Cian's road safety poster in
FINN Harps Football
Club and the Donegal Road Safety Working Group have
announced the winners in their recent Primary School
Road Safety Art competition.
The competition was open to all primary schools in
the county and attracted over 650 entries.
The winning drawing was submitted by Cian O’Hagan
from Scoil an Linbh Iosa, Carrigans. His winning art
work features the message: "If you want to stay
alive, be careful how you drive!". It will feature
as an advertising hoarding in Finn Park for the 2016
Winner and runners up in the Donegal
Road Safety Art Competition pictured with Brian
O’Donnell, Fran Gavin FAI and John Campbell, Finn
Harps. From left are Bailey Coyle Mitchell, Ciara
Sayers Montgomery, ovrerall winner Cian O’Hagan and
his poster, Daniel McCallion, Aibhe McMenamin, Niamh
Jones and Maggie Gallagher.
The presentation of
prizes took place at Finn Harps' first home game of
the new premier season against Derry City at a
packed Finn Park.
Finn Harps won the game 2 -1 and all the winners
present had a great evening as guests of the home
Donegal road safety officer, Brian O’Donnell,
praised all the schools for their participation in
the initiative. "I wish to congratulate all the
winners and particularly acknowledge the
contribution of schools around the county in helping
us make the roads of Donegal a safer place for all
Winners of the runner up prizes were:
Daniel McCallion, St.Mura’s N.S., Tooban, Burnfoot.
Ciara Sayers Montgomery, Ballymore N.S., Portnablagh.
Bailey Coyle Mitchell, St.Baithin’s N.S.,
Aibhe McMenamin, Scoil an Choimin, Cloghan.
Niamh Jones, St.Peter’s N.S., Mountcharles.
Maggie Gallagher, Scoil na Léibe, Aranmore Island.