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Gaelfhiseán na Bliana

Gaelfhiseán na Bliana

Maith sibh leaids! Music video winners Bliain na Gaeilge GRMA. Well done to students and teachers involved!  

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Dail and Central Bank Visit

Dail and Central Bank Visit

5th year Economics classes visited The Dáil and the Central Bank last week with teachers Ms. Faherty and Ms. Joyce.…

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Zeminar

Zeminar

Some really interesting information stands at Zeminar in the RDS. Lots of different organisations and agencies represented here. The lads found it…

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BIsh Students host Coffee Morning for Galway Hospice

BIsh Students host Coffee Morning for Galway Hospice

The Bish would like to commend the 5th Years Ciaran O Connor, Jack Walsh, Conor Keleghan and Evan Conneely and their…

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Latest Bish Ezine - Summer 2018

Latest Bish Ezine - Summer 2018

  PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST BISH EZINE   PS: ALL PAST ISSUES OF EZINES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE UNDER…

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Comhghairdeas Daniel Cox Electric Ireland Minor Player of the Week

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Daniel Cox 'Bish Junior Sportsman of the Year' was awarded the Electric Ireland Minor Player...

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Bish Parents' Council

Bish Parents' Council

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           St. Josephs' Patrician College (The Bish) Parents Council 2016/2017 Back Row L...

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SAFIB Inter Nation Soccer Cup 2018

SAFIB Inter Nation Soccer Cup 2018

Thursday 24/05/2018

The Bish as All Ireland U15 Schools Soccer Champions are representing Ireland in Scotland this...

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Bish Crowned All Ireland Schools U15 Soccer Champions 2018

Bish Crowned All Ireland Schools U15 Soccer Champi…

Tuesday 10/04/2018

  St. Columba's College, Stranlorar 2 - 4 St. Joseph's College, Galway Following an exciting final in...

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Bish win Senior 'A' National Basketball Title.

Bish win Senior 'A' National Basketball Title.

Saturday 24/02/2018

  CLICK HERE FOR BI REPORT AND TO WATCH THE GAME  CLICK HERE FOR GALWAY CITY TRIBUNE...

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Bish High Points Achievers 2017

Bish High Points Achievers 2017

Wednesday 21/02/2018

Congrats to our High Points achievers in the Leaving Cert 2017. Scott Murphy 601, Sean...

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Bish vs Moneenageisha Drom, February 15th, 2011

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Bish vs Moneenageisha, Drom, February 15th, 2011

In the most exciting and nail biting game yet, the Bish faced Galway’s Moneenageisha in the Connacht Cup quarter final at home in Drom. The Bish needed the win to progress at this knockout stage, but it was a victory not easily achieved. After a disastrous start, Moneenageisha got off to an early lead, going 2 goals in front. Things turned around for the Bish, returning to form with a goal after twenty five minutes in, and another to close the half. It was proving to be one of the toughest games so far, and with possession switching back and forth, the Bish almost lost hold of the game.

After the break the Bish went in front after Brion Lee crossed the ball over Moneenageisha’s defence line, to Cian Morley, who saw the ball into the net to gain the lead. The Bish now in front for the first time started to control the field. A near perfect shot from Michael Costello saw the ball drift inches from the top corner, but minutes later Brian Alone was there to score the 4th Bish goal.

With only 10 minutes left in the game, a Moneenageisha free kick saw the start of a comeback with a third goal. After five minutes of injury time, coming into the 40th minute of a 35 minute half, a Moneenageisha striker on the counter, found the top corner of the Bish goal after a 1 v 1 with keeper Shane Conneely, for the second equaliser of the day. In the win or lose game, it had to go to extra time, where the worn out but still ambitious Bish side really shone.

Moneenageisha went down to 10 men in extra time. Brian Alone, even with an injured foot, was on hand to set up Shane Hulgraine to put the Bish into the lead for goal number 5. Hulgraine doubled up his scores rounding the last man, and with the keeper to beat, turned on his
right foot, blasting it home from just inside the box.

Final Score:     

Bish 6–4 Moneenageisha(AET)

Scorers: Josh Marvesley, Cian Morley (2), Brian Alone, Shane Hulgraine (2)

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