Under 16s & under 19s Girls Basketball

Under 16s and 19s girls started their season with home games against Scoil Ui Mhuiri today. Under 16s were up first and took to the lead in the first quarter. However in the second and subsequent quarters there was a tough battle to stay in the lead and Scoil Ui Mhuiri forged ahead. CCC fought hard to narrow the gap and succeeded but two late scores from Scoil Ui Mhuiri the took the win from under our feet. A great match with some smashing outside scores from our girls. Under 19 girls took the lead from the start of their match and there was tough opposition with a narrow margin throughout the game the Chú Chulainn defence was on fire and the girls retained good possession throughout the match taking a close win in the final quarter. 

Thanks to Bean Ui Riodal and Ms McLoughlin for their support in coaching the girls today and Hannah, Ayo, Whitney and Zara on the table. 


Application for Prefects and Head Boy/Girl

Join the team! We are inviting students to apply to be 5th Year Prefects and Head boy and Head Girl in 5th and 6th Year. You can apply via this application form. Successful candidates will be shortlisted and interviewed by Bean Uí Riodal and Mr. Melaniphy for the positions. Best of luck!


Come and join us on our Open Night!

Coláiste Chú Chulainn would like to welcome all prosepective students and their families to visit our campus on October 8th.



Louth Ladies bring the All Ireland Cup to CCC

The Louth Ladies became the All Ireland Champions last week and brought in the spoils of their victory to inspire future generations of GAA legends! Ms. McLoughlin and her sister Alannah, who were part of the winning team against Fermanagh, brought in the silverware on Wednesday afternoon much to the delight of the Coláiste Chú Chulainn students. Lú Abu!!







1st Year Students commended for 'My life so far' project

First year students produced some amazing "My life so far projects". The talent and creativity show cased by our new first years is exceptional. Projects included cakes baked by the students; a my life so far umbrella; quiz's; pop up booklets and wonderful use of digital media technology. Mr Melaniphy, Deputy Principal said:

"I've been running this project now for eight years in my previous schools. These are by far the best projects I've ever had the pleasure of marking and I would like to congratulate all first years who submitted a project. Well done; our first years have made a terrific start in their new school."



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