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Gifted youngsters triumph in SBP contest
Four schools are set to receive prizes to a value of €2,500 each after their students emerged as winners in The Sunday Business Post Schools Art Prize.
The four winners were: Amy Quinn, aged 6 from Caherline National School (teacher Ms Lambert), in the Infants to 2nd class category; 11-year-old Rowen Moore from Mayfield in Cork (teacher Margaret Daly), in the 3rd to 6th class category; 13-year-old Annie Chen from Sancta Maria College in Ballyroan,...
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