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Sporting Activities in St. Clares College


St. Clares College strives to maintain a balanced approach to education. The school is therefore very much aware of the student's need for sport and recreation. The opening of the new gymnasium provides a valuable sporting facility including an Olympic size basketball court.

Teachers give freely of their time in helping students prepare and train for these activities. Sports available to students at present include:


  • Gaelic Football

  • Camogie

  • Handball

  • Rugby

  • Athletics

  • Basketball

  • Soccer

  • Golf

  • Badminton

  • Volleyball/Spikeball

  • Table-Tennis

  • Hurling

Gaelic Football (Girls)


the Girls U-16 Football team topped their group and have qualified through to the preliminary rounds of the ulster competition.

Gaelic Football (Boys)


All three age divisions are well represented in this years football competition.


U-14's :- Our under 14s boys football team were unfortunate losers in the county final where they were beating by a lively St. Aidans Comprehensive, Cootehill.

U-16's :- Our under 16 team have made their way to a Vocational Schools A county final where they will play Breifne College, Cavan.
Seniors :- Our senior boys football team have qualified to the semi-final of the Cavan/Monaghan league where they will play Castleblaney.

Pictured is the Senior girls camogie team that were victorious in the final that was played on the 3G pitch in Kingspan/Breifne Park against St. Aidans Comrehensive, Cootehill.


Congratulations to our Senior Camogie Team who won the Cavan league. The Girls also reached the Ulster final where they were unlucky to lose to Our Ladys Secondary School, Castleblaney.


A brand new competition size one-wall handball wall has been built inside the new gym recently and is a new fast paced sport that has been introduced in the school. With the aim that as many students as possible from all years will get an experience in, and gain an appreciation for a great GAA sport. The wall and sport will be officially opened within the coming weeks.


To find out more about one-wall handball click on the link below:


Some pictures from the recent county cross country event that took place in the gaelic grounds of Kilinkere GFC. St. Clares was represented very well with some great results by Katlo Gothaang who came 4th in the Boys U-19 division, Katie Mulligan came 1st in the u-17 girls division and Finn Heaslip finished 4th in the first year boys competition.


Rugby has been newly introduced to the school. Our u14 boys recently took part in a 7 a side challenge match against Virginia College (pictured left)











We also have a strong contingent of girls that train and compete in Tag Rugby competitions (pictured left).


The girls will compete in the Danske Bank Girls School Cup Regional Qualifier on the 26th February in Virginia College.

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