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Fáilte & Welcome

A sincere and heartfelt welcome to all members of our school community at Dominican College, Griffith Avenue.

Céad Míle Fáilte to all our readers, whether parent, student, teacher, past student or friend. The website is designed to give you an insight into the aims and activities of our highly regarded College.

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Mission Statement & Ethos

Here at Dominican College, we strive to support, develop and realise each individual's full potential in a Catholic environment.

Our Roman Catholic traditional motto - Veritas - permeates and imbues all aspects of school life - academic and personal.

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Camogie All-Ireland Semi-Final review

Dominican College Senior(U 19) camogie team played St Marys Nenagh in an All Ireland B Semi-Final in Na Fianna on Saturday 9th. It was a pulsating game from start to finish with both set of backs dominating for large periods. Dominican College started well with 3 unanswered points from captain Caoimhe Walsh, corner forward Éile O'Ceallaigh and wing forward Anna Sullivan. Dominican College were against the breeze in the first half and Nenagh took advantage to reply with 4 unanswered points to go in at half time 04 - 03 ahead.

Points were traded throughout the second half - Anna O'Dwyer flawless at frees. the Dominican girls went ahead through a goal from Anna O´Dwyer with 5 minutes from the end to go 1-6 to 0-8 ahead. A last minute free decided the game with Nenagh trying to equalize. The ball somehow found its way into the net from the free to finish the game 1-8 to 1-6 for Nenagh. A fantastic year for the Dominican girls winning the Dublin A championship and showing they can match any team in the country. (Eoin Ryan)