Convincing Win for U14 Hurlers over CBS


Victorious U14 HurlersWaterford PP U14 Hurling

St Augustine’s College: 4 18

Dungarvan CBS: 0 06

The Friary U14 hurlers put on an impressive display to beat our near neighbours Dungarvan CBS in the Friary pitch on Friday last.

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Superschools Champions 2016 - St Augustine's College

This annual international sports and athletics event was hosted this year at St Augustine's College, Team from Wales, France, Belgium, Finland and Sweden along with our own team competed in this prestigious sporting event with victory going to the host nation. Head Team Coach Bro Patrick Lennon OSA was assisted by Ms Lisa Hanrick and Mr Paul Whyte. Many congratulations to all. Details of results will be posted on our school website after the Easter Break.

GloHealth National Juvenile Indoor Championships - Athlone

Alanah sports 

Congratulations to Tess O’Hara and Alanah Kelly of West Waterford Athletic Club who won silver and bronze respectively in the U15 pole vault competition on Saturday, March 12th.Well done also to Pat Fitzgerald (2nd Year) who won silver in the U16 pole vault and Sam O’Neill( 2nd Year) who took bronze in the same section.

Silver Medal for Michael Troy

Michael Troy secures silver in Glo-Health Cross Country Championships

The GloHealth All Ireland Schools Cross Country Championships were held at Sligo Racecourse last weekend, where Michael Troy (2ndYear) claimed the silver medal in the Junior Boys 3500m in a thrilling finish where Michael sprinted to the line after a gruelling 3500m run. Michael goes on to represent Ireland in Scotland. More details later. Well done Michael and many congratulations to his proud mentor, Bro Patrick Lennon OSA. Click on link to view Michael’s race. (1:50 into the recording)

Victory for U 14 Hurlers


First Win For Young Friary Hurlers

St Augustine’s College: 2- 07

Ard Scoil na Mara Tramore: 0- 09

Our U14 hurlers recorded their first win at this level in the Friary grounds on Wednesday last. We played against a very strong wind in the first half and even though we went in 7 points down, all the Friary boys worked hard to ensure the margin was not any bigger for when we tuned for the second half. Again our goalkeeper Alan Dunwoody was safety personified as he dealt with some extremely difficult situations into the wind. While Joe McNamara, Séan Lanigan and Colin Foley cleared their lines time and time again.

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2nd Year's Day Trip to Ballyhass

On Friday last over eighty 2nd Year students accompanied by Ms Angela Walsh and Ms Lisa Hanrick took the bus to Ballyhass Lakes and Activity Centre, Mallow, Co. Cork. There they enjoyed an action packed fun-filled day under the watchful eyes of Ms Walsh and Ms Hanrick. The students were thrilled with the day, a big thank you the PE dept. for making the day such a success.

Junior Camogie Team progress in Munster

Reporter: Caoimhe Dwyer (TY)

Our junior camogie team took on Clonakilty in Mallow GAA Grounds on Monday, March 14th.

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Senior D Camogie News

Senior D Camogie

On Sunday March 6th, our senior camogie team lined out against Our Ladies of Lourdes, New Ross in the All-Ireland Senior D Camogie final.

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Under 15 Hurling 29th February 2016

St Augustine’s College: 0-7

Killmallock: 1-6

Our U 15 hurlers came up just short in atrocious conditions on Monday last in Ballybacon. Playing against a fancied Kilmallock side we face into the teeth of the gale in the first half and after some heroic defending we went in 7 points down. As underfoot conditions worsened in the unrelenting rain we dug deep and started picking off our points. We laid siege to the Kilmallock goal but that elusive goal just would not come.

This was a great battling display from the Friary lads and hopefully they can go further in next year’s competition. Many thanks to team mentors Mr Alan Ryan and Mr Darragh Duggan.


Jim Scanlon (Clashmore), Sean Roche (Abbeyside),Joe MacNamara (Ardmore)Liam Fennell (Stradbally), Colin Foley (Abbeyside), Ciaran Keating (Ardmore), Senan Travers (Abbeyside), Henry Griffin (St Oliver’s), Eoin Ahearne (Abbeyside), Noel Duggan (Dungarvan), Oisín Halahan (Abbeyside), Michael Flynn (Old Parish), Billy Foley (Ardmore),Rian Hogan (Abbeyside), Alex Shaw- Hamilton (Stradbaly), Alec Norris (Abbeyside),Patrick Fitzgerald (Abbeyside),Jamie Moylan (Abbeyside).

Junior Camogie

Junior Camogie

St Augustine’s College            4-8

Coláiste Dun Iascaigh, Cahir 1-1

Our Junior Camogie team had a convincing win in exceptionally wet conditions on Friday last. The match was played in Abbeyside, the relentless rain made playing conditions very difficult for both teams. Well done girls and team mentors Ms Lisa Hanrick and Mr Jason Forrestal.    


We offer a broad curriculum enabling students to reach their academic potential, develop life-long learning skills and achieve their goals in the ultimate Leaving Certificate Examinations.


In St. Augustine's College, We offer a comprehensive guidance service to students from 1st to 6th year.


St. Augustine's College is located in Abbeyside, Dungarvan Co. Waterford, just 2.5km (5 mins by car) from Dungarvan Town Centre.


We are now able to accept payments via credit card (Visa, Mastercard or Laser) for items such as exam fees and after school study.

Upcoming Events

Fri Sep 29, 2017 @19:00 -
Awards Night
Tue Oct 03, 2017 @19:00 -
1st Year Parents' Information Night
Sat Oct 21, 2017
Open Day
Mon Oct 30, 2017 @08:00 - 17:00
Halloween Break
Tue Oct 31, 2017 @08:00 - 17:00
Halloween Break

St. Augustine's College
Duckspool, Abbeyside, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Ireland.

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