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Calasanctius Catch Up-Success Outside Calasanctius College

Calasanctius Catch Up-Success Outside Calasanctius College

This week's special edition of Calasanctius Catch Up- Success Outside Calasanctius College is to highlight some exceptional student achievements beyond Calasanctius College.

Calasanctius College would like to extend their congratulations to:

  • Dylan Melia, fifth year, member of the Galway Minor Hurling panel.
  • Aisleen Healy, third year, on being named vice captain for the U16 Galway Camogie team this season.
  • Cara Killian, second year, and her Galway FA Interleague Final.
  • Conor Penney a double All-Ireland Champion in High Jump and 100m Hurdles, AAA Champion in the High Jump, with a personal best of 2.05m. He is the highest-ranking 15-year-old in the world for the high jump and will represent Ireland in the Under 18 European Championships in Slovakia this summer.
  • Ava Mullins, Transition Year student, a member of the Under 19 Galway United Squad.
  • Cara Cormican, third year, represented the county in Gaelic football and took part in the four nations tournament in basketball for Ireland.
  • Shauna Simpson, sixth year, who won the All-Ireland Judo Championships in December 2023.
  • First-year student Harvey White, Connacht Champion in the Minor Boys High Jump.
  • Dylan Smyth, second year, a member of the Connacht Golfing team who were victorious in the Interprovincial Championship.
  • Colm Burke, fifth year, on the Galway U20 Hurling Team for this year.
  • Hannah Whitney Mangan, Transition Year, involved in this year's Galway Minor Gaelic Football and Galway Under 17 Camogie teams.
  • David Frazer, first year, Connacht Champion 800m.
  • Abby McNally, Transition Year, on this year's Galway U16 Gaelic Football team.
  • Thomas Blake, fifth year, a member of the Galway U20 Hurling panel 2024.
  • Senior students Alan Burke, Seán Martyn, Shay Rabbitt, Niall De Paor, and Michael Leahy from Oranmore Maree GAA club for being selected for the Galway Minor Football panel 2024.
  • Grace Tarpey, Transition Year, part of the Galway Minor Camogie team this year.
  • Toyosi George and Conor Penney, both third-year students, National Indoor Gold Medallists with Craughwell’s U17 4x200m team.
  • Samuel Cahill and Ethan Cahill, who won the Dublin Smartphone Festival Under 16 for the third consecutive time with their short film, The Quest.
  • Seán Cleare National Bronze Medalist with Craughwell’s U15 Boys 4X200m.
  • Oranmore-Maree U15 hurlers on winning the Galway Hurling Féile
  • The Oranmore-Maree basketballers, who recently won the Community Games All-Ireland for U16 Boys Basketball, marking the first win for Oranmore-Maree in 15 years.

A special acknowledgment goes out to all the clubs, coaches, and volunteers who contributed to these young people's achievements.

While not every success is mentioned here, please know that the school is incredibly proud of you all and your accomplishments. Enjoy the holidays, and best of luck to those competing over the summer months.

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