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The fifth game of Stena Line’s Giants Challenge for secondary schools was held at the Belfast Giants match against the Cardiff Devils at the Odyssey. The game was between Larne Grammar School and Lagan College, Belfast. Pictured at the Odyssey are (front) l-r: Stuart McIlwaine from Larne Grammar School, Richard Baillie from Stena Line, and Jack Morrow from Lagan College.
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Larne Grammar School girls Kim Moxham, Claire Connolly and Courtney Bell have all been selected to play for the first Ulster Under 18 Ladies Rugby squad. The girls all play for Ballyclare Ladies Rugby Club. LT47-390-PR
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All smiles before the waxing begins for Children in Need at Larne Grammar School. LT47-349-PR
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The manager of the Northern Bank in Larne, Joyce Lardie, conratulates Larne Grammar School first XV captain Ryan Garrett on the team's Ulster Schools' Bowl win. The bank also awarded the team members with a £30 gift each. With them are head of P.E. Jonny Lowe, Head Boy David Knox and principal John Wilson. LT30-348-PR
Junior Drama Group members performing a play at Larne Grammar sChool as part of Anti-Bullying Week. LT48-318-PR
Hester Gingles and Rachel Cummings attended the annual event at Carrick Grammar School. ct49-314fm
Carrick Grammar School pupil Rachel Davis who was in the top three in Northern Ireland in Double Award Science at GCSE. Ct41-044tc
Malgorzata Szynkaruk from Poland who will be teaching English classes for Polish nationals living in the area at Carrickfergus Grammar School. ct40-428GBI
Pupils from Carrickfergus Grammar who picked up Achievement awards. ct39-421GBI
Chloe Scott Most Improved Pupil in Literacy Programme, Claione Scott, Endeavour in Single Award Science wk47 jn
Kara Todd, Special Award from AQA in Health and Social Care with her teacher Mrs. Cunningham and Mr. S McCrea, Principal Ballyclare Secondary School wk47 jn
Lauren Logan, Endeavour in Modern Languages, Conor Leany, Top GCSE Student, Sarah Boyd, Best Work in GCSE Art wk47 jn
Johanne McKinney, Committment and Performance in Netball, Work Experience Cup
Jenna McKenzie, Charity Work, Highest Result in GCSE English Literature wk47 jn
Lauren Gilchrist, Achievement and Contribution to GCSe Music, Andrew Mawhinney, Outstanding Achievement in GCSE PE, Ashleigh Brown, Achievement at Key Stage 3 wk47 jn