Various judges from abp Ireland, Kepak, Irish Angus Producer group, an Agricultural Science teacher and the four girls.

A Transition Year Group from St. Aloysius College, Carrigtwohill has qualified to the final stage of the ‘Certified Irish Angus Beef Schools Competition’. The group is made of Fea McCoy, Nicole Turpin, Ally Rose and Katie Terry.
They entered the competition back in October which is based on promoting the advantages of Irish Angus for both farmers and consumers. For stage one, they made a 3 minute video exhibiting our plans for the competition and the role of Agricultural Science in the school. From this, they were invited to an interview stage which was held in the South Court Hotel in Limerick in January. They have now made it to the Exhibition Stage in Croke Park which is on the 14 March. Here they will showcase their research and promotional ideas to various judges from the Irish Agricultural sector in a battle to win five Angus calves which the winners will receive at the Ploughing Championships next September.

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