St Finbarr's College, Farranferris

St Finbarr's College, Farranferris

St Finbarr's College, Farranferris

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Farranferris was a secondary school, on the north side of Cork City, Ireland. It is a former seminary, and attached to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cork and Ross. It closed its doors as a secondary school in June 2006.

It was the alma mater of some well-known Corkonians. Those most notable today are Bill O'Herlihy, Timothy Smiddy, Joe Walsh, Owen O'Callaghan, John Gardiner, Tom Kenny, Mark Foley, Johnny Crowley, Kevin Murray,Ken O'Neill, Brendan Bowe, Robin Power, Finbar Wright, Robert Stack, Clement Foley, Tim Allen.

Famous Cork historian and author, Tim Horgan (Hoggy) is also a former student of the college and later Tim spent most of his working life as a teacher who had a positive influence, both academic and sporting on many of the students he thought. "I wouldn't be where I am today without the guidance of Tim Horgan" Robert Stack 2008.

Sports

The school was a successful at hurling, having won the Dr. Harty Cup and Dr. Croke Cup on several occasions.






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