30th May 2019

We would like to extend many thanks to all of the staff at RCC for their continued hard work and dedication to providing an engaging and inclusive education for our students. It has been a very successful year for our school on many levels and we look forward to returning for the coming academic year to carry on such successes.  We wish each and every one of our Junior Cycle and Leaving Certificate students the very best of luck in their upcoming exams. May they reap the rewards of their hard work.

 

 

30th May 2019

Congratulations to our 6th year students on their graduation on Tuesday 21st in the Abbey Hotel. The staff at RCC wish each and every one of you the very best of luck in the upcoming exams and are in no doubt that your futures will be bright and full of prosperity.

 

 

 

 

 

30th May 2019

Elliot Grealy, Siafra Finneran, Norbert Papuga and Sinéad Dillon being presented with the Leadership Award from Ms Keena. 

Good Citizenship Award recipients Sean Allen, Caoimhe Clarke, Ellen Hynes and Joao Pedro alongside Principal Ms Keena. 

 

Construction Studies Award recipient Nathan Clarke presented by Ms Keena

 

Female Chef's Hat Award presented by Ms Keena to Siobhan Treacy

Grace Dwyer, Michael Lough, Liam Pearce, Seamus Lynch and Eamon Lynch being presented with the Academic Excellence Award by Principal Ms Keena

Gradam Na Gaeilge, Dylan Hoare alongside Principal Ms Keena

 

Hope Sherwin, Aaron Flaherty, Dylan Hoare and Anderina Carvalho being presented with the Class Contribution Award by Principal Ms Keena. 

 

Junior Music Award recipient Mykah Dufrene being presented by Ms Keena

Kyle Geraghty, 6th year, being presented by Ms Keena with a student achievement award from GRETB

Materials Technology Metal Award being presented by Ms Keena to Gerard O'Hara

Izidro Ribas De Vargus being presented by Ms Keena with the Male Chef's Hat Award

Junior Art Award presented by Ms Keena to Poliana Alves De Oliveira


Junior Linguist of the Year, Kaitlin Thompson and Ms Keena

 

Materials Technology Wood being presented by Ms Keena to Jake Mullally

 Ms Keena, Principal, pictured alongside Reading for Pleasure Award recipients Olivia Connolly, Martin Dooner, Hope Sherwin and Tommy Morris

 Pictured alongside Ms Keena are Rory Doolan, Thomas Kelly and Sarah Hoare winners of the advanced level in the Schools Showjumping Competition.

 

 

 

Pictured alongside Principal Ms Keena are Dean Cribbon and Dominik Wojciak recipients of the Attendance Award

Pictured is Ms Keena with Head Boy Ryan Cox and Head Girl Sinéad Dillon, receiving a recognition award for their contribution to the school

Pictured is Principal Ms Keena presenting Jack Hayden with the Male Student of the Year Award

Pictured is Principal Ms Keena presenting Vitoria Pires de Oliveira with the Female Student of the Year Award

Principal Ms Keena presenting Adam Bracken with the Rugby Player of the Year Award

Principal Ms Keena presenting Andrea Fallon with the Gaelic Football Player of the Year Award

Principal Ms Keena presenting Conor Harris with the 1st Year Footballer of the Year Award

Principal Ms Keena presenting Lauren Flaherty with the Female Sports Star of the Year Award

Principal Ms Keena presenting Mairéad Lohan with the Camogie Player of the Year Award

Research in Science Award recipient Jack Hayden being presented by Mr Keena

Science Excellence Award being presented to Molly Naughton by Principal Ms Keena

Senior Art Award presented to Rebekah Daniels by Principal Ms Keena

Senior Linguist of the Year Siobhan Derwin being presented by Ms Keena

Shaun Mullen recipient of the Learning for Life Student of the Year Award being presented by Principal Ms Keena

Volleyball All-Ireland winners pictured with their awards for their success at national level

Principal Ms Keena presenting Ryan Conlon with the Junior Football Player of the Year Award

Principal Ms Keena presenting Ryan Cox with the Male Sports Star of the Year Award

Principal Ms Keena presenting Seamus Lynch with the Hurler of the Year Award

Principal Ms Keena presenting Shannon Carter with the Volleyball Player of the Year Award

Mateusz Blaszczak, Fabiola Kompusova, Sofia Sidelkova, Mohamad Abo Haileh and Vitoria Pires de Oliveira receiving EAL Awards from Principal Ms Keena

 

 

30th May 2019

On a glorious day in Ballyleague, our 1st year boys finished their season on a high. The 24 man squad travelled on Wednesday last with low expectations after a string of defeats earlier in the year. The day got off to a winning start with a comprehensive victory over Garbally College. The goals flew in as the sun shone in St Faithleachs club grounds. As Dylan Treacy ran riot at one end, Sean Allen was an impenetrable force at the other with a series of top class saves. Castlerea proved to be stiffer competition in the second game but the Roscommon Community College players dug deep to make it two wins out of two. The penultimate group game saw us pitted against Elphin who had some very talented footballers but again the RCC lads came out on top and moved on to the final. 

 

Undefeated Boyle was the opposition this time and it was by far the toughest game of the day. A couple of early wides piled the pressure on and a Boyle penalty before half time was a real sucker punch. Our lads regrouped at half time with some wise words from new manager Mr Patterson. The second half was tense, big tackles flew in as we struggled to deal with the Boyle full forward. Great character was shown to edge in front coming down the home straight and great maturity shown to hold onto the lead. Izidro Ribas was excellent in defence with countless interceptions and tackles. Ryan Dowling and Kilan O'Biren commanded the middle sector impressively all day. Up front Dylan Treacy, captain on the day, really caught the eye. His turn of pace and trademark hand pass dummy was a joy to watch. The score of the day goes to Rory Doolan who kicked a gem when introduced against Garbally on his home ground. But the player of the day goes to Tommy Morris who really stood up in the final when the pressure was on and played some fantastic football throughout the day. The future looks bright for this talented group of players having resolved their managerial issue and we look forward to seeing them compete in the Juvenile Competition next year. 

 

 

 

23rd May 2019

Congratulations to RCC's Ladies Cadet Volleyball team who received the Roscommon Herald Supervalu Sportstar of the Year Award for their All-Ireland Ladies Cadet Volleyball.

 

 

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