PHYSICAL EDUCATION is seen as an important part of school life and
- Football Table Tennis
- Hurling Indoor Soccer
- Camogie Uni-Hoc
- Hockey Tennis
- Basketball Gymnastics
- Volley-ball Olympic Handball
- Rounders Ladies Football
are played as part of the P.E. Curriculum, and also at Lunch-time.
Students who participate in Golf, Handball, Horse-Riding, Athletics and other sporting activities outside school receive every encouragement and co-operation and represent the school in Colleges competitions.
Competitive games, especially hurling, football, camogie, basketball, hockey and table tennis are an integral, successful and very important part of the extra-curricular activity in the life of the school. F.C.J. Bunclody has built up an excellent reputation at county, provincial and national level, winning no fewer than 30 Leinster titles in the last ten years:
- In Hurling we have many South East titles at U14, U16 & Senior level; one U14, two U16 and two Senior Leinster titles. In 2007 our Senior Hurlers won the All Ireland Colleges ‘B’ title.
- In 2016 our Under 16 Footballers won the school’s first ever Leinster title in football
- In 2012 the U14 Footballers won the South Leinster title and were runners-up in Leinster
- The Senior Girls Basketball team won the 2001 Leinster title. Since then they have reached the all Ireland finals on several occasions
- Our Senior & Junior Girls Table Tennis teams won the 1999 Leinster Schools titles.
- The Junior Girls Cross Country team won the South Leinster title in 1999 and 2000
- The Senior Hockey XI were All-Ireland finalists in 1983.
- The Ladies’ U16 Football team won the 2000 Leinster title in their first competitive season
- We were All-Ireland finalists at Senior Football level in 1999 having won Wexford’s first Football Colleges All-Ireland title in 1986.
- In 1993 the Junior Camogie team won the All-Ireland Colleges title – Wexford’s first Colleges Camogie All-Ireland – and our Senior team were All-Ireland semi-finalists in 2000. In Colleges Camogie we have the distinction of winning 17 Leinster titles, including five Senior titles in a row.