Seven sets of twins start in Glanmire Community College

Front: Harry and Luke Chambers, Sarah and Scott Finn, Alanna and Megan O'Flynn, Mark and David Evans, with Back: Nathan and Cephora Kumpaya, Holly and Hannah O'Mahony, Robert and Adam Dyczewski, the seven sets of twins who were amongst the 196 students starting First Year at Glanmire Community College this week. (Picture: Jim Coughlan)

Among the 196 students starting First Year at Glanmire Community College were a remarkable seven sets of twins. These siblings are travelling from Watergrasshill, Brooklodge and from Glanmire itself.

Mark Evans who spent his primary school days at Watergrasshill Primary School is an avid golfer while his brother David Evans will be particularly interested in the Glanmire Community College hurling team.

The second Watergrasshill duo are twin sisters Alanna and Megan O’Flynn and the third set are Holly and Hannah O’Mahony. The four future GAA starts all started at Glanmire CC on Tuesday last.

Art and music lover Cephora Kumpaya Mumpuni attended Lower Glanmire Primary School with her twin brother Nathan who will be signing up for all the school’s technology subjects at Glanmire CC.

Adding to the list of twins starting first year earlier this week were were international level figure skater Sarah Finn and her brother Scott from Riverstown National School, while Harry Chambers is joined by his twin brother Luke Chambers and both attended Brooklodge Primary School.

The last of the seven sets of twins making the move to Glanmire Community College were the Dyczewksi brother. Adam Dyczewski is a lover of the arts; be it drawing or drama, while his brother Robert is a fan of the outdoors.