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Schools' Cup holders Inst face stern semi-final test

By Staff Reporter

Published 10/06/2015

Holywood are hosting a fun day for primary school children next Monday.
Holywood are hosting a fun day for primary school children next Monday.

Ulster Bank Schools' Cup holders Instonians will meet Campbell College in this year's semi-final and there will be an all-Belfast final at Muckamore next Wednesday if BRA win the other last-four tie against Coleraine AI.

BRA beat Strabane Academy on Monday by seven wickets, chasing 91, Campbell College had eight to spare when they passed Foyle College's 101 for seven and Coleraine beat Campbell's 2nd XI by seven wickets.

Meanwhile, Holywood are hosting a fun day for primary school children next Monday.

BREADY'S Andrew Austin and CIYMS batsman John Matchett have been named as captains for the Ulster Schools Trial at the Castle Grounds on Friday (1.30pm).

Team A: A Austin (Foyle), A Kelso (Belfast High), E Lapsley, R Long (both Foyle), N McMinn (Campbell), L McNamra, B Mellor (both RBAI), J Mitchell (Lurgan College), T Onyekwelu (Bangor Grammar), P Park (Campbell), A Skelton (Grosvenor), M Smyth (Coleraine AI), P Telford (Campbell).

Team B: J Matchett (Sullivan), P Beverland (Campbell), J Burton (BRA), P Dolaghan (RBAI), A Forbes (BRA), A Gillespie (Holy Cross College), M Johnston (Grosvenor), N Kilpatrick (Wallace), T Magowan (Down High), A McCalmont (Ballyclare High), R Miller (Bangor Grammar), S Nelson (Grosvenor), C Shannon (Sullivan).

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