De La Salle Leaders take on 110km St. Patrick’s Day Parade

While the majority of the group are busy with St. Patrick’s day planning, the long distance hiking arm of the De La Salle Leadership Team will be tackling a 110km route along the Dingle Way from the sandy beaches of the Dingle Peninsula to the peaks of Mt. Brandon.

New candidates for Group Leader role as Ginter steps down

  David “Ginter” Collins has decided to step down from the role of Group Leader citing personal reasons.

Announcing our first Christmas Photo Competition in quite a while

  We haven’t done this in an while…

Venture Scout Matt Gaynor reports in on the Mini-Belt Log 2014

Our Venture Scouts took part in the first Mimi-Belt of it’s kind in Waterford a few weeks back, read on to find out how they got on.

Best wishes to Stasia as she hangs up the necker after over 25 years

The Group would like to wish Stasia Coughlan all the best for the future and thank her sincerely for her 25 years of dedicated commitment having decided to hang up her necker.

Tragic Death Of Colm Ennis

It is with great sadness that The De La Salle Scout Group can confirm the death of one of our leaders, Colm Ennis.

Pipe Major happy with band’s progression at All Ireland Championships

We spoke to the Pipe Major, Pat Murphy about the band’s recent trip to The All Ireland Pipe Band Championships held in New Ross this year.

Ventures Lugnaquilla Hike 2014

  • Published: May 12th, 2014
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Last March a group of De La Salle Ventures accompanied the Abbeyside Ventures on a hike up Lugnaquilla in the Wicklow Mountains, here’s the expedition report from Matthew Gaynor, in the typical Venture fashion of 2 months late.

7th DLS Cubs – 2013 at a Glance

  • Published: December 13th, 2013
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2013 has been a busy year for the 7th De La Salle Cubs – here is a flavour of some of the activities we have been up to.

Ventures head to Dublin to see what all the hype is about.

The Ventures were hearing about this place 180 kilometres north of Waterford called Dublin, apparently the capital. Here’s what they found out.