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Keystone Law School of Excellence proves top class draw for gaels

The Keystone Law School of Excellence in partnership with the Irish News took place at Ulster University to provide over 90 hurling and football upper sixth year students from schools across Ulster with an insight into university course selection. All Pictures by Declan Roughan.

The Keystone Law School of Excellence, in partnership with the Irish News, took place at Ulster University to provide over 90 hurling and football upper sixth year students from schools across Ulster with an insight into university course selection.

Pictured launching the GAA School of Excellence day are John McMahon (Keystone Law Managing Partner), Nigel Dobson (Head of Sport Services) and John Brolly (Irish News Marketing Manager).

Schools taking part were St Colman's, Newry; Abbey CBS, Newry; St Patrick's Academy, Dungannon; Omagh CBS; Holy Trinity, Cookstown; St Ciaran's, Ballygawley; St Mary's, Magherafelt; St Louis, Ballymena; Cross and Passion; St Ronan's, Lurgan; De La Salle, Downpatrick; St Patrick's Grammar, Downpatrick; St Malachy's, Castlewellan; St Patrick's Grammar, Armagh; St Patrick's Dungiven; St Louis, Kilkeel.

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