...the train has left the station...and it will never come back...
Has a huge problem with the intercom!! very funny...
geat teacher, you didnt have to play up to his ego. gave me a chance when most teachers would have spat on me
Really poor. Sport obsessed and pretty useless at the business of teaching in class.
dom is one of the nicest people i know.fantastic geog teacher.stay away for french.talk a lot bout nothing sometimes.crokes through and through
Made me feel like a hero everyday by telling stories about the way I got "stuck into" the big boys onthe GAA pitch. I was stumpy then...I still am.
Ridiculously bad teacher, pushed me to do pass French but still managed to get B1 in Hons thanks to Serg in the Institute.
SOund man..Great teacher...brilliant at team talks. I was really bad at French...I still am but he helped me get a C1...I would have been happy just to pass
Ask him how Kilmacud Crokes won the All Ireland club final in '95 if you want a class off. Inspirational football coach.
Dom is a legend. Great teacher. The mans an organiser who knows wat it takes to do well in the leaving cert and be succesful in general.
Colonel Mustard made vice-P... how is this so? Loves the sound of his own voice. Hard to describe further without use of profanities. Arrogant.
Nice guy, woeful teacher. Went into his LC class good at french and came out struggling. Used to talk about boring GAA all the time (Crokes).
There should be more like him - well loved and regarded in the 80s. Opened minds and horizons. Still love French.
He tried very badly to teach French, his accent was hilarious, if you didn't like sport(GAA)he didn't even know you were there, he could learn from Br Kelly.
Cool man, especially if u like sport. Could talk for ireland. Loves S.Roche and S.Kelly. Dull but inspiring. His GAA management was inspirational
legendary at half time team talks. called me the wrong name for 5 years but I forgive him!used to manage wexford!
I had this guy for French in Leaving cert. He was useless and kept on going on about GAA etc.