Full list of medal winners at Leinster Athletics (bring total to 15 medals).

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Stephen Cashin: Gold: Senior 5000m
Evan Lunney: Gold: Minor Discus 
Alex Toomey: Gold: Inter 200m
Naoise Smith-O’Carroll: Silver: Junior 200m 
Natalia Burtenshaw: Silver: Junior High Jump
Juliette Lawless-Dodeman: Silver: U16 Shot Putt
Jessica Afrakomaa: Silver: U16 Long Jump
Eabha De Rossa Murphy: Bronze: Minor Shot Putt
Inter Girls 100m:
Alex Toomey (Bronze)
Junior Boys 80m Hurdles:
Jack Maguire (Silver)
Scott McMullen (Bronze)
Minor Boys High Jump:
Isaac Judge (Gold)
Thomas Fallon (Bronze)
Junior Boys High Jump:
Naoise Smith O’Carroll (Gold)
Inter Boys High Jump:
Travis Delahoyde (Bronze)

Sports Awards 2018 (Full list of winners).

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Following award are based on dedication

Badminton Girls Niamh Staines

Badminton Boys Christopher McLoughlin

Following awards are based on performance in Cricket TBD

1st Year Girl

1st Year Boy

Junior Girl

Junior Boy

Senior Girl

Senior Boy

Athletics Athlete of the Year Award

Junior Male Daragh Carter

Junior Female Alex Toomey

Senior Male Stephen Cashin

Valued Dedicated

Hockey (1st Yr ‘A’ Girls) Ella Noonan Molly Keating

Rugby (1st yr) Alastair Watt Aaron Duke

Basketball (1st yr) Alana Clerkin Alex Cashin

Hockey (1st Year ‘A’ boys) Dan Morley Luke Buckley

Hockey (1st yr ‘B’ Girls) Romy Flynn Ciara Smith

Hockey (1st yr ‘B’ Boys) Mark Collins James Byrne

Hockey (Minor ‘A’ Girls) Nora Porter Ella Carton

Basketball (2nd yr Girls) Lucina Ho Juliette Lawless Dodeman

Rugby (u 14) Mark Lawless Cathal McMahon

Hockey (Un 14 A Boys) Ben Wisdom Jack Maguire

Hockey (Jun A Girls) Mia Jacob Rowan Webb

Basketball (Cadette Girls) Emma Finnegan Isabelle Maguire

Rugby (JCT) Kevin George Adam Woolfson

Hockey (Junior ‘A’ Boys) Luke Abbott Conor Hall

Rugby (Girls) Aoife Brennan Xana Irigoien

Hockey (Junior B Girls) Katie Foley Ava Richardson

Football (Junior Girls) Lana McLoughlin Kustine Wariara

Hockey (Sen ‘A’ Girls) Becky McMullen Sophie Gibney

Basketball (Senior Girls) Jess Maguire Lea Clerkin

Hockey (Senior Boys) Sean Harper Adam Smith

Rugby (SCT) Coleman Toner Eoin Dillon

Basketball Head Awards

Jessica Maguire

Tyler Doyle Sutton

Leinster, Dublin and Irish Representation Awards

Dublin Representatives

Enya Kernan Camogie

Sean Patten Football

Naoise Smith O’Carroll Hurling

Elyse Jamieson-Murphy Camogie

Zara Awad Dublin


Darragh Coan Rugby

Dominick Damianov Rugby

Anthony Markov Rugby

Fionn Gilbert Rugby

Sean Harper Hockey

Jack Clarke Hockey

Isaac Fitzmaurice Swimming

Ireland/International Representatives

Eoin McCann Basketball;

Mark Duggan Hockey

Shane O’Brien Waterpolo

Iris Reddington Waterpolo

David Lawless Hockey

Fionn McCloskey Basketball

Ella McCloskey Basketball

Christina Coulter Reilly Cricket

Aoife Brennan Cricket

Cian Ince Taekwon – Do



1st Year Sofia Medcalf Oisin Cummins

2nd Year Ava Tynan Noaise Smith O’Carroll

3rd Year Christina Coulter Reilly Dominick Damianov

4th Year Moya Kernan Kevin Farrington

5th Year Martha Delaney Max Arnold

6th Year Enya Kernan Shane O’Brien

Presented By Gareth Borland

Jacqui Potter Memorial Shield

Winner: Aoife Brennan

Presentation of Mount Temple Hall of Fame Award

To Stephen Maher by Liam Wegimont

Presentation of overall S.P.O.Y. Cups by (2017/201) by Stephen Maher

The overall “Sports Person of the Year Award 2017/2018 goes to:

Overall Female

Overall Male

Emer Murphy

Fionn Gilbert

Mount Temple North Leinster Athletics (photos and medal winners).

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We had a successful day at North Leinsters yesterday, coming away with 7 medals. Please see list of winners and notable performances below. If you see any of the students in school, please congratulate them. We are back in action again on Friday. Final list of students involved to follow.
Inter Girls 100m:
Alex Toomey (Bronze)
Junior Boys 80m Hurdles:
Jack Maguire (Silver)
Scott McMullen (Bronze)
Minor Boys High Jump:
Isaac Judge (Gold)
Thomas Fallon (Bronze)
Junior Boys High Jump:
Naoise Smith O’Carroll (Gold)
Inter Boys High Jump:
Travis Delahoyde (Bronze)
Other notable performances;
4th place in…
U16 mile: Daragh Carter
1500m Senior Boys: Stephen Cashin
100m Junior Boys: Adam Galligan
U16 Boys Shot: Eoin Cragg
Junior Boys Shot: Mark Lawless
Thanks for your cooperation and a big thanks to Chris O’Donnell for accompanying us yesterday.
Ms. Ryan

Mount Temple 5-a-side Hockey Team – Hosts & Winners

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Hosts Mount Temple took the laurels from the from a five-team individual tournament held on the Malahide Road, prevailing on goal difference after an epic final game against St Columba’s 3-1.
Columba’s deservedly took the lead after a few minutes when nice play down the right result in a tap in at the back post. Emer Murphy, who went on to win the player of tournament award tied it up from a corner routine half way through the game.
In an end to end match, Temple went 2-1 when Jess Maguire converted. Columba’s then had three corners in quick succession, going inches wide from one effort and saw another saved off the line by Sophie Gibney.
Temple though went 3-1 up Enya Kernan slotted home after robbing the Columba’s right back. Columba’s never gave up but could not add to there tally despite finishing strongly.
Before the finale, the hosts started by brightly dispatching St Andrews 4-0 and Wesley 7-0 before losing to a determined Loreto Bray 2-1.
Mount Temple Indoor invitational: Mount Temple 4 St Andrew’s 0; St Columba’s 2 Loreto Bray 1; Mount Temple 7 Wesley 0; St Andrew’s 1 St Columba’s 4; Wesley 0 Loreto Bray 4; Mount Temple 1 Loreto Bray 2; St Andrews 1 Wesley 0; Loreto Bray 0 St Andrews 1; Wesley 0 St Columbas 7; Mount Temple 3 St Columbas 1
Standings: 1. Mount Temple 9pts (+12) 2. St Columbas 9pts (+9) 3. Loreto Bray 6pts (+3) 4. St Andews 6pts (-5) 5. Wesley 0pts (-19)
Kenny Carroll presents Emer Murphy with the player of the tournament awards.

Mount Temple Senior Rugby

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The senior boys rugby team have been promoted up to the Section B cup this season. They will be back playing in the Vinny Murray Cup for the first time in many years and the competition will kick off with a match against High School in Donnybrook stadium on Thursday the 11th of January at 2PM. 


Supporters will be out in force with over 200 students in rehearsals today practising their songs/chants.  As a result there will be no classes for TYs and 5th years on Thursday afternoon. 


Sports News: Leinster Schools Swimming Championships.

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On Sunday 22nd October, 6 students from Mount Temple participated in the Leinster Schools Swimming Championships. The swimmers were: Owen Langley, 2nd year,  Shane O’Brien, 6th Year  Isaac Fitzmaurice, Christian Corrigan and Iollan Mc Keon, all 5th Year.

Isaac came 2nd in the 100m Boys 100m Freestyle age 17-19, 3rd in the Boys 100m IM age 17-19 and 4th in the 400M Freestyle in the same age group. A school relay team consisting of Isaac, Shane Christian and Iollann finished 3rd in the 4 X 50m Freestyle relay.  Isaac and the relay team have qualified for the All Irelands.  All of the lads had super swims, the competition was fierce.  Well done to all them all.  

3 Mount Temple pupils on Leinster U-18 Hockey Inter-Provincials!

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Mount Temple will have it’s largest ever representation at the U-18 Hockey Inter -provincials this weekend. 
Sean Harper – 6th Year, David Lawless – 5th Year and Mark Duggan – 5th Year, will all pull on the blue jersey of Leinster, with the tournament taking place in Three Rock Rovers hockey club in Marley Park, Dublin, commencing on Friday. 
Below is a link to the tournament schedule. 
We wish the boys the best of luck for the weekend.