Month: October 2015

First Year Soccer Blitz

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Well done to the first year soccer team that participated in the blitz. The team were very successful in their endeavors and had a very enjoyable experience.

Road Safety Road Show 2015

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Students and teachers attended the Road Safety Road Show in the Aura Letterkenny. The award winning show focuses on road safety and the impact a road traffic accident has on peoples lives. The story is told from the point of view of all the individuals affected. The show was excellently presented and was well received by all who were in attendance.

Deele College Notes

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Soccer: It was a mixed week for the school on the soccer front, with the school playing Royal and Prior in both the senior and U-17 age groups.

The seniors suffered defeat, in an unexpected 2-1 loss away from home. Phillip Doran was the goal scorer. The boys, who are the current Ulster champions will be disappointed with the defeat, but they will be looking to bounce back in their next game against Crana College.

Best Wishes to Jordan in World Youth Final

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The darts sensation from Newtown has booked a place in the World Youth Final in January at the Lakeside. Congratulations and best wishes in the upcoming games.
For full details check out this link.

Pope John Paul Awards

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Well done to all students who took part in the Pope John Paul Awards. A record number of students attained awards at Gold, Silver and Bronze levels.

School Prom 2015

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The annual school prom was held in the Villa Rose in Ballybofey. The event was a great success and the students represented the school in a very positive manner. The school management would like to thank the organising committee for their hard work and dedication in organising this successful event.

Deele College Notes

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Soccer:

It has been a successful fortnight for the school in terms of soccer, with the U-17 and U-15 teams both recording wins. The U-15 team had a good win over the Royal and Prior, with a score-line of 2-1, while the U-17 team had an impressive 8-1 victory away to Crana College.