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The team that went to war. The 1914 @wesleycollege SCT, all enlisted, four didn’t come home. We will remember them. ... See MoreSee Less

Sunday November 11th, 2018

The team that went to war. The 1914 @wesleycollege SCT, all enlisted, four didn’t come home.  We will remember them.

 

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When I was at Wesley, we always had a memorial service for the brave past pupils who lost their lives in World War 1. (and 2) The school chapel adjacent to the main building on St. Stephen's green was dedicated to these brave ex Wesley boys. I was in the choir and I stood right next to the big plaque on which all the names of the Old Wesley boys who lost their lives was situated in the chapel. It's good to see that these brave Wesley lads have not been forgotten. William (Billy) Butt (WCD 1952 - 1963)

I read the fascinating article by Senator Neale Richmond about the Wesley College rugby team today in The Daily Mail! It is a poignant tribute to the sacrifice that they were willing to make and the price that they paid for their heroism during the War!

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4 out of 15 is a bit above the average of 1 in 10 who didn’t come back alive.

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Past Pupil Senator Neale Richmond gave the address at today’s moving Remembrance Service. He later tweeted that he was “Honoured to return to my old school this morning to deliver the address at the centenary assembly marking the armistice: 600 boys went from the school to fight, 86 of them didn’t come home. They gave their today for our tomorrow” #WeWillRememberThem ... See MoreSee Less

Friday November 9th, 2018

Past Pupil Senator Neale Richmond gave the address at today’s moving Remembrance Service.  He later tweeted that he was  “Honoured to return to my old school this morning to deliver the address  at the centenary assembly marking the armistice: 600 boys went from the school to fight, 86 of them didn’t come home. They gave their today for our tomorrow” #WeWillRememberThem

 

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Senator Neale Richmond gave a very moving tribute to his two grand uncles from Cavan who fought and gave their lives during World War One in his article! It makes for a fascinating read of how the dead of World War One and World War Two are now getting the recognition that they deserve!

3 generations of my family

There is a fascinating selection of World War I memorabilia on display in the Concourse to coincide with our Remembrance Day service of Friday & the special centenary commemoration of the ending of the war. Visitors are welcome to view the exhibits on Saturday from 10-1pm. ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday November 8th, 2018

There is a fascinating selection of World War I memorabilia on display in the Concourse to coincide with our Remembrance Day service of Friday & the special centenary commemoration of the ending of the war. Visitors are welcome to view the exhibits on Saturday from 10-1pm.

 

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Graham Darlington did an amazing job on the display cabinet during Saturday morning and giving people a talk about the items inside it as well as the recreation of the trench firing step and the dugout! It is a very moving tribute to the Wesleyites who fought and died during the war and to Mr Darlington’s ancestors who got caught up in the conflict as well!

We will remember. 3 generations of my family ❤️🇬🇧

Michael Mullins Kyle Douglas surely the boys are bopping in

Congratulations to 8 past pupils, Emma Costello, Ben Fitzpatrick, Clodagh Moran, Alonso Moreno Iglesias, Iain Patterson, John O'Donnell, Niamh White & Lynne Pomeroy, who will be recognised as Academic High Achievers at @ucddublin Entrance Scholars Awards. ... See MoreSee Less

Wednesday November 7th, 2018

 

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Narelle Hegarty well done Iain 👏

Wow how wonderful-the result of much hard work I am sure!

The National Library of Ireland is marking this 75th anniversary of the transfer of heraldic services by celebrating heraldic art in Ireland over the past 75 years.
One grant of arms from each year in the period 1943-2018 has been selected for display in a small exhibition in the NLI's main building.
Grantees include Irish citizens and members of the Diaspora, Irish and US presidents, counties and towns, schools and colleges, dioceses, and public and private bodies.
The arms granted to Wesley College will be on display in the NLI’s main building on Monday, November 12th. They are also available to view, along with all of the other selected grants, on the website at www.nli.ie/en/heraldry-in-ireland-1943-2018.aspx
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Tuesday November 6th, 2018

The National Library of Ireland is marking this 75th anniversary of the transfer of heraldic services by celebrating heraldic art in Ireland over the past 75 years.  
One grant of arms from each year in the period 1943-2018 has been selected for display in a small exhibition in the NLIs main building. 
Grantees include Irish citizens and members of the Diaspora, Irish and US presidents, counties and towns, schools and colleges, dioceses, and public and private bodies.  
The arms granted to Wesley College will be on display in the NLI’s main building on Monday, November 12th.  They are also available to view, along with all of the other selected grants, on the website at https://www.nli.ie/en/heraldry-in-ireland-1943-2018.aspx

Best of luck Josh against Italy tonight. ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday November 3rd, 2018

Best of luck Josh against Italy tonight.

Congratulations Kirk on your 100th cap today. ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday November 3rd, 2018

Congratulations Kirk on your 100th cap today.

 

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Fantastic ☘️👍🏼

Good luck to our guys, Luke, Kirk & Daragh playing for the Irish men’s Hockey Team today..Particular congrats to Kirk who today wins his 100th cap. #gowes ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday November 3rd, 2018

‪Past pupil Leah Paul, class of ‘18, has won a major Cricket Ireland Award. Congratulations!‬ ... See MoreSee Less

Friday November 2nd, 2018

‪Past pupil Leah Paul, class of ‘18, has won a major Cricket Ireland Award.  Congratulations!‬

 

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Congratulations and well done

Amazing Leah ! Congrats

Congratulations Leah 🎉

Banbridge win tight decider 2-1 to progress to the All Ireland Semi Final. Wesley go out, but did us proud. The trip to Belfast planned for tomorrow is off. ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday October 25th, 2018

 

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Hard luck Wesley. A close game by all accounts. You did us proud

Very very tough to loose this way but YOU can all holds your heads high knowing you represented yourselves, your school and your parents to the ethos you hold.

Well done lads!

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Here are the Wesley All Ireland Hockey Fixture and locations. They would love your support if you are in the area. #gowes ... See MoreSee Less

Wednesday October 24th, 2018

Here are the Wesley All Ireland Hockey Fixture and locations.  They would love your support if you are in the area. #gowesImage attachmentImage attachment

This is the Men’s Hockey World Cup Squad just announced.. well done to Wesley Past Pupils; Luke Madeley, Daragh Walsh, Mitch Darling & Kirk Shimmins on your selection. ... See MoreSee Less

Tuesday October 23rd, 2018

This is the Men’s Hockey World Cup Squad just announced.. well done to Wesley Past Pupils; Luke Madeley, Daragh Walsh, Mitch Darling & Kirk Shimmins on your selection.

‪The boys All Ireland Hockey Tournament starts on Wednesday in Belfast. It’s a big week for our 1st Squad. All the best from The Alumni.‬ ... See MoreSee Less

Monday October 22nd, 2018

 

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Good luck boys

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