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24th December, 2014

Students compete for Poleberry scholarships

Transition year students in Waterford competed for prizes at the Poleberry Scholarships Awards Night at De La Salle College in Waterford.

Michael Smyth, Sam Keating and Nick O’Donoghue scooped the top prize for their project titled ‘Obesity’, receiving a five-day scholarship trip to Washington DC. Raymond Kenneally, Darragh Hogan and Stephen Jones came second for their project ‘Lack of Accessibility for Disabled’.

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