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2014/2015

  • Santry Athletics
    Congratulations to all the children who participated in athletics in Santry Stadium.
    Click here for more information.


  • Football
    Congratulations to our Boys Football Team who won the Cumann na mBunscoil final in Croke Park on Monday, November the 3rd.
  • Football
    Best of Luck to our Boys Football Team who have reached the Cumann na mBunscoil final. The boys will play in Croke Park on Monday, November the 3rd against St. Attractas, Ballinteer.

  • G.A.A.

    Well done to the Senior Football Team after beating St Davids, Artane 3-9 to 5-2 in the quarter final. They play in the semi-final next week.

    Well done to the girls football team after winning their quarter final 4-0 to 1-7. The Semi-final will be played next week.

    Junior football team are in the middle of their league. They are playing great football.

    45 3rd class boys attended the first 3rd class hurling training session. This is a huge attendance and hopefully a sign of things to come.

    The camogie team have started training with over 30 girls from 4th, 5th and 6th class practising hard. The girls have improved hugely over the last 2 years and we hope that this continues.

    It is recommended that any child who plays or is interested in playing hurling or camogie should have their own hurl and helmet. Order forms available from Mr. Keville this week. Helmets 50 euro, hurls 15 euro. 

2013/2014

2012/2013

  • Senior Football
    Congratulations to our Senior Football and Mr. Lennon on their great victory in Croke Park.
    Click here to read the full match report.

  • Swimming
    Congratulations to Robyn Lynch, Niamh Coyne, Hannah McEneaney and Jenny Zhai who represented Scoil Treasa in the schools swimming gala on the 19th January 2013.

  • Sports 2012/2013
    It’s wonderful to see so many children involved in sports in Scoil Treasa. So far this year there are 240 children taking part in football, hurling, camogie and basketball.
    Boys football Mr. O’Conaire Mr. Lennon
    3rd class football Mr. O’Conaire Mr. Lennon
    Hurling Mr. Walsh Mr. Keville
    3rd class hurling and camogie Mr. Walsh Mr. Keville
    Girls football Ms. Heffernan Mrs. O’Neill Mr. Keville
    Camogie Ms. Condron Mr. Keville
    Boys basketball Mrs. Dillon Ms. Hanly
    Girls basketball 5th/6th Ms. Connolly
    Girls basketball 3rd/4th Mrs. Tomlinson

    Throughout the year children will be able to get involved in athletics, golf and badminton.

     

     


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  • Girls Football - 25-09-2012
    The Girls Football Team recorded another win last Wednesday, this time against Holy Rosary, Ballycragh.  Well Done girls!  Keep up the hard work at training. 
    Despite the wet weather this weeks training took place indoors and we welcomed two new players.  
    Our next match is against St. Mark’s, Springfield.
  • Girls Gaelic Football
    Last Tuesday over forty girls attended Gaelic football training after school and on Wednesday we played our first match. Our opposition was St. Mary's National School, Saggart. We traveled by car to Cherryfield. The girls played very well from the start, passing and kicking well and we came away with a win, scoring 6 - 11.
    Thanks to parents for their continued support in providing lifts.

2011/2012

  • Senior Hurling News
    Congratulations to our Senior Hurling Team who won the Corn Aghais Cup in Croke Park last Wednesday, beating Scoil Áine, Shankill.

  • Senior Hurling News
    Scoil Treasa's senior hurling team are heading to Croke Park for the 1st time in over 10 years next Wednesday after a thrilling 3 point victory over St. Michaels in the Corn Aghais Shield semi final in Marlay Park! The boys have trained extremely hard all year and it paid off yesterday as they showed huge spirit and pride in the school jersey to hold out for a brilliant victory. The attitude of the team was typified by Patrick McDonagh as he received a broken finger while preventing a score to keep Scoil Treasa in front. There is now huge excitement in the school as the boys prepare for the final against Scoil Áine Shankill. We wish the boys the very best of luck and hope that the boys will have a strong support in attendance!
    Venue:
    Croke Park
    Time: 1.00 pm

2010/2011

 

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