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Sports Awards: list of winners & special presentations.

SPORTS AWARDS 2016-2017

Following award are based on dedication

Badminton  Girls                Niamh Staines         

Badminton  Boys                Dara MacRiocaird

Following awards are based on performance in Cricket

Junior Boy                     Josh Barry

Senior Boy                    Michael Fulham

Girls Cricket                  Duibhessa Lannon  

Athletics Athlete of the Year Award

Junior Male                              Darragh Carter 

Junior Female                           Alex Toomey

Senior Male                              Stephen Cashin   

                  

                                                           Valued                                 Dedicated

Hockey (1st Yr ‘A’ Girls)                 Lucy McMullen                       Ava Tynan

Rugby (1st yr)                                Theo Connolly                        Cuan Whelan       

Basketball (1st yr)                         Sophie Agar                            Zara Awad 

Hockey (1st Year ‘A’ boys)            Daragh Dawson                     Ben Wisdom 

Hockey (1st yr ‘B’ Girls)         Annie Feehan                     Allyson Stewart 

Hockey (1st yr ‘B’ Boys)         Alex Howard                        Ben Oliveria                                     

Hockey (Minor ‘A’ Girls)         Georgie Collins                   Mia Jacob              

Basketball (2nd yr Girls)         Emma Finnegan                  Katie Foley                      

Rugby (u 14)                        Cormac Power Breen           William Keenan 

Hockey (Minor ‘B’ Girls)               Nina Keogh                          Ava Richardson                            

Hockey (Un 14  A Boys)           Noah Williams                   Harry Hayes                                  

Hockey (Jun A Girls)                        Becky McMullen                  Lara Jacob 

Basketball (Cadette Girls)               Moya Kernan                     Isabelle Maguire     

Rugby  (JCT)                                 Ben Griffin                            Jamie Clowry 

Hockey (Junior ‘A’ Boys)                  Nathan Collins                      John Devine 

Rugby (Junior Girls)                         Nina Fitzgerald Graham          Lydia Bennett

Hockey (Junior ‘B’ Boys)                  Ian Hathaway                     Donal Cotter                                            

Hockey (Junior B Girls)                  Daria Moran                      Hannah Mae Smith O’Carroll 

Football (Junior Girls)                     Kate Elliott                          Lana McLoughlin 

Hockey (Sen ‘A’ Girls)                     Enya Kernan                       Hazel Lawler

Basketball (Senior Girls)                 Lilyann Ho                           Sarah McNally                   

Hockey (Senior Boys)                    Kevin Murray                       Darragh O’Brien   

Hockey (Senior ‘B’ Girls)                Marley Cahill                        Niamh Webb 

Rugby (SCT)                                   Fionn Gilbert                        Frank Farrell 

Rugby (Senior Girls)                        Natasha Hogan                  Julia O’Connor                

Soccer (Senior Boys)                      Jack Stewart                       Simon McSweeney                    

Basketball Head Awards       

Sarah McNally 

Lilyann Ho 

Leinster, Dublin and Irish Representation Awards

Dublin Representatives 

Enya Kernan – Camogie

Dominic Daminov – Football 

Naoise O’Carroll Smith – Football and Hurling

Eva Murray – Basketball

Elyse Jamieson Murphy – Ladies Gaelic Football

Leinster 

Fionn Gilbert – Rugby

Rebecca McMullen  – Hockey

Alec Dawson – Rugby

Christina Coulter Reilly – Cricket

Isaac Fitzmaurice – Swimming

Sean Harper – Hockey

Ireland/International Representatives 

Dave Lawless – Hockey

Mark Duggan  – Hockey

Mateusz Nowakowski – Poland Hockey

Daragh Carter – Athletics 

Fionn McCloskey – Basketball

Jordan Konczak – Weightlifting 

Aoife Brennan – Cricket 

Shane O’Brien -Waterpolo

Ella McCloskey – Basketball 

Cian Ince – Taekwon-do 

Eoin McCann – Basketball 

SPORTSPERSON OF THE YEAR AWARDS

                                               GIRLS                                                BOYS

1st Year                                    Lucina Ho                                       Sean Patten 

2nd Year                               Zoe McNamara                            Dominick Davinov 

3rd Year                                     Aoife Brennan                                Alec Dawson    

4th Year                                  Saoirse Quigley                              David Lawless

5th Year                                           Sophie Gibney                                   Eoin Dillon 

6th Year                                     Grace Hickey                                    Mark Quinn

Presented By Crozier Deane

Jacqui Potter Memorial Shield

Mark Duggan 

Presentation of Mount Temple Hall of Fame Award

To Elaine Nolan by Liam Wegimont

Presentation of overall S.P.O.Y. Cups by (2016/2017) by Elaine Nolan 

The overall “Sports Person of the Year Award 2016/2017 goes to:

Overall Female

   Overall Male

Holly McMullen             

Callen McGarry 

Junior Boys Rugby beat Clongowes win Junior League 2017

Congratulations to the Junior Boys Rugby team who yesterday beat Clongowes 17-8 to become 2017 Junior League Champions. Mr Buckley’s warriors overcame tough opponents in a tight game but with some brilliant performances by key players across the park they pulled away in the last ten minutes to open up a two score lead. It could have been even more but for brilliant last ditch tackling by the Clongowes 15. At the end of the day Mount Temple deserved their win and lifted the trophy at the end of a brilliant campaign.

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Mount Temple Pupils in North Leinster Schools Athletics Championship (& photos).

Great news from the North Leinster Schools Athletics Championship on Wednesday 26 April.
 
Congrats to Oisin Tully & Jack Maguire (1st year) Gold & Silver in Minor Boys 75m Hurdles.
 
Congrats to Daragh Carter (2nd year) Bronze in Junior Boys 1,500m.
 
 18 students competed & all represented the school very well. 
 
Special mention also to Alex Toomey & Jessica Afrakomaa  (2nd year) who came 2nd in their heats & got through to the Junior Girls 100m final; coming 4th & 5th respectively. Also Laura May Galvin (2nd year) who ran the U16 Mile and came 4th.
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Africa Day 2017 writing competition announced by Irish Aid and The Irish Times

LINK TO AFRICA DAY 2017 WEBSITE

Irish Aid and The Irish Times have joined up again to promote aspiring, emerging and established writers, to celebrate Africa Day 2017! The short story and poetry competition, which is in its third year, seeks to discover new writing talent, as well as showcase established writers. Interested? Here’s how to get involved:

Writers are invited to submit a short story or poem with an African theme, set in either Ireland or Africa. The Irish Times and Irish Aid are looking for entries in three categories:

  • Primary school (maximum word count 250 words)
  • Secondary school (maximum word count 1,000 words)
  • Adult (maximum word count 2,000 words)

Submissions for all categories can be made via email to africaday@dhr.ie, putting “Writing Competition” in the subject line, or by post to “Africa Day Writing Competition, DHR Communications, 80 Francis Street, Dublin 8”. Submissions for the adult and secondary school category must be typed. Entries for the primary school category may be handwritten.

The closing date for submissions is Wednesday, 3rd May 2017. Winners will be chosen by a panel made up of representatives from Irish Aid and The Irish Times. The winning entries will be published on www.irishtimes.com on Sunday, 21st May, the same day as the flagship Africa Day event in Dublin. Winners will receive a selection of books to the value of €50 each. There will also be a photographic presentation at The Irish Times.

Welcoming the announcement of the 2017 competition, Minister of State for the Diaspora and International Development, Joe McHugh TD said: “Irish Aid is delighted to partner with The Irish Times once again for the Africa Day 2017 short story and poetry competition, and to showcase the creative writing of Irish and African writers who are telling stories about the diverse culture and traditions of Africa and their links with Ireland. Celebrating Africa’s culture in this way helps to shine a light on the growing connections between Ireland and Africa.’’

Books Editor of The Irish Times, Martin Doyle said: “The Irish Times is delighted to team up with Irish Aid again to provide a platform for a new generation of storytellers and poets. The competition has proved to be extremely popular in previous years and I look forward to seeing the entries this year. The Africa Day short story and poetry competition presents an ideal opportunity to showcase African culture and to explore being African in Ireland or Africa itself.”

Read the winning entries from 2016 and 2015.

Spread the word!

Under 13 Rugby

The U13 rugby team have enjoyed an extremely successful season this year. They won the Otto Palcic Bull trophy with a convincing 43-10 win over our neighbouring school St. Paul’s. Man of the Match was Aaron McCullagh. They will play Newpark Comprehensive School in the Comprehensive Cup this Wednesday which will be their final game of the season. 

Seachtain na Gaeilge 2017 (& photos)

“Tír gan Teanga, Tír gan Anam”

Idir an 13ú agus 17ú de mhí an Mhárta, bhí Seachtain na Gaeilge faoi lánseol i gCnoc an Teampaill. 
 
Eagraíodh Toraíocht Taisce (Treasure Hunt) don chéad bhliain,
Comórtas Tallainne (Talent Show) don Dara Bliain
Comórtas Postaer (Poster Comp) don idirbhliain
Tráth na gCeist (Quiz) don chúigiú Bliain
Céilí mór do chách ar oíche Chéadaoin.
 
Bhí seachtain den scoth againn, ag damhsa agus ag cur chun cinn na Gaeilge.
An tseachtain roimhré, tháinig Seo Bóthair isteach agus bhuail siad leis an gcúigiú bliain, D`fhoghlaim siad faoin tábhacht na Gaeilge, féidearthachtaí na Gaeilge agus stair na Gaeilge. 
 
Grianghraif le leanúint:
#beathateangaíalabhairt
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Mock Examinations Timetable (Junior & Leaving Certificate)

Click on the link below for a PDF of the timetable or scroll down page to see timetable.

2017_Mock Exam timetable (updated 1st February)

2017Mock Exam Timetable (updated 1st February)

Date

Time

6th yr

Time

3rd Yr

Monday 6th

8.45-11.15

LCVP.

Library.

8.45-10.45.

Home Economics

Mt Hall

 

11.45-2.05

Irish Paper 1

Mt Hall,

Library

11.15- 1.15.

Metalwork

G8

Tech Graphics

G7

Tuesday 7th

8.45-11.35.

Biology

Gym

8.45-11.15

English

Gym

 

1.05-4.15

French

Mt Hall/ Library

11.45-1.45

Science

Gym

Wednesday 8th

8.45-11.35

English Paper 1

Gym

8.45-11.15

Maths Paper 1

Gym/ G11

         

Thursday 9th

8.45-11.15

Maths Paper 1

Gym

8.45-10.45

Religion.

Gym

 

1.05-3.55

Geography

Gym

1.45-4.15.

German

Mt Hall

Friday 10th

8.45-11.45

Irish Paper 2

Gym

8.45-10.45

Irish

Mt Hall/Library/G11

 

1.05-3.55

History

Gym

11.55-1.55

Music

Mt Hall

Monday 13th

8.45-12.05

English Paper 2.

Gym

8.45-11.15

Maths Paper 2.

Gym/ G11

 

1.05.-4.30.

German

Mt Hall

11.45-2.15

History

Gym

Tuesday 14th

8.45-11.45

Physics

Gym

8.45-10.45. Geography and ESS.

Gym

 

1.05-4.05.

1.Chemistry

2. Religion

3.Accountancy

Gym

12.00-2.30

French

Mt Hall/ Library

Wednesday 15th

8.45-11.15

Maths Paper 2.

Gym

8.45-10,15

C.S.P.E.

Mt Hall/G11

 

12.00-3.00

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11.05.-1.05.

Woodwork

Mt Hall

Thursday 16th

8.45-11.15.

1.Art History Exam

Gym

2. DCG.. – G7

8.45-10.15

Irish H.L. only

Gym

 

12.00-3.00

1 Economics 3hrs.

2. Engineering 3hrs

3. Home Economics. 2.5hrs…. All in Gym

11.45-1.45

Mr Keogh Art. Practicial

Mr Bunting Art Practical.

Woodwork practical class. Mr Tummon.

Friday 17th

8.45-11..45.

Music

Mt Hall

Business

Construction studies.

Library.

8.45-10.45

Mr Keogh Art practical

Woodwork project work.

Mr. Kirrane.

 

12.15-2.45

Art Practical exam

Library

11.15-1.15

Business

Mt hall.

 

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