Calling all Former Students of De La Salle College!

 

Remember ‘Probe’, the College Magazine & Yearbook?

We are trying to locate copies of Probe Magazine for our archives – Probe 1 was published in the early 1980’s & continued until Probe 15 in 1992. We have copies of the magazine from Probe 16 onwards.

If you have a copy of any of the issues of Probe 1-15 in the attic, or an old bookcase somewhere, we would be very grateful if you could donate or loan the copy to us – we would scan the magazine & return it to you in pristine condition, with our undying gratitude!!

 

The Heroes of '16

Click on the following link to hear a song celebrating the great heroes of the 1916 Rebellion in Ireland. The Heroes of '16

 

 

Song written and arranged by De La Salle Dundalk Music Teacher,Pamela Campbell and performed by students from 1st to 6th Year.

 

3rd Year Geography Trip March 2016

A great time was had by all on the 3rd year geography trip to the Burren. We enjoyed a farm visit with sheep herding, obstacle courses, archery and butter churning. We visited the Ailwee caves, Cliffs of Moher and Doolin caves. We took part in 5 a side soccer and a 3 hour surfing lesson on Lahinch Beach

Thanks to everyone for taking part in a fantastic weekend.

 

 

All Ireland Debating Champions

Coláiste De La Salle, Dún Dealgan (ó chlé: John Marley,captaen na foirne , Emmet Byrne agus Emanuel Ntemuse) ag ceiliúradh a mbua lena múinteoir bródúil, Cian Ó Náraigh ( ar dheis).  Sa phictiúr chomh maith, tá Príomhfheidhmeannach Gael Linn, Antoine Ó Coileáin ( ar chlé ) agus an scríbhneoir Áine Ní Ghlinn, a bhí mar aoichathaoirleach ar an ócáid. 

 On Thursday night last in the Lucan Spa Hotel in Dublin, history was made in De La Salle College as their Junior Irish Debating Team won their first All-Ireland Gael-Linn Debating Competition. In an exceptional debate on the topic of “Is fearr a bheith i do fhear”, “It is better to be a man”, the boys from De La Salle, made an impression on the judges with their arguments against the motion. John Marley, as captain set out the stall for the team with a compelling performance. This was followed by Emmanuel Ntemuse and Emmet Byrne, who balanced humour, sincerity and rebuttal in excellent displays. It was to be the boys from Mill Road’s night, as the Judges announced them as the winners to the delight of their Principal Mrs. O’Leary and supporters. It was a fantastic occasion for all involved, showcasing Irish in the De La Salle at the highest level. 100 hundred years on from the Easter Rising, to win ‘Comórtas an Phiarsaigh’, ‘Pearse’s Competition’, this victory will be noted as being an historical night for the school. Maith sibh, a bhuachaillí!  

 

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