19th October 2017

Many thanks to our Comhairle na nÓg members: Rémy Ryan, Sinead Dillon, Michael Lough and Daniel Hannon who assisted Dr. Lohan with the organisation of 12 nominees to attend the Comhairle na nÓg AGM.  The school representatives on the day were: Liam Pearce, Dean Cribbon, Fabianna Pia Heuser, Jarmila Harney, Andreina Carvalho, Noah Fallon, Cameron Prior, Ryan Davis, Reece Comer, Iago Alves Lins, Jack Flaherty, Orianna Cribbon, Myah McCormack.  Our students enjoyed their day and felt empowered by being given a local platform to select and work on topics of importance to young people.  Topics discussed on the day included mental health awareness, the adult world and homophobic bullying.  Students stated that the day gave them a sense of achievement in making a real contribution to improving the lives of young people in their community.  


19th October 2017

The Roscommon Community College Junior rugby team are safely through to the semi – final of the Connacht Schools Cup after winning their final game of the group stages on Wednesday last against Colaiste na Eachraigh, Athenry. This win meant that the team won all four matches in the group stage and look extremely strong going into the knockout stage of the competition.

The game was played in Creggs rugby ground where the team have already won one game this year. RCC raced out of the blocks and had two tries scored in the first eight minutes through Leon Doyle and Liam Egan. Darragh Kiernan scored another excellent try after great build up work using a rolling maul which left RCC leading by 19 – 0 after seventeen minutes. In the next ten minutes Eoin Farrell and Mark Dwyer both scored super individual tries carrying the ball over fifty metres on both occasions as well as beating numerous defenders. RCC completely dominated the breakdown in this contest with huge enthusiasm and effort being shown by the team to support one another in their carries. In the last play of the first half, Ciaran Corcoran scored the first of his three tries in the game leaving RCC well in control at half time by a score line of 38 – 0.


The second half was more evenly balanced, with RCC playing against a strong breeze and Colaiste na Eachraigh putting up a strong fight. Ciaran Corcoran got his second try after ten minutes before Fabio Henrique Oliveira scored a brilliant breakaway try after picking up some loose possession. Ciaran Corcoran scored his final try with five minutes to go before Colaiste na Eachraigh got the try their efforts deserved with the last play of the game. The game concluded on a final score of Roscommon Community College: 55-Colaiste na nEachraigh: 7. Congratulations to our students on a terrific win and for having represented the school with excellent enthusiasm as well as having great respect for their opponents.



19th October 2017

Congratulations to both The Four Roads’ and St Brigid’s u16 teams who won u16 county finals recently. The Four Roads won the u16 hurling final. Our school was represented by several hurlers, Kyle Kelly, Dara Finneran, Michael Lohan, Jack Mannion, Adam Donnelly, John Cunnife, Trevor Fallon, Sean Trundle and former student Sean Hynes. Sean Trundle has the distinction this year of completing the double at u16 having also line out for St Brigids in the football final.

Congratulations to Jack Cronin who was part of the Tulsk team that won the division 3 championship beating Kilmore in the final.

We also had several representatives on the Kilbride u14 team that won the division 2 u14 championship beating Kilmore. Captained by Keelen Murray, Leon Doyle, Gerard O’Hara, Tyler Kelly, Matthew Shally, Fergal O’Shaughnessy and Daniel Gilooly. Congratulations lads.


We wish our teacher Mr Cathal McHugh the best of luck in the Roscommon senior Football championship final.


19th October 2017


RCC 3-7

Castlerea Community School 2-8

RCC won their first game of this year’s campaign in a thrilling encounter played in tough conditions last Friday in Castlerea. Goals from Ryan Conlon, Liam Egan and a cracker from Seán Trundle proved the key scores in the game. RCC did not take the lead until the 57th minute of this game and held on in the final few minutes to record a great win. There were some very positive performances throughout the team with Ciaran Corcoran, Eoin Farrell, Cormac Lavin and Michael Staunton leading the way throughout. Seán Trundle worked tirelessly throughout and got his reward with a well taken goal.


RCC will also face St. Cuans and Ballygar in the coming weeks. 

19th October 2017

Congratulations to Liam Egan who was crowned the u-15 60x30 All Ireland Handball Champion last week. Liam defeated Cormac Doheny from Tipperary.