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Archive Events 2018-2019

Sports Day Winners 2019

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Sports Day 2019 finished with the presentation of sports awards for the year. It is a great celebration of all of the participation by our students throughout the year.

The Rugby 7s and Tag Rugby trophies started the proceedings.

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Sam, Ross, Marco, Alex, Elena and Ellen received rugby awards.

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Rachel, Chinwe and Amy received hockey awards.

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Evelyn and Javier received soccer awards.

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Izaak and Avril won sporting endeavour awards.

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Craig was presented with the TY Leinster Orienteering award which he won recently.

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Sports person of the year is presented to a student who has gone beyond all expectations in their commitment to sports in the school and also at home. They encourage others to participate and show a real love for sports. This year Roisín was named Female Athlete of the Year and Conor was named Male Athlete of the year. Congratulations to all our awards winners and to everyone who took part in sports throughout the year in Wilson's Hospital School.

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New awards in basketball and badminton were presented in assembly this week. Congratulations to Evelyn and Shalom who were named as Girls and Boys Basketball Player of the Year respectively. Sam was named Most Improved Badminton Player of the Year and Joshua received the award for Badminton Player of the Year.

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Sports Day 2019

Sports Day started with a sponsored walk to Donore in Multyfarnham and back to ice cream at the pitches. It was perfect weather for this enjoyable event.

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The novelty races were next and were great fun with a very competitive edge!

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Sports Evening 2019

The Sports events got underway with the Weafer Mile, run in memory of Joe Weafer who was such a great advocator of participation in sport while he taught in Wilson's Hospital School. The race was won this year by Evan.

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This was followed by the swimming gala and fun swims. Youth for Christ also had the Nomad Cage Soccer on the go.

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After tea, junior pupils played a soccer tournament and seniors played a tag rugby tournament. The Junior Soccer final was very exciting, being decided on penalties in the end. The winning Senior Tag team played a staff team. The evening ended with Form 6 pupils playing tag rugby against the staff. It got too late to have the annual limbo competition this evening but it will be held tomorrow afternoon instead.

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Junior rugby players on tour.

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A tired group of Junior boys arrived back to WHS on Sunday night after an action packed few days in Wales. 

They left WHS early on Friday morning and made their way to Rosslare to get the Ferry to Pembroke. On Friday afternoon they had a two hour training session in the Ospreys High Performance Facility in Swansea. The session was taken by former pro player Tom Sloane. Tom then gave the boys a tour of the facilities including the analysis room showing the Wilson’s players how the pro players break down and analyze their own performances after games. That evening the boys headed back to the hotel for food and a recovery session in the hotel swimming pool. 

On Saturday morning we travelled to local club (Waunarlwydd RFC) to take on the home team as well as two other teams in a round robin format blitz. We won two games and narrowly lost out in the third. All games were very well contested with all of the Wilson’s players performing admirably against physically bigger sides. Max finished the morning with 5 tries and other tries came from Tom, Joel, Sam, Stephen, Ross and Matthew.  After the game we retired to the Waunarlwydd club house where we were treated to lovely food and tour captain Reuben swapped jerseys with the opposition captain. 

After a very successful morning we headed to the local beach (Caswell Bay) for a surf lesson. It served as another bit of recovery for the boys who were sore after all of the rugby that morning. 

In the evening we made our way to Parc Y Scarlets to watch the home team take on Zebre. It was great to see so many tries with Scarlets running out winners 41.0. 

On Sunday morning after an early breakfast we made our way to Fallbay RFC for another two games. The first kicking off at 10am against Bonymaen RFC. In a very competitive game we ended up coming back from 15-0 down to draw 20 points each. Up next were the home club Fallbay RFC. Again the game was very competitive. We came out on top 15-7. Matthew (2), Reuben (2), Sam (2) and William (Try of the Tour) with the scores. 

After our second game all the teams headed up to the club house for a meal and a jersey exchange. Our captain for Sunday was Ross who performed admirably over the course of the entire tour. Afterwards, we made a stop at the Ospreys shop before making our way back to Pembroke for the Ferry. 

It would be unfair to single out players as all 29 players performed admirably through the course of the 5 tour games! Tom, Matthew and Sam were named players of the Tour and presented with signed balls from all the players on the Ferry home. Well done boys! 

Last ever hockey match on the grit pitch.

The last ever hockey match was played on the grit pitch today, Thursday 11th April. Construction of the new all weather astro pitch starts next week. Staff played against the Form 6 pupils in a friendly, competitive game. Skills on both teams ranged greatly from people playing their first ever hockey to more seasoned players. It was a tight match with the pupils eventually winning. 

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