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Chris Larmour steers Methody to U14 all-Ireland trophy

By Staff Reporter

Published 16/04/2015

Mark Gleghorne
Mark Gleghorne

Methodist College Belfast Under 14s have won the John Waring All-Ireland Trophy ... the first time it has stayed in Ulster since its inception in 2009.

Chris Larmour scored in Methody's opening 1-0 success over Sullivan; Teddy Hopkins was the marksmen in the similar 1-0 victory over Ashton; Ciaran Gough made it a hat-trick of 1-0 wins with the goal against Dublin High; and Robbie Armstrong and Hopkins scored the goals in the 2-0 success over Midleton College.

Methody then won the decider against St Andrew's 2-0 with Chris Larmour scoring both.

St Andrew's were runners-up with Sullivan third.

Meanwhile Ulster had FOUR players in the Great Britain starting line-up - Mark Gleghorne, Iain Lewers, David Ames and Ian Sloan - in a non-capped game against Olympic champions Germany, with Gleghorne scoring a last minute winner in a 3-2 success.

And two goals from Banbridge's Johnny McKee helped Ulster U21s chalk up a 4-2 success over Brazil's senior international team at the University of Ulster last night.

Rowan Poots (North Down) and Neal Glassey (Mossley) scored the others.

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