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LCA Western Care Fundraiser

The LCA’s held a penalty shootout and cross bar challenge event in the gym on Monday 23rd of March. 60 first and second year students paid two euro each to take part in the challenge. The day was very successful and ended with the awarding of a champions league football to Eoin Mullarkey (1B), as best penalty taker. Colin Hope (2B), was also awarded the prize of an Easter egg as the winner of the crossbar challenge. Well done again to all who took part. All proceeds from the event went to Western Care, Distillery Road.

The following is a photo of the LCA’s presenting the cheque of the proceeds of the challenge to Jackie O’ Grady Dever, Western Care, Distillery Road. Also pictured are Mark McDonnagh and Joseph Stack who attend the centre.

U16 Soccer Connacht Semi-Final

Rice College 0 – 1 St. Enda’s, Galway

After a valiant effort, Rice succumbed to St. Enda’s, Galway. Well done to the lads for their hard work and dedicated attitude. Had it not been for the width of the crossbar, they could have forced extra time but alas, it was not to be. If this team sticks together, they could certainly be a force to be reckoned with in the coming years. Man of the Match: Keith (The Cat) Carolan-Joyce. Thanks to TJ Hughes for all the pictures from the game.

Team:

Keith Carolan-Joyce, Darragh Fabby, Robert Wallace, John Ryan, Luke Tunney, Pat Lambert, Eoghan McLaughlin, Cian McAllister, Adam Heffron, Cian Dunne, Declan Shanahan.

Subs: Luca O’ Riain (Heffron), John McGlynn (Shanahan)

Managers: Mr. Clarke, Mr. Dunphy

U16 Connacht ‘A’ Quarter Final

Rice College 3 – 2 Garbally College, Ballinasloe

Congratulations to the RC U16 team on an excellent performance against Garbally, Ballinasloe. First half goals from Emmet Rowley, Cian Dunne and Eoghan McLaughlin helped put the lads in a commanding position from which the Galway school never recovered. It was a great team performance but special mention must go to Darragh Fabby & Cian Dunne on their respective performances. The lads can look forward to a Connacht semi-final against St. Enda’s of Galway. Best of luck lads. Thanks to TJ Hughes for the photos from the match.

Rice College Junior Hurling, Mayo Colleges Champions 2015

Congratulations to the victorious Rice College Junior Hurlers on capturing the schools first ever county title. They beat CS Ballyhaunis by 2-12 to 3-8 in an epic final which required extra time to determine the winners. Well done to all the players involved and the Management team of Ms. Sandra Hall & Mr. Brian Roache. Thanks to our resident photographer TJ Hughes for the top class photos depicting the famous victory. The hurlers now advance to the Connacht stages of the competition. Good luck to all involved.