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19Apr 2024

U15 Girls’ Soccer Team win again

Massive congratulations to the U15 girls' soccer team on their resounding victory over Colaiste Einde of Galway as they emerged 7-2 victors in a game that began with some very testy beginnings.

Goals from Tori Duffy, Mila Clancy, Saerlaith Dillon and Leah Cogan coupled with fantastic performances all around the pitch from the entire squad ensured a comfortable win for a team that remains undefeated in 14 games since last years first year Connacht Championship.

Thanks again to Johnny Grennan for his astounding support in the sponsorship of three of our teams, it’s all in the jerseys apparently.

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19Apr 2024

Success for U14 Girls

On the 12th of April St Nathy's U14 Girls' Gaelic team played their Connaught semi- final in Castlebar. It was a wet and windy day and the girls were determined to win this game. After the devastating loss of last year's final against the same opponents, the girls came back stronger and more determined than ever. The game was slow to get started with two frees missed. Eabha-Mai Keating brought the girls into the game by scoring their first point. The game was very even, with both teams showing a great display of football with Ava Dooney and Ava Horgan putting up a great battle in defence staying one step ahead of Castlebar. Some intricate playing between the likes of Lucia McDonnell and Saerlaith Dillon carried the girls through to the second half with a 3-point lead. Half time score 1-1 to 1-4, to St Nathy's. The second half started strong and fast paced. The girls started on the front foot, but it was not enough to stop Castlebar getting the first point in the second half. There was great passion and desire from the girls to be the first to the ball. They did not drop their heads and continued to have a great work ethic. Maebh Lavin proved she was an all-rounder with some excellent blocks, saves,  brave outfield runs and pinpoint kickouts. Well done Meabh Lavin!!

In the last 15 minutes of the game, Castlebar took control of the game with a goal to level and then got a point ahead. St. Nathy's did not give up and the girls showed some fierce determination with Aoibhinn Conway scoring a brilliant point to level the game. The pressure was on now to get the lead and stay ahead. The girls worked ridiculously hard to keep the ball in their own half and dictated play throughout. Unfortunately, Castlebar managed to turnover the ball, but Ava Horgan and Ava Dooney put up a great fight in the full back line giving serious support to their outstanding keeper Meabh Lavin. This intense defence just wasn't enough though and Castlebar got another point. The girls made some great runs giving Meabh lots of options for kickouts. They showed great skill levels and team effort and carried the ball up the pitch making great runs off each other and scoring a point to level the game again. St. Nathy's broke down Castlebar's kickout and Aoibhinn Gilligan scored the winning point for St. Nathys. The game was not over yet and the girls had to keep working hard to keep the lead for the last few minutes. There was a brilliant breakdown of play from Leah Cogan and Katelin Donovan. They forced Castlebar to make silly mistakes and St. Nathys controlled the game which paid off in the end with the game finishing 2-6 to 2-7 to St. Nathys. Well done to all involved. The girls will be playing in the Connaught Final in the next few weeks. We wish them the very best in the final.

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19Apr 2024

Battery Collection in St. Nathy’s

Well done to our " Green Schools" committee who collected 13 boxes of batteries for the WEEE School Battery recycling  competition. We are happy to continue collecting and recycling used batteries both now and in the future. 

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17Apr 2024


TY students have been incredibly busy planting peas as part of the @GROW2CEO by @GIY and supported by @accenture. Next step is to design our pea based recipe! #giy #sustainable 

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16Apr 2024

1st year Girls’ Soccer match

First year girls' soccer team had a superb win today in the quarter final against 'High Cross College' in Tuam. A penalty from Leah Cogan led the girls to a 1-0 victory. Up next is the "Connacht Semi- finals". We wish all our superbe players all the best going forward. 


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13Apr 2024

TY Jiving, line dancing and waltzing with Sandra Ganley

Our TY classes had a wonderful morning on Friday last when they had the pleasure of welcoming back the very talented Sandra Ganley (one of our past pupils) from 'Sandra Ganley Dancer ' and 'Jiving Juniors dance school'.   They had a fun morning learning how to jive, line dance and waltz.   They all got stuck in, enthusiastic and attentive as always. A few of them came out of their shells and displayed some impressive and fast paced moves that would impress any judge! Good practice for any upcoming balls or concerts! Thanks as always to Sandra.  https://youtu.be/WZnIK2nkVlg?feature=sharedhttps://youtu.be/ftInMEkDWLA?feature=shared

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12Apr 2024

Well done to Leah McHugh (5th Yr) on making Mayo Minor squad

Congratulations to¬† Leah McHugh 5th Yr who has made the Mayo Minor Squad for the 2024 season ūüĎŹūüíö‚̧ԳŹ‚ėėÔłŹūüíõūüíö

Leah's club is Kilmovee Shamrocks.  We wish her and all her club and county teammates every success. 

Pic. from Kilmovee Shamrocks LGFA  club FB page. 

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12Apr 2024

Best of luck to Shauna Corrigan in All-Ireland Handball Final

We would like to wish the best of luck to Shauna Corrigan (Leaving Cert) who will play in the All-Ireland Senior Ladies Handball Final this Sunday 14th Aprilin Croke Park.  Shauna plays for Lisacul Handball club.  We are very proud of her success.

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11Apr 2024

Best of luck from St. Nathy’s to all of our County Minor players

Best wishes to our 5 county minor players representing their respective counties tomorrow,  Friday April 12th.
Noah Phillips for Sligo (Eastern Harps), brothers Gordon and Dean Casey Roscommon (Ballinameen), 
Patrick Gaynor for Roscommon (Western Gaels) and Conor Moriarty for Mayo (Ballaghaderreen).
First round fixtures are as follows: Galway vs Sligo in Tuam, throw in at 6.30pm at Tuam Stadium,
Roscommon vs Mayo in McHale park, throw in at 7pm.  Games will also be streamed live through the Connacht GAA Website.We wish all of them every success and are very proud of their success to date.

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