Sunday 28 October 2012

Happy Halloween

Wexford Junior Football ‘C’ Blitz Oct.25th 2012

Wexford CBS comfortably won the Wexford section of the Leinster under 16½ Football blitz in Taghmon when they had big wins over Bridgetown VC and New Ross VC. Ramsgrange CS pulled out of the competition. In the first game, CBS won by 3-14 to 0-0. Scorers Ciaran Kirwan 0-7, Shane McGrath 1-2, Jesse Farrell 1-1, Conor Coleman 1-0, Nicky Lawlor 0-1, John Hamilton 0-1, Dylan Dixon 0-1, David Tormey 0-1. In round two, the Bokerboys overcame Bridgetown VC by 5-4 to 1-2. Shane McGrath accounted for 3-0 while Ciaran Kirwan got 1-2, Darragh Rossiter 1-0, Dylan Dixon 0-1, Stephen Kearney 0-1. Wexford CBS progress as Wexford champions to meet the Wicklow champions in the South Leinster semi-final in December.Panel: Cian Doyle, Tyrone Kirwan, Nicky Lawlor, Ciaran Kirwan, Joe Redmond, David Tormey, John Lacey, Lee Dryburgh, Conor Coleman, Conor Fenlon, Darragh Rossiter, Dylan Dixon, Shane McGrath, Stephen Kearney, John Hamilton, Jesse Farrell, Graham Kelly, Liam Rockett, Jack Creane, Stephen Cullen, James Somers, Emmett Sinnott.

Thursday 25 October 2012

All Ireland School's Talent Show

The fireworks were not the only trail-blazers in Wexford town on Wednesday night. A tremendous well done is owed to a number of very talented CBS students who took part in the "All Ireland School's Talent Show" in Whites Hotel.
Competing for a place in the national final of the competition were groups "LmJ" (Luke Jackson, Marty Mullally and Jack Robinson) and "The Krew" (Nathan Donovan, Danny Fitzpatrick and Chris Murphy-Kehoe). Solo performers were Mark Hayes, Emmet O'Connor, Danny Fitzpatrick, Nathan Donovan (accompanied by Chris) and Marty Mullally.
On the night the CBS talent dominated the competition that also included numerous performers from other county Wexford schools.
Congratulations to those competitors who were successful in progressing to the next stage of the competition - the regional final! We wish you all the best of luck.
Through to the next round are:
Emmet O'Connor
The Krew
Marty Mullally
Nathan Donovan
Danny Fitzpatrick
A special mention also goes out to Adam Busher (6th year) who managed the stage crew at the event.

Wednesday 24 October 2012

Senior Rugby - Development Cup 3rd Rd.

Wexford C.B.S. ...51 New Ross C.B.S. ...3

A comprehensive victory today at Park Lane for the Seniors. New Ross fought bravely but were never in a position to cause an upset. Wexford did what was required but their execution in general was poor. Too many handling errors and poor quality of passing is not good. However their were some excellent aspects to their play when needed. If this team is to progress they will have to raise the skill level, which is well within their capabilities. Tries from Collie Joyce-Ahearne 3, James Byrne, Gavin Byrne, John Joe Browne, Jos Healy, Dylan Lawlor and Ciaran Kavanagh did the damage. Conversions were added by Dylan Lawlor 2 and Eoin Roche

Team: James Roche, Steve Roche, James Byrne, Darragh Comiskey, Michael Maguire, Gavin Byrne, David Kavanagh, Collie Joyce-Ahearne, Conor Fenlon, Eoin Roche, Mickey Roche, Josh Healy, Ruairi Devereux, J.J. Brown and Liam Barry.
Subs used: Ciaran Kavanagh, Dylan Lawlor, Richie Cleary, Tomas Barry and Dean Kehoe.

Wexford meet Colaiste Bhride, Carnew in the Quarter Final on Nov.7th

Rugby - Junior Development Cup 2nd Rd.

Wexford C.B.S. ...7   Scoil Chonglais, Baltinglass ...24

Bokerboys were out gunned by a better side at Park Lane today. Falling behind to an early try served to spur the Wexford lads into action and Captain Callum Murphy responded with a well taken try which was converted by Kevin Beirney. While Wexford battled hard and Chris Vickery carried some great ball, they struggled to act as a cohesive unit. This is a panel of  players new to the game and there is great talent among them. The Shield competition will give them another oppertunity to gain valuable experience and develop their skills and understanding of the game.

Team: Michael Lalor, Callum Murphy, Nigel Donohue, Joe Redmond, Stephen Rossiter, Johnny Hamilton, Paul Bailey, Aaron Smythe, Kevin Bierney, Jason Guerrine, Ryan O'Rourke, Calum Berry, Ken Corcoran, Chris Vickery, Eoin Hickey.
Subs: Conor Coleman, Everett Johnson, Aaron Carley, Cian Allen, Jason Dilworth.Stephen Kearney, Darragh Rossiter

Monday 22 October 2012


A Chara Clonard GAA club is in the process of developing a five year Club Development Plan, which will map out the future direction of our Club. To facilitate full community participation in this process we are holding a Club Planning open workshop on Monday 12th November 2012 in Coolcotts School at 7.30pm for all our members and all in the community who may feel their input is relevant and wish to have their say in our future development.
Those present will discuss all aspects of club activity and the discussions will be facilitated by Senior National and County GAA Officials Your attendance with or without commitment at this milestone event, for our club would be greatly appreciated.
Sean O Leary Club Chairman

Under 15 Soccer

Wexford CBS 8-2 Wexford VC
Wexford CBS produced a dominant display to dispose of Wexford VC in their first game of the Wicklow-Wexford School league. The CBS got an early lead through Ryan Busher’s long ball forward which the VC goalkeeper let squirm past him to the net. Five minutes later and Wexford VC equalised. A weak punch by goalkeeper Conor Coleman fell to a VC attacker and he thumped it to the back of the net. Wexford CBS began to dominate. Michal Kaluzny broke forward at will down the flank. A neat through ball found Michael Lalor and he easily made it 2-1. Matthew Creane broke forward and produced a superb finish to the roof of the net. Micheal Lalor was played in again, another good finish made it 4-1 to the CBS. CBS’s backline of Dylan O’ Regan, Lee Busher, Alex Lohier and Ryan Busher was by now well on top. Half-time Wexford CBS 4-1 Wexford VC.
The second half began with CBS pushing forward, Dylan Ennis leading numerous attacks from the middle tried a shot from long range, goal! 5-1. CBS sub: Jack Houghton for Mark Doyle.
Michael Lalor got his hat-trick with another neat finish. 6-1.
A free-kick awarded to CBS was cleverly dispatched to the net by Dylan O’ Regan. 7-1.
CBS were rampant, Cormac Byrne playing a holding midfield roll kept the CBS strong at midfield.
CBS Subs: Cathal Kirwan for Ryan Busher, TJ Cousins for Matthew Creane.
Dylan Ennis played a nice pass to Jack Houghton but Jacks efforts were thwarted by a VC defender. Dylan O’ Regan offering encouragement at every opportunity linked up well with Jack Houghton again, unfortunately a suspect offside decision stopped Jack in his tracks. Another Dylan Ennis shot had VC’s keeper scrambling  but the crossbar came to his aid. TJ Cousins had an effort just flash wide. Wexford CBS subs: Adam Dempsey for Conor Coleman, Enda Doyle for Michael Lalor.
A rare VC break and they produced a goal. Adam Dempsey was unlucky not to prevent the attacker curling the ball to the net. CBS attacked without reward in the last ten minutes.
Full-Time Wexford CBS 8-2 Wexford VC.
Wexford CBS produced a good performance. Stronger opposition lie in wait, but with the effort shown today CBS will be there or thereabouts come trophy time.

Wexford CBS: Conor Coleman, Alex Lohier, Mark Doyle, Dylan O’ Regan, Ryan Busher, Dylan Ennis, Cormac Byrne, Michal Kaluzny, Michael Lalor, Matthew Creane.
Subs: Jack Houghton, Cathal Kirwan, TJ Cousins, Enda Doyle, Adam Dempsey, Lee Whelan.

Sunday 21 October 2012

Met Life Stadium, Home of the New York Giants.

The Bokerboys on Tour were spotted in Met Life Stadium New Jersey, at The Giants v Washington Redskins game. They witnessed a dramatic conclusion as RG111 put The Redskins ahead, but with a little over a minute left on the clock, Manning threw a touchdown pass to Cruz to get the win for The Giants.

Friday 19 October 2012

Bokerboys in New York

Positive Affirmations and Merit Tables

Work Ethic:
Andrew Gibbons, Adam Flaherty, Sam O'Neill, Aaron Smith.
Extra Curricular:
Cian Doyle
Good Deeds:
Andy Wongprachan, Matthew Currid.
Merit Tables
First Year: Boland 150, Neaney 150, Meehan 150, Yeats 135
Second Year: UCC 150, UCD 150, UCG 135, TCD 135.
Third Year: Ash 120, Birch 150, Cedar 135, Oak 110, Pine 135.

Thursday 18 October 2012

CBS claim Keevans Cup: First Year Blitz

After a feast of football the First Years of Wexford CBS claimed the Keevans Cup (Roinn 2) in fine style last Tuesday at Parc Charman with victories over Enniscorthy CBS ‘B’ and ‘C’ teams, St. Peter’s College ‘B’ (twice) and Good Counsel ‘B’.
Coached and prepared by teachers Mr Davey and Mr Smith, the Wexford CBS students enjoyed five wins in the day-long blitz. The results of the day went as follows:
Group stages - Round 1: Wexford CBS 6-7 Enniscorthy CBS ‘C’ 1-0. Scorers: Jordan Hayes (4-1), Luke Dowdall (1-2), Leon Nolan-Cullen (1-0), Cathal Kirwan and Ben Butler (0-2 each).
Round 2: Wexford CBS 1-6 St. Peter’s College ‘B’ 0-2. Scorers: Jack O’Leary 0-3 (1 free), Ryan Busher 1-0, Luke Dowdall, Matthew Currid and Shane Hall (0-1 each).
Round 3: Wexford CBS 1-4 Good Counsel ‘B’ 1-0. Scorers: Jordan Hayes (1-1), Eoin Reck (0-2), Leon Nolan (0-1).
Semi Final: Wexford CBS 4-9 Enniscorthy CBS ‘B’ 0-1. Wexford CBS progressed to the final of the Keevans Cup with a comfortable win over the Enniscorthy CBS second team. From the throw-in the Boker Boys dominated with Jordan Hayes raising white flags with three fine points.
More points were to come from Luke Dowdall and the hard working wing forward Phil Rawson as the Wexford town students dominated proceedings. The best score of the first half came from the left boot of Luke Dowdall after he cut through the Enniscorthy defence to rifle the ball to the top corner of the net to leave the half time score at 1-5 to 0-0 in favour of Wexford CBS.
The second half was much the same as the first. Stout defending from Cathal Kirwan and David McDonald kept Enniscorthy at bay while tiresome work from midfielders Jack O’ Leary and Leon Nolan ensured that the Boker Boy forwards had a rich supply of possession. Matthew Currid burst through the Enniscorthy rear-guard to bury the ball into the back of the net after three minutes. Ben Butler and Cathal Kirwan added a point each before Luke Dowdall enhanced the Wexford school’s lead with a brace of points.
Jordan Hayes exploited some hesitant defending to add another goal to his side’s tally. Phil Rawson registered the last score of the game with a well taken goal in the dying seconds. Best for the Boker Boys in an outstanding team performance were Peter Doyle, Cathal Kirwan, Leon Nolan-Cullen, Jack O’Leary, Philip Rawson, Luke Dowdall and Jordan Hayes.
Wexford CBS: Adam Howlin (Shelmaliers); Darragh Whelan (Clonard), David McDonald (unattached), Peter Doyle (St. Mary’s Mauldintown); Eoghan Reck (Volunteers), Cathal Kirwan (Sarsfields 0-1), Jamie Thomas (St. Mary’s Mauldintown); Jack O’Leary (Volunteers), Leon Nolan-Cullen (St. Mary’s Maudlintown); Philip Rawson (St. Anne’s 1-2), Luke Dowdall (Volunteers 1-3), Ben Butler (Sarsfields 0-1); Ryan Busher (Volunteers), Jordan Hayes (St. Martin’s 1-2), Shane Hall (Sarsfields 0-1).
Subs: T.J Cousins (unattached) for Shane Hall, Matthew Currid (Volunteers 1-0) for Ryan Busher, Ben McMahon (Volunteers) for Jack O’Leary, Aaron Kinsella (Volunteers) for Eoghan Reck, Cian Rossiter (Volunteers) for Jamie Thomas.
Final: Wexford CBS 3-5 St. Peter’s College ‘B’ 0-2. The Keevans Cup winged its way back to Wexford CBS following this convincing victory over St. Peter’s College B team. CBS repeated their group game victory as they led from the start and notched up three points from Jordan Hayes (0-2) and Shane Hall (0-1) before St. Peter’s had registered their first point.
The Boker Boys responded to St. Peter’s opening score when Luke Dowdall continued his goal scoring exploits from the semi-final by thundering the ball to the back of the net five minutes before half time.
Following this Jordan Hayes added to his first point with another well taken point before Luke Dowdall pointed again. The half-time score was Wexford CBS 1-4 St. Peter’s 0-2.
CBS were in no mood to take their foot from the pedal and started the second half strongly once again. Peter Doyle, Eoin Reck and Jamie Thomas defended doggedly against any St. Peter’s attack while Leon Nolan-Cullen and Jack O’Leary dominated midfield once again. The running of Luke Dowdall, Jordan Hayes and Phil Rawson caused the St. Peter’s defence many problems.
The intense pressure from the Boker Boys paid off when they won a thirty yard free from the St. Peter’s goal. Jack O’Leary stepped up and from the placed ball struck the top corner of the goal with a bullet of a shot.
Luke Dowdall matched his first half tally with another goal and a point before the referee blew his final whistle. CBS had outstanding performances in David McDonald, Cathal Kirwan, captain Jack O’Leary, Luke Dowdall and Jordan Hayes.
Wexford CBS: Adam Howlin; Darragh Whelan, David McDonald, Peter Doyle; Eoghan Reck, Cathal Kirwan, Jamie Thomas; Jack O’Leary (1-0), Leon Nolan-Cullen; Philip Rawson, Luke Dowdall (2-2), Ben Butler (0-1); Matthew Currid (1-0), Jordan Hayes (0-2), Shane Hall (0-1). 

Wednesday 17 October 2012

Handball 'One Wall'

Well done to Alan Browne and Adam Walsh who competed in The World 'One Wall' Handball Championships at City West recently.

South Leinster Senior Hurling ‘C’ Round 2

Wexford CBS................6-9            Ramsgrange CS............1-8

FIVE second half goals against Ramsgrange CS in Ramsgrange ensured Wexford CBS finished top of their South Leinster Senior Hurling ‘C’ group and graduated to the semi-final of the competition recently.
The half-time score was 1-6 to 0-3 as CBS struggled to shake off their determined opponents. The home side led by 0-2 to 0-1 after ten minutes but around the quarter-hour mark, CBS eventually began to transfer their dominance on to the score board.
Points from Sean Stafford, John Bridges, Eoin Roche and Mark Hayes gave the Bokerboys a 0-4 to 0-2 lead after 17 minutes and that stretched to 0-6 to 0-3 with Stafford’s second score and point following a nice move involving Joe Redmond, Nicky Lawlor and John Bridges which resulted in a point for Eoin Roche.
It got much better for the visitors just before the break when John Bridges and Stephen Kearney combined to send in Eoin Roche for a fine goal.
Ramsgrange were still in the game at the break but as the second half went on CBS pulled away with the help of five goals. Eoin Roche got his second after a John Bridges pass and Sean Stafford set up Evan Dunbar to make it 3-7 to 0-5 after 40 minutes.
The Ramsgrange students struck back with a goal of their own but almost immediately CBS replied through Sean Stafford and soon after Nicky Lawlor and Mikey Coleman placed Evan Dunbar for goal number five.
In the closing stages Stephen Kearney did the donkey work for Sean Stafford to score his second goal with a stinging shot to the corner.
Once CBS got into their stride they were impressive but massive improvements are needed if they are to go further in this competition. They play the winner of the clash between Ballyhale VC and Colaiste Bhride Carnew in the semi-final.
Best on the day were John Hamilton, Jason Kearns, Ciaran Kirwan, Jamie McDonnell, Sean Stafford and Eoin Roche (in the second half).

Wexford CBS:
Rob Donnelly (Buffers Alley); Liam Barry (Faythe Harriers), James Somers (Faythe Harriers), John Hamilton (St. Martin’s); Jason Kearns (Volunteers), Ciaran Kirwan (Faythe Harriers), Nicky Lawlor (Faythe Harriers); Jamie McDonnell (Faythe Harriers Capt.), Joe Redmond (Shelmaliers); John Bridges (Faythe Harriers 0-3, 1 f), Evan Dunbar (St. Martin’s, 2-0), Mark Hayes (St. Martin’s, 0-1); Sean Stafford (St. Martin’s, 2-3), Eoin Roche (Faythe Harriers 2-2), Joe McBride (Volunteers).
Subs: Stephen Kearney (Faythe Harriers) for Joe McBride, Mikey Coleman (St. Martin’s) for Mark Hayes.

Tuesday 16 October 2012

New York Bound

Group of Transition Year students en route to New York for their exchange programme with Iona Prep.

Monday 15 October 2012

Junior Rugby Development Cup Rd.1

Wexford C.B.S....47   Bridgetown V.S ...10

A comprehensive win for the Juniors today in what was a first game for many of the players involved. They certainly acquitted themselves very well, and the future looks bright at The Boker in relation to rugby matters.
Captain Callum Murphy was on the score sheet after four minutes, when he finished of a backline move, to score near the posts. Kevin Bierney was on target with the conversion. Michael Lalor, Kevin Bierney and Chris Vickery all added firther tries before half-time. Kevin Bierney kicked another two conversions to make it 26-0 at the break.
Wexford have a big strong team, with lots of players always available to carry the ball. This pressure took its toll on the Bridgetown defense and a further two tries from Callum Murphy and one from Chris Vickery were more than enough to account for the opposition. Kevin Bierney again kickedall three conversions to bring his tally to 17.
Well done to all, keep showing up at training and keep learning. There is lots of room for improvement.
Team: Michael Lalor, Callum Murphy, Nigel Donohue, Joe Redmond, Stephen Rossiter, Johnny Hamilton, Paul Bailey, Aaron Smythe, Kevin Bierney, Jason Guerrine, Ryan O'Rourke, Calum Berry, Ken Corcoran, Chris Vickery, Eoin Hickey.
Subs: Conor Coleman, Everett Johnson, Aaron Carley, Cian Allen, Jason Dilworth.

Junior Rugby Squad 2012-13

Saturday 13 October 2012

Best Wishes To The Harriers

Best wishes are extended to all involved with The Faythe Harriers as they embark on their County Hurling quest on Sunday in Wexford Park. Many past pupils are involved and hopefully they will have a great afternoon in The Park.

C'mon the Harriers!!

Wednesday 10 October 2012

Senior Rugby - Leinster Development Cup Rd.2

Wexford C.B.S....55   Enniscorthy C.B.S....3
A blistering start to this game saw Wexford cross the Enniscorthy line twice in the first 8 minutes. Both tries were scored by Collie Joyce-Ahearne one which was converted by Eoin Roche. This is an experienced Wexford side and they capitalised on this good start with some scintilating rugby. A powerful scrum, a rapid clean-out drive, excellence in the lineout and the swift movement and handling by the backline led to further scores from Josh Healy, Ruari Devereux, Darragh Comiskey and Conor Fenlon. Eoin Roche kicked two conversions. All this before half time and before Enniscorthy registered their first score, a penalty. Leading 36-3 at the break Wexford,were cruising.
The second half saw more of the same and Enniscorthy conceded to uncontested scrums. The result was now secure and further tries by Josh Healy, Steve Roche and Collie Joyce-Ahearne wrapped up the win. Both Eoin and Collie added a conversion each to finish off a very successful afternoons work.

Team: James Roche, Steve Roche, James Byrne, Darragh Comiskey, Michael Maguire, Gavin Byrne, David Kavanagh, Collie Joyce-Ahearne, Conor Fenlon, Eoin Roche, Mickey Roche, Josh Healy, Ruairi Devereux, J.J. Brown and Liam Barry.
Subs used: Evan Dunbar, Ciaran Kavanagh, Dylan Lawlor, Richie Cleary, Tomas Barry and Dean Kehoe.

Thank you Padre for the pics.

South Leinster Junior Hurling B Championship Round 2

Wexford CBS...............0-9         Enniscorthy CBS................7-12

Believe it or not but after 28 minutes, the score was 0-7 to 0-6 in favour of Enniscorthy CBS in Pairc Charman last Tuesday as Wexford CBS were well in the game. However, the visitors pounced on defensive errors and hit 2-1 in the final two minutes of the half to retire with an eight point lead (2-8 to 0-6).
Wexford CBS never recovered from these hammer blows and registered just three second half points while their opponents struck for five goals to put a rather lopsided look on the score.
However, there can be no doubt as to who the better team was as the home side never really threatened to score a goal and relied on placed balls for frees.
Liam Rockett gave Jack Murphy a delightful pass over his shoulder for the latter to give Wexford CBS an early lead but the Enniscorthy lads rifled over the next two points before Shane McGrath was fouled and Stephen Kearney converted his first free to level the match.
Two further Stephen Kearney frees ensured the game was even at 0-4 after 15 minutes and the ding-dong nature of the game continued right up until half-time when Enniscorthy struck for their 2-1.
Wexford CBS couldn’t muster the fight back required and instead it was the visitors who pulled away with goals coming regularly throughout the second half.
Ciaran Kirwan’s ’65 and frees from Stephen Kearney were all Wexford CBS could reply with and it was Enniscorthy who registered the win which qualifies them from the group in second place.

Wexford CBS: Adam McDade; Cormac Byrne, James Somers, Kevin Harte; Darragh Rossiter, Ciaran Kirwan (Capt. 0-3 2 frees, 1 ‘65), Daniel Lynch; John Hamilton, Joe Redmond; Mikey Coleman, Stephen Kearney (0-5 frees), Luke Byrne; Jack Murphy (0-1), Shane McGrath, Liam Rockett.
Subs: Dylan Hynes for Mikey Coleman, David Tormey for Jack Murphy, Emmett Sinnott for Shane McGrath, Padraig Rossiter for Luke Byrne.
Ref: James Flood.

Sunday 7 October 2012

Congratulations To Collie

Congratulations to Collie Joyce-Ahearne who was a member of the Leinster U.18 rugby team that defeated Munster 10-7, in Thomond Park on Sunday last, maintaining their 100% record in the Inter Pro competition. They now face Ulster in the semi - final after Christmas.

TY Visit Kildalton

TY trip to Kildalton College

Last Friday the entire Transition Year of C.B.S. descended on Kildalton College in the picturesque Suir Valley in Piltown, Co. Kilkenny. Kildalton is the largest agricultural training college in the country and is the leading provider of training in Equine Studies, Machinery, Agriculture and Horticulture.
Close links have been developed with the nearby Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) and over 500 students are currently studying in Kildalton.
The C.B.S. boys were treated to a series of introductory lectures showing off in great detail the various courses that are on offer in Kildalton. Many of the courses have follow on degree courses in WIT.
At the horticulture station, nursery and plant propagation was explained and the students were shown the half acre indoor glass area for the plants as well as the half acre plot outside. They were also witness to processes such as cutting and sticking of saplings and the very high skill practise of grafting.
A further point of interest was that they use as few chemicals as possible on the various plants. They use an integrated pest management system where the pests such as vine weevils, spider mites and slugs and snails are treated not with sprays but with nematodes, predatory mites and parasitic wasps.
Next up was the Hard Landscaping Construction station where ground design and maintenance took place. This is where the students learn how to build walls, fences, decking, water features and put down paving stones.
At the Turf Grass station, the lecturer showed the boys some sample golf greens that they maintain on site, and explained all about the grass used in the various stadiums in the world such as Croke Park and the Aviva. The students at Kildalton also learn how to maintain facilities such as horse tracks and bowls.
Another very interesting part of the courses was machine maintenance. Students learn how to look after tractors, but also how to service smaller garden machinery such as lawnmowers, hedge trimmers, strimmers and rotivators.
Over in the equine section, the boys saw the horses and their stables and were informed about all the various jobs and tasks involved with horses.
The boys were accompanied by Mr Walsh, Ms Hennebry, Ms Roche, Mr Howlin and Mr. Siggins.

Thursday 4 October 2012

Positive Affirmations and Merit Points

Work Ethic
Brian Underwood, James Maxwell, Jack Mathews, Callum Cleary, Ben Creane, Matthew Curid, Adam Flaherty, Andrew Gibbons, Kyle Long, Adam McGuire, Christopher O'Dowd, Aaron Walsh, Martin Kehoe, Angelo Miculesco, Jack Pierce, Cian Rossiter, Tony Wilde.

Extra Curricular
Mark Hayes, Nathan Donovan, Chris Murphy-Kehoe, Adam Busher, Danny Fitzpartick, Fabio Luongo, Ted Bergin, Marty Mullaly, Robert Donnelly, Luke Jackson, Jack Robinson.

Good Deeds
Ethan Hall

First Year
Boland - 140, Heaney - 140, Meehan - 140, Yeats - 110
Second Year
UCC - 140, UCD - 140, UCG - 125, TCD - `125
Third Year
Ash - 110, Birch - 140, Cedar - 125, Oak - 100, Pine - 125.

South Leinster Senior ‘C’ Hurling Championship

Wexford CBS............4-14
New Ross VC............2-12

A RETURN OF 2-7 from Joe Coleman and an effective man marking job from Joe Redmond ensured that Wexford CBS returned home from O’Kennedy Park with victory after a tight and tough encounter with New Ross VC in the opening round of the South Leinster Senior ‘C’ Hurling championship played last Tuesday.
The home side enjoyed the strong wind in the first half and made the early running to lead by 0-3 to 0-1 after ten minutes. CBS eventually settled and Coleman began to exert his influence as he tagged on three points and received support from John Bridges and Gary Murphy who also pointed.
The Ross side brought the game back to level terms at 0-5 each but after 16 minutes Joe Coleman bundled the ball in over the line despite some rigid defending. CBS added points from Mark Hayes and Eoin Roche placed John Bridges for another but the Wexford school couldn’t shake off a determined New Ross side that had an excellent centre-forward from Kilkenny who was making a nuisance of himself both from play and from frees. Joe Redmond was switched from the forwards to curtail the danger and did a superb job.
Minutes before the break, Joe Coleman registered his second goal to give the CBS a 2-9 to 0-10 interval lead.
It became 3-9 to 0-10 seconds into the new half when a fine passing move involving Stephen Kearney, John Bridges, Joe Coleman and Sean Stafford led to Joe McBride finishing to the net.
The home side stuck at it and maybe went for goal too early where they found Rob Donnelly in no mood to let in goals as he made several saves.
The pressure eventually told and New Ross VC were awarded a penalty which was goaled. However at the other end a fine Joe Coleman catch and a clever pass resulted in John Forde having space to pull the ball to the net.
Another goal arrived a few minutes later – this time for the home side which left the score at 4-10 to 2-12 entering the final ten minutes. It was the CBS forwards who closed out the game with the last four points coming from Jason Kearns, Stephen Kearney and a brace from Joe Coleman.  
It was a solid performance from the Wexford lads but there were plenty of errors which need to be ironed out if they are to be successful. Best on the day were Richie Cleary, James Somers, Jason Kearns, Joe Redmond and Joe Coleman. Next up for CBS is a trip to Ramsgrange and a victory would result in a place in the South Leinster semi-final.
Wexford CBS: Brad Cohen (St. Martin’s); Richie Cleary (Clonard), James Somers (Faythe Harriers), Liam Barry (Faythe Harriers); Jason Kearns (Volunteers 0-1), Sean Stafford (St. Martin’s), Gary Murphy (Faythe Harriers, 0-1); John Bridges (Faythe Harriers, 0-2), Jamie McDonnell (Faythe Harriers); Joe Redmond (Shelmaliers), Eoin Roche (Faythe Harriers 0-1), Mark Hayes (St. Martin’s, 0-1); Joe McBride (Volunteers 1-0), Joe Coleman (2-7, 3 f, 1 ’65), John Forde (Shelmaliers 1-0).
Subs: Nicky Lawlor (Faythe Harriers) for Gary Murphy, Stephen Kearney (Faythe Harriers, 0-1) for Mark Hayes, Rob Donnelly (Buffers Alley) for Cohen all half-time.
Ref: John Bennett.