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A huge co-twin-cidence in Glanmire!

Wednesday, 5th September, 2018 4:37pm

Staff and students at Glanmire Community College were rubbing their eyes in disbelief this week with some remarkable new arrivals.

An incredible seven sets of twins were among the 197 students starting first year at the popular post primary school known for its extensive academic credentials and its list of extra-curricular activities.

The twins, none of whom are identical, are Harry and Luke Chambers, Adam and Robert Dyczewksi, Mark and David Evans, Alanna and Megan O’Flynn, Holly and Hannah O’Mahony, Cephora and Nathan Kumpaya Mumpuni, and Sarah and Scott Finn.

The siblings, who travel from Watergrasshill, Brooklodge and Glanmire town itself, enjoy a range of very different hobbies, from hurling to swimming, to boxing and figure skating.

This isn’t the first time Glanmire Community College have seen twins come through their doors, having previously welcomed three sets of twins on one intake.

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