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Old school pictures: X Factor's Janet Devlin in her toddler days

Published 07/10/2011

X Factor star Janet Devlin as a young girl.
X Factor star Janet Devlin as a young girl.
X Factor star Janet Devlin as a young girl.
County Tyrone singer and X Factor contestant Janet Devlin
Zoe Salmon
Lara and Zoe Salmon
Lara and Zoe Salmon
Zoe Salmon
Zoe Salmon
Darren Clarke back in 1985 as part of the Fred Daley Team
Darren Clarke back in 1985 as part of the Fred Daley Team
Darren Clarke 1985 in his Junior Ireland Blazer
Darren Clarke 1989
Darren Clarke back in 1985 as part of the Fred Daley Team
Darren Clarke with the Claret Jug on the 18th green following his victory in The 140th Open Championship at Royal St George's. 2011
Eamonn Holmes, not quite in a party mood, at his fourth birthday party.
Eamonn Holmes:Tv Presenter/celebrating his fourth birthday at the family home on New Lodge Road
On ITV's Telethon in 1988. Eamonn stepped in at the last minute when original anchor Gerry Kelly, fell ill.
Eamonn Holmes
George Best pictured with other prefects at Lisnasharragh High School, Belfast, 1961. George is pictured second left, centre row.
George Best, centre, at Lisnasharragh High School in 1961.
George Best
Liam Neeson ... can you spot the Ulster schoolboy who was destined for great things? Next picture solves the mystery.
Liam Neeson, pictured during his Ulster schooldays... centre of back row.
Liam Neeson
Hillsborough boys football team, 1970s. Vivan Campbell on bottom right
Vivian Campbell and Ricky Warwick of Thin Lizzy perform at the Best Buy Theater on March 25, 2011 in New York City.
Lembit Öpik, Liberal Democrats, as a schoolboy. Pictured in 1982 along with other Inst National Essay Winners. He attended Royal Belfast Academical Institution (1976-83).
Lembit Opik 2009.
Head girl Christine (17) at Bloomfield Collegiate School
Christine Bleakley
Schoolgirl Christine Bleakley Aged 6.
Pamela Ballantine. UTV Presenter. School Class Picture. Richmond Lodge School, Belfast. IMAGE SUPPLIED
Pamela Ballantine is pictured centre, front row, at Richmond Lodge School in 1974
Pamela Ballantine
Methodist College Belfast- Testing Bearded Schoolboy, 1964.
Boys are no longer having it all their own way and ripples are beginning to appear on the quiet waters of school rowing scene. The masculine superiority in the sport in now being challenged by the recently formed girls' rowing club at Methodist College Belfast. It is the only school girls' club in Northern Ireland. Here the trailblazing eight sets off from the school's boathouse at Stranmillis for an afternoon's rowing on the Lagan, 1971.
Stephen (left) and Peter Weil in the language lab at Methodist College. The students listen to the teacher's voice, then record their own voices. When the tape is played back they can make comparisons. The system is monitored by the teacher, who can "break in" to give individual instruction to any pupil.
Methody swimming gala. Competitions in the girls Inter-Schools Relay Freestyle dive into the pool at the first change during Methodist College, Belfast, Centenary Swimming Gala at Pirrie Park, Belfast, 1968.
Methodist College Belfast- New building, 1954.
The Governor talking to pupils after opening the new laboratories and swimming pool at Methodist College, 1966.
Chapel of Unity dedication at Methody. Rev. Gerald G. Myles, president of the Methodist Church in Ireland performing the dedication of the new Chapel of Unity at Methody, 1968.
Methodist College Belfast- Chapel of Unity dedication, 1968.
A model of the Methodist College proposed sixth form centre, 1968.
An overseas touch at Methody is provided by this group of pupils which includes, Eddy Zain (Malaysia), Khatijah Jumangat (Malaysia), Juzer Mohammeddhai (Tanzania), Shelna Sinte (Belgium), and Noreen Chilambo (Zambia), 1975.
Members of the Methodist College rowing team, who are taking part in the girls' fours at the Junior National Trials in Dublin. They are (from left) Jane Cooper, Joanne McGrath, Jill Brown (cox) and Jennifer Woods. Not available for the picture because of illness was Susan Budd, 1987.
Methodist College Belfast- Mr. Hunter and Mr. McCay, Director of Music, at the new organ in the Chapel of Unity, 1968.
Methodist College Belfast- McArther Hall, 1937
Mark Wright (17), a lower sixth pupil at Methody, who came top in the Northern Ireland GCSE technology exams. Mark, who lives in Malone, is pictured with his teacher Mrs. Audrey Reid and his automatic liquid soap dispenser which was his project for the exam. This is the fourth time in six years that a Methodist College has won this award, 1990.
The Governor, Lord Erskine, opening the new Science block at Methody, 1966.
Seventeen year old Ken Nicholls competing in the open long jump event at the Methodist College Centenary Sports held at Pirrie Park, Belfast, 1968.
Methodist College Belfast- Peaceful scene at the school in holiday time, 1957.
Centenery Prize Day. The Prime Minister Captain Terence O'Neill addresses a capacity crowd in the Sir William Whitla Hall, Queen's University when he presentes the awards at the Methodist College Centenery Prize Day there, 1968.
Methodist College Belfast- Main building, 1996.
The new boathouse for Methodist College situated at Stranmillis, Belfast, where an "At Home" will be held tomorrow to mark the opening, 1961.
The trio from Methodist College Belfast (from left), Mark White (16), Mathew Tennis (12) and Tobert McKeag (18), who will represent Northern Ireland in the national finals of the British Gas/British Association for the Advancement of Science, "Mastermind" science quiz, which will be held in the Natural History Museum, Kensington London next month. If successful the trio will collect "1,000 to be spent on science or technology equipment for the college, 1990.
Methodist College Belfast- Senior Girls choir, 1996.
Methodist College Belfast- Building, 1954
David Holley, Malcolm Boyd and Jonathan McQuoid, members of the Methody Sixth Form team who won the British Institute of Management "Examine Industry" competition at the University of Ulster, at Jordonstown, 1986.
Methodist College Belfast- Business team, 1990.
Methodist College Belfast- A boy tries on his new School Uniform in Belfast Co-Operative Children's Dept aided by one of the assistants, 1970.
Methodist College Belfast- 1994
Methodist College Belfast-Fifth formers take part in a practice game of soccer in the school grounds, 1975.
Getting in practice are three members of the Methody second XI hockey team- Christine Browne, Rosie Jones and Susan Elliot, 1975.
Methodist College Belfast- Mastering the art of typing are pupils on one of the business classes, 1975.
Methodist College Belfast- 1975.
Methody Girls applaud the Prime Minister Captain Terence O'Neill's opening speech when he presented awards at the school centenery prize day in the Sir William Whitla Hall, Queen's University, 1968.
Pupils at Methodist College Prize Distribution in the Sir William Whitla Hall, Queen's University, 1970.
Prize Distribution. The girls of M.C.B. listen to the guest speaker Lord Dunleath at Sir William Whitla Hall, Queen's University, Belfast.
Methodist College "A" team chair their captain Ken Shaw, after they had won the Northern Ireland schools' cross country championship, at Barnetts Park, Belfast. Also, included are Alan Bell, David Green, Rodney Stone, Michael Stevenson, Michael McKimm, Brian Rowe and Eric McKee. The cup was presented by the "Belfast Telegraph." 1969.
Methody supporters in gay mood make a colourful spectacle with their banners and placards as they watch the Schools' Cup match with Annadale, at Pirrie Park, 1970.
Methodist College choirs and orchestras fill St. Anne's Cathedral, Belfast, for their performance of a cantata specially written by Raymond Warren for the college's centenary celebrations. Pupils of both the senior and junior schools took part, 1968.
Methodist College Belfast- Rowing Club, 1971
Ropeworkers at Methody- otherwise pupils getting down to it in the gym, 1975.
M.C.B. prize distribution, 1972.
Methodist College Belfast- Methody main building, 1878.
Mr. A. S. Worrall, headmaster of Methodist College, Belfast, with a model of the sixth form centre, 1968.
The Prime Minister Captain Terence O'Neill presenting the Waugh Temperance Essay Prize to Stephen G. H. Plunkett at the Methodist College Centenery Prize Day in the Sir William Whitla Hall, Queen's University, Belfast, 1968.
Methodist College Belfast
The Methodist College Craig Cup crew make their way to their boat at Stranmillis for a training session on the Lagan. The boys, they are all under fifteen, train four days each week, rowing six miles per day for Craig Cup race which will be held on the Bann at Coleraine in June, 1970.
Methodist College Belfast-Girls in the fourth from cookery class under Mrs. Margaret Crowe tackling the technique of the apple tart, 1975.
Methodist College Belfast- Senior schools hockey final winners, 1983.
The "Bearded ones" of Methodist College pictured with principal, Mr. A.S. Worrall, casting a keen eye along the row of sixth-form whiskers, 1964.
Catherine Thom (13) gave prize day at Methodist College a musical uplift. She played a guitar solo during the junior prize distribution in the Whitla Hall Belfast. Pictured with her are prize winners Mary Jackson (12) and Ruth Eyre (12), 1970.
The happy Methody crew with their valuable Spanish Galleon from Cork's rowing regatta, 1976.
Pupils from Fullerton House, Methodist College, Belfast, representing each class from P1 to P7 under the supervision of teacher Roy Topping (right) delivered 1,500 toys collected at the school as pasrt of BBC TV's Blue Peter appeal to Oxfam shop in Chichester Street, 1979.
Methodist College Centenary Banquet. Mr A.S. Worrall (third left) headmaster of Methodist College, at the Methodist College Centenary Banquet in the City Hall. With Mr Worrall are (from left) DR R.C.H. Elliott, Church of Ireland Bishop of Connor, Dr William Philbin, Roman Catholic Bishop of Down and Conner and Dr John H. Withers, Moderator of the General Assembly, 1968.
The girls of the Methodist College, Belfast, rowing team, bring a touch of welcome glamour to a male dominated sport. The team, pictured here after a training session on the Lagan at Stranmillis, are (from left) Valerie Corrigan (17), Anne Cameron (17), captain; Suzanne Watson (17), Pauline Southam (16), Margaret Coburn (18), Janine Paisley (18), Sherlie McNeill (18), Andree Kerr (18) and Rosemary Moss (16), cox, 1972.
Chapel of Unity Dedication at Methodist College Belfast, 1968.
Chapel of Unity dedication at Methodist College, 1968.
M.C.B. Rowing Club, 1969.
Methodist College boat crew practice, 1970.
The Methodist College Craig Cup crew push their boat away from the slip at the school boathouse, Stranmillis for a six mile training session on the Lagan. The boys, who are all under fifteen, are training four days each week in preparation for the Craig Cup race at Coleraine in June, 1070.
Professor Wilson (left), president of the Methodist College Old Boys' Association, at the school's centenary banquet in the City Hall, with (from left) Dr. Hugh Flack, from Pietermaritzburg; Miss Louise Rangecroft and Mr. W.R. Rangecroft, from Johannesburg, and Mrs. Eillen Lockhart, president of the Old Girls' Association. Dr. Flack and Mr. Rangecroft were at MCB in the 1920's and flew from South Africa for the centenary celebrations, 1968.
MCB Prize Day. Demonstraters link hands and half walk, half run around the Sir William Whitla Hall at Queen's University prior to the arrival of the Prime Minister Captain Terence O'Neill for the Methodist College Centenary Prize Day there, 1968.
Chapel of Unity dedication at Methodist College. The four clergy, who togeather spoke the Benediction after the dedication of the Chapel of Unity at Methodist College, pictured with the headmaster, Mr. A. Stanley Worrall (centre). They are (from left)- the Dean of Belfast, Very Rev. C. I. Peacocke; the President of the Methodist Church, Rev. Gerald G. Myles; Principal J.L.M. Haire, and Rev. R. G. Bagnall, chaplain of the college, 1968.
Methodist College Belfast- Methody new pavilion, Pirrie Park, 1957.
Methodist College Belfast- Site for Methody's new boat house, 1960.
The scene in Belfast City Hall as 450 old boys, old girls and guests sit down to dinner at Methodist College Centenary Banquet, 1968.
Sir George Allen, secretary of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, and an old pupil of Methodist College, Belfast, unveiling the plaque to open the college's new labratories, art rooms and classrooms. With him is Mr. A.S. Worrall, the principal, 1962.
Mr. Gerry Egan working on the organ which is being installed in the Methodist College chapel. The organ is the gift of Corpus Christie College, Cambridge, 1968.
The scene in the Sir William Whitla Hall, Queens University where Methodist College Belfast held their annual Prize Distribution Day. Mr. J.M. Benn (Commissioner for Complaints and Former Permanent Sec. to the Ministry of Education, Northern Ireland) presented the prizes, 1971.
The Governor, Lord Erskine opening a new block at the Methodist College, 1966.
Methodist College Belfast- Last week's successful squad hockey team with the Tasmania Trophy as Irish Schools Champions. Schoolmaster Robert Kenny (legend, left) and Philip Marshall are pictured with team members Mark Wallace (front left) Ian Weatherup, Geoffrey Clarke (captain), Jonathan Furphy, Nicholas Gharbaoui, and Conner Jordan. Back row: Steven Ferguson, Gregg Sterritt, Ian Hully, Michael Nevin, David Kerr, Colin Johnston, and Keith Davidson, 1985.
The scene at Pirrie Park, Belfast last night during the back-stroke (under 17boys) race at Methodist College annual swimming gala, 1969.
These boys have a good reason to look happy as they stride along-every step means money. They were some of the 750 pupils of Dunlambert Boys' Secondary School, Belfast, who took part in a part in a 10-mile sponsored walk. They were raising the money to buy a mini-bus for the school, 1971
Dunlambert School- 1976
Dunlambert School- 1976
Dunlambert School- 1976
The team from Dunlambert Boys' Secondary School, winners of the Belfast Education Authority inter-schools road safety quiz, who defeated the girls from Carolan Grammer School. They are (from left), George Clyde (15), William Greer (14), Keith Henderson (13), and Andrew Speers (12), 1970.
Dunlambert School- 1976
Prize-winners applaud the guest speaker, Dr. N. A. Burges, vice-chancellor of the New University of Ulster, during the prize distribution at Dunlambert Secondary School, Belfast, 1971.
The Lord Mayor Alderman Joseph Cairns at the controls of the T.K.1., a car built by fourth year boys at Dunlambert Secondary School, Belfast after presenting road safety prizes at the school. The car which is powered by a 125 cc engine cost £30 to build, 1969.
Dunlambert School- 1976
Dunlambert School- 1976
Dunlambert School- 1976
Dunlambert School- 1976
Dunlambert School- 1976
Dunlambert School- 1976
Dunlambert and Hopefield, who will contest the final of the Belfast Secondary Schools' Senior Cup at Seaview on Monday afternoon, 2:30 kick-off. The teams are reckoned to be evenly balanced. A week ago Dunlambert were defeated by holders Ashfield in the semi-final of the Irish Schools' EA, 1974.
Building students of Dunlambert Secondary School are erecting a workshop garage for the school car and motor-cycle, 1967.
Robert McConnell, of Whitehouse (left), and William McLaughlin, Shore Road, spent two months and many hours of research to make this totem pole as authentic as possible. Now that the piece has been finished it will stand at their school, Dunlambert Secondary, in place of honour in a courtyard, 1968.
Billy McCullough (right), of Glentoran, and Ewan Fenton (second right), manager of Linfield, two of the soccer personalities who attended the presentation of soccer medals and trophies at Dunlambert Boys' Secondary School, Belfast. Also in the picture are four captains (from left)- Christopher McGrath, junior team; John Flanagan, intermediate; George Hawthorne, senior, and Sam Higgins, colts, 1968.
Pupils maintenance class at work on "Team Kilpatrick 1" the first car that the class/have made themselves, out of motor scooter parts. The car, as yet unfinished, is named after their teacher Mr. James Kilpatrick (standing) and will be completed with an aluminium sports body, 1969.
Pupils car maintenance class push out "Team Kilpatrick 1." 1969
Dunlambert School- 1968
"Z-car drivers were bombarded with questions when they arrived at Dunlambert Secondary School, Belfast, with their cars. They were giving a road safety demonstration along with the R.U.C accident prevention unit, 1966.
Parents pack the assembly hall in Dunlambert Secondary School as they listen to speakers who hope to keep the school opened, 1982.
These boys have a good reason to look happy as they stride along-every step means money. They were some of the 750 pupils of Dunlambert Boys' Secondary School, Belfast, who took part in a part in a 10-mile sponsored walk. They were raising the money to buy a mini-bus for the school, 1971
A group of sixth-formers will be helping to look after 100 handicapped children this summer- nearly 2,000 miles away in the steamy heat of Morocco. The boys from Bangor Grammar School have been invited by the Save The Children Fund to the northern tip of Africa, 1978.
The jubiliant Bangor Grammar School rugby team pictured after beating Campbell College 6-3 in the Schools' Cup final at Ravenhill, 1969.
School's Cup final hockey team for New Blaris next Wednesday afternoon: Front row (from left)- James Foote, Lindsay Holmes, Deryck Rothwell (captain), Rory McCrystal and Robin Hudson. Back row - Philip Skelly, Mark Hamilton, Jonny McNaught, Chris Wilkinson, Paul Wylie, Micael McLellan and Robert Stone, 1988.
Bangor Grammar- Haircuts, 1973
The successful madrigal group from Bangor Grammar School are put through their paces by their director of music Ian Hunter, 1975.
Bangor Grammar, 1993
Bangor Grammar- 1993
Pupils, who refused to obey the short back and sides ruling on their way home from school, 1973.
Bangor Grammar- 1994
Mr. Jim Claney (right), outgoing, chairman of Bangor Grammar School Parents' Association, hands over an original painting of the school to Mr. Brian Thompson, chairman of the Board of Governors and launches the sale of limited edition prints for old boys and parents. Included (from left) are: Mr. Tom Patton, headmaster; Ms. Phyllis Arnold, the artist; and Mr. Michael Curry, chairman of the Parents' Association, 1985.
Bangor Grammar- golfers, 1974.
The boys of Bangor Grammar School have swept all before them this season. Four major trophy wins, in fact- in the Ulster Section of the Aer Lingus Schools' championship (in which they were third-best in the all-Ireland finals), and in the Ulster Schools' League and Froggart Shield championships, and Irish Schools' championship, 1978.
Bangor Grammar- School Choir, 1994.
British Steel could do worse than employ the six teenagers from Ballymena Academy who amassed a staggering £11m. profit to win the Ulster Bank annual school's management game. Last year the Academy finished in third place in the Northern Ireland finals but this year the sixth formers out-managed 64 teams throughout the province to win £120 for the school and a place in the All-Ireland final. Mr. David Kilpatrick, teacher in charge of the project, praised the team's success. "It's a reward for the hard work they put in right through the competition," he said. David Tedford (left), David Long, Stephen Kirk, Micheale O'Connell, Mathew Brown and Stephen Boyd. The competition was held in the Stormont Hotel, Belfast.
Mr. Tom Greenwood (centre back row), with the Ballymena Academy girls' choir who took part in "A cermony of carols," at the musical concert held in the school assembly hall, 1971.
Ballymena Academy players clamour for the ball after a line-out during the Schools' Cup-final against Belfast Boys' Model School, at Ravenhill, 1971.
Mr. William Livingstone, head of the music department of Ballymena Academy giving a final briefing to other members of the orchestra, 1973.
Carrick scrum half David Arbuckle breaks from a scrum during the Carrickfergus Grammer School vs Ballymena Academy Schools Cup semi-final at Carrickfergus. Ballymena qualified for the final, 1971.
The Governor, Lord Eskine, discussing a physics experiment with Mr. G. McCullough during a tour of the classrooms after opening Ballymena Academy new premises. Also in the picture are (from left), Mr. W. H. Mol, headmaster; Alderman J. B. Millar, Major of Ballymena, and Captain William Long, Minister of Education, 1968.
The sports pavilion with the rugby playing fields behind, 1968.
A view of the rear of the Ballymena Academy from the hockey playing fields, 1968.
Ballymena Academy- 1965
Ballymena's famous Academy, 1965
Ballymena Academy new building, 1968
The Ballymena Academy captain Adrian Goodrich is carried shoulder high by his team mates after they had won the Medallion Shield by defeating Methodist College in the final at Ballyclare, 1970.
Over the years the Ballymena Academy Old Pupils have played the school at a variety of games, including hockey, rugby and cross-country. This year for the first times they met at badminton in a special challenge match in the school gym, 1974.
School Arms, 1972.
School Team, 1974.
Schools Cup Final, 1970.
Members of the victorious Ballymena Academy team with the Schools' Cup after beating Belfast Royal Academy in the final at Ravenhill, 1972.
The Schools' Cup is held aloft in front of cheering supporters by Balltmena Academy captain, Montgomery, after defeating Belfast Royal Academy in the final at Ravenhill, Belfast, 1971.
A public speaking team from Ballymena Academy from left: Alison Cunningham, Julie Edgar and Dawn Alexander, who won the Londonderry Business and Professional Women's Club annual public speaking competition held in Magee University College, being congratulated by Miss Angus Clarke, president of the club. Included is Miss Heaster Sterritt, competition organiser. The team will now go forward to the Northern Ireland divisional finals in Belfast, 1980.
The Ballymena Academy team of Dawn Alexander (left), Julie Edgar, and Alison Cinningham who won the Northern Ireland Divisional Final of the United Kingdom Federation of Business and Professional Women's public speaking competition. They represent Northern Ireland in the national finals in London on November 29th, 1980.
Ballymena Academy First XI cricket team. Back row from left: L. Bell, B. McKendry, D. Beattie, J. Colwell, G. McKendry, B. Rhodes and D. Gibson. Front row: D. Harkin, C. Dick A. McKee, J. Ireland (captain), A. Finlay and A. Smith, 1983.
British Steel could do worse than employ the six teenagers from Ballymena Academy who amassed a staggering £11m. profit to win the Ulster Bank annual school's management game. Last year the Academy finished in third place in the Northern Ireland finals but this year the sixth formers out-managed 64 teams throughout the province to win £120 for the school and a place in the All-Ireland final. Mr. David Kilpatrick, teacher in charge of the project, praised the team's success. "It's a reward for the hard work they put in right through the competition," he said. David Tedford (left), David Long, Stephen Kirk, Micheale O'Connell, Mathew Brown and Stephen Boyd. The competition was held in the Stormont Hotel, Belfast.
Ballymena Academy team which won the Northern Bank Schools Cricket final at Muckamore. Front row (from left), Richard Bill, Stephen McBurney, John Glass (captain), Stephen Surgeoner, Paul Rainey and Jonathan Kennedy. Back row (from left), David Kennedy, Carl Williams, Mark Hamilton, David Berkley, Michael Glass, Mark McGladdery, Mark Dunlop and Clive Jackson, teacher in charge.
St Dominic's- Eight Annual Young Scirntists Exhibition, 1971.
Lieut-Gen Sir Richard Anderson visits St Dominic's High School, Belfast
Lieut-Gen Sir Richard Anderson visits St Dominic's High School, Belfast
St Dominic's- Suzanne Matthews (left), Sarah Curran (centre) and Maria Stuart (right) with Petra Sahm and Regine Hamacher, two of a party of 12 girls from "Haus Eich," a youth educational centre at Aachen West Germany, who are in the province for a week under a schools' part-exchange scheme, 1982.
St Dominic's- A novel experiment on the connection between cigarette smoke and lung cancer has won a Belfast schoolgirl a special science prize. Rita Fox (17) is a pupil at St. Dominic's High School, Falls Road, and her project won a "Highly Commended" rosette at the Young Scientist of the Year competition in Dublin, 1975.
St. Dominic's girls won another prize, this time in the group section of Aer Lingus projects, 1975.
Napolean looks on, at St. Augustine's Boys School window painting, 1972.
The three pupils of St. Augustine's Secondary School, Ravenhill Road, Belfast (from left), John Hanna, Harry Pye and William Jones busy at work on disregarded television sets getting them in working order for the old age pensioners, 1972.
St. Augunstine Sec- 1972
St. Augunstine Sec- Hovercraft built by them, 1972.
St. Augunstine Sec- 18 yesr-old Michael Blaney tests the engines of the hovercraft, 1972.
St. Augunstine Sec- Hovercraft built by them, 1972.
Boys from St. Augustine Secondary School presenting a TV set on behalf of St. Augustine's Radio Club old-age pensioners' scheme to Mrs. Sarah Haddock, of Maryville Street, Belfast, who will be 101 on July 13. From left are: Harry Pye, William James, John Hanna, and teacher Mr. B. Collins, 1972.
Off on a 12-day coach tour of Europe is this party of 48 boys and four teachers from St. Augustine's High School, Ravenhill Road, Belfast. During their holiday they will visit Holland, Germany, Switzerland and France, 1982.
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Campbell College Rugby 1st XV 1896-97
Empire Day 1914
Campbell College cricket 1st XI 1918
Campbell College cricket 1st XI 1899
Campbell College 1914 1st XV. Seven of the team did not survive the First World War; two of them also lost a brother; and one member of Staff was killed
Speech Day. A swimming display in the new pool at Campbell College, Belfast was well attended on Speech Day at the College, 1969.
Campbell College- War Memorial, 1966.
Parents and friends attending Speech Day at Campbell College, Belfast, 1969.
C.I.J.H Drummund receives the Dufferin Medal (Classics) from Lady Huddie (wife of Sir David Huddie, Managing Director of the Aero Engine Division of Rolls-Royce Ltd) during the distribution of prizes on Speech Day at Campbell College, Belfast, 1969.
The new study block at Campbell College, with 96 study places, is the first of five projects now in course of planning and execution. The library extension and improvements will be completed next summer, togeather with grass pitches, tennis courts and an all-weather hockey pitch, 1964.
Some of the 400 Campbell College pupils who took part in a sponsored walk from Belfast to Holywood. The walk was to help raise funds for the Social Service Group, an organisation of schoolboys which helps old people. Approximately £1,200 was raised by this effort, 1970.
Vancouver Here we Come...! The Campbell College rugby team flew out to Canada today for a five-match Easter tour against Vancouver's top school sides. They'll be away nearly four weeks. Hugh McMurray (with ball) is captain of the Campbell tour party which will be joined later by Mr. Robin Morgan, headmaster of the College. Mr. Morgan is himself a former Army wing-threequarter, 1972.
Who says you can't win them all? Hugh McMurray, captain of Campbell College rugby side, hold up five fingers to indicate that they won all five matches during their three weeks' tour of British Columbia. The picture was taken at Aldergrove when they arrived home today.
Johnny Whiteside (front centre), captain, Campbell College Senior Cross Country team, which won the Ulster Senior Schools Cup, the Belfast and Belfast and District League shield and the Co Down District shield. The team includes Chris Hawthorne (front left), vice-captain, John Russell (front right), and (back from left), Anthony Crowe, Neil Stewart, Justin Collins, Roger Knox, Nick Bryson and Michael Cave. This is the seventh year in succession that the college has won both the Belfast and Co Down shields, 1989.
Campbell College- 1972
Campbell College- 1972
Campbell College- 1972
Campbell College- 1972
Campbell College- 1934
At wine and cheese party held at Campbell College, Belfast, to launch their souvenir brochure which publicises the school's forthcoming rugby tour to Vancouver, Canada (from left), Jonathan Park, vice-Captain, 1st XV, Mr Jack Ferris Master, in charge of rugby, Brian Browne, captain 1st XV and Tim Dudgeon, Head Boy. This team will be playing six matches on the tour which starts on March 19, 1988.
Members of the Campbell College team, winners of the all-Ireland senior schools athletics cup at Bellfield, Dublin. Front, from left, are Gavin Browne with the Ulster schools senior athletics cup, Brian Browne (captain) with the all Ireland trophy, and Peter Colville, with the Ulster schools senior relay cup. Back, Philip Calvert, Neil McClements, John Gibney and Neil Palmer. Not available for the picture was Justin Reid, 1988.

Okay, she may still be at school and the photo isn't that old but X Factor starlet Janet Devlin still merits a slot in our old school photos gallery

The shy schoolgirl from Co Tyrone is gearing up to sing in front of millions of X Factor fans after securing her place in the live finals of the hit TV show.

Janet joins other local celebrities including Zoe Salmon, Darren Clarke, Eamonn Holmes, Liam Neeson, George Best and Christine Bleakley in our gallery.



We have also dug out images from, Methodist College, Campbell College, Grovenor , Bangor Grammar , Dunlambert , St Augustine's , St Dominic's and Ballymena Academy .

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