Thursday 23 March 2017

County Enterprise Award Winners

Congratulations to Cillian Doyle, Ist Year, who was joint 3rd place in the Junior Section and Also to Conor Keane, 2nd Year, who was second place in the Intermediate Section. Well done and bset of luck at the next stage.

Wednesday 22 March 2017

County Enterprise Awards

Ceili Against Suicide

On Wednesday last all the Secondary Schools in Wexford town came together for the Annual Ceili Against Suicide, the brainchild of Ms. Ivers. It was hosted by The Talbot Hotel this year and once again proved to be a huge success, with around 400 students getting involved in the various dances and soaking up the music and athmosphere.

Wednesday 15 March 2017

Positive Affirmations

Work Ethic:
Aaron O’Connor, Sam Day, John Busher O’Sullivan, Trevor Ennis, Thomas O’Keeffe, Conor Kehoe, Daniel Tennant, Eoin Afolabi, Daniel Browne, Paul Redmond, Sean Cullen, Clyde Mapa, Scott Radford, Sean Mackevicius.

Monday 13 March 2017

X- Cel Student Enterprise Interviews

The X-cel student Enterprise interviews for 1st and 2nd years took place at the school today!
The boys presented very well and impressed the judges from the Co.  Enterprise board.
Best of luck to all in the competition!

Thursday 9 March 2017

TY Do Gravity

On Wednesday last all TY students headed to Gravity Adventure in Courtown. It was a great day out of many challenges.

Tuesday 7 March 2017

Soccer Champions

Well done to our First Year soccer team who won the Wexford / Wicklow League Final today in Enniscorthy on a 3-1 scoreline. They continue their remarkable undefeated run. Match report to follow.

Goal #2
 Goal #3

Friday 3 March 2017

South Leinster South Leinster Juvenile Hurling ‘B’ Championship Piercestown

FCJ Bunclody…………..2-6
Wexford CBS………..…2-4
Victory would have secured qualification for the quarter-finals of the South Leinster Juvenile Hurling ‘B’ championship for both these teams and they played at one hundred miles an hour in or to secure the win and the ticket out of the group.
After 60 minutes it was the Bunclody students who squeezed through to meet Borris VC in the last eight.
The away team started the better of the two even though they were playing into the elements. They had two points on the board before CBS had mounted an attack but CBS took over for the rest of the half and the Bunclody boys didn’t trouble the scoreboard until the new half.
Ben Hynes got the Bokerboys underway with a pointed free and then Owen McNulty levelled the game with a sweet point after 15 minutes.
Jason Gordon escaped the clutches of the tight marking full-back to fire CBS in front and that was the score at half-time (0-3 to 0-2).
CBS needed a bright start to the second half but didn’t get it as Bunclody kicked a goal after sustained pressure and added some points to go 1-4 to 0-3 up.
However, CBS didn’t wilt and maintained their ferocious workrate which earned them a penalty after 38 minutes. Darragh Carley stepped up and fired a low shot to the net which brought the home side right back into the game. Jason Gordon’s free made it 1-4 each after 45 minutes and it was anyone’s game.
Jake Doyle, David Kelly and Ben Hynes were dominating in the CBS defence but Bunclody got a break when David Kelly was pushed and the full-forward beat Josh Carley after a scramble.
However CBS refused to die and Conor Keane’s pulled goal brought it back to two points but time ran out and CBS were out.
It was a very brave performance and every player should be very proud of their efforts, especially as seven first years started. David Kelly received the man-of-the-match award.

Wexford CBS: Josh Carley; Jake Doyle, David Kelly (Capt.), Rian Doyle; Jack Connolly, Ben Hynes (0-1 free), Callum Corcoran; Tommy Gallagher, Darragh Carley (1-0 pen.); Alex Looney, Owen McNulty (0-1), Conor Byrne; Michael Mackey, Jason Gordon (0-2, 1 free), Zach Breslin.
Subs: Sean Cullen for Looney, Ollie Gould for Mackey, Chris Ryan for Byrne, Conor Keane (1-0) for Corcoran inj.,

Thursday 2 March 2017

Positive Aaairmations

Work Ethic:
Sean Carty, Aaron Dempsey, Aaron Roche, Dylan Waters, Jack Foley, Shane Sweetman, Luke Byrne, Noel Sebi, Gary Tobin, Michael Day, Finn Jager, Shane Whitmore, Conor Wall, Oisin Jackman, Patrick Duggan, Brian Clancy, Michael Stypula.
Extra Curricular
Quinton Kelly, Shaun Hartigan, Andrew Crosby, Dakota Rossi.

Wednesday 1 March 2017

Barcelona Trip

Forty one First Years left for Barcelona early this morning on their trip to Barcelona. They will visit many of the wonderful sights of this beautiful city and experience all the trappings of the culture of this region of Spain. A report on the trip will follow later.