11th May 2017

 

Ben Finnerty, 2nd year Business student from Roscommon Community College represented County Roscommon at the National Student Enterprise Awards Final that took place in Croke Park on Tuesday 3rd May. Ben was among the 200 enterprising students from a national total of 22,000 students who took part in the awards this year.  The enterprise competition is run by the Local Enterprise Offices around the country and Roscommon Community College is proud of its successful history to-date entering the competition.  It has given students in the school an opportunity to setup and run a mini-company in the safe and supporting environment of the school.  Well done Ben on your enterprise success.  

 

 

 

11th May 2017

 

Pictured are the Staff and Students of RCC who volunteered at the recent Darkness into Light event that took place in Roscommon

 

11th May 2017

 

On the 10th of May RCC was visited by Sky Sports representative Molly Dunne, who is a former Galway camogie player and All Star, as part of their initiative to get all students involved in extracurricular activities. RCC recently developed a soccer team for students who may not be involved in any other sporting activities. Wednesday was spent informing Molly what the students had learned throughout the experience, as well as partaking in some team bonding activities. The programme was a huge success, one which both the teachers, Mr. Timmons and Mr. Mc Hugh, and the students thoroughly enjoyed.

 

 

 

 

 

11th May 2017

 

Well done to RCC's soccer team who played their first ever game against Glenamaddy last week. It was a trilling game, full of great skill and support play. Despite leading the game earlier on with a wonderful goal by the talented Kirstin Cronin, Glenamaddy fought back and by half time it was 2-1 to them.

The girls did not give up, however, and showed great determination with another superb goal by Kirstin 20 minutes into the second half. Alas, it was not to be for our RCC ladies as a late goal by Glenamaddy resulted in a close 3-2 loss.

 

It was a very enjoyable game and RCC will have a chance to redeem themselves next week with a rematch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

11th May 2017

 

Very well done to both Carragh Kennedy, first year, and Shauna Clogher, second year, who represented Connacht in the Handball ‘Team of Ten’ event held in Kingscourt, Cavan, last weekend.

 

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