Monday 29 December 2014

Senior Football Training

Senior Football training on school pitch tomorrow at 11am. All squad expected to attend.

Thursday 11 December 2014

Positive Affirmations

Work Ethic
Daniel Tsapchuk
Extra Curricular
Andrew Berry, Jack Robinson, Jack Barrett, Thomas McGuinness, Sean Hopkins, Daniel Tsapchuk, Aaron O'Connor, Trevor Ennis.
Good Deeds
Dylan Wright, Paddy Dobbs, Lee Busher, Paddy O'Reilly, Dylan Bolger, Jason Nolan, Paul Eaves, William Cole, Adrian Morris.

Christmas Jumper Day

Friday 12th December is Christmas Jumper Day. 
Funds collected are for the Zambia Immersion Project.

U.17 Soccer

Wexford CBS 2 – 2 Enniscorthy CBS
Supersub Creane to the rescue as Bokerboys prove point.

Wexford CBS hosted Enniscorthy CBS at home in the league and had a point to prove after their dismal defeat earlier in the season. They certainly managed to do that on this day as they dominated the game for the majority, but still had to rely on two late goals from Matthew Creane to snatch a draw. Wexford began this game in Wexford Bohs pitch in impressive fashion really taking the fight to their unsuspecting opponents. Right from the off the front pairing of Cullen and Rockett combined to cause serious problems for the Enniscorthy backline. Sam O’Neill on the right wing forced the Enniscorthy keeper into a good save early on. Liam Rockett flicked on a header into the path of Gary Cullen soon after and the home captain probably had too much time to think as in his one on one position he fired a shot straight at the grateful Enniscorthy keeper. Liam Rockett was also guilty of wasting a one on one effort as the Bokerboys enjoyed a dominant spell with nothing to show for it. Enniscorthy do have some quality players and began to gradually get into the game with 5 minutes remaining in the half, some weak defensive play from Wexford was punished with moments to go in the first half on their left hand side, giving the ball to the Enniscorthy full back who played a neat pass to their right winger who whipped in a delightful cross which was met with a close range header to give Enniscorthy the lead at half time. A harsh lesson yet again for the Bokerboys.
The second half began with the Bokerboys really taking the game to their opponents some fine link up play between Liam Rockett again put in Cullen this time however he hit a wonderful strike for the bottom corner which forced a fantastic save from the away keeper to keep the home side scoreless. Enniscorthy were awarded a somewhat fortunate penalty 10 minutes into the second half as Ryan Byrne slid to dispossess an Enniscorthy attacker, the striker made the most of it and his squeals certainly convinced the ref. Enniscorthy made no mistake from the spot 2-0. Wexford rang the changes and really had to push up everything in search of a way back into this game and top spot in the group. Matthew Creane felt aggrieved not to be awarded a penalty with 15 minutes remaining as he latched onto a fine pass from fellow sub Luke O’Neill knocking it round the keeper before being taken down, but somehow the penalty was not awarded. Wexford were all over the away side and time and time again the Enniscorthy keeper pulled off save after save looking to be unbeatable. With just 2 minutes remaining Matthew Creane got on the end of a Luke O’Neill cross and finished coolly 2-1. With full time just about to arrive Liam Rockett did brilliantly to dispossess the right back before firing in a hopeful cross which Creane again got control of before calmly sidestepping one defender and finishing to level the scorelines and snatch a crucial point for the Bokerboys.  A draw was the least they deserved but the boys will certainly take it at this stage, having been two goals down with minutes remaining, this was a game where the substitutes really showed their value as the renewed vigour and energy they gave the team left Enniscorthy breathless, had this game gone on any longer it certainly would’ve resulted in a home victory. Best on the day for the CBS were Ryan Byrne, Liam Rockett, Luke O’Neill and of course man of the moment Matthew Creane.

Wexford CBS: Adam Dempsey (Wexford Albion), Aaron McGuire (North End), Jason Nolan (North End), Ryan Byrne (Wexford Bohs), Ben Butler (Wexford Albion), Sam O’Neill (Wexford Albion), Lee Busher(Wexford Youths),  Cormac Byrne(North End),  Dylan Ennis (North End), Gary Cullen (North End), Liam Rockett (Curracloe Utd), Subs: Matthew Creane (Wexford Bohs) for Ennis, Craig Kelly (Wexford Bohs) for Butler, Luke O’Neill (Wexford Albion) for S.O’Neill, Adam Carroll (Wexford Albion) for McGuire, Dion Murphy (Wexford Albion) for C.Byrne

U.17 Soccer

Enniscorthy V.C 0 – 4 Wexford CBS 
Under-17s record first victory of campaign

Wexford CBS began their league campaign away to an impressive Enniscorthy V.C side with a real point to prove. The Bokerboys felt very unhappy with their first competitive performance this season and looked to put in a display worthy of their standard. That they did against an Enniscorthy side with 7 of their senior starting team, who our own senior side struggled to beat 3-2. Enniscorthy looked to get a hold of the game and were the much more physical side from the off putting the newly arranged Bokerboys backline under pressure. Jason Nolan and Lee Busher at centre half however restricted their opponents to long range efforts which keeper Adam Dempsey dealt with comfortably. The CBS when they did get the ball forward looked very dangerous with the lively pairing of Rockett and Cullen linking up well to create space and openings. Wexford took the lead midway through the first half with Sam O’Neill running onto the end of a fine through ball from Cullen and neatly finishing into the bottom corner of the net to put the Bokerboys one ahead.
Wexford CBS grew in confidence from the moment on and Cormac Byrne in particular was running the show from the centre of midfield. Ryan Byrne moved to centre half and with debutant for the school Jason Nolan looked very assured as they kept the home side at bay, allowing no openings. Enniscorthy had some more efforts from distance which tested keeper Adam Dempsey but he was up to the challenge on every occasion. The Bokerboys doubled their lead inside 5 minutes of the second half Lee Busher hit a shot from distance which the V.C keeper parried into his own net, a soft goal to give away and one which seemed to destroy the home sides confidence. From that moment on there would only be one winner as the CBS controlled the momentum and game in general in a very confident manner. Cormac Byrne finished a flowing team move with ten minutes remaining to put the Bokerboys 3-0 up and with goal difference possibly a factor later on Gary Cullen added a fourth at the end to round off the scoring. 4-0 to the Wexford CBS, a nice victory even though it was a somewhat flattering scoreline, the Bokerboys had to contend with a good side on the day. Best on the day for CBS were Cormac Byrne, Ryan Byrne and Lee Busher.

Wexford CBS: Adam Dempsey (Wexford Albion), Aaron McGuire (North End), Jason Nolan (North End), Lee Busher(Wexford Youths),  Ben Butler (Wexford Albion), Sam O’Neill (Wexford Albion), Ryan Byrne (Wexford Bohs), Cormac Byrne(North End),  Dylan Ennis (North End), Gary Cullen (North End), Liam Rockett (Curracloe Utd), Subs: Jamie Thomas (Wexford Albion) for O’Neill, Adam Carroll (Wexford Albion) for Ennis, Craig Kelly (Wexford Bohs) for Butler, Dion Murphy (Wexford Albion) for McGuire, Cathal Kirwan (Wexford Albion) for Nolan

U.17 Soccer

Wexford CBS 1 – 4 Enniscorthy CBS
Bokerboys season begins with disappointment
Wexford CBS began their Under 17 season in a disappointing fashion, defeated at home in the Leinster Cup. The cold, wet, sloppy conditions did not aid this team’s slick passing game and they found themselves defeated in almost every battle on the field of play as a much more physical and direct Enniscorthy CBS side punished them and bringing their All-Ireland dream to an end. In a tough and physical first half Enniscorthy gradually got on top in a very physical contest in midfield, however Gary Cullen and Ryan Byrne were excellent in the centre of defence and coped well with the Enniscorthy attack. The home side were finding it difficult to find a rhythm and get into the game as they were being overpowered especially in the middle of the field. However they did manage to hold the away side at bay right until the end of the first half when a defensive slip allowed the Enniscorthy centre forward Conal Flood an opening and he lashed in a fine effort from 25 yards into the bottom corner of the net to give Enniscorthy a half-time lead. The second half saw Wexford manage to get into the game more but unfortunately they were punished as they pushed too many men forward and Enniscorthy added a 2nd. The same problem again occurred as the away side took a 3 goal lead. Impressive substitute Liam Rockett combined well with Gary Cullen to get the home side back into the game 3-1, but time was against the home side Adam Carroll came close to further reducing the margin only for a fine save from the opposing keeper. With Wexford pushing everything forward Enniscorthy again managed to punish them on the counter adding a 4th goal to complete the scoreline. It was a flattering scoreline for the Enniscorthy side but there was no doubt that they were the better side on the day. The Bokerboys were no doubt disappointed as they never showed what they could do in difficult conditions and a harsh lesson was learned. Best on this day for CBS were Ryan Byrne, Gary Cullen and Liam Rockett.

Wexford CBS: Adam Dempsey (Wexford Albion), Lee Busher(Wexford Youths), Gary Cullen (North End), Ryan Byrne (Wexford Bohs), Ben Butler (Wexford Albion), Sam O’Neill (Wexford Albion), Aaron McGuire (North End), Dylan O’Reagan (Wexford Albion), Matthew Creane (Wexford Bohs), Dylan Ennis (North End), Luke O’Neill (Wexford Albion), Subs: Liam Rockett (Curracloe Utd) for Creane, Cormac Byrne(North End) for O’Reagan,  Cathal Kirwan (Wexford Albion) for Butler, Adam Carroll (Wexford Albion) for McGuire, Craig Kelly (Wexford Bohs) for Ennis

Wednesday 10 December 2014

Zurich link with Transition Year Work Experience

Four of our Transition Year students have been offered their work experience placement in Zurich.
Sandra Healy, Robert Eden, Elaine Hayes and Jerry Fitzpatrick from Zurich's management team attended today to launch the initiative.  Congratulations to Mark Enright, Richie Kielthy, Graeme Smyth and Alex Eydt.

Stay Strong Week

Friday 5 December 2014

Cycle Against Suicide

Five of our cyclists are producing a video for the Annual CAS Conference, here is a clip.

Full video available on You Tube

Leinster Schools Senior Hurling ‘B’ championship

Wexford C.B.S.....................3-9
FCJ Bunclody......................2-9

Wexford C.B.S. held out for a deserved three points win over a determined FCJ Bunclody in the fourth round of the Leinster Schools Senior Hurling ‘B’ championship in perfect conditions in Piercestown last Monday.
The Wexford town school built up a seven point lead midway through the opening half but it was whittled down to just one (2-3 to 1-5) at half-time. The C.B.S. lads stretched ahead again in the second half when Stephen Kearney lashed in his side’s third goal but the Bunclody students refused to give in and fought all the way to the final whistle.
Some outstanding saves from C.B.S. net minder Shane McGrath frustrated FCJ Bunclody on at least four occasions and these saves together with a stellar performance from McGrath’s Faythe Harriers club mate Stephen Kearney resulted in a victory for Wexford C.B.S.
Conor Coleman’s converted free opened the scoring for the winners and the next two scores were goals at the same end as Kearney bundled the ball over the line following a scramble after a Liam Rockett shot from out the field fell short.
Minutes later C.B.S. midfielder Jack Murphy played a clever pass into the loose Conor Coleman who sent a searing shot to the net.
FCJ Bunclody responded with two pointed frees from Eoin Roberts and they began to dominate the second quarter with points from Liam Pender, Chris Turner and Peter O’Toole.
However C.B.S. pushed further ahead when Coleman converted his second free and Liam Rockett split the posts from a narrow angle but just as in their previous game versus Gorey C.S. the Wexford town school conceded a goal just before the half-time whistle when Chris Turner finished off a bout of ping-pong around the C.B.S. goalmouth.
Mikey Coleman – now in attack – got C.B.S. on the front foot early in the second half but points from Eoin Roberts and a sharp Chris Turner kept FCJ Bunclody hot on their heels.
Entering the final quarter Stephen Kearney began to exert his control on the game. Operating at centre-forward Kearney availed of a great catch by Conor Coleman to point and did the donkey work himself to get another point minutes later.
In the 47th minute Kearney snatched a centre from Dylan Hynes and sent the ball to the net which put his side 3-6 to 1-7 ahead but back came the Bunclody students and they peppered Shane McGrath’s goal but couldn’t find a way past him until eventually a mazy run by Eoin Kelly set up Chris Turner and his shot found the net.
Darragh Rossiter and Nicky Lawlor – both now at midfield for C.B.S. – began to get a grip on that area and their side edged the remaining ten minutes by 0-3 to 0-2. FCJ’s scores both came from the stick of Chris Turner whereas Kearney’s converted free along with crucial points from Mikey Coleman and Nicky Lawlor were enough to seal a narrow and hard-fought victory for Wexford C.B.S.
Both sides failed to qualify from this group as Gorey C.S. (8pts) and Enniscorthy C.B.S. (6pts) advanced to the knock-out stages. Wexford C.B.S. (4pts) finished in third position with F.C.J. Bunclody (2pts) in fourth and Wicklow Schools (0pts) at the bottom of the group.
Wexford C.B.S.: Shane McGrath (Faythe Harriers); Padraig Rossiter (St. Martin’s) Nicky Lawlor (Faythe Harriers 0-1), Joe Redmond (Shelmaliers Capt.); Cormac Byrne (Faythe Harriers), Daniel Lynch (Faythe Harriers), Mikey Coleman (St. Martin’s 0-2); Jack Murphy (Faythe Harriers), Conor Fenlon (Glynn-Barntown); John Hamilton (St. Martin’s), Ciaran Kirwan (Faythe Harriers), Darragh Rossiter (St. Martin’s); Conor Coleman (St. Martin’s 1-2, 0-2 frees), Stephen Kearney (Faythe Harriers 2-3, 0-1 free), Liam Rockett (Shelmaliers 0-1).
Subs: Dylan Hynes (Faythe Harriers) for P. Rossiter (St. Martin’s), Dylan Dixon (Blackwater) for Lynch inj., Stephen Rossiter (Shelmaliers) for Fenlon inj.
FCJ Bunclody: Conor Coleman (Duffry Rovers); Diarmaid Crean (HWH-Bunclody), Paddy Hobbs (St. Patrick’s), Michael Farrell (Rapparees); David Foley (Ballinkillen, Carlow), Ciaran Pender (Duffry Rovers), Michael O’Leary (Duffry Rovers); Eoin Roberts (Ballinkillen, Carlow 0-3 frees), Eoin Kelly (HWH Bunclody); Peter O’Toole (Ferns 0-1), Andrew Kelly (HWH Bunclody), Andy Doyle (St. Patrick’s); Liam Pender (Duffry Rovers 0-1), Chris Turner (Ferns 2-4), John Dunne (HWH Bunclody).
Subs: Colm Redmond (Duffry Rovers) for Crean, Josh Meaney (Burrin Rangers, Carlow) for O’Leary, Gavin Watchorn (Duffry Rovers) for Doyle, Cian Fitzhenry (Duffry Rovers) for Dunne.

Ref: John Bennett (Tullogher-Rosbercon).

Leinster Schools Senior Hurling B Championship

Gorey CS........................1-20
Wexford CBS..................1-8
The senior hurlers of Gorey Community Schools completed the group stages of the Leinster Schools ‘B’ championship with a 100% record following this twelve point victory over a brave and defiant but ultimately outclassed Wexford CBS last Thursday in Gorey CS.
As a result Gorey CS face Callan CBS in the quarter-final this week while Wexford CBS fail to qualify from the group. Group runners-up Enniscorthy CBS will take on Abbey CC (Ferrybank) in the last eight.
Wexford CBS dominated the opening fifteen minutes but only led by 0-4 to 0-2 as Stephen Kearney (2), Conor Coleman (free) and Liam Rockett pointed whereas Gary Molloy grabbed a brace for the home side (one free).
It was a tied game at 0-4 all on twenty minutes after Molloy converted a ’65 and a free but it was at this stage that Gorey upped the pace and they raced into a 0-9 to 0-6 lead with Dickie Murphy’s half-time whistle approaching as Molloy continued his hot form from frees along with points from Aidan Doyle and influential midfielder Cathal Dunbar.
Conor Fenlon and Stephen Kearney kept CBS in touch but they suffered a killer blow just before the break when James Lynch pounced on a rebounded save by Jack O’Leary and rattled the net to leave six points between the sides (1-9 to 0-6).
Gorey continued their dominance in the second half as Cathal Dunbar showed his class with four points from play and Gary Molloy continued to punish an overworked CBS defence with accurate free-taking.
CBS’s Liam Rockett flicked home a goal in the 40th minute to make the score 1-14 to 1-6 but the Gorey students kept them at arm’s length with a spread of points before the end from Molloy, Dunbar and a trio of fine scores by James Lynch.
In fairness Wexford CBS – in their first year at this grade – never gave up and fought until the end but they found it extremely difficult to score throughout the game while the Gorey lads scored much easier despite a strong showing from the CBS defence led by Nicky Lawlor, Daniel Lynch and Ciaran Kirwan while Stephen Kearney was the pick of their attack.
Gorey had strong performances from Ollie Doran, Cathal Dunbar, James Lynch, Yusif Frih and Gary Molloy and can look forward to the rest of the championship with confidence as they are a well balanced and hard working side.
Gorey CS: Darragh Hughes (Naomh Eanna); Eoin Molloy (Naomh Eanna), Eoin Corcoran (Ballygarret); Ross Murphy (Naomh Eanna); Jack Cullen (Naomh Eanna), Ollie Doran (Craanford), Kevin Harrington (Naomh Eanna 0-1); Rhys Owley (Tara Rocks), Cathal Dunbar (Ballygarret 0-5); James Lynch (Naomh Eanna 1-3), Yusif Frih (Liam Mellows), Gary Molloy (Naomh Eanna, 0-10 7 frees, 1 ’65); Tiernan Doyle (Naomh Eanna), Aidan Doyle (Naomh Eanna 0-1), Kevin Byrne (Liam Mellows).
Subs: Cillian Donohoe (Naomh Eanna) for A. Doyle, Eanna Carroll (Blackwater) for Murphy, John Kehoe (Naomh Eanna) for Byrne, Seamus O’Donnell (Naomh Eanna) for Harrington.
Wexford CBS: Jack O’Leary (Volunteers); Cormac Byrne (Faythe Harriers), Nicky Lawlor (Faythe Harriers), Daniel Lynch (Faythe Harriers); Jack Murphy (Faythe Harriers), Ciaran Kirwan (Faythe Harriers), Joe Redmond (Shelmaliers Capt.); Conor Fenlon (Glynn-Barntown 0-1), John Hamilton (St. Martin’s); Darragh Rossiter (St. Martin’s), Liam Rockett (Shelmaliers 1-1), Mikey Coleman (St. Martin’s); Conor Coleman (St. Martin’s 0-2 frees), Stephen Kearney (0-4, 1 free), Rob Donnelly (Buffers Alley).
Subs: Kevin Corrigan (Blackwater) for Fenlon inj., Padraig Rossiter (St. Martin’s) for M. Coleman, Stephen Rossiter (Shelmaliers) for C. Coleman.

Ref: Dickie Murphy (Rapparees).

Wednesday 3 December 2014

Christmas Fair

U.15 Soccer

Wexford C.B.S...2  Arklow C.B.S....1
The U-15 Soccer Team who came from behind to beat Arklow CBS 2-1 in their final group game to book a semi-final spot after Christmas. Goals: Leon Nolan, Todd Hynes.
Team: Luke Moloney, Reece Murphy,  Cian Foley(capt),  Kallum Broaders, Tre Long, Gary Hall-Roche, Ciaran Carthy, Justin Butler, Leon Nolan, Shane Bergin, Todd Hynes.

Subs: Gary Carroll, Cian Whelan, Jamie Dawson, Scott Keeling, Josh Kavanagh, Liam Godkin, Dylan French, Jack Byrne, Shane O’Neill, Ryan Lynch, David Harte.

Wednesday 26 November 2014

Inspirational Visitor

Marie Casey Breen gave a talk to the TY’s today.Marie has just recently returned home from representing Ireland at Ironman World Series triathlon in Kona in Hawaii.This consists of a 4 km sea swim.. 180km cycle and full marathon.Marie is 62 years young and battled cancer just two short years ago.

An inspiration to us all.

County Wexford Cross Country

Congratulations to all our athletes who competed in the County Cross Country championships at JFK Park today. Over 500 students took part in a great days racing. Well done to our Senior team of Jack Crean, Nicky Lawlor, Conor Fenlon, Eoin McDonald, David Dempsey and Ciaran Kirwan who won team gold in the 3000m race. Our Intermediate team finished in fourth place, while the Junior team  of James Crean, Callum Broaders, Gary Hall-Roche and Shane Doyle took Bronze. Joshua Porter and Jordan Sinnott performed very well at Minor level.
All athletes will continue to train for the South Leinster Championships which take place  after Christmas.

Tuesday 25 November 2014

Positive Affirmations

Work Ethic
Angelo Miculescu, Tony Wilde, Cormac Monaghan.
Extra Curricular
Shaun Hartigan, Adam Dempsey, Daniel Tsapchuk, Lee Donohue, Daniel Kalchev, Adam Kehoe, Eoin Corish, Conor Brennan, Riley, Thomas McIntyre, Manus Harte, Sean Stafford, Jack Cuningham, Shane O'Leary, Dean Healy Manus, Jakub Pakula, Alex Saunders, Cory Furlong, Adam Minicucci, Shane McGuinness, Reece Murphy, Adam Mahon, Adam Moriarty, Richie Lawlor, Josh Mahon, Kyle Long.
Good Deeds
Liam Roche, Noel O'Brien, Cormac Byrne, John Brady, Justin Butler.
Merit Points Leaders
First Year - Hamilton, Newton, Pythagoras,
Second Year - Ash, Cedar
Third Year - Meehan

SCT Rugby

Wexford C.B.S.....10  St. Conleth's.......31
Hard luck to our Senior rugby team who were defeated in the McMullen Cup second round by St. Conleth's on the new 4G pitch at Donnybrook . St. Conleth's were very strong and got off to a great start. Wexford battled hard and Captain Conor Fenlon , who was by far the best player on display, led by example. While Wexford battled hard they were always playing catch up.
We know go into the shield competition, hopefully we can advance in that.

Monday 17 November 2014

Rugby SCT

Wexford CBS.......46  East Glendalough.......22
Our Senior rugby team began the defence of the McMullen Cup today against East Glendalough, Wicklow. Alex Ryan opened the scoring after 11 minutes with a well taken try. Kevein Birney aded the conversion. Captain Conor Fenlon was next to cross the opposition line which was again converted by Kevin Birney. EGL responded with two quick tries reducing the deficit to 14 - 10. The Bokerboys hit a purple patch before half-time with tries from Aaron Carley and John Hamilton, both converted by Kevin Birney who was in superb kicking form. He also added a penalty before the whistle blew to end a productive half for Wexford, leaving them leading 31 - 10 .
Wexford opened the second half strongly, another Birney penalty and a try from Ian Bennett extended the lead to 39 - 10. EGL managed a couple of tries before Chris Vickery put the final nail in their coffin, again Birney added the extra points, bringing the Wexford total to 46 points.
This was a solid performance and will have to repeated on Thursday when we travel to Dublin to play St. Conleth's in round 2.

Friday 14 November 2014

Positive Affirmations

Work Ethic
Lee O'Connor, Dylan Bolger, Lee Donohue, Adam Kehoe, Mason Power, Eoin Corrish, Joshua Murphy, Alan Browne, John Brady, Ryan Hodge.
Extra Curricular
Martin Keogh, David Corrish, Con McIntyre, Angelo Micuselcu, John Brady.
Good Deeds
Ben Anthony Donnelly

Merit Point Leaders
First Year - Hamilton, Newton, Pythagoras,
Second Year - Ash, Cedar
Third Year - Meehan

U. 15 Soccer

U-15 Soccer Team who beat Gorey CS 4-1 in their third group game on Friday 7th Nov.
Goals: Todd Hynes(2), Leon Nolan, Shane Bergin..
Team: Luke Moloney, Reece Murphy,  Cian Foley(capt),  Kallum Broaders, Tre Long, Gary Hall-Roche, Ciaran Carthy, Todd Hynes, Justin Butler, Shane Bergin, Leon Nolan.

Subs: Scott Keeling, Cian Whelan, Gary Carroll, Jamie Dawson, Jack Byrne, Ryan Lynch, Liam Godkin, David Harte, Josh Kavanagh, Shane O’Neill, Glen Murphy Butler.

Business Quiz Winners

CBS Wexford were the winners of the CIMA Business Quiz for the South East Region held in WIT on Wednesday 12/11/14. The team members were 3rd Year students Martin Kehoe, Angelo Miculescui, Con Mc Intyre and David Corish and their teacher was Mrs. Barry. The team were in second place at half time to St. Kieran’s College, Kilkenny and went on to take the title. The boys will go on to compete in the National Final in Thurles in April 2015. Congratulations boys and best of luck in the final. 

Wednesday 12 November 2014

Stay Strong Week

First Year
Launch of Wristband
First Year Assembly Monday @ 9.50am Venue: GYM
Contains Anti-bullying Policy, Acceptable Use Policy, Cyber-bullying Information, What to do if you are being cyber-bullied at school.
 Wed 9.50 (DH, RI, CH, JR)
Drop everything and exercise –Class Press Up Session
Talk on Cyber-bullying by Colin Browne
Friday 9.50-10.30 Euclid/Pythagoras   Venue: Music Room
Friday 10.30-11.10 Hamilton/Newton   Venue: Music Room
Second Year
Tuesday 18th @ 9.05am – 11.10am Venue TBC Presentation by Stephen Dargan (Aware) on Positive Mental Health
9.05am-10.05am –Group 1 (A-H) 
10.10am- 11.10am – Group 2 (I-Z)
Wed 12.00 (CS, PW, BC, CK)
Drop everything and exercise –Class Press Up Session
Anti-bullying Survey (Ph. D. Research Dublin Business School)
Friday 21st November

Third Year
Wednesday 19th @ 9.05am – 11.10am Venue TBC Presentation by Stephen Dargan (Aware) on Positive Mental Health
9.05am-10.05am –Group 1 (A-H)  10.10- 11.10 – Group 2 (I-Z)
Monday 1.45 (FD, SA, PK, CH)
Drop everything and exercise –Class Press Up Session

Transition Year-
Wednesday 20th 1.45pm-3.15pm Presentation by Marie Casey Breen (Head Strong)
 Friday 11.20am (RI, JN, and PW)
Drop everything and exercise –Class Press Up Session

Fifth Year
Health Walk Friday 21st @ 11.20am-12.45pm
Theme “The Road to success is often paved with failure”
Answer sheet to be filled in. Prizes for Best Answers.
Anti-bullying Survey (Ph. D. Research Dublin Business School)
Friday 21st November

Sixth Year
Health Walk Tuesday 18th @ 9.05am
Theme “The Road to success is often paved with failure”
Answer sheet to be filled in. Prizes for Best Answers.


Gorey C.S 1 – 1 Wexford CBS 
Wexford CBS came away from fierce rivals Gorey Community School with a well-deserved draw on Friday 7/11/2014 after a tough, tense game of superb quality. As always with these two sides the football on show was of a high standard. Gorey took the game to the Bokerboys from the off and really took the upper hand in midfield from the offset. Wexford CBS were put under enormous pressure, every time they lost possession Gorey came charging at them in a quality team effort pressing hard down the wings looking to create an opening. Wexford CBS were weathering the storm quite well and gradually gaining a foothold in the game until around 15 minutes into the game disaster struck. CBS were sloppy in possession at the back and really should’ve cleared their lines but failed allowing the home side an effort on goal which was deflected over for a corner kick. From the resulting corner Wexford again failed to clear with some sluggish defending presenting Gorey with an opportunity from which they fired in a low cross from the left which deflected off a CBS player into the net. 1-0 down. Gorey continued to press and their right winger was having a major impact within the game and causing Wexford a number of problems. Towards the end of the first half the Bokerboys galvanised themselves Darragh Rossiter was having a great game at left back and was driving the side forward as much as he could, Cian Doyle won a free kick wide on the left, Rossiter swung in a dangerous ball with Gorey failing to clear properly it took an outstanding save from Corey Chambers to keep Gorey ahead. However the Bokerboys felt aggrieved as they felt they should’ve been awarded a penalty, Eoin MacDonald was dragged to the ground as he followed the rebound but somehow the ref missed it. Wexford continued to have the better of it for the rest of the first half forcing a couple of corners and Mikey Lawlor and Jessie Farrell both firing over decent efforts.
The beginning of the 2nd half was a nervy affair for the Bokerboys after some farcical play, Tony Crosbie attempted a back pass to unsuspecting keeper Dylan Bolger who was forced to clear hastily, straight to a Gorey midfielder who almost left the CBS with egg on their faces after his well-placed effort rebounded off  the inside of the post into Bolger’s arms. Gorey pressed again seeing a left wing cross bounce off the top of the crossbar. However the momentum was soon to swing entirely Wexford’s way, coinciding with the introduction of the lively John Hamilton who gave a passionate display full of energy and added a physical edge they were lacking on the left, the Bokerboys upped to their tempo and game to an entire new level, it was fantastic to watch as they played truly exceptional football as they hunted for a goal. Eoin MacDonald and Cian Doyle turned the game on its head from the centre of midfield and were dominating through the middle putting Gorey on the back-foot, Mikey Lawlor got on the end of a Farrell through-ball and as he pulled the trigger was taken down inside the box, but still no penalty awarded. Wexford were throwing everything at Gorey and Shane McGrath came close to scoring a spectacular effort from distance but his effort was tipped just over, every CBS player can be proud of their part as the team in its entirety combined from then on working together and really displaying again their best efforts. Jessie Farrell and substitute Shaun Donoghue came close with efforts. With ten minutes remaing and third time lucky the CBS were awarded a penalty after a Gorey player used his hand to block a through ball played towards Cian Doyle. Darragh Rossiter stepped up and fired home into the right hand corner of the Canadian international keepers net. A well-deserved equaliser for the Bokerboys who dominated the second half. Gorey looked to respond but found the central defence pairing of Ryan Byrne and Lar Stoutt in no mood to allow any openings. CBS pressed themselves looking for a winner but Gorey stood up well too. A fair result, after a tough but brilliant match. There was a feeling that these two sides may meet again in this competition as they did in the final of the under 16 competition three years ago, with very little to separate these two it may well be an exciting encounter yet again, however at this stage the Bokerboys have played both Pres Bray and Gorey C.S away from home and in 5 games are yet to lose. The team have built great momentum which they will need to carry forward as they progress through the competitions. Another fantastic team performance full of heart and courage as well as some top quality football, yet again all substitutes were used making a tremendous impact a real strength of this team is the strength in depth they possess. Best on this day for CBS were Lar SToutt, Darragh Rossiter, Jessie Farrell, Cian Doyle and man of the match Eoin MacDonald

Wexford CBS: Dylan Bolger (North End), Aaron Goodison(Wexford Bohs), Lar Stoutt (North End), Ryan Byrne (Wexford Bohs), Darragh Rossiter (Forth Celtic), Mikey Lawlor (North End),  Eoin MacDonald (Wexford Youths), Dylan Dixon (Blackwater), Cian Doyle (Wexford Celtic)  Jessie Farrell (North End), Shane McGrath (Wexford Bohs) Subs: Tony Crosbie (North End)for Goodison, John Hamilton (Forth Celtic)  for Dixon, Shaun Donoghue (Unnatached) for Lawlor, Gary Cullen (North End) for McGrath, Emmett Ryan (North End) for Farrell

Tuesday 11 November 2014

Stay Strong Week

Stay Strong Week will run from Monday 17th November to Friday 21st November. See school notice boards for full list of activities planned.

Science Week

The school will be celebrating National Science Week with a number of events this week.The Transition Year students will be holding a Magic Show. There will be lunchtime videos on every element of the Periodic Table. There will also be a Science Workshop for all First Year students on Wednesday 19th November. They will run from 11.45am - 12.45pm  and from 1.45pm to 2.45pm.
There will be two different interactive presentations covering forensic science and matters to do with the digestive system.

Golf News

Hard luck to our Senior Golf team of Jack McGarry, John Brady, Alex Brady, Lee Whelan and Sean Hopkins on their loss to St. Andrews in the Leinster Q-Final in Woodenbridge G.C. yesterday.
Despite a great performance from John Brady, who won the first match 5 and 3, we eventually went down 4-1 in attrocious conditions.

C.B.S. Has Talent

Bokerboys blitz Bridgetown

Bridgetown V.C 0 – 7 Wexford CBS 
Wexford CBS continued their league campaign away to Birdgetown V.C. The boys began brightly and Eoin MacDonald gave the Bokerboys an early lead sliding home a cool curling low placed shot which left the keeper with no chance after a fine team move. Bridgetown responded well and forced Dylan Bolger into a couple of saves but in truth Wexford CBS upped the tempo and dominated possession creating numerous chances but to no avail as a determined Bridgetown outfit gave everything they had to keep the away side at bay. When the CBS did manage to get in behind the Birdgetown defence they found a keeper in excellent form who pulled off a number of quality saves from Shane McGrath and Jessie Farrell, the pick of which was a one handed effort to push away a well-placed Farrell header. Bridgetown could be pleased with their first half efforts as the half ended 1-0 to Wexford CBS.
The Bokerboys brought on returning stalwart Cian Doyle at half time and upped their tempo in a hunt for goals, which soon began to flow freely. Good work from Farrell and McGrath combined to play in Cian Doyle, Bridgetown’s right back intercepted the ball but pressure from Doyle forced him into knocking it over his own goal line for a 2-0 lead. The CBS simply blew their opponents away from this point on with Cian Doyle himself adding another 2 minutes later his pace left his marker for dead as he latched onto a fine ball from McGrath before coolly slotting home a neat finish into the left hand corner of the net. Next up was McGrath himself whose persistence and hard work won him possession inside the box before he finished making it 4-0. Darragh Rossiter added a 5th from the spot. Wexford rang the changes throughout the half and the subs were playing fantastic football Shaun Donoghue in particular causing problems for the home team from the right wing. Substitute Liam Rockett made it 6 with a stunning strike from the edge of the box finding the top corner of the net with a ferocious strike after receiving the ball. Another substitute Rob Donnelly completed the scoring in a short second half with a moment of tremendous individual skill, receiving the ball from a fantastic pass from Alex Bergin, flicking over one player before finishing with a well-placed effort to leave the score at 7-0 to the Bokerboys. Some irresistible football played in Bridgetown by the Bokerboys, the team has really found its rhythm now and will need to continue to produce such quality in tougher ties which will lie ahead.

Wexford CBS: Dylan Bolger (North End), Aaron Goodison(Wexford Bohs), Lar Stoutt (North End), Tony Crosbie (North End), Ryan Byrne (Wexford Bohs),  Mikey Lawlor (North End),  Eoin MacDonald (Wexford Youths), Darragh Rossiter (Forth Celtic), Dylan Dixon (Blackwater), Jessie Farrell (North End), Shane McGrath (Wexford Bohs) Subs: Cian Doyle (Wexford Celtic) for Crosbie, Liam Rockett (Curracloe Utd) for McGrath, Shaun Donoghue (Unnatached) for Lawlor, Emmett Sinnott (North End)  for Goodison, Rob Donnelly (Killenagh) for Farrell, Alex Bergin (Wexford Bohs) for Dixon, Padraic Rossiter (Forth Celtic) for MacDonald, John Hamilton (Forth Celtic) for D.Rossiter, 

Monday 10 November 2014

Bokerboys grab fantastic victory with exceptional team performance

Presentation College, Bray 1 – 2 Wexford CBS 
Wexford CBS travelled up to Greystones to take on Wicklow-Wexford rivals Pres Bray in the 2nd round of the Leinster cup, a depleted squad missing some key players and came away with a phenomenal victory with a fantastic display of grit, determination and team spirit. After struggling to victory in their first 2 games the stakes were raised here for this cup tie as CBS faced an opponent of real quality. Pres Bray started the game at a high tempo and put the Bokerboys under pressure but the defending from the away side was resilient and impressive as they held their opponents at bay, restricting them only to long shots, which Dylan Bolger dealt with comfortably. As the game went on CBS gradually got a foothold and began to get on top creating a couple of good openings but Pres Bray defended well. The Bokerboys soon took the lead after an excellent move involving front pairing Jessie Farrell and Shane McGrath who linked up well to play in onrushing winger Mikey Lawlor who timed a run to perfection before calmly slotting home to the keepers right side to put the CBS 1-0 up. This was a game of top quality with both sides moving the ball well when in possession.  Pres Bray received a freekick deep in their own territory after a disputable call and played a direct ball to their striker who controlled the ball well before chipping over Bolger to level the score, a harsh lesson for the Bokerboys. CBS however responded brilliantly with Lawlor, McGrath and Farrell again linking up well this time Farrell was played in and he made no mistake when given the chance to put the CBS 2-1 ahead. Mikey Lalwor came close to adding a 3rd just before half time with the same three again linking up but saw his effort rebound off the post.
The second half saw the renewal of a tense affair but gradually the CBS began to get on top with Eoin MacDonald and Dylan Dixon dominant in midfield. Pres Bray threw everything they had at the CBS but found no joy with captain Lar Stoutt giving an immense display at centre half alongside Ryan Byrne again allowing the home side no clearcut opportunity on goal. Darragh Rossiter filling in at left back was also faultless and started many key moves from that position. With 15 minutes remaining the CBS should have ensured victory after more fine work from Lawlor on the right Jessie Farrell struck the crossbar and the rebound fell to John Hamilton who fired just over with the goal wide open. Pres Bray did manage to find their way in close to the end but at a tight angle they fired an effort wide. Aaron Goodison came on and helped shore up the backline for the tiring Emmett Sinnott. The substitutes all played their part in this game Shaun Donoghue came on the left and made a fine run down the left flank before squaring to Farrell who finished only to see the referee disallow the goal with a dubious decision.  Emmet Ryan and Liam Rockett both came on up front and linked up well to play in Ryan who was unlucky not to score. As the game wore on it was clear there was only going to be one winner, the substitutes brought on upping the tempo against a tiring Bray side. The final whistle was blown with a feeling of jubilation for the CBS as they progressed to a home tie in the last 16 of the competition. On the day it was an amazing team performance with every player giving their all and for the first time this season the Bokerboys showed their true potential and class, that level of performance will galvanise the team and the same and more will be needed as they continue in this competition. Best on the day from an outstanding collective performance were Stoutt, MacDonald and Lawlor. However it must be noted that the most pleasing aspect of this win was the manner in which the boys supported each other and exemplified all that is good about team sports.
Wexford CBS: Dylan Bolger (North End), Emmett Sinnott (North End) , Lar Stoutt (North End), Ryan Byrne (Wexford Bohs), Darragh Rossiter (Forth Celtic),  Mikey Lawlor (North End),  Eoin MacDonald (Wexford Youths), John Hamilton (Forth Celtic), Dylan Dixon (Blackwater), Jessie Farrell (North End), Shane McGrath (Wexford Bohs) Subs:Liam Rockett (Curracloe Utd) for McGrath, Shaun Donoghue (Unnatached) for Hamilton, Aaron Goodison(Wexford Bohs) for Sinnott, Emmet Ryan (North End) for Farrell

Positive Affirmations

Work Ethic
Jack Barrett, Andrew Berry, Robert O'Leary, Cathal Crowe, Rory Sheil, Issac Doyle, Shane Flood, Eoin Mahon, Kean Kehoe, Sean Carley, Paul Bailie.

Good Deeds
James Freeman, Noah Santschi-Cooney, Manus Hatre.

Hurling Teams

South Leinster Junior Hurling B Championship round 3

Wexford CBS................................4-11
FCJ Bunclody................................3-9

Group leaders FCJ Bunclody visited Pairc Charman for this round three championship game played in splendid sunshine on a superb surface. The away team enjoyed the wind in the first half of what was a very even 30 minutes.
Luke Dowdall did all the graft for Jordan Hayes to fire to the net in the fifth minute but at the other end the Bunclody boys were lashing over the points and after ten minutes it was 1-1 to 0-3. Cian Rossiter worked hard to win possession for Jordan Hayes to point.
Hayes scored a fine individual point moments later and then Jack O’Leary bundled the ball over the line after a mazy run. However Bunclody registered a goal of their own just before the break as the CBS defence was caught out. It was 2-3 to 1-6 at the break.
CBS dominated the third quarter with the wind helping them. Chris Cowman and Jack O’Leary pointed and then Cathal Kirwan cleverly passed to Luke Dowdall who skilfully batted the ball to the net. This put CBS 3-5 to 1-6 ahead. Three further points from Jordan Hayes (from a free won by Ben McMahon), Cormac Byrne and Jordan Hayes stretched the lead.
Back came Bunclody and they struck for two goals as some strong first team players ** were introduced towards beginning of the final quarter. However, the Boker boys showed great attitude and Jack O’Leary fired home a cracker of a goal to make it 4-8 to 2-8.
Cathal Kirwan was fouled for Jordan Hayes to convert, Cian O’Connor split the posts from a Cathal Kirwan pass and centre-back and captain Cormac Byrne fired over the last point to seal the win. FCJ’s third goal arrived before Cormac Byrne’s point.
This was by far Wexford CBS’s best performance of the year and it’s a shame the team didn’t show this attitude, commitment and work in their previous games.
Wexford CBS: Kevin Corrigan; Ben Hayes, Adam Dempsey, Ryan McLoughlin; Philip Rawson, Cormac Byrne (Capt. 0-2), Shane Hall; Jack O’Leary (2-1), Chris Cowman (0-1); Jordan Hayes (1-5 0-2 frees), Cathal Kirwan, Luke Dowdall (1-0); Ben McMahon, Adam Howlin, Cian Rossiter (0-1).
Subs: Aaron Clancy for McLoughlin, Cian O’Connor (0-1) for Howlin, Mahai Poptile for Dowdall.
Ref: Sean Whelan.

Attitude of the Game Award: Cian Rossiter & Adam Dempsey.  

South Leinster Junior Hurling B Championship

Enniscorthy CBS..........................7-10
Wexford CBS................................3-5

Enniscorthy CBS overpowered their Wexford counterparts in this second round championship match. After ten minutes Wexford led by 0-2 to 0-1 but the soft concession of three goals in a short space of time midway during the first half decided the contest.
Cathal Kirwan found Kevin Corrigan for the opening point of the game as Wexford CBS enjoyed a bright start. Philip Rawson passed to Corrigan for CBS’s second point shortly afterwards but that’s where it ended for the Bokerboys as the home side took over.
At half-time the score was 5-6 to 0-2. Wexford were transformed on the restart. Cian Rossiter smacked in a goal after twenty seconds but Enniscorthy replied with their sixth goal from the puck out. Undeterred Wexford kept at it and were rewarded with Kevin Corrigan’s pulled goal and Luke Dowdall’s goal.
However, the Enniscorthy ran out very comfortable winners.
Wexford CBS face FCJ Bunclody in the last round but unfortunately can’t qualify for the knock out stages.
Wexford CBS: Danny Walsh; Ryan McLoughlin, Cathal Kirwan, Cody Murphy; Adam Dempsey, Cormac Byrne, Philip Rawson; Ben McMahon, Shane Hall; Jordan Hayes (0-1), Ian Bennett, Terry Whitty; Cian Rossiter (1-0), Kevin Corrigan (1-4, 0-1 free), Luke Dowdall (1-0).
Sub: Ben Hayes for McLoughlin, Cian O’Connor for Rossiter.
Ref: Dickie Murphy.

South Leinster Junior Hurling B Championship

Gorey CS..........................4-10
Wexford CBS...................1-6

Wexford CBS were in the game at half-time when the score was 1-6 to 1-3 in favour of Gorey CS but a second half fade-out led to the home side winning quite comfortably in the end.
Granted two of the Gorey goals came in the closing stages or ‘garbage time’, a return of just three points in the second half was disappointing.
The opening period was evenly contested as both defences were on top. Gorey opened the scoring with a goal but CBS responded through two Jordan Hayes pointed frees. After 19 minute sit was 1-3 each as Chris Cowman had squeezed a ground shot to the net following pressure exerted on the Gorey keeper by Jack O’Leary. Nicky Kelly had very cleverly placed Jordan Hayes for a point just beforehand.
Gorey went back in front before the break with three points but as both sides rested in the half-time sun, it was anybody’s game. CBS were making too many mistakes up front to make an impression and needed to be more clinical.
However it was Gorey who grabbed the scores and had taken a commanding 2-8 to 1-4 lead entering the fourth quarter. CBS’s point came following a nice move involving Jack O’Leary and Jordan Hayes before Chris Cowman pointed.
Cody Murphy pointed a free after Cian Rossiter was fouled and Jordan Hayes got CBS’s last point after a foul on Shane Hall.

Wexford CBS:
Adam Howlin (Shelmaliers); Shane Hall (Faythe Harriers), Cathal Kirwan (Faythe Harriers), Adam Dempsey (Faythe Harriers); Nicky Kelly (Faythe Harriers), Cormac Byrne (Faythe Harriers), Aaron Clancy (St. Martin’s); Ben McMahon (Volunteers), Cody Murphy (Blackwater, 0-1 free); Luke Dowdall (Volunteers), Chris Cowman (Shelmaliers, 1-1), Jordan Hayes (St. Martin’s 0-4, 3 frees); Terry Whitty (Faythe Harriers), Jack O’Leary (Volunteers), Philip Rawson (St. Anne’s).
Subs: Cian Rossiter for Rawson, Ryan McLoughlin (St. Mary’s Rosslare) for Whitty, Ben Hayes for Dowdall, Cian O’Connor for Clancy.
Ref: Joe Kelly.

Attitude award (grip): Cathal Kirwan 

Leinster Schools Senior Hurling ‘B’ championship

Enniscorthy CBS.............................2-18
Wexford CBS.................................2-12
A stunning final ten minutes sealed the two points on offer for Enniscorthy CBS last Friday in the first round of the Leinster Schools Senior Hurling ‘B’ championship in Bellefield.
The game was finely poised as it entered the 50th minute as Wexford CBS held a slender two point lead (1-12 to 2-7) but the home side went up a gear while their opponents stalled and as a result the Enniscorthy students hit eleven points in a row to ease home.
The sides were level at half-time (1-4 to 0-7) and on many occasions throughout but it was in the final ten minutes that the winners showed their experience and craft to engineer the victory.
The Wexford lads were ahead by 0-2 to 0-1 after five minutes thanks to two converted Conor Coleman frees with Conal Flood replying for Enniscorthy CBS. The Wexford students had more possession in the opening half but found it quite difficult to get scores through poor decision making and sloppy wides.
They did however open up a 0-6 to 0-3 lead after 20 minutes but a fine goal by Seamus Casey as he ghosted in behind the defence put Enniscorthy CBS back in the game against the run of play.
Wexford CBS thundered into the second half and grabbed an early 1-1 through Conor Coleman and looked set to build a platform for victory with a 1-8 to 1-4 lead.
However, Robert Byrne availed of a defensive lapse to find the net for the home side and this spiced up proceedings. Both sides exchanged points through Conor Coleman and Stephen Kearney (Wexford CBS) and Paul Larrissey and Conal Flood (Enniscorthy CBS).
Entering the final ten minutes the game was finely poised at 1-12 to 2-7 but Enniscorthy CBS seized control of the game all over the field and rattled off eleven points in a row mainly through Seamus Casey’s frees and Conal Flood - who was picking up loose ball in midfield and surging forward to score at will.
Jack Murphy lashed home a goal in injury time for the Boker boys but it was a disappointing end to the game but also a harsh lesson for Wexford CBS who were very competitive for fifty minutes in their first game at this level for a considerable time.
Enniscorthy CBS: Diarmuid Byrne (Monageer-Boolavogue); Peter Breen (Monageer-Boolavogue), Ronan Gahan (Shamrocks), Conor Lawless (Oulart-The Ballagh); Damien Reck (Oylegate-Glenbrien), Paul Larrissey (Crossabeg-Ballymurn, 0-2), Kieran Lambert (Oylegate-Glenbrien); Ciaran Hourihane (Oylegate-Glenbrien), Conal Flood (Cloughbawn, 0-5); Patrick Cullen (Crossabeg-Ballymurn), Robert Byrne (Crossabeg-Ballymurn, 1-0), Owen Dempsey (Buffers Alley, 0-2); Diarmuid Fenlon (Monageer-Boolavogue), Murtha Doyle (Oulart-The Ballagh, 0-2), Seamus Casey (Oylegate-Glenbrien, 1-7, 0-4 frees, 0-1 sl).
Wexford CBS: Jack O’Leary (Volunteers); Padraig Rossiter (St. Martin’s), John Hamilton (St. Martin’s), Daniel Lynch (Faythe Harriers); Darragh Rossiter (St. Martin’s), Joe Redmond (Shelmaliers, Capt.), Mikey Coleman (St. Martin’s); Nicky Lawlor (Faythe Harriers), Ciaran Kirwan (Faythe Harriers, 0-1); Rob Donnelly (Buffers Alley, 0-1), Conor Fenlon (Glynn-Barntown), Jack Murphy (Faythe Harriers, 1-0); Stephen Kearney (Faythe Harriers, 0-2), Liam Rockett (Shelmaliers), Conor Coleman (St. Martin’s, 1-8 0-5 frees).
Subs: Kevin Corrigan (Blackwater) for P. Rossiter, Cormac Byrne (Faythe Harriers) for D. Rossiter.

Ref: John Bennett

Thursday 6 November 2014

Senior Soccer

Wexford CBS 3 – 2 Enniscorthy V.C
Forth Celtic Duo Strike For C.B.S.
Wexford CBS continued their start to the campaign with another hard-fought victory at Wexford Celtic. The CBS did not find things as easy as they may have hoped against a fiercely determined Enniscorthy V.C side who played without any fear or pressure. Dylan Bolger was forced into an early save after some neat play from the away side. The boker boys punished Enniscorthy soon after exposing their out of position right back as Darragh Rossiter found clubmate John Hamilton with a neat pass, Hamilton raced onto it and finished from a one on one position to put the boys 1-0 up. The game was proving to be a battle especially in the centre of midfield where Enniscorthy were matching the home side. Darragh Rossiter doubled the advantage with an excellent finish from the edge of the box after some really nice football from the Bokerboys. The home side were only showing in flashes what they could do and will need to work on their consistency in approach for future games. Enniscorthy pulled a goal back making it 2-1 with a headed finish from a corner. Wexford upped their tempo again and Rossiter added his second after some fine work from Mikey Lawlor to finish from close range. Enniscorthy pulled a goal back in injury time with another headed effort from a set piece. The full time whistle was blown 3-2 to the Bokerboys but yet to show their best over a full game.

Wexford CBS: Dylan Bolger (North End), Emmett Sinnott (North End) , Lar Stoutt (North End), Tony Crosbie (North End), Ryan Byrne (Wexford Bohs) , Mikey Lawlor (North End),  Eoin MacDonald (Wexford Youths), Gary Cullen (North End),  John Hamilton (Forth Celtic), Darragh Rossiter (Forth Celtic), Jessie Farrell (North End), Subs: Shane McGrath (Wexford Bohs)for Sinnott, Dylan Dixon (Blackwater)for      Hamilton, Shaun Donoghue (Unnatached) for Lawlor, Liam Rockett (Curracloe Utd) for Farrell, Aaron Goodison(Wexford Bohs) for MacDonald 

Senior Soccer

Ramsgrange C.S 2 – 4 Wexford CBS
Wexford CBS made hard work of qualifying from their first round cup tie against a determined and resilient Ramsgrange side in Duncannon. The Bokerboys boys began the game brightly and took an early lead with Eoin MacDonald rifling home a fine finish after a free flowing team move. The CBS dominated in terms of possession and should really have added to their lead but for some exceptional goalkeeping from Corey Doran in the Ramsgrange goal.Wexford lost the influential Cian Doyle following a nasty head collision midway through the first half. The CBS were made to pay for such complacency as Ramsgrange twice hit the on the break first levelling the score with a neat finish from a well worked move down the right hand side. Just before halftime the home side took the lead, Mikey Lawlor was guilty of overdoing things and lost the ball in a dangerous area and Stephen Creevy on the left wing for Ramsgrange hammered in a stunning strike from 25 yards to give the lead to the determined home side. In the second half it was all Wexford with the odd breakaway from Ramsgrange from which Dylan Bolger managed to keep them at bay, CBS pushed and pressed but were finding it almost impossible to find a breakthrough with the home keeper and defence giving everything to hold the lead, however Darragh Rossiter was taken down in the box with ten minutes remaining he dusted himself off and coolly finished from the spot to level the game. Wexford CBS were unable to find a breakthrough for the remainder of normal time and it was the first half in extra time when they finally managed to take the lead with Jessie Farrell prodding home from close range after another fine save from Doran. Farrell added a second to give the Bokerboys a 2 goal cushion in the 2nd half of extra time and kill off the game for a hard-fought victory. Best on this day for CBS were Rossiter, MacDonald and Farrell

Wexford CBS: Rob Donnelly (Killenagh), Mikey Lawlor (North End), Lar Stoutt (North End), Tony Crosbie (North End), Emmett Sinnott (North End), Shaun Donoghue (Unattached), Eoin MacDonald (Wexford Youths), Darragh Rossiter (Forth Celtic), Cian Doyle (Wexford Celtic), Jessie Farrell (North End), Dylan Dixon (Blackwater), Subs: John Hamilton (Forth Celtic) for Doyle, Dylan Bolger (North End) for Donnelly, Ryan Byrne (Wexford Bohs) for Donoghue, Gary Cullen (North End) for Lawlor  Aaron Goodison (Wexford Bohs) for Sinnott

Wednesday 22 October 2014

C.B.S. Has Talent 2014

The annual school talent show will take place in Dun Mhuire on Thursday Nov.13th. 
Shows are on at 2pm and evening show at 7.30pm.
A great nights entertainment displaying a wide range of talents.

Soccer U.15

U-15 Soccer Team who beat Bridgetown VC  3-2 in their second group game on Tuesday 21st Oct.
Scorers: Todd Hynes, Kallum Broaders, Ciaran Carthy.
Team: Luke Moloney, Reece Murphy,  Cian Foley(capt),  Kallum Broaders, Tre Long, Gary Hall-Roche, Ciaran Carthy, Todd Hynes, Justin Butler, Shane Bergin, Leon Nolan.
Subs: Cian Whelan, Scott Keeling, Jamie Dawson, Gary Carroll, Ryan Lynch, Liam Godkin, Dylan French, David Harte, Jack Byrne, Shane O’Neill.

Thursday 16 October 2014

U.16 Golf

Jack McGarry, John Brady and Adam Dempsey who finished fourth in Bray in the Leinster Schools qualifying tournament.

Lau-Gar Champion

Congratulations to Fifth Year student Dale White, who won two gold medals and a silver at the recent Irish Championships in Dublin. He competed in the -60kg category winning an individual medal and a team title. He also won an individual silver in the Kung Fu section. Well done Dale.

Positive Affirmations

The following students have been commended by their teachers.
Work Ethic:
Ryan Healy, Shane Doyle, Aaron Breen, Oisin Kehoe, Marc Thomas, Cian Foley, Chris Flood, Dakota Rossi, Manus Harte.
Extra Curricular:
Aaron McGuire, Conor Colemanh

Good Deeds:
Lee O'Connor, Darragh Kehoe, Shane Jordan, Abdul Wahab, Angelo Miculescu, Sean Beale, Corey Mahon, Domantas Sniezka, Dylan McDonald.

Merit Points:
First Year: Hamilton 170, Newton 170, Pythagoras 170, Euclid 155.
Second Year: Ash 170. Cedar 170. Oak 145, Birch 120
Third Year: Meehan 170, Heaney 155, Boland 155, Yeats 140.

Monday 13 October 2014

Soccer U.15

Under 15 Soccer team who defeated Enniscorthy VS 5-0 recently. Goals scored by Todd Hynes 2, Shane Bergin 2 and Justin Butler.

Student Council

The following students were elected to the student council for this school year 2014-15
First Year: Cormac Sinnott, Conor Bent, Thomas O'Keeffe
Second Year: Robert Borhan, Ryan Healy, Ryan Kavanagh, Philip Cullen
Third Year: Lee Walsh
Transition Year: Ibar Quirke, Richard Cleary
Fifth Year: James Freeman, Hugh Fanning, Eoin Hickey
Sixth Year: Jack Eagan, Conor Lynott, Eoin O'Connor

First Year Rugby

Well done to our First Year rugby players who enjoyed a Blitz in Rark Lane on Friday last. They played against Eniscorthy C.B.S. ,Wexford V.C, Bridgetown VC and Ciolaiste An Atha. We won two and lost two. Many were playing their first game of rugby and it was great to see their enthuasim for the game.

Positice Affirmations

Work Ethic
Jack Barrett, Alex Bergin, Andrew Berrt, Calum Berry, Conor Bolger, Jason Busher, Tony Crosbie, Ryan D'Arcy, David Dempsey, Cian Dotle, TJ. Ferguson, Jason Guerrine, James Kavanagh, Dylan Hynes, John Hamilton, Diarmuid McClannon, Eric McGuire, Miscaeh McNulty, Sean Monahan, Donal Moore, Craig Murphy, Eoin O'Connor, Narcious Perejan, James Scallan, James Sommers, David Tormey, James Walsh, Corey Mahon, P.Kirwan, M.Walsh

Friday 3 October 2014

School Mass

The annual school mass was celebrated in Bride St. Church on Wednesday last. School Chaplin Fr. Brian Whelan lad the entire school in prayer as we expressed our hopes for a successful school year ahead. The message of the day was 'Carpe Diem', seize the day. The choir sang beautifully and well done to all involved in the organisation.