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Andrew Leahy Bursary winner 2018

Andrew Leahy is our 2018 recipient of the Tama Ireland Agri College Bursary.

He is a 20-year-old student currently in his second year of Agriculture level 7 in Waterford Institute of Technology

His father is a dairy farmer and for as long as he can remember has had a great interest in machinery & farming. He is the second son of five and has great memories as a child growing up on a family farm.
“It is my dream to study and to update, advance farming methods to the best level that can be achieved with all the new technology and knowledge available”.

He works during the summer holidays with a local contractor since he was 16 years old “I remember asking him for a job when I was 8 years old!”. “He used to do work for my father and I remember being over excited when they came to do work on our farm. I think that I have always known in my heart that this is the path for me”.

We are delighted to award Andrew this year’s bursary of €2000 to assist him financially with his fees.

Andrew Leahy Bursary winner 2018
Draw your Life in Black & White art competition

Some of our prize winners from  our recent primary schools competition

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Congratulations to the Tama sponsored Cobh Minor Hurlers who won the Cork County Minor Championship

Cobh Minor Hurlers prove too good for Castlelyons and Capture County Minor Hurling Championship
Castlelyons 2-13 Cobh 6-8

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Cobh Minor Hurlers
Cobh Minor Hurlers
Cobh Minor Hurlers
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Cobh Minor Hurlers
Ms Whitney and the 1st Class students accepting the €500 in Eason’s vouchers for Curraghmore N.S.

Sophie Moore was the Tuesday winner on the Tama “Draw your life in Black & White” art competition on the Today FM Ian Dempsey breakfast show.

Draw your Life
Mrs Butler and the Sixth Class students and Ethan Hynes (winner!) accepting the €500 in Eason’s vouchers for the new school library in Rathoat N.S. Co Meath

John Hynes was the Wednesday winner on the Tama “Draw your life in Black & White” art competition on the Today FM Ian Dempsey breakfast show.

Mrs Butler and the Sixth Class students with Ethan Hynes
Ms O’Leary and the 5th Class students accepting the €500 in Eason’s vouchers for Glasheen girls school, Cork city

Melanie Donlon was the Monday winner on the Tama “Draw your life in Black & White” art competition on the Today FM Ian Dempsey breakfast show.

Ms O’Leary and the 5th Class students
Tama Support breast awareness

This season, leading crop packaging manufacturer Tama Plastic Industry has made a limited production run of pink and black netwrap to raise awareness of breast cancer in rural communities.

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