Tulsk vs St Dominics Match Prediction (29-09-2019 12:45)

Our Prediction:


Will win

Points from Ruth Finlass and Rise Lennon brought the game back level after 20 minutes of action. Good play from Siobhan Tully saw her drive into the Clann penalty area and she managed to pick out Sinead Clabby who was left with the easy task of putting the ball into the Clann net from close range. Clann reduced the deficit by two before the end of the half with points from Caoimhe Quinn and Rise Lennon. However, Kilbride were coming more and more into the game at this stage. Fiona Tully put Kilbride back in front with a nicely-taken point before Kilbride hit Clann with another blow.

Flynn, C. Final score 4-18 to 0-11. Fitzmaurice(0-01). Fahey (0-02), N. Our Tulsk Fuels FloGas sponsored Intermediate team had a comprehensive win over ire g in the IFC quarter-final on Sunday. Feeney, D. O'Rourke (0-01), D. O'Rourke, S. Fahey, N. Scott (1-03), T. Conlon (1-03), P. O'Connor, I. Galvin, T. Galvin (1-00), R. Jones, R. O'Rourke (0-03), C. McNamara, D. Kelly (1-01), Th. Coyne, R. Connolly (0-01). Team: R. Lennon, F. Moylan, G. Subs used: E. O'Rourke (0-03), J.

With so many matches going on at the same time this year I havent been able to go to as many games as I would have liked to, but according to my sources, the Pearses/Brigids game in Ballyforan last Sunday was an absolute cracker and one of the best seen at senior level in the county for a number of years. Lets hope we have more of the same this weekend.

Roscommon Gaels quest for a first senior title in 15 years is still on course after this enjoyable quarter-final played in Strokestown on Saturday evening. Liam McNeills men faltered a bit during the first half when playing against the strong breeze, but once they got going in the second period they pulled away to win with a bit to spare.

Seamus Duke on sport - September 27th

degree in Elementary Education, Special Education, and Library Science. I hope that when they graduate from St. As an educator at a Catholic school, I believe that we not only have to teach children the academic subjects well, we also need to guide them to live a Christian life. I help them to understand the importance of these Sacraments, prayer and worshiping as a community. Dominic School, as are my children. I graduated from Mankato State College with a B.S. Dominic School in 1978. When I was a student at St. Dominic School, I greatly admired my teachers that I wanted to be a teacher like them. In second grade, the children receive the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist. I started teaching at St. I am an alumni of St. Dominic School they will have deep, life long relationship with God.

There was a lengthy stoppage of play midway through the second half due to an injury to Clann defender Ellie Hewitt. There was a tense finish to the game but both sides were only able to add one more point to their tally. It took the players a few minutes to get back up to the pace of the game. Two Rise Lennon points left Clann three points up with a couple of minutes of normal time remaining. A high ball was sent in towards Kilbride forward Niamh Shanagher and from a tight angle she manged to get her hand to the ball before Martina OBrien in the Clann goal to send the ball into the net. Saoirse McManus put Clann ahead but shortly after that a converted Tara Taylor free meant that the sides will have to go to battle again next Friday night in Ballyforan. However, Kilbride showed why they have been champions for the past three years, coming back when they were seemingly out of the game.

As I guide and lead children in daily music lessons, I watch, listen and take from them never forcing. The music of the children, their voice, their movement, and their ability to let the music take them to another place, another time, is genuinely heartfelt so pure, simple and beautiful. I respect the capabilities of children and believe the experience of making music together enables children to grow and achieve a richer and more fulfilled life.

Travel is an important part of my life outside of school and shapes many parts of my curriculum. I often do volunteer work in my travels, embracing common values with the local people I have met along the way. I want to build confidence in them that they can have an impact on the local and global community as creative individuals and as agents for positive change through Art and STEM. I am fascinated by the many ways history and culture have shaped Art in different parts of the world. It is my hope to inspire my students to be curious about and accepting of, the world around them.

Dominic School! My husband Doug and I are passionate about providing a Catholic education to our four children. We love the small class sizes, excellent education, and the fact that students can learn about God and live out their faith daily. All three of our daughters graduated from St. I cant wait to get to know all of the PreK students and their families! I adore working with young people and have a special interest in instilling the love of reading. Its going to be a wonderful, faith-filled year at St. Teach a child to love books and theyll be a life-long learner. Dominic School and our son, Thomas, will be in sixth grade this year.

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After working for about 15 months in Chicago, I moved to MN in August of 1971 and have been here ever since. Johns. I look forward to my time at St. I have served in three parishes in the Twin Cities: as associate at the Cathedral (2 years), and as pastor at Transfiguration in Oakdale (8 years) and St. As an aside, many of the priests providing assistance to St. I went on to the then College of St. While on a retreat in the spring of 1993, I felt a tug to attend seminary. Thomas, graduating with a computer science/accounting major. John of the Cross, and became the first of what would be many, many students to attend Fenwick High School in Oak Park, a Chicago suburb. I enjoy reading, walking, hiking, travel, golf (when the weather accommodates) and racquetball. I applied in December of that year, was laid off in April of 1994 (think God was watching out for me?), began seminary in the fall of 1994, and was ordained May 27th, 2000. I worked for Prudential Insurance Company, starting in the Systems Division, eventually moving to Facilities Management. I was in a new parish in 8th grade, St. Dominic and Annunciation and also look forward to developing some new relationships. Patricks in Inver Grove Heights (8 years). I also greatly appreciate the relationships I have developed at all three parishes. Ive been privileged to preside at baptisms, weddings and, sadly, funerals involving people in those relationships. I was born and raised in the Chicago area, I attended Catholic schools from K-12.