The Tesco Post Primary School Competition 2021 saw a huge response from Post Primary students hailing from all corners of the island of Ireland. Entries by way of essay, poetry, audio, artwork and video were received and gave the judging panel an insight into the role that the game of Camogie plays in the lives of students around Ireland.
Notable themes across entries included the building of friendships, physical and mental health, pride of place, and fun. The Tesco Post Primary School Competition 2021 has set another signpost in terms of the intrinsic role involvement in sport plays in the lives of adolescents in Ireland.
Congratulations to the following winning entries:
1st Prize Winners
Orlaith McDonnell (St. Killian’s College, Co. Antrim)
Ruth Nihill and Ciara Hickey (St. Flannan’s College, Co. Clare)
2nd Prize Winners
Sarah-Jane Hartnett, Leah Ward and Fionnuala Fallon (Rosses Community School, Co. Donegal)
Hazel O’Brien, Enya Dolan, Ava Gallery and Margaret Murphy (St. Flannan’s College, Co. Clare)
3rd Prize Winners
Ciara Shelly, Caitlin Shelly, Amy Reddan and Emer Dwan (Presentation Secondary School, Co. Tipperary)
Catie May McAleese (St. Killian’s College, Co. Antrim)
All prize winners will be contacted in the coming days.
The Camogie Association wishes to thank Tesco for the continued support of such initiatives in the promotion of the game of Camogie at grassroots level and beyond.