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Avondale Community College
All-Ireland Basketball Quarter Finals
Avondale Community College is delighted to announce that the U16 Boys All- Ireland Basketball Quarter Finals will be held in the school's sportshall on Sunday 6 February.
The schools competing in this event are Drimnagh Castle, Dublin, Colaiste Chriost Ri, Cork, St Mary's College, Kilaloe and Avondale Community College.
Matches will take place from 10:45am am on Sunday.
All- Ireland Basketball Final
Despite a brave performance by our U16 Basketball players they were unfortunately defeated by a stronger team from Palmerstown Community College, in the All-Ireland Basketball Final on Thursday. The team is captained by Mark Miley who, as a result of illness, was unfortunately unable to play. The overall top scorer for the game was, Transition Year student, Martin Kenny. We wish the team every success in their future matches.
Congratulations to our students Amaris Borel, Katy Conroy and Liam Belton who, following their excellent performance in Athletics, have now qualified for the Leinster Athletics Final.
A reminder to all Sixth Year students that the school is now open on Saturdays for any senior student who wishes to partake in study. Evening study is also available in the school for all other students. Any student who may be interested can contact Mr. Breen
Log On, Learn
The Log On, Learn Project involves Transition Year Students sharing their computer skills with older members of their community. This sixweek project also known as TY LOL will be up and running in our school in the coming weeks. Any older members of the community who wish to take part can contact the school. Please call 0404-46445 for details.