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Physical Education

 

Over the past 10 years sporting activities have played an important role in the development of the college, and the students and staff. From humble beginnings, the PE Department now manages and delivers an extensive curricular programme with a wide range of extracurricular activities and college teams.

Dominic Clarke got the ball rolling on the ‘old site’ ten years ago when he set up the initial PE programme. At that time, facilities were limited and Dungannon Leisure Centre was asked to provide physical activities. During this time, school teams for soccer and netball were organised and friendlies were played with local colleges.

Moving to the new site, with better facilities, the PE Department had greater opportunities to develop sporting activities. Sport and physical activities now play a central role in the life of the college. The PE Department, along with many willing members of staff, have helped develop a wide ranging curriculum and an extensive programme of Extracurricular Activities. Additionally, through sport the college has developed strong links with the local community. Outside coaches from Dungannon Rugby Club, Dungannon Swifts Football Club, Armagh Athletics Club and Tyrone Towers Basketball Club have played key roles, as have coaching experts in Yoga and Dance. Also, the PE Department has utilised local facilities including Dungannon Park, Dungannon Youth Club, Dungannon Leisure Centre, Loughry College and Gosford Forest Park to establish strong community links.

The students are fortunate to have a number of staff who have given of their free time to promote and develop sporting activities in the college. This list includes:

  • Rita McKenna – Netball, Gaelic, Soccer, Cross-Country, Camogie
  • Dominic Clarke – Soccer, Basketball, Cross-Country, Rugby, Gaelic
  • Stephen Rice – Soccer, Cross-Country, Athletics, Gaelic, Rugby
  • Colin Holmes – Soccer, Gaelic
  • Lesley-Ann Hetherington – Hockey
  • Yvonne Beggs – Hockey
  • John Leckey– Soccer
  • Andrew Sleeth – Duke of Edinburgh, Outdoor Pursuits
  • Claire Sleeth – Horseriding
  • Deirdre Kelly – Gaelic (girls)
  • Aidan Dolan – Cross-Country (Founder!)

From the early days and the friendly sporting fixtures, sporting activities have underwent an enormous evolution with the college now participating in a wide range of sporting fixtures. Over the past few years the college has been competing in tournaments for Soccer (boys and girls), Gaelic (boys and girls), Rugby, Hockey, Basketball, Cross-country and Athletics.

The hard work and commitment of the students and staff have brought outstanding results including:

Caolan Flanagan All Ireland Colleges High Jump Champion (2005)
Represented NI Senior Athletics Team (2005)
Fionnuala Ross 3rd in Ulster Schools Cross-Country Championships
2nd in Ulster School 1500m in the Athletics
Championships and represented Ulster and Ireland (2005)
Martin Gervin and Eirin McDaid 1st respectively in the Ulster Minor and Senior Boys’ Cross-Country Championships (2005)
Year 10 Netball Team Alpha League Winners 2001 and 2004
U16 Gaelic Team Runners up in the Tyrone Vocational Schools ‘B’ Final (2004)
Year 9 Soccer Team Runners up in the Mid-Ulster Cup (2002)
Year 8 & 9 Hockey Teams Runners up in the Integrated Colleges U13 Cup (2005)
Mel Og Maginness 1st student at the college to enjoy success in Cross-Country at Ulster Level and represent the College at All-Ireland Level (2000/01)
Peter Armour 1st student to represent the College at The Milk Cup and he went on to win an All-Ireland Minor medal with Tyrone and an Ulster Junior Clubs Championship medal with Stewartstown
Zoe and Kirsty Martin represented NI School girls in Soccer (2004/05)
Toddy McNicholl part of an Ulster Swimming Squad
Matthew McNicholl represented the College in All-Ireland College Swimming finals over a number of years (1999-04)
Mark Leonard Tyrone player of the tournament at the Milk Cup (2004)
Ian Burton member of Ulster Basketball Squad U18 (2004/05)
Jonathan Cummings Awarded two silver medals in Freestyle/Backcrawl at the UK Senior Championships (May 2005)
1st twice in Freestyle/Backcrawl at The Welsh Open (Summer 2005)
1st and 3rd in Freestyly/Backcrawl at The German Open (Summer 2005)

- Stephen Rice (Head of Physical Education)


Girls’ Gaelic Team pictured with PE teacher, Deirdre Kelly, showing their new strip sponsored by Forker’s Gardening Products. Other sponsors of kits are John Molloy Plastering, Armagh Sports and Trophies and Chieftain Trailers


Fionnuala Ross and Eirin McDaid proudly display their medals won at the All-Ireland Athletics Finals in Waterford, March 2005


Senior Boys’ Basketball Team


ICD Athletics Team on their way to the All-Ireland Finals in Co Waterford


Junior Girls’ Hockey Team


Year 10 2003/04 Alpha League Netball winners

 

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