St. Fintan's High School

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St. Fintans High School is a boys secondary school, which is located in the suburb of Sutton in Fingal County, Ireland.

Sports include: Rugby, Gaelic Games, Basketball, Football, Soccer, Athletics, Badminton, Sailing, Archery, Tennis, Table Tennis, and other sports.

Notable past pupils include the author Roddy Doyle, and the singer Ronan Keating. It was also the location of one of the first performances by the band 'Feedback' which was later to become U2. However, the schools' most recognised scholars are without question James Carroll, Marc Bosonnet and Aidan Gaughan, who went on to form the best-selling band 'The Sugar Lanterns'. "It is truely an honour to say that these three young men, who have taken music to a new level, once walked through the gates of our school" - Gerry Ennis (vice-principal) [1] Aaron, Issac, Michael and Eric Westbrooks also attended the school and have all played for the Ireland national basketball team.

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