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Tuesday 4 August 2015

Update on Schools Cup competitions

Published 25/02/2009 | 10:35

As the Schools Cup competitions enter their final stages, here is an update on all the results and fixtues to keep you in the know.

Two finals have already been decided as Carrickfergus Grammar beat Down High in the Schools Trophy final on Wednesday 18th February. Royal School Armagh also came out on top as they beat Grosvenor Grammar in the Schools Bowl final on Monday 23rd February. Meanwhile the 'Big Two', Methody and RBAI have been kept apart in the semi finals of the Schools Cup.


Schools Trophy Final

(Wednesday 18th February, Shaw's Bridge)

Carrickfergus Grammar 34 - 26 Down High)

Schools Bowl Final

(Monday 23rd February, Ravenhill)

Royal School Armagh 17 - 7 Grosvenor Grammar

Schools Shield Quarter Finals

Ballymena Academy 48 - 0 Bangor Grammar

Sullivan Upper 12 - 10 Portora Royal

Coleraine A.I 38 - 10 Foyle and Londonderry College

Cambridge House 24 - 16 Banbridge Academy

Schools Cup Quarter Finals

Methodist College 21 - 14 Campbell College

R.B.A.I 17 - 12 Wallace High

Regent House 21 - 5 Larne Grammar

Ballyclare High 15 - 13 B.R.A

Schools Shield Semi Finals

Ballymena Academy 38 - 3 Cambridge House

Coleraine A.I 38 - 10 Sullivan Upper

Schools Cup Semi Finals

R.B.A.I 10 - 0 Regent House

Methodist College 36 - 3 Ballyclare High


Schools Shield Final

Ballymena Academy v Coleraine A.I (Thursday 19th March at Ravenhill)

Schools Cup Final

R.B.A.I v Methodist College (Tuesday 17th March at Ravenhill)

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