In Pictures: Schools Cup clash RBAI v Ballyclare High School
Semi-final showdown at Ravenhill
Semi-final showdown at Ravenhill
Rainey IIIs are still well in contention for the Junior 3 title despite a disastrous two weeks.
Richard Hedley, the RBAI coach was a relieved man after his side qualified for the Danske Bank Schools' Cup final on March 18.
RBAI coach Richard Hedley will be hoping to complete a winning double this afternoon after coaching Portadown to the Qualifying 1 title on Saturday.
Campbell College are favourites to win the Danske Bank Medallion Shield but first have to overcome RBAI in the semi-final at Shaw's Bridge today (11am).
History was made when Banbridge Academy lifted their first ever Senior Schools' silverware when they won the Danske Bank Schools' Trophy against Portora Royal at Stevenson Park.
Inst cruised to victory over Limavady Grammar with a seven-try show at Osborne Park to book their semi-final spot at Ravenhill
Ballyclare High can consider themselves very fortunate to qualify for the semi-finals of the Danske Bank Schools' Cup as Sullivan Upper were the better team for the majority of this tie.
Armagh Royal qualified for a semi-final berth against Methodist College and have yet to concede a point after two ties.
Methody delivered a dominant first-half performance to overcome Wallace High at Pirrie Park and advance to the Danske Bank Schools' Cup semi-finals.
It looks like a Methody v Inst Danske Bank Schools' Cup final at Ravenhill on Monday, March 18, although both Ballyclare High and Armagh will be thinking otherwise.
For a team such as Wallace High, who have never won the Danske Bank Schools' Cup despite reaching the final on four occasions, there can be no more daunting a quarter-final fixture than facing an in-form Methodist College at Pirrie Park.
There are two Danske Bank Schools' Cup quarter-round ties in Belfast, with Methodist College entertaining Wallace High at Pirrie Park and RBAI facing a tight tie against Limavady Grammar at Osborne Park.
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Campbell College qualified for a Danske Bank Schools' Medallion Shield quarter-final against Sullivan Upper after a 10-5 victory over crosstown rivals Methodist College.
After a tight first half when Carrick had the wind in their favour Belfast Royal Academy dominated the latter stages to qualify for a home tie against Sullivan Upper in the fourth round.
Belfast High can look forward to a fourth round trip to Bangor Grammar after this dominant performance in the replay following Saturday’s 17-17 draw.
Dalriada adapted better to the very windy conditions as they sealed a victory which was helped by Grosvenor making far too many basic errors at Orangefield.
Two tries by Joel Stirling helped Limavady Grammar secure a Schools’ Cup fourth round tie away to Dalriada.
Bangor Grammar earned a home tie in round four of the Danske Bank Schools’ Cup by seeing off Portadown College at Killicomaine Road.
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