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Double win for Letterkenny pupil at BT Young Scientist

Double win at the  Bt Young Scientist Competition 2022 for Coláiste Ailigh student Iseult Ní Mhathúna.

Iseult won two major prizes in the national competition today (Friday). The event took place online and Iseult watched awards ceremony with project mentor and school principal Mícheál Ó Giobúin.

Iseult entered a comprehensive and interesting project on the factors influencing young people’s attitudes towards a united Ireland.

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To begin with, Iseult was awarded the prize for the best project through Irish, a great achievement among stiff competition of an excellent standard.

Iseult also won third place in the Senior Social and Behavioural category.

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