It has been called the most successful home-made television show ever made in Ireland, cleaning up at this year’s IFTA’s. And we were delighted to see Jason Barry at the centre of the action, playing bad boy Dano. Jason is back in town shooting the fourth installment of Love/Hate. Watch your back Nidgey!.
Dublin clinched the NHL Division 1B title and a Division One semi-final clash with Tipperary as they saw off Limerick in a Semple Stadium thriller, 1-16 to 1-15 and it was Dublin Star Joey Boland who popped over the winning point two minutes from time. We were well used to Joey doing this during his time in the school. Always cool in class and cool on the pitch, Joey’s brilliance ensures that the Dubs will be enjoying Division status next year.
Well done to Eoin O’ Liathain who continues to impress as the President of the Trinity Philosophical Society. He recently attracted the attention of the Irish Times, as he was praised for work. And Eoin will not be lonely with more and more of our graduates choosing this fine academic institution. Currently we have 7 past pupils on academic scholarships. Lead the way chaps!.
Darren Kennedy’s career path is certainly on the up as he has been signed up by ITV. He is now juggling his work with RTÉ and ITV’s ‘This Morning’ with his own fashion slot called ‘Fashion Sense’ And if that wasn’t enough, he was recently crowned ‘Ireland’s Best Dressed Man’. Meteoric indeed!.