Schools’ Cup: Fourth round draw
Saturday, February 5
Saturday, February 5
Grosvenor easily accounted for Cambridge House 24-5 in the last round and followed that up with the surprise of the afternoon when they eliminated ‘seeded’ Banbridge Academy at Castlereagh.
Ballymena Academy, the holders of the Northern Bank Schools' Cup title, face a difficult fourth round draw against Armagh Royal in this season’s competition.
Four tries within fifteen minutes helped Coleraine Inst come from behind before recording a convincing 25-point victory over Dungannon.
It was a long journey home for Foyle & Londonderry College after their defeat to Down High, but the 17-6 scoreline doesn’t tell the full story.
Portadown were unable to repeat their gallant victory over Wellington College as they crashed out of the Schools’ Cup at the hands of Dalriada.
A young Limavady held their more experienced opponents until well into the second-half before a late try sent Regent House into the quarter-finals of the Schools’ Cup.
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As well as six Northern Bank Schools’ Cup ties there are two still-to-be-settled Schools’ Trophy games tomorrow.
In an action-packed contest at Magherafelt, Sullivan withstood some late pressure to emerge victorious in a Northern Bank Schools' Cup third round tie against Rainey.
With the weather disrupting the Northern Bank Schools’ Cup schedule it’s catch-up time once again in Round Three.
The Northern Bank Schools' Cup juggernaut is gathering pace, with eight runners ready to progress into round four tomorrow.
Bangor Grammar have home advantage and having already beaten Friends this term, could have the edge at Ballymacormick Road (10.30am).
Grosvenor Grammar hope to build on last week’s devastating 24-5 win over Cambridge House when they play against Banbridge Academy (10.30 am).
A closely contested tie is anticipated when Coleraine Inst travel to Dungannon in the third round of the Northern Bank Schools' Cup (11 am).
Belfast High proved that they never give up when, after trailing Carrick Grammar 3-13 at the interval, they dominated the second half to reach the third round, winning 20-13, to take on Larne Grammar (10.30 am).
Rainey Endowed needed a 14-7 second round win over Omagh Academy to qualify for a meeting with the highly fancied Sullivan Upper (11am).
Portadown showed determination when, having conceded an early try, they fought back to convincingly beat Wellington College 34-8 and earn a third round tie with Dalriada (11 am).
Down High have had a couple of impressive results of late so they could have the edge over a Foyle/Londonderry College team that have a long journey to Downpatrick (11.30am).
A young and inexperienced Limavady really have an uphill struggle when they entertain Regent House (11.15 am).
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