Marian College (Dublin) - Sport

Sport

Rugby union is one of the schools main sports. The college fields teams in both the JCT/SCT competitions with the JCT in the final of the Cup Shield in 2008. The JCT won the Cup Shield in 1968. Water-polo is the school's most successful sport, the college having won numerous Leinster titles over the past 10 years. In 2010 the senior Gaelic team won both the Dublin and Leinster schools championships.They also won a Leinster Basketball title in 1989-90,coached by Meany and Nesbitt.The College has also won national soccer cup Captained By Graham Kavanagh (Irish international)the final was played at Tolka Park and coached by Robbie Cronin (teacher). Won the bike polo all Ireland championship in 2010.

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