Scoil Ui Mhuiri Dunleer held their senior student awards recently

Once again it proved to be a wonderful day for the school with awards for athleticism, attendance and business

Once again it proved to be a wonderful day for the school with awards for athleticism, attendance and business

Niamh Fussey took the Best Senior Female Athlete of the Year award and Conor Faulkner the Best Senior Male Athlete of the Year award.

Wayne Campbell took the Senior Boys’ Gaelic Footballer of the Year award, PJ Judge the Senior Chess award and Uthman Adegoke, winner of the Boys’ Under 16 Most Improved Player Basketball award.

Jordan McEnteggart and John McKeown took Senior Basketball Awards while Michael McEvoy, PJ Caffrey and Ronan Fitzpatrick won The Tall Ships Scholarship certificates. These were sponsored by John Molloy of the Parents Association and Jim Dunne of JF Travel.

Jessica England, Katie McGrane and Amy Byrne were presented with their County Louth Enterprise Award and certificates for their mini company “Klicks”.

Niamh Devlin and Amy Byrne got School Stars Competition certificates while Sheriff Adegoke, Amy McNee, Michael Turnbull and Andrew White were presented with Full Attendance Awards.

Lauren McMorrow got the Dunleer Parish Credit Union Senior Business Student of the Year award.

The Euro Language Award went to Karl Martin.

Ciaran Gallagher, Michelle Connolly, Cathal Costelloe, Leanne Geoghan, Michael McEvoy, Christina White and Lisa McDonnell won Gaeltacht Scholarships Certificates.

Eimear Murray was the Senior Science Student of the Year winner and Karl Martin, Best Construction Studies Student of the Year.

Emma McDonnell won the Carlito’s Chef of the Year Award.

Roseline Olaniran took the Senior Home Economics Award, Lisa McDonald the Academic Excellence Award for Best Junior Certificate Art, and Sheriff Adegoke received the Bank of Ireland Spirit Student of the Year Award.

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