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D’éirigh le ceathrar snámhaí ó Choláiste Oiriall dul ar aghaidh go dtí Craobh Uladh de Mharatón uiscíochta na Scoileanna a bheas ar siúl ag deireadh na míosa i nDoire.

Coláiste Oiriall swimming team, Kendra Ní Fhagáin, Claire Nic Giolla Easpaig, Eoghan Ó Cianáin, Faolán Ó Cathmhaoil and

Emma Nic Giolla Easpaig represented the school in the district Schools’ Aquathlon Championships in Omagh on Thursday. The competition was organised by Triathlon Ireland.

Four of the swimmers were successful in getting through to the Ulster finals – times in brackets. Kendra (26.23), Claire (31.56), Faolán (19.37) and Emma (24.24) in the under 13 competition had to swim 14 lengths while Eoin (26.31) in the under 15 competition had to swim 18 lengths. Faolán achieved the overall third place. Boys and girls swam together but not in the same competition with trials continuing throughout the day and competitors’ feet chipped for timing purposes.

Cúigear snámhaí a ghlac páirt sa Chraobh Ceantair de Mharatón Uiscíochta na Scoileanna ar an Omaigh: Faolán Ó Cathmhaoil, Emma Nic Giolla Easpaig, Kendra Ní Fhagáin, Claire Nic Giolla Easpaig agus Eoghan Ó Cianáin.  Cúigear snámhaí a ghlac páirt sa Chraobh Ceantair de Mharatón Uiscíochta na Scoileanna ar an Omaigh: Faolán Ó Cathmhaoil, Emma Nic Giolla Easpaig, Kendra Ní Fhagáin, Claire Nic Giolla Easpaig agus Eoghan Ó Cianáin.

Beidh ceathrar dalta Oiriall imeasc na n-iomaitheoirí ó gach cearn d’Uladh a ghlacfaidh páirt sa Chraobh go luath. Beidh ag na hiomaitheoirí faoi 13 ceithre fhad déag den pholl a shnámh agus bíonn ar na hiomaitheoirí faoi 15 ocht gcinn déag a shnámh. Comhghairdeas speisialta le Faolán Ó Cathmhaoil a fuair an tríú háit ina iomlán.

Ten males and ten females were chosen to represent the district in each category in the upcoming Ulster Schools Finals in November 2015 in Templemore Sports Complex, Derry.  Schools were permitted to nominate up to a total of 10 pupils, both male and female. The event was a timed event and the ten fastest boys and girls in each category are going through to represent the district in upcoming Ulster Schools Finals later in the month in the Templemore Sports Complex, Derry.