The PE department in Largy College offers pupils the opportunity to experience a diverse range of activities which enables pupils to fully develop their range of physical, analytical and social skills. Over the course of their school life students will develop lifelong skills and a knowledge in all strands of PE. These include: Gymnastics, Dance, Net and Field Games, Invasion Games, Outdoor Adventure and Athletics.  

Students can take part in a diverse range of extra-curricular activities such as Gaelic Football, Basketball, Athletics, Soccer, Futsol, Volleyball and Handball.

Well done to our U16 Ladies who came out on top with a comprehensive win over Ballybay this week. 

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On the 13th of October, the 1st and 2nd year girls attended a blitz in Cloghan organised by Monaghan Gaa coaching staff. Well done to all our players, TY coaches and referees. The girls all had a great day.

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On the 5th of October, the 3rd year boys attended a blitz in Cloghan organised by Monaghan Gaa coaching staff. Well done to all our players, TY coaches and referees. The lads had a great day.

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Congratulations to Áine, a TY student, who took part in a interschools show jumping event in Meadows Equestrian Centre. She competed in the open individual's
The team had a good round, it was a very competitive competition with very big numbers in the classes.

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Congratulations to our 5th year student, Molly Coffey O'Connor. 

Molly competed at the Talteanns Schools winning gold and bringing back the Talteanns cup by winning the most points for the Ulster girls team.

Molly qualified for the Irish team by winning the Talteanns. She then went on to compete in Derbyshire, England representing Largy College and Ireland. Molly competed against the top two discus athletes from England, Scotland and Wales. She went on to take the bronze medal setting a new pb of 35.64 metres in the process.

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Congratulations to Katelyn Greenan, in 6th year, who was part of the Monaghan Ladies Minor Team who won the Ulster Minor A title in 2021
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Congratulations to Sarah, Amy Jo, Laura and Lily who where part of the U16 County team to win Ulster A Final 2021

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Best of luck to 1st year student - Emily Dawes

Emily in All Ireland Cross Country Finals

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Well Done to our TY Future Leaders class who have continually worked online over the past few weeks and completed their modules. These students have now been certified with the Future Leaders Award. A great addition to their CV. 

The “Future Leaders Transition Year Programme” is a joint initiative from the GAA and the Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST). It is a cross-curricular programme comprising of a series of modules designed to encourage maturity, initiative, responsibility and leadership skills in pupils. The Programme gives pupils the knowledge and skills to support all roles required in the effective staging of Gaelic Games. As part of the Programme students are challenged to organise and run both on-field and off-field events for younger students

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First outing for our u14 Girls Football Team.

Our Transition Year who completed the Referee’s Course

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Well Done to all our Largy College students who participated in the ETB Sports Day on Thursday 16th May.

ETB Sports Day 2019

Largy College TY students and PE teachers completed Hell and Back on May 1st.

Largy Hell and Back - May 2019

Largy College students,teachers and staff all took part in the annual School 5k Run last Wednesday 27th March.

Largy School 5K Clones

Largy College u20 Girls Football were crowned Ulster Champions after beating St Pat’s Keady on Monday 14th January.

Largy College has a strong history of success in boys' Gaelic football. The 2018/19 season was a very successful year for the u-14 team who came out on top of their group

Gaelic Football at Largy Clones

Largy College receive their first Ulster Ladies School All Star Award

Largy First Ulster Ladies School All Star Award

Girls' Gaelic Football is up and running for the new academic year.

Girls Gaelic Football is up and running for the new academic year.