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Some Very Happy Children! For the past year we have been gathering some rather special clothes, (go raibh maith agaibh to all who helped out), and today, instead of being buried in wardrobes and drawers, these clothes were put to very good use. A great day in St. Mary's with celebrant Fr. Musenje
t’s Hotting Up!! Temperatures in Kabwe have reached the mid-thirties so time for the Sables Nua pupils to cool down with a visit to the newly - opened V.K. Lodge Pool. Our sincere thanks to our friends in W.I.T. who provided us with lots of new gear. W.I.T.’s Camogie jerseys got their first outing today
Congratulations to our Girls Soccer Team on winning the Kit Karberry Invitational Tournament. Our thanks too to C.L.G. Baile Átha Cliath for all the gear. Míle buíochas.
Our girls' soccer team have reached the end of the season - and finished in a most commendable second place. Well done to all the players and coaches Ba Elasmus, Ba Abel and the Big Bwana Madam Judith!
Give a fish to a man - He will eat for a day, but teach him how to catch fish-He will eat for the rest of his life.
One of these is a top level sportsman, renowned coach and player: the other is Geoff Parling , English rugby union international and British Lion!!! Mr. Pat, a well-down rugby fan, was delighted when Geoff dropped in as part of the touring Bhubesi Pride rugby coaching scheme and gave a hand with coaching the Sables
SABLES NUA QUEENS!! Our girls' soccer team have reached the end of the season - and finished in a most commendable second place. Well done to all the players and coaches Ba Elasmus, Ba Abel and the Big Bwana Madam Judith!
The last port of call for our visitors from Scoil Chaoimhín was the Embassy of Ireland in Lusaka. His Excellency , Ambassador Séamus O'Grady welcomed everybody to a patch of Ireland in Africa and gave the group a run-down on the support Ireland offers to Zambia. Míle buíochas do Séamus agus a fhoireann. After that