Hurling News

The U-14 hurlers won their first game of the year today by beating St. Vincent's CBS!!! 

Lusk started brightly when the sliotar was sent forward to Thi Fanning who finished to the net after just 8 minutes. Scores were hard to come by for the rest of the half as St. Vincent's dominated with 4 unanswered points. This could have been more only for the solid defending, along with a good save from Goalkeeper Ciaran McCann kept the team in touch. 

Half-time score: Lusk C.C. 1-0 St. Vincent's CBS 0-4. 

Lusk upped their performance considerably in the 2nd half but against the run of play, St. Vincent's scored another point to put them two up with only 15 minutes left. The team kept working though and grew in confidence as the game progressed. They were rewarded when Tiarnán Holland broke through the defence to strike a powering shot to the net giving Lusk the lead once again. There was a strong finish to the game as the hard working midfielders and forwards wore down the defence finally, with Luke Codd finishing with an impressive 1-02. 

There was a great effort by everyone involved on the day but Player of the match was Sean Naughton who worked tirelessly throughout in midfield. 

Final Score: Lusk C.C. 3-02 St. Vincent's CBS 0-05. 

The next match is against St. Finian's C.C. Thanks to Centra, Turvey for helping out with sponsorship of sports equipment to the team!! All support is greatly appreciated!!

Soccer News

Congratulations to our first year boys soccer team who reached the league cup final today by beating Dundalk Grammar school.

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Girls Soccer News

Congratulations to our second year girls soccer team who reached their first ever cup final yesterday afternoon (Monday, 9th February) by beating New Cross College, Finglas.

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Equestrian News March 1st 2015

Last Sunday (March 1st) was yet another successful day for Lusk Community College’s Equestrian team. Our team finished with four fantastic double clear rounds from Nicole Hartford, Sarah McGuinness, John Murray and Aisling McGuinness. That put us in a very promising position and gave us a place in the jump off.

 

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Equestrian News

 

There is only one day left in the inter-schools equestrian league and Lusk Community College are in a very promising position. We currently stand in second place, only four points behind the leaders.  

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