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Soccer Team's Appearance in Drogheda

In light of the boys' terrific win in the MDL, the boye were asked to play at half time in Drogheda.

The winning panel, along with James C and Mark, met the players from Drogheda United beforehand and posed for pictures with them.


They then posed for a guard of honour before the match and then at half time, played a 5 aside match on the pitch, showing all the skills and touches that made them champions.


Well done to all the players on an excellent exhibition and thank you to all the parents who gave up their Fridays to accompany the boys.

Thanks also to Paul Holland who organised the exhibition match. A great experience for all!


Drumming Workshop

The students of fifth and sixth class recently enjoyed a drumming workshop, courtesy of our local bus driver, Dorian.


All the students got to see the techniques with all the different drums and all got to play the various different drums, beating out some rhythms.


All really enjoyed the experience! Thanks to Dorian for the workshop!



Girls' Mini 7s Success

Well done to the Girls' Mini 7s team who came in runners up in the recent Mini 7s competition!

Having won their way through to the county finals, the girls did extremely well on what was a very cold and blustery day in Dunganny.

Despite suffering an early loss to a superb Boyerstown outfit, the girls upped their performance to beat both Dunboyne and Trim to finish second overall.

Well done to the girls and their captains, Meadhbh and Lucy!


Boys' Soccer Success

Well done to the two boys' soccer teams who represented the school on Wednesday, 3rd April.

The first team captained by Mark, lost the first game to Kentstown but then showed their true resolve by winning the next two games, 2-0 and 4-1 with some outstanding displays.

Sterling defensive work from Max, James and Tyler, coupled with brilliant running from Mark and James in the middle made sure they held out both Wilkinstown and Headfort to a solitary goal, with James doing trojan work in goals. Austin and Ryan then supplied the goals to ensure the boys finished second in the group. Well done to the boys and their captain, Mark!


The second team, captained by Jamie won out their group and beat Kentstown in a quarter final in an enthralling game, 6-4. The semi was a lot closer with Slane leading through an early goal. However, Kildalkey upped the gears and eventually won the semi 4-1.

This means they are through to the finals next Wednesday - well done and the very best of luck to them!


Spelling Bee 2019


Well done to Ronan, who represented Kildalkey in the recent spelling bee in Trim.

Ronan did brilliantly on the day, getting through to the third round along with seven others.

Congrats to Ronan on a brilliant performance!


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