Team Maths Regional Round 2024

Team Maths Regional Round 2024

The regional round of Team Maths 2024 was held in 17 centres across the country on Tuesday, March 27th. It was a huge success with 341 teams competing on the day, from 139 different schools.

Students performed really well with a national mean score of 11.77, with a Standard Deviation of 3.77.

The National Final will be held in Maynooth University on Saturday, April 20th. Due to the size of the venue an additional 19 extra teams have been invited to compete in the national final.

14 of the 19 came from largest centre in the country – Gonzaga College in Dublin where 4 other teams also scored the maximum of 20/20 with the eventual winners Oatlands College. In all, 7 teams nationwide achieved the maximum score. They were

Institute of Education A
Wesley College C
Sandford Park School
Institute of Education C
Presentation Brothers College Cork, C
Oatlands College
Tullamore College

2 of the 19 teams who have been invited to compete in the national final were each from the Cork venue and the Dublin West venue in St Kevin’s Community College.
They will be joined by 1 team from the Kerry region too.

The 17 regional winners were:

Presentation Brothers’ College, Cork
Oatlands College
Tullamore College
St. Flannan’s College B
St. Michael’s College A
Naas CBS
Castleknock College A
Scoil Pól
Rice College B
Coláiste Einde A
St. Kieran’s College A
St Patrick’s College Cavan D
Sligo Grammar School B
St. Joseph’s CBS Nenagh A
St. Augustine’s College B
Dundalk Grammar School
Good Counsel College A

The invited runners-up are:

Institute of Education A
Wesley College C
Sandford Park School
Institute of Education C
Christian Brothers’ College A
St. Benildus College A
Blackrock College A
Gonzaga College A
Mount Anville  A
Gonzaga College C
Presentation Brothers’ College A
CBC Monkstown C
Institute of Education D
The High School A
Mount Anville B
Blackrock College B
Coláiste Íde agus Iosef A
Confey Community College
Dunshaughlin Community College B

Best of luck to all students in the national final.