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Coláiste Oiriall Success in Cross Country in Kilmore – 1st place for Oiriall girls! Bhí an fhoireann sóisearach cailíní ó Choláiste Oiriall sa chéad áit sa chomórtas Trastíre a bhí i Kilmore le gairid:

Tá scéala i ndiaidh teacht chuig Coláiste Oiriall gur roghnaíodh Morgan Nic Cionna fá choinne Gradam Peile Uile-Réalta Uladh don dara bliain as a chéile. Ghlac thar 200 girseach páirt sna trialacha agus d’éirigh le Morgan a bheith sa tríocha deireanach. Bronnfar na gradaim ag feasta i dTigh Uí Cheallaigh, Garbh Achaidh nuair a bheas an comórtas idir-chúige thart.

Students from Colásite Oiriall who took part in the Junior category of the Swim Ulster Schools Championships in the Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Complex, Bangor; Ella Ní Scurlóg Kayla Nic Rodáin Lorcán Ó Dufaigh (all three took part in 100m breaststroke and 100m (frontcrawl) ,

The semi-final of the Poetry Aloud takes place in the National Library of Ireland on Thursday, 16th November. Déanfaidh Brendan Mac Domhnaill, Oisin Ó Broin agus Danny Ó Treasaigh ionadaíocht i mbabhta leathcheannais na hÉireann sa Leabharlann Náisiúnta ar shon Choláiste Oiriall agus dhá dhán an duine le rá acu os comhair na moltóirí.

To celebrate College Awareness Week, Cavan Institute is delighted to invite you to our Transition Year Taster Day on Tuesday 21st November 2017 from 10.00am to 1.00pm at its Cathedral Road campus in Cavan. This is an ideal opportunity for Transition Year students to sample the wide range of courses and facilities on offer in Cavan Institute.

At the Entrance Scholars’ Ceremony in UCD last week: Brendan Ó Dufaigh, Príomhoide, Aodán Ó Broin (Academic High Achiever), Jorin Ó Conchúir (Academic High Achiever), Caoimhín Ó Ceallaigh (Academic High Achiever agus Scoláireacht Bhord na Gaeilge UCD) and Professor Micheál Ó Dochartaigh, Dean of Veterinary Science.

Tá saothar, féinphortráidí san áireamh, de chuid roinnt scoláirí Ealaíne Choláiste Oiriall mar chuid de thaispeántas in Amharclann an Gharáiste faoi láthair, taispeántas atá a eagrú ag Feidhmeannas na Seirbhísí Sláinte

Scoláirí ceoil Choláiste Oiriall ar chéimeanna an Cheolárais Náisiúnta D’fhreastal na daltaí sinsearacha ceoil i gColáiste Oiriall ar cheolchoirm bunaithe ar cheann de na saothair dualgais do Cheol na hArdteiste a bhí á léiríodh sa

Ag an searmanas bronnta i Halla Ceolchoirme Ollscoil Luimní. Ó chlé: Mr. JP McManus, Jorin Ó Conchúr, Brendan Ó Dufaigh, Príomhoide Choláiste Oiriall agus Mary Mitchell O’Connor, TD, Minister of State for Higher Education. Each scholarship is worth almost €34,000 over five years of undergraduate study.

As part of the Science Technology Engineering and Maths week in Coláiste Oiriall, students were given the opportunity to take part in the Hour of Code.  This is a global initiative by the non-profit organisation Code.org.  Tens of millions of students from over 180 countries around the world took part this hour long introduction to computer science and computer programming. 

Bronnadh an chéad duais sa chontae ar bhaicle scoláirí Idirbhliana Choláiste Oiriall i gcomórtas a d’eagraigh Comhairle na nÓg ag díriú ar shláinte intinne. Rinne siad gearrscannán a bhí bunaithe ar an téama dea-íomha coirp.

Coláiste Oiriall student, Brendan Mac Domhnaill, is the All-Ireland champion in Poetry Aloud competition. He won the junior category and went on to win the overall title speaking two poems in the final in the National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin last Friday.

Déardaoin seo chaite bhain daltaí ó Choláiste Oiriall an sult as páirt a glacadh sa bhabhta reigiúnda de Scléip, comórtas tallanna a reáchtáltar ag Gael-Linn.  Bhí scoláirí ó na hiar-bhunscoileanna Gaeltachta, Coláiste Ailigh, Leitir Ceanainn, Pobalscoil Ghaoth Dobhair, Dún na nGall, Coláiste Pobail Ráth Chairn, Co. na Mí, agus Coláiste Lú, Dún Dealgan i láthair.

Coláiste Oiriall Junior debating team advanced to the All-Ireland final of the Gael-Linn Comórtas Uí Chadhain competition after defeating Coláiste Eoin and Coláiste Íosagáin on

Coláiste Oiriall will play Coláiste Teresa, Kanturk in the Basketball Ireland under 19C Schools Cup final in the Basketball Arena, Tallaght on Tuesday, 26th January. The school’s first chance at an All-Ireland title comes as a result of a victory over Wilsons Hospital, Mullingar in overtime in the Oblate Hall, Inchicore on Friday.

A new Students’ Council has been elected in Coláiste Oiriall and the members recently received their badges from Múinteoir Bríd Ní Bhraoin (Link Teacher). The following students, two from each year group, were elected by their peers. They will represent the student population until May 2017.

The following are the results of the 2015-16 Peann agus Pár Literary Competition held in Coláiste Oiriall before Christmas. The adjudicators were very impressed with the standard of entries in all sections commenting on the deeply personal, reflective and almost therapeutic nature of many of the pieces. Four sections of the competition were

The following Coláiste Oiriall groups participated: Amhránaíocht Aonair le Féintionlacan (Solo singing self-accompanied) –– 5th Year students reprise some songs from an tOsaralaí ó Oz; Comhaimseartha le Féintionlacan (Contemporary group self-accompanied) – na Painéil Bhána who were placed second – Darragh Ó Tuathail, Elaine Ní Chuinneacháin, Aoife Nic Roideáin, Megan Nic Oirc,

Four of the above Coláiste Oiriall athletes took part in the Ulster Schools’ Cross Country in Mallusk and performed extremely well. All five had won through to the Ulsters as a result of their impressive performances at the District D event a three weeks ago. Sa ghrianghraf thuas tá an cúigear luthcleasaí ó Choláiste Oiriall i gcuideachta a múinteoira,

Coláiste Oiriall has submitted four entries in this year’s Junk Kouture recycled fashion competition along with musical accompaniment. This is Ireland’s leading fashion and art competition for 2nd level students.

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