Well done to our U14 team who won the Munster Cup Final. They played against Scoil Mhuire last Wednesday, and had a 4-1 victory. The four first year players who represented St Angela’s College were Nicole Walsh, Hannah Lynch, Jenny Murphy and Izzy MacCarthy. Well done also to our U19 team for getting through to…Details
Today marks the start of the Government’s “The Serious Consequences campaign” – which will run on TV, cinema, local and national radio, and digital and social media. This campaign seeks to empower victims of intimate image abuse by making them aware of the legislation and protections available. In St Angela’s College, our second year ICT…Details
Clodagh competed with her dance school (Joan Denise Moriarty School of Dance) in a dance competition in Charleville last weekend. It was her first time competing. She came first in the U14 intermediate/advanced Jazz dance. She has been working hard practicing during the week and at weekends. Well done Clodagh!
We bid a fond farewell to the class of 2023 on Tuesday night. We will miss their lovely balance of fun and hard work around the school. It has been our pleasure over the past 6 years to watch their transformation from nervous and quiet 1st years into the confident, caring, gregarious and diligent ladies…Details
We would like to congratulate Ali Kearney, Jane O’Brien, Kate Sexton and Laoise Deasy who were chosen from the Munster U17 Academy to play in the 2023 U17 National Festival which took place in Lisnagarvey Hockey Club in Ulster on the 30th of April. Well done girls!