Congratulations to the Belvedere Under-19 Basketball team on winning the East Regional Final in a thrilling final against St Paul’s. Belvedere trailed until the very last minute, when captain Hugh Murray scored the winning point.
Women at the Well, 6 evenings exploring Women’s Spirituality using scripture, prayer, reflection and sharing will take place in the Jesuit Centre for Spirituality and Culture, 6 Ely Place, Sea Rd Galway, every Wednesday beginning 18 January, 7.30-9.30 pm. Maximum participation 15, so early booking advisable, and by Monday 9th January 2012. Cost: €60 (including refreshments). For further information, email [email protected] or phone 091 523707.
The draw for the Leinster Schools senior rugby cup was done with the help of two Leinster players, Fergus McFadden a Clongownian, and Eoin O’Malley a Belvederian. Coincidentally Fergus drew Clongowes out of the hat, and Eoin drew Belvedere, so the two sister schools will meet each other in the first round, the winner possibly meeting Gonzaga. St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, among the best rugby schools in Sydney, travelled to Clongowes for the first match of their European tour. From a hard-fought struggle between what are arguably the best Jesuit rugby schools from the northern and southern hemispheres, Clongowes emerged winners by 39 points to 22.
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