4th and
This Thursday there will be a cake sale in the school hall. It lasts 9AM to 11AM on the 2nd of May, tomorrow.
In the Class League, for the final, Waterford edged Dublin at the very last moment humanly possible. There was a huge burst excitement, with people bouncing up and down cheering for their teams. And in the end, we all had fun watching and playing the games.
Colin Bunce is coming to our school throughout this week and the last two weeks he has been here as well.