The 2017 Transition Year 5km Family Fun Run/Walk was held on Thursday March 30th. Many thanks to all who supported the event by running or walking the course.

First home was Shane Hanley of Galtee Runners in a fine time of 19.02. He was followed by Fifth Year student Dylan Mullins in 19.11 and Alan O'Brien in 19.45.

Full results are listed below:

A large crowd was present at Mitchelstown CBS on Friday last September 30th  as the school honoured students’ achievements in academic excellence, special achievements and community involvement.  Students and immediate past-pupils, parents and family members, staff and special guests were present to recognise achievements from the 2015/16 school year.    

Student Award winners 2016.

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The Mitchelstown C.B.S. Young Social Innovators award winning team were recognised for their achievements by Cork County Mayor, Cllr. John Paul O’Shea, at a reception in County Hall on June 9th.   The group of four boys – Richard Maher, David Blackburne, Colin Devaney and Kevin Coleman – together with their mentor, TY co-ordinator Ms. Carmel Ryan and family members joined 5 other winners recognised for their achievements in sporting and cultural activities from across Cork county, at the invitation of Cllr. O’Shea. 

     

Great turnout for TY Family fun run at the CBS on April 14th.   See our Facebook page- CBS Secondary, Mitchelstown- for pictures (coutesy of Gerard O'Sullivan).

First 3 men home:

  1. No. 425   Stuart Moloney (Mooreabbey Milers)     15.40
  2. No. 426   Kieran Lees (Mooreabbey Milers)          16.41
  3. No. 543   Willie O'Connor (Galtee Runners)          18.26

First 3 ladies home:

  1. No. 461   Leah Howard                                       24.24
  2. No. 517   Mae McKenna                                     26.01
  3. No. 508   Claire O'Connell (Galtee Runners)         26.02

For timings and placings for runners - Click "Read more".

 

Mitchelstown CBS senior footballers created history in St. Conleth's Park Newbridge on March 26th, as their one point win over St. Mark's Warrenpoint ensured their victory in the All-Ireland senior C football final.  This is a first All-Ireland title in the school's history, and indeed the first national sports team title to come to Mitchelstown.