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5th Class Recount Writing

September 13th, 2017 by Mr Byrne

Mr Byrne’s 5th class have been preparing, drafting, writing and typing their own recount writing recently on the All Ireland Hurling final. Congratulations to Ruth McCloskey, Leah Molloy and Cyprian Wolski whose articles appear below:

All Ireland Final: By Ruth McCloskey

In Croke Park, Sunday the 3rd of September, the All Ireland Hurling Final 2017 took place. Galway vs. Waterford were the lucky finalists.

At the start of this highly anticipated game, Galway took an early lead with 2 points to nil. Waterford desperately needed a goal, and just past 4 minutes Waterford scored their first goal. By the 13th minute Galway were leading by 4 points, and on 17 minutes Galway had scored their 9th point.

At halftime, with Galway ahead by just 1 point, it was all or nothing for both teams! Both teams were playing their hearts out. But just on full time Galway went dashing ahead. The Waterford team had to do something! And fast!

But in the end, as the final whistle blew, it would be Galway to win this astonishing game. The final score was Galway 0-26 to Waterford’s 2-17. The Tribesmen had come out on top. It was 1988 the last time Galway won. So it seemed that Liam McCarthy had found a new home! Until next year! . . . .

2017 All Ireland Hurling Final: By Leah Molloy

On the 3rd of September 2017, Galway and Waterford battled it out in the All Ireland hurling final. It took place in Croke Park. It started at 3:30pm and ended at 5:15. Whatever team won would bring home the shiny Liam McCarthy cup.

Galway started with two quick points. Kevin Moran scored the first goal for Waterford. Galway were then winning by two points at half time. Tommy Ryan scored a spectacular point for Waterford and the Waterford fans cheered.

Galway eventually won and brought home the Liam McCarthy cup. All the Galway fans went home happy and they were very happy because Galway had not won in 29 years!

 

2017 All IRELAND HURLING FINAL by Cyprian Wolski

Last Sunday in Croke Park the All Ireland Final was played between Galway and Waterford. They were trying to win the trophy called Liam McCarty.

After the whistle blew, Kevin Moran scored a great goal for Waterford. But Galway did not want Waterford to win. Galway played their hearts out and Galway scored more points and before half time Galway were ahead by 1 point. This meant that it was 0-14 for Galway and 2-07 for Waterford. The crowd was amazed by the game so far.

In the second half though Waterford went ahead by a few points. The match was getting more intense every second. Galway then then got the breeze at their backs they had a chance to close the gap. At that second Galway scored a beauty and then a few more points. The final whistle blew and it was over – Galway had WON! The crowd cheered.

Galway were happy. They did not win for the past 29 years everyone was delighted. That’s how the All Ireland Final ended!

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This is Healthy Lifestyle Week

September 12th, 2017 by Ms Wynne

Monday 11th to Friday 15th September is Healthy Lifestyle Week in Talbot. Thank you to Valerie and Dylan and all in Mr Coleman’s class for creating a lovely banner for the school reception to let everyone know what’s going on in our school this week. The focus of healthy lifestyle week this year is healthy eating and all children are getting a chance to taste a wide variety of fruits and vegetables every day through the Food Dudes Programme. Also at Assembly on Thursday (9.10 3rds and 4ths and 9:45 5ths and 6ths) Ms Skelly’s class will do a presentation on Healthy Eating. We are not forgetting fitness and we encourage all our students to make good use of our new running track. Keep an eye on the website for up to date photos of fitness in action on the track.

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Dance Display

June 22nd, 2017 by Ms Wynne

We were treated to an excellent display of dancing organised by our SNAs Orla and Rosie. Well done to all involved as a lot of preparation time went into creating this routine of fancy footwork! 

 

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Operation Transformation 10@10

January 26th, 2017 by Ms Wynne

Mr Gordon recently told us all about Operation Transformation and what we can do in school to improve our fitness, health and general well being. One idea for primary schools across the country is called ’10@10′, which encourages all primary school children to take part in 10 minutes of physical activity at 10.am each day. Here is the link to ‘classroom workout’. There will be 2 versions of this video, one in English and one as Gaeilge.

 
 
 

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Athletics Training on Talbot Senior’s New Running Track and Operation Transformation

January 20th, 2017 by Ms Wynne

Pupils training on Talbot’s new running track with Mr Carty, in preparation for upcoming cross- country races. Our school is also following Operation Transformation with Mr Gordon, Mr Malone and Ms Ní Dhúill organising daily whole school exercise breaks.

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Eoghan O’Gara visits Talbot Senior with the Sam Maguire Cup

November 14th, 2016 by Ms Wynne

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On Thursday last, three times All-Ireland Medalist Eoghan O’Gara visited Talbot Senior bringing with him the Sam Maguire Cup. Hip hip Hurray for Dublin!

 

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Active School and Digital School of Distinction Flag Raising Ceremony

October 25th, 2016 by Ms Wynne

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Last Thursday morning the whole school celebrated our two new flags: Active School and Digital School of Distinction, in a flag raising ceremony.

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The Sam Maguire stays in Dublin

October 5th, 2016 by Ms Wynne

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Dublin 1-15 to Mayo 1-14

Dublin retain the Sam Maguire for the first time since 1977 with a 1-15 to 1-14 replay win over Mayo.

Well done to the Dublin team and their manager Jim Gavin and of course hard luck to Mayo. Thanks to both teams for the amazing entertainment.

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Sports Day 2016

June 24th, 2016 by Ms Wynne

Sports days were held on the 8th and 9th of June this year. Thank s to  Mr Carty for organising and running both days. Here are a selection of photos of what were two fabulous days.

 

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C’mon Ireland in the European Football Championship 2016

June 7th, 2016 by Ms Wynne

We would like to wish the Republic of Ireland soccer team the best of luck in the European Championship. Special good wishes go to Stephen Quinn, our past pupil, who has been selected as part of the 2016 squad. We are very proud of him. Stephen took some time out last week from a hectic training schedule to visit us.  Stephen is a brother of Jenny who is a member of our staff. Good luck to Stephen Ward also, who is a brother of Ms Ward and a nephew of Ms Madden.

 

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