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Déanann muid comhghairdeas le beirt dalta Choláiste Oiriall, Michaela Ní Anluain agus Michaela Ní Dhonnghaile ar éirigh leo dul go Craobh na hÉireann le culaith s’acu ‘Cailín Báile Punc’ a bheas ar siúl i mBaile Átha Cliath i lár mhí Aibreáin.

 

Coláiste Oiriall’s regional winning outfit at the Junk Kouture regional final in Derry. This outfit goes through to the Grand Final in 3Arena in mid-April. It is modelled here by Michaela Ní Anluain and was devised by Michaela Ní Dhonnghaile Coláiste Oiriall’s regional winning outfit at the Junk Kouture regional final in Derry. This outfit goes through to the Grand Final in 3Arena in mid-April. It is modelled here by Michaela Ní Anluain and was devised by Michaela Ní Dhonnghaile

One of the Coláiste Oiriall outfits has qualified to the Grand Final of the Kunk Kouture competition which will take place in the 3Arena, Dublin on Thursday, 14th April. The outfit qualified from the Ulster regional final which was held in the Millenium Forum in Derry on Friday. The outfit had been devised by Michaela Ní Anlúain and Michaela Ní Dhonnghaile but it was modelled in Derry by Inza Nic Canna as Michaela Ní Anluain was in France on the school tour.

Guímid ádh mór ar an dá Mhichaela a fuair fríd Chraobh Reigiúnda Uladh i nDoire ag dereadh na seachtaine. Is iontach an éacht í bheith i gCraobh na hÉireann. Eascraíonn samhlaíocht an chomórtais seo as bruscar, fuílleach fabraice agus conamar eile. Gabhann na daltaí buíochas leis an Mhúinteoir Olivia Mulholland as an iarracht mhór a rinne sí leo chun na cultacha a chur in oiriúint don chomórtas agus as a cuid saineolais a roinnt leo.

The Grand Final, featuring the top 80 dresses, will be adjudicated by Fashion Stylists, Lorna Mc Gee and Rob Condon as well as Tracy Fahey, Head of Fine Art and the Centre for Postgraduate Studies in the Limerick School of Art and Design and Louis Walsh, former XFactor judge. Ellen Connolly, a previous regional winner from Dundalk and student in the NCAD worked as a student judge in Derry on Friday night.

Bhí an culaith eile ó Choláiste Oiriall a bhí i nDoire go hiontach fosta- sin ‘Gléastacht na Linne Seo’ (Modern Elegance), modelled by Roisin Ní Amaill and devised by Caoimhe Ní Mhathúna

Junk Kouture is open annually to all secondary and grammar school students in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland and their challenge is to create an outfit of any shape or form, with the stipulation that it is made from recycled materials. The competition highlights the importance of environmentally aware behaviour and mindfulness of how much we consume and how much we throw away.

Beidh duaiseanna ar dóigh le fáil ag Craobh na hÉireann i mí Aibreáin. Gheobhaidh an scoil a bhuann an chéad áit €2,500 agus gheobhaidh baill agus múinteoir na foirne iPad Mini an duine. Bronnfar tuilleadh duaiseanna fosta leagtha amach mar seo a leanas: Best Regional Finalist, Best Hair and Makeup, Best Performance, Bank of Ireland Enterprise award, Most Unusual Material and Coder Dojo Techno award.