U16 Team – Hard luck to the u16 hurling team that was beaten by De La Salle in the county semi final!


U14 b hurling winning team

Congratulations to the Ardscoil na Mara junior Climbing Team. They achieved 4th place in national climbing competition in Dublin


Mondello Park Dunlop Masters

Reece Coyne, 2nd year, placed 2nd on Saturday, twice, and took gold on Sunday, in the Mondello Park Dunlop Masters. This is Reeces’ first race of the season, so plenty more success to look forward to. Good luck for the rest of the season Reece, from all in ASNM!


Waterford Schools Cross-Country

Congratulations to Chloe Bennett who came 3rd in the minor girls. Well done to our junior girls team on coming 3rd and our senior boys team who came second! Great performances by everyone today!




19 Girl’s Basketball Team

On Tuesday last, our Under 19 girl’s basketball team travelled to the Mercy gym for their South East final. The opponents were Presentation, Clonmel. We had remained unbeaten in the league all the way to the final, just like our opponents, so it really was the clash to the top two.  

Clonmel started the stronger and controlled the boards in the first quarter. We were always playing catch up but stayed within a few points throughout the first half. Clonmel seemed more confident in their shots but our defence was outstanding and prevented them for moving too far ahead. After a lapse of concentration and two easy fast breaks, we found ourselves 8 points down. With nothing to lose, we stepped up our defence and played full court man. We gave the supporters something to cheer about as we clawed it back to 3 points but the vital last shot didn’t fall for us. The girls left their heart on the court and could not have tried harder.
They now qualify for the All Ireland play off competition in January and will train hard and learn from their mistakes for the next round.
Team: Jordan Kiely, Laura Fahey, Stella Hennessy, Amirah Busairi,Holly Ahern, Barbara Severec, Alana Carney, Caoimhe Graham (captain), Jenny Carey, Emily Cronin, Molly Hennessy, Enid Dumevi




Well done to the girls badminton teams who participated in the schools county championships in Lismore.

Our U19 Div 1 girls were Runners-up.



The Girls Cadet Volleyball team won all three of their games against Mountrath, Portlaoise College & Presentation Kilkenny, progressing to the next round. Well done Girls!



Boys Basketball

Hard luck to our 2nd Year boys basketball team who were beaten in the All Ireland play offs in Dublin last week. The boys qualified for the play offs after winning the South East final a few weeks ago. Unfortunately we were up against very strong opposition in their pool and most of the lads were still recovering from their late return from the school tour in Italy. Thanks to David O Reilly for all his hard work with the lads since the start of the year. 



Junior Golf Team

More good news as our junior golf team won the Munster Final and now qualify for the All Ireland final next month.



2nd year boys basketball team

Congratulations to our 2nd year boys basketball team who smashed it. Bringing the cup home after 31-17 victory over Cbs Kilkenny at WIT Arena today 22nd March.



Tennis Under 19 Boys

Well done to the under 19 tennis team who traveled to cork to play against Presentation. They won 3-0.
Our players, Liam and Patrick Reynolds , Odhran O’Donnell and Eoin Hayes will be playing in the final
on March 22 in Cork and hope to hold on to the trophy the team won last year. Best of luck boys!


Under 16 Basketball team 


After winning the South East final for the third time in a row before Christmas, our Under 16 girls’ basketball
team had home advantage in the All Ireland play off tournament this year. Last Saturday, teams from Kerry,
Cork and Dublin came to Tramore to fight for a spot in the All Ireland semi-final.

First up was Coláiste Pobail Setanta from Dublin. The girls knew they’d have their hands full with many of
their girl’s close to 6 foot.  Our defence was immense, with Sadiya Ajala backing up all her teammates in
the centre of the zone.  Barbara Severec was on fire as she top scored with 27 points. It was tight till the
end, with Ardscoil coming out with the win by 4 points.

Next up was St. Joseph’s, Ballybunion. We started really strong with lots of fast breaks being finished by
Amirah Busari, top scorer of the match with 24 points. The girls looked to be cruising at half time but
Ballybunion started to claw their way back bit by bit and ended up drawing the match at full time. Triple
overtime was needed to separate the two teams and thankfully it finished with Ardscoil two points in front.
The atmosphere was electric in the hall at the end of the match so the crowd were happy with that result.
This meant that it was a ‘winner takes all’ clash as the last game of the day against St. Mary’s, Macroom.
  Both teams had two wins each and the nerves were obvious on both sides. St. Mary’s had one particularly
strong player who stepped up her game for our match. We tried lots of different defences in an attempt to
control her but to no avail. It was one match too much and the triple overtime had taken it out of our legs. 
Macroom ran out winners by 20 points in the end and will now play in the All Ireland semi-final in the
coming weeks. 

Well done to each and every one of the team whose commitment for the year has been fantastic.  



Under 16 Basketball team 

South East champions for a third year in a row

Our Under 16 girl’s basketball team continued their unbeaten run in the South East league with a great win over Presentation, Clonmel in the final. The final was held in Carraiganore and the atmosphere was electric. Ardscoil started the stronger team with excellent outside shots from Jordan Kiely and Amirah Busari. The girls opened up a comfortable lead in the first quarter. After a lot of fouls  against us in the first half, Clonmel edged back into the game from the free throw line. The depth of the bench was a key strength for us as we had to rest two of our top scorers Barbara Severec and Enid Dumevi. Without strong players coming off the bench, we would had had a harder battle. We finished the stronger team and held out a very spirited Clonmel team. Next up for our team will be All Ireland play offs in the New Year. 




Senior Hurling – Kilmac vs. Ardscoil Na Mara                                                                   17/11/17

The game started with Kilmac leading by three points. Ardscoil Na Mara received their first point by a score from Chris Kavanagh. An excellent play was seen when half forward Dan Morrissey was passed the ball from a free, he then passed it into corner forward Jack Meaney and from here he scored an excellent goal. Kilmac did not give up and scored two more points. This made the game level.  

Throughout the first half you can see great pressure and clearance from the full backs and the half backs such as Keith Flynn, Eoin Hayes and David Jordan.  Keith made excellent catches and showed great strength throughout the entire game. David Jordan cleared the ball out of the defensive line and into the midfielders Jack Keoghan and Conor Butler. Dan Morrissey added another point to the score board. Full forward kept the pressure on and allowed Tramore to get a free, this was taken by Chris Kavanagh and was scored giving Tramore the lead.

Yet another free was taken by Chris Kavanagh and scored.  Kilmac then started to hit two more points to stay in the game, Tramore only had a two point lead now.  Corner forward Ian Thompson made a run at goal but sadly has his shot saved. Jack Keoghan made an excellent side-line cut into the hands of Dan Morrissey who found Chris Kavanagh who slotted over another great point.

Kilmac started to hit the sliotar over the bar and became level scoring three points. Conor Butler made an attempt but was unsuccessful.  Jack Keoghan showed great defensive skills by keeping extreme pressure on the Kilmac team.  In the last minutes of the first half Chris Kavanagh scored his 6th point in the first half. The first half ended in 1-7 Tramore to 0-9.                                        

The second half started with an attempt at goal from Tramore, Meaney passed into Kai Willmott who passed it to Ian but his strong efforts were sadly saved. The defensive line showed great pressure and clearances yet again.  

A free was awarded to Tramore and taken by Chris Kavanagh, he passed it to Meaney who made another great goal. Kilmac responded with another point. Michael Brennan was subbed in for Ian Thompson who showed great persistency. Lorcan Lynch with no hurley showed great pressure and was awarded a free.  Chris Kavanagh added another point to the score board.  The midfielders throughout the game kept extreme pressure on the Kilmac team and communicated well. Kilmac scored a point and our goalie Jack Larkins strong efforts were futile and Kilmac scored.

Tramore only led by 1 point now. Defensive players Keith and Leon O’Brien made excellent catches and clearances from David Jordan.  Kai was taken off and Niall Long was put on.  Chris Kavanagh made another 3 points and Kilmac made 2 more points in response. Dan Morrissey made great blocks and kept good pressure. Kilmac players made a run at the defensive line and made it through and scored an impressive goal. Kilmac were now leading and the boys hopes were beginning to fade.

Lorcan Lynch was taken off and John Murphy was put on in the last 5-10 minutes. The defensive players kept going and putting the ball into the hands of Conor Butler who passed it up to The full forwards, Mike Brennan. Mike made a run at goal but was fouled by a Kilmac player and was awarded a free. Chris Kavanagh scored his 11th point and the game was level. Kilmac scored their final point and was leading. Tramore then began to score points one by one. Chris Kav scored another 4 points due to the help of the defensive players such as Keith Flynn, Eoin Hayes and David Jordan clearing the ball and the forwards passing him the ball. It was a great win by Tramore and they finished the game with a three point lead. The final score was 2-17 Ardscoil Na Mara to 2-14.                                   

Report by Sophie Douglas and Laura Jane Murphy

Badminton Championships 2017
Congratulations to all that travelled to Blackwater Community School, Lismore and took part in the County Badminton Championships 2017. 
We had great success with with 4 teams winning prizes on the day.
U-16 Div 2 – Boys (R-up)
Milo Cox, David Fitzgerald, Fintan Conway, kanyinsola Hamzat Sola-Oladokun.
U-19 Div 1 – Boys (R-up)
Owen Murphy, Wojtech Spyra, Shane Monagle & Ian Hartrey.
U-16 Div 2 – Girls (Winners)
Ellonora Zlenko, Alanah Jones, Wiktoria Spyra, Stephanie Pierce.
U-19 Div 3 – Girls (Winners)
Emma Murphy, Shona McNicol, Tara Bradley and Niamh Cronin.
Well done to our U-19 boys who progress to the Munster Competition, in the new year.



Senior Girls Volleyball

Hard luck to ASNM Senior Girls Volleyball team who lost out narrowly by 2 points in yesterday’s  All Ireland Semi Final against  Rockford Manor Dublin.  The girls can be proud of their performance as they played ecceptionally well throughout the game particularly in defence and took the game to a strong attacking Rockford Manor Team.  Special congratulations to the 6th year students: Keavy Gillane, Jill Brophy, Hannah Grimes, Sarah Smith and Hannah Grimes. This was their final match for ASNM having played at every level since first year. The girls have shown huge committment and dedication to Volleyball throughout their years in both Stella Maris and ASNM.
Back row:  L -R: A Hennebry (Coach), Eabha Cox, Jill Brophy, Sarah Smith, Alana Carney, H. Feighery (Ass. Coach)
Front row: Keavy Gillane, Jessica Flynn, Hannah Grimes
U15 Boys Soccer Team
U15 soccer team who beat Col. Dun Iascaigh with goals from Jack Deegan, Frankie Gillane, Dara O’Brien, Lee Hennessy, James Fitzpatrick and Charlie Binnions.
Match Report.

Ardscoil Na Mara 9-1 Col. Dun Iascaigh, Cahir

The unbeaten Tramore side had a fantastic win on Monday against Cahir in Tramore beating them an astonishing 9-1. 

Tramore’s Tom Barry played a perfectly timed through ball just minutes after but Dara O’Brien’s shot was stopped by the Cahir keeper.

The home side went 2-0 up after 20 minutes of play when winger Charlie Binions’ low driven cross past the keeper was hit first time by Lee Hennessy into an empty net.

Charlie Binions dribbled past 3 defenders and smashed the crossbar from the edge of the area after 30 minutes of play. Very unlucky not to put the Tramore side 3 ahead.

Ardscoil Na Mara make it 3-0 when Charlie Binions then played a super through ball between the two away centre halfs to Lee Hennessy who stuck the ball into the top right hand corner.

The home side go into halftime 4-0 when another exquisite through ball by Milo Cox falls to the feet of striker James Fitzpatrick who put the ball past the away keeper.

The goals just kept on coming for Ardscoil after the away side’s keeper threw the ball directly to Charlie Binions who calmly slotted the ball over the line to make it 5-0.

Dara O’Brien put Ardscoil 6-0 when his fantastic effort from the edge of the box went past 3 defenders and into the back of the net.

Dara O’Brien grabs another for himself just 5 minutes after when his shot from outside the area went in off the post to make it 7-0 to the home side.

A perfectly picked out pass from James Fitzpatrick to centre half Frankie who beat 3 players on the wing, cut inside and smashed the ball past the keeper to put Ardscoil Na Mara 8-0 ahead.

Cahir did manage to get one back when a free kick from the halfway line was taken by their centre, which went in passed keeper Cian Egerton.

Jack Deegan then put the final goal away when a brilliant switched ball was played to him by Dara O’Brien. Jack beat his defender and finished near post.

The scoreline remained at 9-1 for the remainder of the game and was a fantastic win again for the U15s.

 Ardscoil started off very strong creating plenty of chances when a free that was whipped in by Lee Hennessy was met on the volley from Jack Deegan to put them 1-0 up in the first 10 minutes.

Congratulations to the Under 16 and Under 19 girls basketball teams. Both have qualified for the South East semi finals having remained unbeaten in the league since the start of the year. Our Under 16 team beat St. Ailbe’s, Tipperary by 24-10 and controlled the game from start to finish. It was a different story with the Under 19 quarter final which was against Presentation, Clonmel. The girls came from 12 points down to win the game by 4 in an absolute thriller. Best of luck to both teams in their semi final. 

First Year Boys Team

On Tuesday 07/11/17 ten of our First Year boys soccer panel took part in a county futsal competition in WIT Arena. The team did very well on the day winning 3 of their 5 matches. 

Ladies Gaelic Football

The first ever Ardscoil na Mara ladies Gaelic football match took place on 09/11/2017. The girl’s lost out to a very strong Loreto Clonmel team. Well done to all involved.


1st Year girls soccer

Congratulations to the Ardscoil na Mara team on qualifying for the FAI Post Primary Schools First Year Munster Fustal Finals


Volleyball Results

Ardscoil had two great wins!

Tramore v St. Leo’s Carlow 1: ASNM won in two straight sets 25 -21 and 33 -31
Tramore v St. Leo’s Carlow 2: ASNM won by two sets to one 25 -21, 22 -25, 15 -10


Camogie players training hard at the early morning session. 


Senior Hurling Salesian Secondary College  vs Ardscoil Na Mara – 25/10/17

Match Report

U15 Soccer Munster Cup Round 1 – Ardscoil na Mara 3 De La Salle 1

Match report


Both our girl’s basketball teams started off on a winning note against Waterpark last week. Our Under 16 team displayed great team work throughout the game with a total of 11 players getting their name on the scoresheet. Final score was 60-8. The Under 19s had a very slow start and went down 11-0 in the first quarter. Then they woke up to keep Waterpark scoreless for the rest of the game and finished on a scoreline of 42-11.

Our Under 19 boys team travelled to Kilkenny in their first match to play against the CBS but went down 35 to 22 in the end.
Ardscoil na Mara 3-1 Mount Sion
U16.5 Munster Championship Hurling

Ardscoil na mara 0-12 Douglas Community College 1-08

Ardscoil na Mara ran out victors in a tight and tense game today in U16.5 Munster Championship in Bushy Park , Dungarvan. On a wet and windy day the team managed to overcome the challenge and progress into the next round. Both teams shared the first two scores in the opening minutes with Cian Rellis landing the first two for ASnM. With the wind at our backs we had built up a 0-6 to 0-2 lead at the half. Conor Burns was unlucky not to raise a green flag forcing a good save from the Douglas keeper. With the start of the second half Douglas landed four unanswered points to bring the game back level within 10 mins . Eventually the defense got to terms with
the pressure with Philip Lavery and Oisin Jennings clearing a lot of ball. Douglas scored a goal to put them two
up but our lads responded with three. Dillon Dunphy made a significant impact coming off the bench and scoring
two points from play. The last 10 mins saw the teams exchange scores again with the last and winning score of the game coming two minutes from time. Ardscoil will pay in the next round of  the championship on the 4th of
Line up : Jack Richardson , Ryan Coughlan, Philip Lavery , Oisin Jennings, Conor Phelan, Eoghan Dunphy , Lee Mackey, Cian Rellis (Captian) Luke Hurley, Thomas Breen, Shane Doyle,Feidhlin Jennings ,Joe Barry, Conor Burns, Frankie Gillane 
Bench: Dillon Dunphy, Sean Evans, Jack Brennan, Stephen Pollard, Oisin Keating, Milo Cox, Josh Flynn, Adam Butler, Jack Kelly, Jack Furlong
Substitutions: Dillon Dunphy for Joe Barry
Here are the under 14 girls tennis players, runners up in the Munster championship after tight matches. The team is composed of Alice Finnegan, Ava Fanning, Kerry Batan, Ava Dineen. Well done to them for reaching the final!
The under 14 boys  were runners up in this year Munster final in cork on may 17th. They did their best against a very strong cork side. The team is composed of Avery Coryell, Patrick Reynolds, Stephen Pollard and Rory Mc Conville.
The Ardscoil na Mara Golf Championship was held in Tramore Golf Club recently and the large entry enjoyed a sunny afternoon and an excellent course. Aaron Cashin played superb golf to take the Senior title with a magnificent score of 3 under par 69.  First year student Joe Manning underlined his potential as he took the Junior honours while Kaydi Keegan was the winner of the girls competition. Walker Cup selector Michael Burns presented the prizes to the winners at a ceremony in the school.
Well done to the Ardscoil na Mara climbing team who came 4th at yesterdays schools climbing comp at Awesome Walls Dublin.
Jessie McCarthy, Tierna Hartery, Scott Widger and Tom Breen



Girls Soccer – Junior and Senior Southern League Champions!


Our junior girls soccer team are southern league champions! Following on from the success of the senior team earlier in the week we welcomed Cobh to Tramore for the junior final. It was a very exciting game throughout. Cobh scored first despite Ardscoil na Mara having a couple of good chances early on. Captain Freya Roche equalised in the second half. There were few chances for either team after that and the match went to extra time. The game was heading for a penalty shootout when Fiona O’Kane scored a fantastic goal to win the final. It was another fantastic display from Ardscoil na Mara. Well done girls.



Our senior girls soccer team recently became southern league champions. The team had been unbeaten in the league this year and we travelled to Cahir full of optimism. Our opponents Coláiste Dún Iascaigh had also been unbeaten. The match had reached the midway point through the second half before Saoirse O’Brien broke the deadlock. Cahir equalised within minutes before centre back and captain fantastic Sadie Mai Rowe fired home to restore our advantage. Cahir continued to push for an equaliser to bring the game to extra time. Our victory was sealed with a fantastic goal by Chloe Spillane in the dying moments. It was a well-earned victory and a fitting end for the our sixth years who played their last game for Ardscoil na Mara. Well done ladies!





Congratulations to Shane, Mark, James and Jamie winning gold 4x100m relay.



15 ½ Boy’s Gaelic football team

picture1Ardscoil na Mara under 15 ½ Boy’s Gaelic football team who were unlucky to lose the county final to De La Salle on a score line of 1-8 to 1-6.



Well done to Hanifah Busairi in 6th year Ardscoil na Mara who won two silver medals in the East Munster Athletics championships and qualified for the Munster championships. Fantastic achievement.



Well done to the athletes from Ardscoil na Mara who travelled to the County Athletics Championships on Wednesday 26th of April

Medal winners on the day were as follows:


Sam McGrath             100m   bronze

Geoff Thomas            100m   silver

Mia Crawford  800m   silver

Sam McGrath, Geoff Thomas, Luke McCarthy, Callum Hurley

4 x 100m relay            silver

Callum Hurley 800m   gold



Jamie Stone    High Jump                              Bronze

Shane Cawley            Shot, Discus                Gold

James Murphy            Long, Triple jump        Gold

Boys Basketball
On Thursday 27th April, we hosted teams from around the country in our All Ireland play off basketball competition. After winning the South East final a few weeks ago, the boys were on a high coming into the tournament. Unfortunately they came up against the eventual winners Kinsale in the first match of the day and Kinsale proved to be way to strong for us. Next up was Gaelcholaiste, Tralee. There was only one point between the teams going into the last quarter and everything to play for but Tralee pulled away slowly in the last quarter. With nothing to lose in the last match, Tramore lifted their game and played their heart out to win by 6 points against St. Declan’s, Cabra. They have improved hugely since joining the school this year and throughout their campaign and they show massive potential for the future. Well done boys.
On Thursday 9th, Tipperary hurler, Noel McGrath visited to school as our Sky Sports Living for Sports mentor. He spent the day with our project group working in skills that they can get from sport and use in everyday life.
The under 19 tennis team from Ardscoil na Mara Tramore were crowned Munster champions last Wednesday in rushbrooke after beating a very strong De La Salle side. From left to right, Conor Reynolds , his brother Liam Reynolds, Tom Carney and captain Morgan Lohan. The four boys played outstanding tennis through the 5 games. They are a credit to the school and we are very proud of their achievement.  Well done boys!
The tennis season is now in full swing.  Before midterm, our under 14 boys team in shield won against PBC Cork, five nil in great atmosphere. Our team was composed of Cian Egerton , Joe Hawkes, Jake Smith and Matthew Murray.
The under 14 boys in the cup won against CBS Carrick on suir, also five nil. Our team is composed of Patrick Reynolds, Avery Coryell, Stephen Pollard and Rory Mc Conville. The boys all displayed great skills.
Our under 14 girls in the shield were defeated by a strong side from the Ursuline Waterford. Our team on the day was composed of Karen Hegarty, Clare White, Lauren Finlay and Jenny Carey.
Ahead of us is now the under 19 boys Munster final in rushbrook. We wish the boys the very best of luck in what promises to be tough games against a strong De La Salle side.




Girl’s Basketball

Our 2nd Year girl’s basketball team have remained unbeaten in the South East league, with a strong 20 point win over Borris, Carlow.
Our 1st Year A team came up against strong opposition in Borris. It was all square after the first quarter but Borris opened up a gap in the second quarter that they found too hard to close. The last pool will take place the week after midterm.
U14 A Hurling, Ardscoil vs Kilmacthomas
Ardscoil na Mara 2-6  Kilmacthomas 1-3
This was Ardscoil na Maras first game of the county championship. The conditions were cold and very windy.
Ardscoil started very strong and went into an early lead from two pointed frees taken by Darragh Crowe. Milo Cox scored the only goal of the first half. The score at half time was 1- 4 to 0-1 in Ardscoils favour.
Ardscoil, playing against the breeze were under a lot more pressure in the second half. They defended very well throughout and went on to win the game 2-6 to 1-3.
Ardscoil Na Mara team
Kevin Cullinane, Oisin Jennings, Tom Breen, Ben Willmott, Tom Barry, Eoghan Power,Dean Larkin, Ryan Coughlan, Darragh Crowe, Thomas Murray, Feidhlim Jennings, Milo Cox, Conor Burns, Daragh Clune.
Substitutes: James Fitzpatrick for Ben willmott, Finnian McCarthy for Darragh Clune

Athletics news

Well done to the athletes who ran in the East Munster cross country athletics in WIT last Friday and qualified for the Munster championships which will be held in Cork on February 16th.
Callum Hurley 1st in minor boys.
Heather O’Connor 6th in junior girls.
Jake Bagge and Ethan Hurley 8th and 16th in inter boys.
Conor Shiels 3rd in senior boys.
Ardscoil na Mara 1st Year boys basketball team have made it three wins out of three, with wins over Cahir and Clonmel this week. They have one more group game and are looking to top their group in that.  Next week sees our unbeaten 2nd Year girls team and our 1st Year A team travel to Borris for their next group game.
1st Year Boys Basketball
Well done to the 1st Year Boys Basketball Team on the 14/8 win against CBS Kilkenny
Squash Munster Championships
Our students with their trophies after exceptional performances recently in the Squash Munster Championships:
Roisin Kirwan Winner Girls U15, Jordan Scholtz Winner Girls U17, James Hayden Runner Up Boys U13,
Mr. Cawley Principal, Owen Murphy Runner Up Boys U17, Eoghan Dunphy Winner Boys U15.
Girls Soccer

January has been a busy month for our soccer teams.

Our senior team had a comprehensive victory in the southern league against St. Declan’s, Kilmacthomas. We had a convincing victory on a scoreline of 5-0 with goals from Freya Roche, Sally Kelly, Hannah Grimes and a brace from Chloe Spillane.
Next, our minor team travelled to Thurles for the Munster Cup quarter final. Unfortunately Presentation Thurles were too strong for us on the day.
Finally, our junior team beat Comeragh College 5-1 in the southern league. Our scores came from Sophie Wheatly, Tobi Siloko and a fantastic hat-trick from Chloe Spillane.
Very well done to all!
County Schools Cross Country
All athletes who travelled to Dungarvan for the County Schools Cross Country ran very well and all finished strongly.
The medal winners were:
Callum Hurley: 1st minor boy
Conor Shiels: 2nd senior boy
Jake Bagge: 3rd inter boy
Inter boys team: Jake Bagge, Adam Power, Ethan Hurley, Luis Byrne and Rahim Sharif
(More photographs in Gallery)
Girls Senior Soccer
There was a great win for our senior girls team today against Cahir Community College in the Southern League. We beat strong opposition by two goals to one. Our scorers today were Abbie Robinson and Zara Breslin with Sally Kelly giving a  player of the game performance.
Well done to the under 19 boys who qualified for the Munster final against CBS Cork, last Thursday.  Our two single players Morgan and Conor won in straight sets, while Liam and Tom battled it out with great team spirit. Best of luck in the final!
Congratulations to our Volleyball team runners up in the All Ireland final.  Fantastic achievement! Well done to all involved.

On Friday last no fewer than 50 students from Ard Scoil na Mara along with their coaches Mr Hatton and Ms Wall travelled to Lismore to compete in the County Badminton Championships. Considering the fact that badminton is a relatively new sport in the school, Ard Scoil accounted very well for themselves – bringing home 12 trophies in total.

Well done to all involved.





Just qualified for our 1st All Ireland Final.  Two tough but fantastic wins.  UCD next Thursday.  Well done girls!




Under 16 boys and girls basketball

Hard luck to our Under 16 boys and girls basketball teams who both lost their South East semi finals to Cashel and Bridgetown respectively.  The boys was a very tight affair with Tramore losing out by a heartbreaking two points. Well done to both teams for reaching this far.



1st Year Soccer Team A who won the Waterford Finals and qualified for the FAI Schools Munster final.


Well done to Boys team B team who participated in Waterford Futsal Finals in WIT.



Congrats to our camogie team.  A great victory over Kilmallock final result: 7-11 to 2-3! Well done girls



 Tennis News

Great start for the under 19 boys in Tennis who beat Cashel 5-0 before mid-term. It is looking promising this year. Our 3 sixth years students are Morgan Lohan, Connor Reynolds, Mark O’Sullivan and Liam Reynolds in TY. Their next match will be against Cork. We wish them the best of luck.


First year Girls Soccer – Futsal

Ardscoil na Mara first year girls soccer team did very well this week, finishing second in the Waterford Futsal competition.



Girls Senior Soccer

Great game by Senior Girls agains Christ the King in Cork, lost by 1 goal.  Well done to all involved.

Gaelic Football
Well done to Ardscoil na Maras U 14 A Team who did fantastic in the  Waterford schools gaelic football where they Beat
Dungarvan CBS 3-16 to 3-4  on Thursday .
Well done to all involved.
The Ardscoil Na Mara girls rugby team traveled to Tipperary last Wednesday to take on Rockwell in the IRFU GX7s series.
The first game ended with a 7-4 win to Rockwell. They played the second Rockwell team and had a fantastic victory. The score of the second game was 9-4 to Ardscoil. The girls were delighted with the result.20161012_1302443 20161012_1302473
Our Under 16 and Under 19 girls basketball teams made it two out of two wins in the South East league this week with victories over Waterpark.
The Under 16s had a tight game until the last quarter where they stepped up their game to win by 14. Enid Dumevi subbed up from the 2nd Year team to top score for the team and she was on fire in the last quarter to take the game home.
Next up was the under 19 team who played their heart out on defense to build up a very strong lead. Leah Barry controlled the game at point guard and Sarah Smith and Hannah Grimes led on the score board.

Senior Hurling

Ardscoil na Mara 3.7 Kilmacthomas 0.14

Senior Hurling Team
Ardscoil na Mara 2.20 St Pauls 1.15 (After Extra Time)


Basketball Under 16 and 19 

Our Under 16 and Under 19 girl’s basketball teams got off to a winning start in the South East league against Abbey Community College. The Under 16s had a comprehensive victory with a scoreline of 42-8. Emily Cronin led in rebounds, with Barbara Severec top scoring for the team. The Under 19s was a much tighter affair, with the girls clawing back from being 8-0 down in the first few minutes to win by 8 in the end.  Hannah Grimes and Eabha Cox  topped the scoreboard, with the team defence leading them to victory.

Under 19: Beat Abbey Community College  28-20 Top Scorers: Eabha Cox, Hannah Grimes
Under 16: Beat Abbey Community College 42-8 Top Scorers : Barbara Severec, Tobi Siloko

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