St Paul’s celebrate Ulster Colleges Success!

On Tuesday 25 June, St Paul's celebrated a very successful year in Gaelic Sports with a presentation night in the Carrickdale Hotel. Guest speakers on the night were Ulster Colleges Secretary Mr Seamus Woods, Ex Armagh Captain Mr Paul McGrane and Treasurer of Ulster Colleges Mr Sean McGourty. Ulster Colleges Secretary Seamus Woods, praised the 'passion and the vitality' of the St Paul's »»»

Year 8 students design new P.E. Kit

On Wednesday 5th June, six year 8 students and Head of Physical Education at St Paul's Mr John Rafferty, travelled to O'Neill's store in Belfast, to put forward their ideas and watch an O'Neill's designer bring their designs to life. These Year 8 students were selected as the top six designs from the whole of Year 8, and it is now up to Year 8 students to choose what Jersey they would like »»»

Year 14 student handed Armagh Senior debut!

Year 14 student Ciaron O'Hanlon, will start his first senior game for Armagh in Sunday's Ulster Senior Football Championship opening tie against Cavan. The 18-year-old was called up to the senior squad by manager Paul Grimley after starring for St Paul's during their run to the MacRory Cup final. Ciaron has never played for the county senior team before, but manager Paul Grimley had no »»»

St Paul’s is Club & Volunteer Award Winner 2013

Back L-R, Jarlath Burns, Vice-Principal, St Paul’s, Noel Doran, Editor, Irish News, John Rafferty, Head of PE & Sport, St Paul’s, Oliver Mooney, Principal, St Paul’s, Martin McAviney, Ulster GAA President Front L-R, Students Conor Boyle, Gregory McCabe, Louise Kenny, Aimee Mackin and Ciaron O’Hanlon St Paul’s High School, Bessbrook has been named as the Best Second Level School, »»»

St Paul’s win Ulster Colleges Treanor Cup!

St Paul's Bessbrook brought home another Ulster title to the School as they beat St Eunan's College Letterkenny in the Danske Bank Ulster Colleges Treanor Cup Final. Played at the fantastic facilities in Garvaghey, County Tyrone, St Eunan's started the brighter of the two teams as they kicked three points without reply in the opening five minutes of the game. St Paul's responded with a »»»

St Paul’s Year 9 team fall at final hurdle!

On Thursday 2 May, St Paul's Year 9 Boys' team lost out in the Danske Bank Ulster Colleges Corn Cholmchille Final as Patrician High School Carrickmacross won by a scoreline of 5-09 1-07. This was a very hard fought game with Patrician High School making the most of their chances and coming out deserving winners. [gallery columns="4" »»»

St Paul’s set for Corn Cholmchille Final

On Thursday 2 May, St Paul's Year 9 Boys' team are set to play in the Ulster Colleges Corn Cholmchille final against Patrician High School, Carrickmacross. The final takes place in Silverbridge GAA Club, County Armagh, with a 12.30pm throw-in. Keep an eye on our school Facebook and Twitter pages for any changes regarding the final. Route to the Final: Group Stage: St Paul’s Bessbrook 2-09 »»»

Jamie receives recognition for All-Star Award!

On Friday 12 April, the Danske Bank Ulster Colleges All Stars presentation took place at the Europa Hotel, Belfast. Jamie Cosgrove went along to collect his award and receive his recognition for being selected as left corner-back in the 15 players that were selected from schools all across the Ulster Province. Jamie plays his football for St Monnina's Killeavy GAA club and was part of »»»

U16 Ladies suffer All-Ireland Final heartache!

St Paul's U16 Ladies suffered All-Ireland Final heartache, as they got beaten by two points in extra time in the U16 A Junior All-Ireland Final. Four buses pulled out of St Paul's to head for Glenamaddy, County Galway, to support the ladies but unfortunately everything seemed to go against them as they lost out on their chance to win an All-Ireland medal. An exciting first half left St »»»

MacRory dreams shattered in Armagh!

Dreams were shattered for the St Paul's MacRory Cup team as they lost out by a single point to St Patrick's College, Maghera, in the Danske Bank Ulster Colleges MacRory Cup Final. Played in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh, St Paul's started brightly but two goals from St Patrick's meant St Paul's went in at half time trailing by four points. Half time score:     St Paul's, Bessbrook 0-03 »»»

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