U18 Irish Girls – Trialists
Following on from the recent U18 Interprovincial Tournament in which Ulster won every match to win the tournament and with Tori Hastings scoring, Irish Coach Graeme Francey has announced a selection of athletes for trials for the Irish U18 Girls squad.
Francey said “With this being a European year we have been more selective in our approach to the Interpros. We have selected an initial panel of 30 players which we will look to reduce further, following two trials in November”
Trials: 2nd & 16th November in Dublin
Tori Hastings -Rainey Endowed
U16 Irish Girls – Trialists
Alison McNeill, Coach of the Irish U16 Girls, has selected a panel of players from across Ireland for trials to be selected on the Irish U16 Girls squad.
Trials: 6th and 23rd November in Dublin.
Lauren Mulholland- Rainey Endowed
Huge congratulations to both Tori, who is one of 11 Ulster players, and Lauren who is one of 8 Ulster players who have been selected following the Interprovincial Series last weekend at Lisnagarvey Hockey Club.
The Rainey Endowed is once again delighted with the girls continuing success and would like to wish both all the very best at their Irish trials!
Ulster Hockey invited 220 girls from right across Ulster to attend U15 Talent Assessment trials in Belfast on the 27 September 2014.
The girls were tested over 2 hours and the standard was extremely high, all six players from the Rainey who attended performed extremely well.
The Rainey is delighted to announce that three players, Alex Burns, Ellie Montgomery and Betty Scott are to be congratulated on being amongst the 70 girls across Ulster to be offered a place in the Ulster U15 Talent Development Programme. Alex and Betty return from last year while this will be Ellie’s first year.
The programme will run in the University of Jordanstown for 9 Sundays before Christmas and 9 Sundays after Christmas, with the most talented players being invited for U16 Ulster Trials in April 2015.
Well done girls the Rainey Endowed is delighted with your success and dedication to your sport.
Many congratulations to Tori Hastings and Lauren Mulholland of Rainey Endowed School, who have been picked to represent Ulster in the Under 16 and Under 18 Girls Interprovincial Series which will take place this weekend at Lisnagarvey Hockey Club, Hillsborough from Friday 17th October to Sunday 19th October.
Tori has been selected for the Ulster U18 Team for the second year in a row having come up from the Ulster 16 Team and also plays for the Irish U18 Team. This is Lauren’s first time to be picked for the Ulster U16 Team. Both girls have trained with their Ulster Squads for over a year before making it through the final selection to be picked for Ulster. The Rainey is delighted to be represented on both Ulster Teams and would like to wish the girls good luck over the weekend.
The Under 16 and Under 18 Girls Interprovincial Series will take place this weekend at Lisnagarvey Hockey Club, Hillsborough from Friday 17th October to Sunday 19th October.
£5 – Adults
£3 – Under 18
£15 – 3 Day Rate
£10 – 2 Day Rate
Lisnagarvey Hockey Club,
Contact Number: 028 9268 1144
|Schedule: Under 16|
Schedule: Under 18
Social Media Platforms:
Twitter – @irishhockey
Facebook – Irish Hockey Association
Twitter – @UlsterHockey Facebook – Ulster Hockey Union
A team of twelve students and three members of staff from Rainey Endowed School will travel to India on Tuesday 21st October to visit New Delhi.
While there, the Team will be working in the Rainey Endowed Resource Centre in Kusumpur, one of Delhi’s slums. The Resource Centre forms part of an educational programme funded by Asha, a Delhi-based charity founded by Dr Kiran Martin. During their visit, the Rainey team will be involved in painting the Centre and running craft and English teaching sessions for the children.
To follow what the Rainey Endowed Asha Team will be doing each day on their trip to Kusumpur, please click here.
The 2014 Asha Team:
Mark Allingham, Scott Campbell, Jemma Dawood, Aishah Hagan-Bezgin, Peter Barfoot, Jessica Hyndman, Jade Lennox, Mark McLean, Lauren McGookin, Emma McQuillan, Caoimhe Nic An Fhirleighinn, Callum Stewart, Miss Sharon McCracken, Mrs Pearl Donnelly & Mr John Healy
Rainey Endowed School Council Candidates 2014
Zach McCahon Chelsea Gordon
Jamie Cotton Laura Hall
Ben Taylor Darcey Harkness
Padgraig Gribbin Ella McMenemy
Adam Devlin Bailey Molly Clifford
Jack McCann Maura O’Kane
David Eagleson Naomi Drennan
Sebastian Hastings Sarah Kelso
Daniel Clarke Alana Atkinson
James Ferguson Katie Rose Thompson
Aidan Macdonald Hannah Porter
Jason Dripps Robyn Morton
Jacob McGookin Eva Hastings
Kelvin Hyndman Jessica Wise
Jonathan Hanna Helena Nugent
Jethro Barclay Erin Mulholland
Mark McLean Anna Crawford
Richard Murray Rachael Matterson
Shea Glasgow Laura Weir
Neal Hastings Roisin Woulahan
Matthew Wilson Eireann O’Boyle
Nathan Smith Alice Sufferin
Callum Gilfillan Emma McClure
Those published on the candidate list have been given permission to run as a candidate for the Rainey Endowed School Council.
Candidates may run their campaign as they wish in true democratic fashion, providing they do not:
- cause damage to school property.
- use slander against any other candidate as part of their campaign
Anyone found doing so will be sanctioned and not allowed to stand for election.
Campaign posters can be displayed in reg rooms, with permission from the teacher who normally teaches in that room.
Posters may also be displayed in the area of the central notice board.
All other posters outside of these designated areas will be removed.