Kilkenny College Senior Girls were 5-0 winners over Loreto Kilkenny in the South East Cup Final on Wednesday last. A hat trick from Yasmin Pratt and two goals from Elva Kerr saw the girls reverse the disapointment of last year and reclaim the trophy for Kilkenny College. This win also qualifies the team for the All Ireland Kate Russell Championships which will be held in Banbridge at the end of March. 

A full photo gallery can be found by clicking here

 

Attention all students - You are invited to enter the 'Farm Fun Selfie' Competition. To enter, simply take a fun farm selfie over the weekend&nbsp and email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Monday 2pm. Total prizes are valued at €60.00!!!

Please stay safe and be sensible when out and about on the farm, particularly when taking selfies.

Please see the letter below regarding early school closure on Friday 3rd March due to Form 1 Parent/Teacher Consultation meeting.

pdf Early School Closure Friday 3rd March (Form 1 Parent/Teacher Consultation meeting) (716 KB)

 

See below some footage of the 2016 Kilkenny College Charity Tractor Run.

Elizabeth Nicholson

President of Kilkenny College/Celbridge

Past Pupils Association

INVITES all Past Pupils, Partners and Friends

To our

Annual Luncheon on

Sunday 5th March 2017 

Church Service at 11.30 in St. Canice’s Cathedral, Kilkenny. (Optional)

Followed by a

Meet and Greet Reception at 1pm in

The Lyrath Hotel, Dublin Road, Kilkenny.

Luncheon served at 2pm

Cost €30

Commiserations to the Junior Boys Rugby squad who lost narrowly to Newbridge College on a 22-20 scoreline in the final of the Leinster Schools Junior League at Donnybrook yesterday. This was a memorable final from the first minute to the last. The JCT displayed great tenacity and skill in coming back three times from behind and scoring three excellent tries. Both sides fought to the final whistle and at the end Newbridge emerged narrowly victorious. Congratulations to both sides and all the coaches for providing a match worthy of any final. The standard of play and sportsmanship was excellent throughout. Thanks also to all those students, parents and family members who gave unstinting support to our squad throughout the game and after the match had ended. Best wishes to the SCT and JCT as they move into the Leinster Schools Cup competitions. The SCT play Wilson’s Hospital School on Wednesday 18th January at Donnybrook Stadium and the JCT play CBC Monkstown on Thursday 9th February also at Donnybrook Stadium.