Congratulations to the Year 12 boys who played yesterday for the U16 football team. The team travelled to Belfast to play St Colm’s, Twinbrook, in the first round of the Northern Ireland U16 Cup. The result, St Colm’s 3-7 Limavady Grammar, means that the team will play Cambridge House GS in the second round. Goals were scored by Mark Campbell … Read More
Congratulations to our house captains and vice-captains who were presented with their badges in assembly today. Pictured here with Ms Wright.
Our Intermediate boys performed well in the District Athletics Championship and five of them came away as medal winners. Pictured here is Caolan, Lucas, Lewis, Xavier and Austin along with the school’s athletics coach, Mrs Sandy and the Principal, Mrs Madden. The boys were 1st in Relay, Austin was 1st in Triple jump and 2nd in the High Jump and … Read More
Semi-final victory LGS 3-1 Loreto College The U15 Football team secured a place in the Final of the Irish Society Shield today with an impressive win against a strong Loreto side in very difficult conditions. The boys worked hard and made the most of the opportunities they created. Very well done! Goals – M. Campbell; Goligher; Baldrick.
Well done to Conor, Y10, who competed in the Ulster Age Group and Youth Championships in Bangor at the weekend. He swam eight events, achieved eight PBs, made seven finals, won two silver medals (100m and 200 m breaststroke) and two bronze medals (100m backstroke and 200m Individual Medley). He also got his sixth qualifying time for the national championships … Read More
The end of the Spring Term was marked, as always, by the presentation of Colours, and other Special Awards for sporting success. Well done to all those who were winners and a special congratulations to Benevenagh (green house) who were the overall House Champions.
35 Year 8 pupils, along with Mrs Sandy and Mr McSparron, attended the finals day of the ‘Stick and Ball’ cross community event today at Coleraine Rugby club. This event is organised to allow pupils from different communities to experience sports that they wouldn’t normally have the opportunity to play. Many thanks to Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council for … Read More
LGS was very proud and pleased to host the local heat of the McCloy Cup today – a Primary School hockey tournament for girls. The girls all had a great time, despite the cold weather!
The 1st XVl travelled to Belfast High for the School’s Cup Second Round. Limavady Grammar emerged as 20-16 winners. The game started off at a frantic pace with both teams determined to play in a positive manner. This led to an exciting start to the game but all too often mistakes from both teams at crucial times interrupted the flow. … Read More
A Great afternoon for all involved! Thanks to Central PS, Drumachose PS, Gaelscoil Limavady and Termoncanice PS for taking part, we hope you had fun. ? Nearly 200 local primary school pupils were enjoying the LGS Santa Dash this afternoon which had been organised by the Year 14 A Level PE class. Looking jolly!