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U16 Soccer Connacht Quarter Final

Rice College comprehensively beat a brave Manorhamilton side 4 – 1 in Milebush today. A brace each from Killian Killkelly and Peter Corcoran put the Leitrim side to the sword. The lads are through to a Connacht semi-final against The Bish, Galway where a much sterner test awaits. They are a talented bunch and the feeling is that great things beckon. For a comprehensive match report, please click on the following link:

Thanks to  Mr. Dunne and TJ Hughes for the match report and photos respectively.

Hi all,
I would like to bring your attention to the website.
This website is designed for people who wish to find information on all the various support services that are available to them in the West of Ireland. Sixteen different categories are listed in order to make looking for information a bit easier and you can also search by keyword or put in your local town. The services for Mayo include addiction, family, health, mental health, employment, finance, children & young people, counselling, disability, men, accommodation, training and education, community & voluntary, sports and social, women, elderly, traveler, LGBT, new communities and justice.

Rita McNally.
Rice College Parents’ Council.

2nd April 2014

Duncan Stewart Visits Rice College

Environmental campaigner and Eco Eye presenter Duncan Stewart visited Rice College to speak about a new concept which aims to get local residents and businesses working together in a bid to see the town eventually become energy independent. Here is a few pictures from the visit courtesy of TJ Hughes.

Ms. Mannion’s Poetry Competition (1D)

Congratulations to Thomas Tunney and Luke Redmond for penning the winning poems ‘Easter Time’ and ‘I Saw You…’ respectively. Keep up the good work, we could have a budding Seamus Heaney on our hands! To view their peoms, click on the following link:

Poetry page