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Ratoath's double doodles for Google

Monday, 8th February, 2016 12:17pm
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Ratoath's double doodles for Google

Anya's colourful doodle for Google.

Ratoath's double doodles for Google

Anya's colourful doodle for Google.

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The Goodle voting lines are open and your votes are needed! Out of thousands of entries, two students from Ratoath National School have been shortlisted for the 2016 Doodle for Google competition. Cillian and Anya are also the only two finalists from Meath. Voting closes on Sunday 14th February.

Cillian Slattery is a finalist in the "Life and Culture" category with his doodle on his favourite aspects of Irish life featuring Croke Park, a shamrock, a hurl and the sea. Vote for Cillian's doodle here: https://www.google.ie/doodle4google/vote.html#d=d2-12

Anya Clarke-Carr has been shortlisted for the third time in the "Ireland is our Celtic History" category with her vibrant work describing Ireland as "a colourful and energetic place and has been for thousands of years". In 2013 Anya was the overall winner in the Sightsavers’ Junior Painter Awards.

Vote for Anya's doodle here: https://www.google.ie/doodle4google/vote.html#d=d3-12

Cillian's entry shows all of his favourite things about Ireland.

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