MEDAL PRESENTATION

St. Brendan’s College medal presentation organised by Mr. Ed O’Neill took place in the Malton hotel on Tuesday the

St Brendan's College Football team winners of the Russell Cup and Tafe Cup (front from left) Matt Kelliher, Peter O'Sullivan, Evan Looney, Paul Lynch Manager (second row from left) Adam Kissane, Mark Cooper, James Muldoon, Liam Kelliher, Ruairi Doyle, Ryan Kelliher and Keith O'Leary (back from left) Tadhg Doolan, Alan O'Sullivan, Paul O'Shea, Cian Murphy, Eamon Long and Niall McGillicuddy (back from left)  at the presentation of medals in The Malton, Killarney on Tuesday. Photo by Michelle Cooper Galvin

St Brendan’s College Football team winners of the Russell Cup and Tafe Cup (front from left) Matt Kelliher, Peter O’Sullivan, Evan Looney, Paul Lynch Manager (second row from left) Adam Kissane, Mark Cooper, James Muldoon, Liam Kelliher, Ruairi Doyle, Ryan Kelliher and Keith O’Leary (back from left) Tadhg Doolan, Alan O’Sullivan, Paul O’Shea, Cian Murphy, Eamon Long and Niall McGillicuddy (back from left) at the presentation of medals in The Malton, Killarney on Tuesday.
Photo by Michelle Cooper Galvin

St Brendan's College Soccer team winners of the All Ireland 1st Year (front from left) Joe Hurley Coach, Dylan Callaghan, Trevor Nagle Manager, Joe Rudden (second row from left) Cian O'Leary, Jack McClain, Conor O'Leary, Conor Henderson (back from left) Neil O'Shea, Owen Benson, Emmett O'Shea and Jack McCarthy at the presentation of medals in The Malton, Killarney on Tuesday. Photo by Michelle Cooper Galvin

St Brendan’s College Soccer team winners of the All Ireland 1st Year (front from left) Joe Hurley Coach, Dylan Callaghan, Trevor Nagle Manager, Joe Rudden (second row from left) Cian O’Leary, Jack McClain, Conor O’Leary, Conor Henderson (back from left) Neil O’Shea, Owen Benson, Emmett O’Shea and Jack McCarthy at the presentation of medals in The Malton, Killarney on Tuesday.
Photo by Michelle Cooper Galvin

24th of May. The first year football team were awarded medals for their all Ireland victory earlier in the year. The U15 football team received medals for their Munster Final victory back in November. The U15 soccer team also received their Munster Final runners up medals. As did the first year football team for their first year football blitz.

Guest speakers Johnny Culloty and Gerardine Nagle both spoke very well on the importance of students enjoying their sport and taking care of themselves. The coaches Ed O’Neill, Trevor Nagle, Joe Hurley, Kieran Mangan and Paul Lynch thanked the office and canteen staff of the school for all their help, money collecting and organising throughout the year. As well as the players for their outstanding attitudes, commitment and discipline to their sports throughout the year. Missing on the night was U15 coach Vince Cooper, his contributions and efforts throughout the year made certain the U15 school football team enjoyed the success of winning both the Kerry and Munster U15 football competitions.

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