Monthly Archives: March 2019

First Year Football

Well done to the First Year footballers who secured a superb win in the First Year Championship Quarter Final against St. Louis, Kiltimagh  with a 7-20 to 3-07 scoreline. Well done to all players and ...

Liam Gilmartin RIP

It was with great sadness that the CBS learnt of the passing of Liam Gilmartin former CBS student and the last member of the double All-Ireland winning Roscommon team of the 1940s. He was a great frie ...
Connacht Champions

Connacht Champions

Staff and management at the CBS wish to sincerely thank all the players and coaches of the Senior Football team who won the Connacht Senior B final, with an emphatic 19 point victory over Summerhill, ...

Senior B Connacht Final

The Senior B Connacht Final took place on Saturday in Bekan at 12:00pm against Summerhill, Sligo. Many thanks to all who braved the elements and came along to support the Red and White, it was fantast ...

Blue Ribbon World Record Attempt

The countdown is on to the school’s attempt to break a Guinness Book world record on April 5th. The Edmund Rice Centre is busy putting together the final details of the event, and the ribbon – all 155 ...

Study Skills Workshop

Michael Bond visited the school last week as a follow up to his Study Skill workshop earlier in the year. He met with students and spoke to them about evaluating their progress and how they can keep o ...
Cuckoo Hill Activity Visit

Cuckoo Hill Activity Visit

Last Thursday, a group of Transition Year students visited Cuckoo Hill Bootcamp, in Taughmacconnell, located between Athlone and Ballinasloe.  Cuckoo Hill is an activity centre which allows students t ...
Rugby Support Thank You

Rugby Support Thank You

2019 has been the most successful year to date for our Senior Rugby squad, and as the curtain closes on this season, we wish to take a moment to reflect on the incredible journey that has been taken, ...

Edmund Rice Centre Barracks Visit

The students in the Edmund Rice Centre took part in a tour of Custom Barracks in Athlone as part of Engineers Week, they got to fire guns, jump in the army boat, drive tanks and ask lots of questions ...