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Category: Basketball

The Mount Temple Autumn Fair Information for parents, guardians and pupils.

 

The Mount Temple Autumn Fair

Saturday October 11th 11am to 4pm

Parents, guardians and pupils, it’s time to get ready for the Mount Temple Autumn Fair. There will

be indoor stalls, outdoor fun for the kids, a café, wheel of fortune and so much more.

We will be looking for lots of volunteers and active support on the day (and the night before) and

hope that you will note this date in your diary. In the meantime, please can you plan for and collect

the following items for the Fair:

Books, CDs, DVDs, Games, Comics … in good condition.

Cuddly Toys/ Toys … in “GOOD AS NEW” condition.

Bric-a-Brac/Curios/Jewellery … any items of “GOOD QUALITY”, almost new saleable goods. No

electrical items permitted.

“GOOD AS NEW” Clean Clothes … all in a ready to sell condition.

Home-Made Produce … jams, chutneys, relishes and any home-made produce wrapped to sell.

Potted Plants and Flowers … for our plant stall (labelled if possible).

Arts and Crafts … any handmade arts and crafts for our craft stall.

Spot Prizes …including wine, spirits, chocolates, perfume, vouchers (ask your local hairdresser,

restaurant, employer, etc) and anything else you would like to win yourself.

Outdoor Games … Giant Jenga, Giant Chess, Connect 4, hula hoops, etc.

Tea, coffee, sugar, soft drinks, bottled water, hot chocolate powder, good as new mugs,

plates and cutlery, disposal cups, plates and cutlery, serviettes, table cloths, butter, etc … if you

are in position to supply these or at a good price please contact Elaine ASAP on 087 6995049

(note we need to know ASAP as otherwise we have to buy these items).

Food and Drink for our Café and Food Stalls including:

– Cakes, buns, biscuits and breads

– Salads and savouries (quiches, omelettes, pies, etc)

– Soup

– Sandwiches/Wraps

*** Please label food items with ingredients (and your name for return of containers). Please leave

food into canteen from early Saturday morning. Donations accepted all day. All food enquiries to

Elaine at 087-6995049.

Please note a small number of stalls can be rented for €50 providing the fee has been paid in

advance.

Drop off times: 10am to 12am at the main office weekdays from October 1st.

7-8pm 17Th September Sports Council AGM Library

7-8pm 24Th September TY night Library

7-8pm 1st October 1st year parent night Library

10-12am 4th October Hall (to be confirmed)

General enquiries to Isabelle Dodeman 0872186001 (daytime only) idodeman@eircom.net,

Audrey Cepeda 0863367922 audreyking23@yahoo.com or Madeleine Hellier 0876299628

(evenings only, 6pm onwards) madeleine.hellier@yahoo.ie.

 

 

Basketball: 2nd Year Girls

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Our team began it’s practice in September 2013, we had practice on every Tuesday, after Christmas, it was Tuesdays and Wednesdays. We started our school league in January. We played a variety of teams from Dublin, and won our group by winning all our games. Winning our group led us to qualify for the East Regional semi finals against Muckross Park, which we won. Up next was the East Regional finals against Woodlands Academy.
Our Final was at the Oblate Hall Inchicore, and after a close hard fought game, we beat Woodlands by just 1 basket, 40-38! This meant we were through to the All Ireland regional tournament. These games against teams from Wexford, Louth and Laois, the tournament was held in Mount Temple. We won all three games, and this meant we qualified for the All Ireland semi finals, which was played in University of Limerick on May 9th.
We travelled over to Limerick on Thursday May 8th, stayed overnight there and arrived early to watch the 1st year girls play in their semi final and finals. 1st years lost their final, we were scheduled to play Gort Community School in the semi-finals in Limerick minutes after the 1st year finals! We got off to a very good start, and maintained a healthy lead in the 1st half. In the 2nd half, Gort kept the game close and the game got tighter going into the final quarter. Gort got closer, but couldn’t take the lead in the end, and we won 26-24! Only 1 hour later, we played Woodlands Academy in the final, whom we also played in our Dublin final. Game was tense throughout. The lead changed hands throughout the game, there were a lot of opportunities for both teams to take command of the game, but the nerves were affecting both teams. At the end were again able to beat Woodlands, this time winning by 1 point, by a score of 27-26, and meaning we were crowned the All Ireland champions!

Basketball: 1st Year girls-All Ireland finalists

It all started at the Mount temple basketball camp in August 2013. We began by introducing each other and meeting Praha for the first time. We started the week off by doing some simple activities and playing some matches near the end of the week. The basketball camp was a great way to meet new friends and teammates. For our first session there was a great turnout of girls who wanted to be part of the team. Over the next few weeks we progressed and learned new skills so by Jan we were fully prepared to begin our school league. Travelling to matches with the 2nd years brought us closer as a team we had great fun supporting and learning from the 2nd years playing. Throughout the month Praha not only taught us how to be a great basketball team but also how to have respect for players and coaches. After a few months our confidence grew and so did our skills, which lead to us winning the first year East Regional final over Mount Anville. Winning this league qualified us to participate in the All Ireland’s 2014. The All Ireland Regional tournament was held in Kildare on April 8th. In a four team tournament, we played our 3 quarter final games against St Vincent, Bunclody and Kildare Community School. We won all three quarter final games to move on to the semi final in Limerick . We trained hard coming up to the semi final. A week before Praha surprised us with the news we were going to stay overnight in a hotel before the game in limerick, this made us even more excited. Just as we thought it couldn’t get any better, Praha told us that we were getting Mount Temple track suits. On Thursday 8th May we left the school for Limerick , the bus journey was about 2.5 hours (or the length of a string !!!). When we arrived at the hotel we went swimming and we had a great night. The whole trip brought us closer as a team. The next day was our semi final and the nerves kicked in. We won this game by only one basket, 26-24 and we were so happy. An hour later we played the Final which unfortunately we lost by a few baskets. Not only did we learn new basketball skills throughout the year, but we made great new friends and had such a fun year. By Lea Clerkin and Niamh HenshawP1070010

Basketball: latest news!

Cadets girls competed in the All Irelands over the weekend (Jan 18th) in Carlow. They won all three games, by scores of 25-16 over Caritas, 56-22 over St. Pauls of Monasterevin, and 24-12 over FCJ Bunclody. The Cadets will next play Colaiste Chroi Mhuire, Spiddal in the Semi Finals, to be played during the week of 3rd-7th of March.

Senior Girls team unfortunately lost in a prelimary game against Abbey Vocational School of Kellybegs.

1st years and 2nd years league has just begun their school league and they have won all their games decisively.

Latest Basketball News

Well done to the Cadets who got through to the All Ireland Regional Group Stages. On the day the girls  won the first two matches but unfortunately, they lost by a small margin to a very strong Cork side.

The girls had a great year and all hope to continue in September.

Congratulations to the Senior Girls who also qualified for  the All Ireland Regional Group Stages. They travel to Tubbercurry, Sligo for the  tournament stage on Saturday 4th February . There  will be three matches played, one each  against Cork, Monaghan and the hosts Sligo.

Best of  luck to all involved.

Will keep you posted.

Cadets host The All Ireland School Playoffs

Firstly congratulations to both Senior Girls and Cadet Girls on reaching The All Ireland School Playoffs. Both teams have worked extremely hard to reach this stage. This year the Cadets are hosting the tournament round in Mount Temple  on the 21st of January.
The first match is at 9.30 A.M in the Mount Temple Gym. This is a rare occasion for the teams and the school, we hope to host this great event for many years to come.

Supporters would be extremely appreciated.

Girls Senior Basketball All Ireland Cup Match

Congratulation  to the Girls Senior Basketball Team on getting to the next round of the All Ireland Cup.

At 9.20 am the team along with Coach Praha and Ms. Ryan set off for Wexford. We arrived at Presentation Wexford at 12 pm. After a quick change the team began to warm up. At approximately 12.30 pm the first quarter of the match began.  The match was close for the whole match there was only a point or two between the teams. At half time the score was Presentation Wexford 21 Mount Temple 19. The third quarter begun , both teams fighting  to get to the next round of the cup. Deep into the fourth quarter, in Mount Temples favor there was still only a few points between the teams, Julia gets a leg injury. The final buzzer sounded with the score being Mount Temple 38 and Presentation Wexford 33.
After having some MiWadi and sandwiches that had been prepared for us, it was back onto the bus for a long  trip home, with a quick stop off in McDonalds. We arrived home at 5.30 pm.

Top scorers were Julia Bauer with 8 points, Rachel O’Kelly and Riona Norton with 6 points.
Great game played by all!

Next Round is against Pobail Soil Inbhear Sceine from Kenmare, Co.Kerry.

Time and date not yet decided.

Basketball Semi Finals

Congratulations to both 1st and 2nd years basketball teams who have reached the Semi Finals of the Dublin League 
If the teams win they are throght to not only the Finals but also the All Ireland Finals which will be an amazing achievement.
Come and give the girls the support they deserve,
2nd years Semi Final : Wednesday 9th March at 1pm
1st years Semi Final: Thursday 10th March at 2pm
Both matches are at Mount Temple.

1st and 2nd year Basketball Update.

Mount Temple-V- Malahide Community School.

The 1st year girls had a very successful start to their season last Wednesday 26th of January. The 1st years had a comfortable win of 36-3. The top scorer was number 9 Aideen Mc Namara followed by number 6 Molly Power. A big Congratulations to the team who if continue this way should prove very successful in the league.

The 2nd year girls also played Malahide in a closer match but proved successful with a win of 51-28. In the first quarter Finnaigh Bligh started the team of by scoring 50% of baskets. The top scorer was number 9 Una Raymond-Hoey followed by number 7 Aisling Cusack.

Both Teams are continuing training and it looks like a bright future for both teams.

Basketball news – October 2010

This year we have also entered several teams into the club league under Corinthians.There are 4 girls teams and 1 boys team entered into the league. For the first time in several years a boys team has been entered, it has a lot of potential and hopefully will prove to be succesful. Training takes place on Sunday for club teams. All training sessions are coached by coach Praha.

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