Archive for the ‘Sports’ Category

Congratulations to the U14 County Champions

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

Congratulations to Mr. Murrin and his great team who won the county final in such style. Anyone who has watched this squad training will know that their success was grounded in a meticulous physical preparation coupled with an excellent team mentality. This is a school side that plays as if it were parish team – well done!

Photos and report are reproduced courtesy of The Donegal Post.

U16′s V Rosses Community College

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

Hard luck to Fr Shane’s men who lost out to RCC in an entertaining match on the school field. Rosses found the net almost immediately after a great team goal from our own U16′s and put and end to a spirited revival.  Ethan O’Donnells’ excellent finish came at the end of a flowing Glenties move that saw the team at it’s best. On the day Rosses just  managed to  finished the stronger to hold the boys from the Comp ’till the final whistle. (More Photos in the gallery)

Ethan O’Donnell’s shot on it’s way to the Rosses’ net

Well Done to The Senior Gaelic Panel!

Monday, November 1st, 2010

Mr Breslin’s  Senior Boy’s team won an exciting home encounter with Milford by  two points finishing much the stronger side. We wish them the best of luck in their next match.

Another Great Sports Day at “the Comp”!

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

The St Columba’s Comprehensive open mile 2010!

In the next day or two, we hope to have a folder of photos from this year’s  – and last year’s - sports day. Watch this space!


The St Columba’s Comprehensive open mile 2009!

Rugby awards for Michael and Donagh

Monday, May 17th, 2010

Congratulations to Michael Molloy, IC, and Donagh O’Callaghan, 6D,

who were presented with their award for

“Most Improved Player” in their respective age groups

at Donegal Town RFC ‘s Presentation Day.

This is Michael’s first season playing rugby and he has made a big impact at both club and school level. Anyone who saw his amazing try for the school’s U15 team on out own field will know why he is thought of so highly. Well done and continued success with your rugby in the future! Donagh has just been selected for the Ulster U19 Rugby squad and will be training in Belfast for three days a week over the summer in preparation for matches against the likes of Leinster, Munster  and The London Irish Exiles.


The rugby season is over and well done to all those students who made it such a pleasure and privelege to work with them this season. Enjoy the break and see you all, God willing, next season!