Fethard’s Shane Neville wins Rockwell College scholarship

Shane Neville, a sixth class student from Holy Trinity National School in Fethard, who was awarded a full academic scholarship to attend Rockwell College, photographed with his teacher Ms Rebecca Meagher (left) and school Principal, Mrs Triona Morrisson.
Shane Neville, a sixth class student from Holy Trinity National School in Fethard, has been awarded a full academic scholarship to attend Rockwell College next September.

Shane Neville, a sixth class student from Holy Trinity National School in Fethard, has been awarded a full academic scholarship to attend Rockwell College next September.

Shane is an exceptionally talented student with many wonderful attributes. He is conscientious and dedicated to his studies and has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in his education to date. In addition to this Shane is talented in many sports. He plays on the school hurling and football teams and is currently a member of one of the school’s Spikeball teams who have recently progressed to the Regional Finals which are due to be held in Cork in March. Drama is another one of Shane’s strengths. He played the lead role of Robin Hood in the school’s recent Christmas concert and his performance drew a lot of fantastic reviews! Last year, he represented his class on the Student Council and demonstrated his many skills in organising many Student Council events in school.

His teacher, Ms Rebecca Meagher together with Principal, Mrs Triona Morrisson and the entire staff of Holy Trinity National School are hugely proud of Shane and wish him every happiness and success in secondary school. We know that Shane has a very, very bright future ahead of him!