They’ve put a concerted effort into hurling over the past four years and after some tough campaigns and plenty of harrowing defeats, their U16 and a 1/2 team head down to Cappoquin on Wednesday at 12.30pm for a Munster final against Scoil Ruain from Killenaule.
O'Sullivan previously taught in Hospital, with the Limerick school succeeding at this grade in 2014 when it was called the Corn Iognáid Rís.
Killenaule are the holders, so can call on some of that experience in the clash with BCS, with Cork schools St Colman's from Midleton and Mitchelstown CBS were victors the two seasons before that.
"We wouldn't have seen anything like this five years ago," said Jennings, "but now we'll have a couple of buses going down from the school to support us and that has to be good for hurling going forward. We wouldn't have the numbers to compete really at U14, and we're lucky that a few of these lads are on the 'half-age', but look we were out of Munster 10 years ago, so whatever happens on Wednesday we can be proud."