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Thursday 21 March 2019

David and Conor share top award

Conor Keane, joint winner of the Tony Boland Award for best results, receives his award from Margaret Boland. Also pictured are Kathleen and Barry Keane, and school principal Michael McMahon
Conor Keane, joint winner of the Tony Boland Award for best results, receives his award from Margaret Boland. Also pictured are Kathleen and Barry Keane, and school principal Michael McMahon
David Kelly, joint winner of the Tony Boland Award for best results, receives his award from Margaret Boland. Also pictured are Liam and Stephanie Kelly, and school principal Michael McMahon (centre)
CBS Junior Cert 2018 award recipients in the Riverbank House Hotel with Michael McMahon, principal, Mary Sinnott, teacher, and Margaret Boland

Anna Hayes

High achieving students at the CBS Secondary School recently received awards to mark their excellent results in the Junior Certificate exams for 2018.

This year, the prestigious Coláiste Eamonn Rís Tony Boland Award was presented to two students who excelled in their exams; David Kelly and Conor Keane both received silver medals to acknowledge their hard work.

The awards ceremony was held at the Riverbank House Hotel.

School principal Michael McMahon commended the students on their great work ethic, thanking their parents as well saying that their hard work in helping the boys to make it through the exam process often went unnoticed. The evening is a celebration of the students' achievement and a night of encouragement for them as they face into the demanding Leaving Cert years.

The full list of students who received plaques is as follows: Eoin Afolabi Joseph, Noel Browne, Shane Clancy, Darragh Collins, Jack Forde, Oliver Gould, Liam Lahiff, Denis Miculescu, Kieran Morris, Jordan Murphy, Nathan Murphy, Gergely Pap, Jahnavi Prasad Parimkayala, Daniel Reck, Jesse Ryan, Daniel Sas, Andrew Tsebrynskyy, Sean White, Niks Leo Ziemelis, Ian Cullen, Adam Connolly, Justin Dempsey, Eoin Foley, Conor Furlong, Daniel Lawlor, Lewis Leniston, Pierce Mc Donnell, James Molloy, Daniel Nolan, Abdel Rahman Osman, Bartlomiej Pakula, Will Sidney, Andrew Simmons, Jack Walsh, Sean Byrne, Cian Connolly, Jason Dempsey, Aaron Doyle, Callum Doyle, Rian Doyle, Jake Giltrap, Owen Kong, Joshua O' Brien, Callum O' Driscoll, Eamonn O' Leary, and Mateusz Wojciesziewicz.

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