Belfast Telegraph

Monday 15 September 2014

Campbell set up Shield date with Armagh Royal

Campbell College will meet Armagh Royal in the Ulster Schools' Subsidiary Shield final at Ravenhill on March 25.

Campbell College ran in four tries at Portora Royal (29-14) after being 12-7 in front at the interval. Luke Williamson had two first half tries, one of which was converted by Johnny Philpott. James Gormley added the points to a Charlie Sargaison score for the Enniskillen team. Rory Scholes and Ben Robertson touched down, the former converting both and adding a penalty. Gormley goaled a late Matthew Tanswell try for the home team.

In the other semi-final Armagh Royal beat Coleraine AI 20-11. Chris Colvin gave Armagh the lead with a well-taken try but Ritchie McMaster touched down to level. Andrew Magowan put Armagh into a 8-5 interval advantage with a penalty. Inside centre Robbie Magowan later had Armagh's second try, converted by his brother Andrew before McMaster retorted with a penalty.

The home team then had an Andrew Magowan try and McMaster then kicked a second penalty.

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