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Daniel McCarroll is presented with his trophy by Professor Niall Moyna.

Daniel McCarroll is presented with his trophy by Professor Niall Moyna.

The sixth year students who received prizes at the Marist's annual prize-giving night

The sixth year students who received prizes at the Marist's annual prize-giving night

Prinicpal Alan Craven makes a presentation to guest speaker Dr Martin Mulroy, RCSI

Prinicpal Alan Craven makes a presentation to guest speaker Dr Martin Mulroy, RCSI

Callum Clarke is presented with the prize for top fifth year student by Stephen Martin

Callum Clarke is presented with the prize for top fifth year student by Stephen Martin

Eoghan Weldon is presented withthe MEA award for outstanding contribution to college life by Fr Jimmy

Eoghan Weldon is presented withthe MEA award for outstanding contribution to college life by Fr Jimmy

Principal Alan Craven presents Sarah Doyle with her prize

Principal Alan Craven presents Sarah Doyle with her prize

Dr Martin Mulroy, RCSI presents Elayna Watters with the Student of the Year trophy

Dr Martin Mulroy, RCSI presents Elayna Watters with the Student of the Year trophy

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Daniel McCarroll is presented with his trophy by Professor Niall Moyna.

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St Mary's College hosted their annual prize-giving night recently. The guest speaker was past pupil Dr Martin Mulroy, RCSI Honorary Clinical Professor of Medicine.

The school also welcomed back  principal Con McGinley, deputies Gerry Hearty and Gerry Lambe and many other former teachers to present various awards. Professor Niall Moyna form DCU, also a past pupil, presented the newest award for the best student from the Leaving Cert Physical Education class.

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Leaving Cert PE and Computer Science are two new subjects added to the leaving certificate programme and The Marist was lucky to be a pilot school for both. 

layna Watters  was presented with the student of the year award, the Fr McGeough Trophy, recognising her outstanding work in all subject in addition to her involvement in many societies, groups and initiative. Eoghan Weldon won the MEA award for outstanding contribution to college life. Callum Clarke received the Henry Plate for top 5thyear student while Sarah Doyle was the top student at Junior cycle, winning the McGinley Cup.


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