St Joseph’s College Borrisoleigh notes 15th September

All-Ireland Hurling Final
Well done to our past pupils, captain Brendan Maher and his team mates,
Paddy Stapleton, James Woodlock, Gearoid Ryan and Seamus Callanan on an
outstanding display in the blue and gold jersey in the All-Ireland final
against Kilkenny. We are very proud that no less than 1/3 of this
exceptional team are past pupils of our school. We wish the lads the very
best of luck in the replay on the 27th September. Tiobraid Árann abú!

Annual School Mass
Archbishop Dermot Clifford continued the long standing tradition of
officiating at our annual school mass on Friday last. Archbishop Clifford
has been coming to St. Joseph’s College since 1986. This mass is held
every year after the Junior Cert results are released and coincides with
the beginning of the new school year. The Archbishop praised the hard work
of students and teachers which culminated in excellent Junior Cert

Junior Cert. Results
Congratulations to the Junior Cert class of 2014 on the excellent results
they achieved. Again the results in St. Joseph’s College were well above
the national average. Many students achieved 10 honours in higher level
papers. The top result of 2014 went to Jack O’Meara, Mardyke, Loughmore,
Templemore. Jack achieved the exceptional result of 9 As and 1B in higher
level papers. 3 students shared second place in the roll of honour, each
achieving 8As and 2Bs in higher level papers. They are Aaron Reid
(Glentane, Borrisoleigh), Michael Ryan (Ruan, Upperchurch) and Orla Ryan
(Ileigh). These fantastic results are testament to the hard work of the
students and the teaching staff over the past 3 years. Well done!Junior cert St. Joseph’s College

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