Another amazing day of sport @ the annual LGS Sport Day, with impressive performances throughout all year groups. A number of pupils achieved their personal best, and others breaking school records. Well done, to all of the participants!
Well done to Pablo, Sam and Alec who competed in the Swim Ulster Development Gala in Lisburn on Sunday, achieving two silvers, four bronzes and several qualifying times for the next competition level. Excellent swimming!
Darcy again has been very successful with a Gold and a Silver in the Northern Ireland Karate championships, in Belfast at the weekend. She came 1st in the Under14 Kumite Karate competition and 2nd the Under 14 Kata competition. Well done!
Congratulations to Philip Lowry (past pupil) who plays for Crusaders FC and who scored to help his team win the Irish premiership league title on Saturday.
Well done to Jack who had an outstanding 5 wicket haul with bowling figures of (5 for 12 off 5). Also, special mention to Robbie (4 for 4 off 5) and Corin (1 for 14 off 4) who helped to round off an impressive 7 wicket win for the U15 Colts against Ballyclare.
Congratulations to Corin (Year 10) who was presented with a Special Elite Award for Junior Cricket this week. After excellent performances for LGS and Eglinton Cricket Club, Corin was selected for North West U13 and the Ireland U13 teams. He is hoping to continue his development on the Irish U15 squad. Well done, Corin!
Congratulations to Yna, Max, Alec and Conor, who represented the school at the Secondary Schools Championships in Ballymena at the weekend. This was Yna’s, Max’s and Alec’s (pictured below) first time at this event and considering they were up against second and third years, they did extremely well, all achieving PBs and enjoying the experience. Conor (pictured below), also swimming … Read More
Well done to the year 8 girls for returning undefeated from the hockey tournament in Coleraine today. In four exciting games they scored 16 goals and conceded none.
Some action shots from our quarter final victory on Saturday against Ballymena Academy. Our U14 team now progress to the semis finals of the Schools’ cup.
LGS was well represented at the Swim Ulster Schools Cup & Championships in Bangor at the weekend with very strong performances from pupils across the four age categories. In the 11-12 age group, we saw Zoe Kershaw achieve a PB in the 50m freestyle. Yna Cisnero, Alec George, Sam Cormie and Pablo McIlroy-Sánchez all made finals and qualified for the … Read More