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Junior category winner Aoife Daly, St Annes Killaloe with John Galvin, Clare Champion Managing Director.
Junior category winner Aoife Daly, St Anne's,Killaloe with John Galvin, Clare Champion managing director.

Short Story winners announced

The winners of eighth annual Clare Champion Short Story Competition have just been announced, with the prizes being presented at a ceremony in DeValera Library, attended by students, parents and teachers.

The winning entries were:

Junior Category
Highly Commended – Missing Figure by Aneesha Abdalla, Coláiste Muire
Highly Commended – Success by Seán Lyons, St Flannan’s College
Highly Commended – In a Foreign Field by Jane O’Loughlin, Mary Immaculate Secondary School, Lisdoonvarna

3rd place – Storm Christine by Róisín O’Donoghue, Mary Immaculate Secondary School, Lisdoonvarna
2nd place – Mistaken Identity by Michael McNamara, Rice College, Ennis
1st place – I Am by Aoife Daly, St Anne’s Community College, Killaloe

Senior Category
Highly Commended – A Teenager’s Guide to Life by Muireann Duffy, Scoil Mhuire, Ennistymon
Highly Commended – A Noble Profession by Roisin O’Sullivan, St Joseph’s Secondary School, Spanish Point
Highly Commended – Just Another Day by Eve Quinn, Coláiste Muire, Ennis

3rd place – Brooke’s Magazine by Seán Hanrahan, St Joseph’s Secondary School, Spanish Point
2nd place – Summer of 1954 by Sarah Flynn, Scoil Mhuire, Ennistymon
1st place – An Important Journey by Ellen Brogan, Coláiste Muire, Ennis

The winning entries will be published in next week’s issue of The Clare Champion and also on our website.

Junior category winner Aoife Daly, St Annes Killaloe with John Galvin, Clare Champion Managing Director.
Junior category winner Aoife Daly, St Annes Killaloe with John Galvin, Clare Champion Managing Director.

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