Campion College and Immaculate Conception High showed that they were a class ahead of the rest as they comfortably retained their respective titles at the Mayberry Investments High Schools Swim Meet on Friday at the National Aquatics Centre, Independence Park, National Stadium complex.Campion retained the boys’ title with 419 points, finishing well ahead of Wolmer’s Boys’ (366), Jamaica College (282), Hillel Academy (166), and Calabar High (91).Immaculate blew away their opponents in the girls’ category with a whopping 634 points. Campion College (354) were second, followed by St Andrew High (282.50), Wolmer’s Girls’ (137) and Convent of Mercy Academy (Alpha) 57.There was also a two-team tertiary competition, which saw the University of the West Indies (316 points) reign over Caribbean Maritime Institute (121).The high-point trophy winners with the best individual scores were:Boys 12 and Under:- Kyle Sinclair of Wolmer’s Boys’, 41 points, while recent Carifta Swim Championships record breaker Emily MacDonald led the girls’ age group for Campion College with 45 points.In the age 13-14 category, Jordane Payne of Wolmer’s Boys’ scored 43, while Immaculate’s Karci Gibson had 31.Chay Stewart of Wolmer’s Boys’ and Anjuii Barrett of Campion (girls) topped the 15-16 age group with scores of 43 and 41 points, respectively.The 17 and over boys went to Jamaica College’s Yonatan Goren, courtesy of 37 points, and Gabrielle Hopkins of Immaculate won the female award with 32.SEVEN INDIVIDUAL RECORDSSeven individual records were broken at the meet, including a double by MacDonald in the girls 12′ and under 100 and 200m freestyle events.Dominic Mullings set new marks in the boys’ 12 and under 100 and 200m freestyle, while Kyle Sinclair also broke the 50 and 100m freestyle records.The other record fell to Britney Williams in the girls 13-14 200m freestyle, while two relay records were also broken – by Wolmer’s Boys’ in the 15-16 200m freestyle and the UWI women in the 17 and over 200m freestyle.
Glenswilly GAA Club notes U9s and U11sCongratulations to the U9s and the U11s on winning the Inishowen League Tournament in Buncrana last weekend. It was a great occasion for the Underage structures at the club and a great endorsement for all that is being done at this level. Congratulations to all those who help in any way with the underage teams. MinorsHard luck to the minor team in their championship final game against Cloughlaneely in Convoy last Friday.SeniorsThe lads put in a great shift to overcome MacCumhaills in the Championship Quarter Final on Saturday afternoon last. They now must do it all again against Malin this Sunday if they are to reach the final where they will face either Kilcar or Naomh Chonail. The club is encouraging as many supporters as possible to get behind the team and get along to O’Donnell Park this Saturday afternoon for the 2.30pm throw-in. Best of luck lads. FIXTURESMICHAEL MURPHY SPORTS SENIOR A CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI FINALGlenswilly v Malin at 2.30pm inO Donnell Park this Sunday (2nd Oct)Ref Seamus McGonigleU16 BoysGlenswilly v Burt in Burt Wed 28th Sept has now been called off.Minor Division 2 ChampionshipGlenswilly v St Nauls is scheduled for 1st/2nd Oct (Time and Venue to be confirmed will be posted on Facebook) U10 TournamentGlenswilly U10s will travel to O’Donnell park on Saturday for last tournament of the year.U13 Boys DevelopmentGlenswilly A v Robert Emmets at 6.30pm in Glen Fri 30th Sept Sun 2nd Oct (last games of season)St Eunans B v Glenswilly B at 12noon in O Donnell ParkGlenswilly A v McCools A at 12noon in O Donnell ParkU13 GirlsGlenswilly v Robert Emmets at home at 5pm on 2nd OctU16 GirlsGlenswilly play away to Malin at 12noon on the 1st OctLadies League FinalThe Glenswilly ladies are in the league final this Sunday 2nd October (Time and Venue to be confirmed will be posted on facebook)Ladies AGMThe Ladies AGM will take place on October 23rd next at 6pm in the clubhouse.Fixture ChangeThirds Michael Murphy Senior C ChampionshipGlenswilly v McCumhaills at 12 noon on Sunday 9th OctoberJiving lessonsThe lessons started in the club hall on Friday night last and there was an excellent turn-out. Dancing continues every Friday to 4th November 8pm -10pm and there will also be a dance on the 28th October in the Station House Hotel for all the new jivers.Parking reminderJust a reminder for all teams and games that take place on a Wednesday night please park your cars on the track around the pitch the gates will be open to allow all players and supports to park around the track. This is due to the traffic congestion during the bingo times. Bingo starts at 9pm and all are welcome with more than €2,000 on offer each night.Thanks FrankThe club would like to thank Frank Carberry for his time, commitment and dedication on the recent course he underdone at the club. Many thanks Frank.Lotto resultThe winner of this week’s club lotto was Sean Morris from Letterkenny who matched three numbers. The winning numbers were 8,9,10 and 11.Health and wellbeingHealth and Wellbeing officer at the club Elaine McFadden has asked anyone interested in a Connect Mental Health session to follow the enclosed link for a local meeting.http://www.connectmentalhealth.ie/session/state-of-mind-ireland-mental-fitness-wellbeing/GAA news: Glenswilly face Malin in senior championship semi-final was last modified: September 27th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Glenswilly GAA notes