Cliodhna O’Shea, 6th Class
On the 25th of March at 2:30pm Windgap girls school camogie team played Ballyragget. All the girls were confident but a little anxious. The first half started off amazingly for Windgap with Aoibheann Holden scoring 1 goal and Cliodhna O'Shea scoring 2 goals and 2 points. The temperature was dropping and some girls were frozen from head to toe. Sontae Jackson and Cliodhna O'Shea left the match to go to the boy's match. The second half was tense but extremely cold. Aoibheann scored another goal. In the end the score was 4 goals and 2 points to 0 goals and 0 points. The girls were delighted and ecstatic that they were triumphant.
Mark McCoy, 6th Class
On March 25th the boys school hurling team had a hurling match. It was an atrociously bleak and wet day. Windgap got off to a great start by scoring two goals inside the first ten minutes. Everyone was chilled to the bone, including referee Mr O`Halloran. Galmoy slowly got back into the match by levelling up the score. It was coming to the end of the first half with Galmoy were winning, but a late goal from Windgap saw them take a meagre lead to the second half.
The second half commenced at a fast pace. Windgap were the first to score with another goal from Jack Doyle. Galmoy threatened a goal but an immense performance from the backs held Galmoy off. The substitution of Karl McCoy made and instant impact with him scoring a goal. Windgap were now three goals up and heading for a victory. Shortly afterwards the final whistle was blown by the referee. It was a fantastic victory for Windgap and a disappointing defeat for Galmoy.