Dublin Cross country Champions 2018

The First and Second Years cross country team got off to a great start in September both coming first in the Dublin cross-country championships in the Pheonix Park. The boys are looking forward to the serious competitions after Christmas.


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Young Hurlers

Great to see so many young hurlers in St. Aidan’s, they are a very talented team. Keep up the good work.


1st year hurlers

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U15 Soccer

The U15 Soccer team won the Dublin League this year. The team bet Beneavin from Finglas in an all North Side final.

The team started strong and dominated the first half but at half time the score was 0-0.

The second half was only started with Dan Bivol finished off a beautiful cross from Gavin O'Brien. Beneavin equalised 1-1 but from the restart Joshua Akingbade restored the lead with a superb finish.

The industrious Gavin O'Brien got the goal he craved in the 65 minute and with the last kick of the game Akingbade got his second to finish off a successful campaign.

A big thanks to Mr. Sheridan & Mr. Brown on coaching the team this year.

U15 Dublin Soccer Champions

U15 Dublin Champions


Well done to the U15 Soccer team on winning the North Dublin League.

They bet St. Declan's 3-1 in the final, scorers Gavin O'Brien, Joshua Akingbade and Jack Power.

The team progress to the Leinster Quarter finals against Marist Athlone.


Badminton 2018

Congratulations to the U19s badminton team who beat Wesley College in the U19 Dublin Schools final to become division 3 champions. The team consisted of Kritish Gopi, Matthew Ryan, Adam Sheridan and John Thomas. This fantastic win meant that they qualified for the Leinster cup, a first for St. Aidans! They boys played out of their skin during these playoffs and beat Kilkenny College to reach the Leinster final. The final takes place Thursday 15th of March against St. Brendan's College, Offaly. Jude Denofra will lead the team and we wish them the best of luck!


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