Archive | March, 2013

TY Return From Around Ireland Cycle

Cyclists Return March 2013

The TY Cyclists returned to Glenstal on Good Friday after cycling around Ireland in aid of Crumlin Children’s Hospital. There were lots of tired bodies when the group finally made it up the Front Avenue after their epic cycle accompanied by some parents who took part in the last leg of the cycle from Ennis. […]

Nathan Johnston (2012) wins €8,000

Nathan on Guitar

Nathan Johnston was announced the overall winner of the Today FM -Le Crunch Song Contest. Nathan performed his winning cover, King of the Swingers from Jungle Book, live on Today FM and was up against some very strong competition. In fact, fellow Glenstallion Max Doyle (2010) was one of the other Finalists. Max was singing […]

The Long, The Short & The Tall Photos

Daniel Headset

Rugby Trys Easter Term 2013

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Kemmy Business School Awards

Neilus and Joe

Congratulations to Neilus Mulvihill and Joe Hartnett who were given Certificates of Excellence from the Kemmy Business School in the University of Limerick. Neilus and Joe received their awards for outstanding results in Business in the Junior Certificate Examinations. Pictured below are Joe Hartnett, Ms Lisa Holly, Dr. Philip O’Reagan, Dean of Kemmy Business School […]

6th Years at Shakespeare

By Richard Morris The Science m Museum was the first place we visited after we put our bags into our hotel. The museum was incredible, massive and filled with so much to see. The Museum had a particularly interesting floor on Engineering and rockets. It expained th history of the world’s earliest steam engines and […]

U 14 v ASR Photos

U15 v Rockwell Photos

Winning Essay by Charlie Sheil

‘‘If St Benedict had written his rule for students, what would he have said about the Good Zeal they should foster and the Wicked Zeal they should avoid?’’ By Charlie Sheil, Glenstal Abbey School, Limerick. ‘‘Since the sixth century the Rule of St Benedict has provided a sure spiritual guide for countless numbers of monks, […]