Monthly Archives: October 2015


2015-10-22T22:03:52+01:00October 22nd, 2015|Archive, Breaking, Sport|

Our senior golfers played their first Leinster schools game of the year against Gorey Community School today. Josh McGrath and Cian Hadden started off well but unfortunately couldn't keep up with the pressure from the lower handicap Gorey lads. They stayed fighting though winning 16 and 18 but we still lost out in the end. [...]


2015-10-21T20:08:55+01:00October 21st, 2015|Archive, Breaking, Sport|

Fantastic win for our junior girls who showed true heart and Colaiste Bhride determination. After a meek first half performance against Grennan College which left us trailing by 4 points at the break, the girls came out with fighting spirit in the second half. The side were level or there about for the whole second [...]


2015-10-20T21:25:31+01:00October 20th, 2015|Archive, Breaking, Sport|

Excellent start to the term for the Coláiste Bhríde handball students who travelled to Castlebridge on Tuesday 20th October to compete in the Leinster Post Primary Schools 60 x 30. Daniel Curry played an excellent game against Bridgetown Vocational College beating them 21-13 sending him through to the semi final. Ciarán Power showed off his [...]

University of Limerick Open Day

2015-10-20T12:37:39+01:00October 20th, 2015|Archive, Breaking, Uncategorized|

The 7am dark start on Friday didn't dampen the enthusiasm and sense of wonder on the forty five senior cycle students who travelled to the University of Limerick Open Day. Students attended a wide variety of course seminars including- engineering, education, nursing, sports and business along with having a tour of the campus. UL is [...]

U16 Hurling

2018-04-30T12:04:19+01:00October 19th, 2015|Archive, Breaking, Sport|

Under 16 hurling team progress to South Leinster Final! CB Carnew 3-11 Wexford CBS 2-4 The CB Carnew under 16 hurling team progressed to the South Leinster Final after an excellent team performance against a strong Wexford CBS team on Monday, 19th October. With Wexford under 21 manager JJ Doyle among the spectators, this was [...]

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