Ballynahinch secure high five but Ballymena still in control
Battling Ballynahinch took five points from their clash with Malone, winning 24-3, but still trail league leaders Ballymena by six points with a game in hand.
Inst on a high after sealing Medallion Shield hat-trick against Wallace High
RBAI secured their third consecutive Medallion Shield title with a 22-8 win over Wallace High at the Kingspan Stadium yesterday.
Friends in warm places as school girls hit the sunshine
Friends’ Girls’ are looking forward to escaping the wind and rain as they head for Marbella in Spain this week for their long awaited hockey and netball tour.
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Laurelhill Community land the big one
It’s not too often school teams get the full VIP treatment but that’s exactly what the boys of Laurelhill Community College in Lisburn enjoyed this week.
Glentoran kids fulfil European dream
Glentoran bridged a 96-year gap last week when European glory was brought back to east Belfast — and it was the Cock ‘n’ Hens’ kids who made it happen.
Victoria pupils are queens of the pool
Victoria College, Belfast P7 Pupils represented Ireland this weekend at the ESSA National Swimming Championships for Primary Schools at the International Sports Arena in Sheffield.
Goal ace Amy strikes a blow for the girls
Eleven year old Amy Kirkpatrick has become the first girl to win the Downpatrick Youth League’s Player of the Year award in the forty year history of the league.
St Pat's retain MacRory Cup
Goals from Niall McKenna and Dermot Thornton helped Dungannon come back from seven points down to retain their MacRory Cup title in the first ever all-Tyrone final.
St Paul’s snatch win in first ever match
St. Paul’s of Kilrea, a school traditionally associated with Gaelic football and Hurling took part in their first game of competitive rugby last week against local boys, Dunluce School at Ballymoney RFC.
Goals flow in Schools’ clashes
There were goals galore in the third round of the Carnegie Schools Cup with the six matches played last week producing 39 goals.
Ballymoney win Antrim Area Blitz
The annual Year 9 Antrim area blitz took place this week at Ballymoney RFC, and once again, it was local boys Ballymoney HS who took home the silverware.
Belfast’s ‘Big Two’ dumped out
Belfast Model and La Salle have dominated the Maxol Direct Belfast Schools’ Cup for the last 16 years with at least one of those schools reaching the St. Patrick’s Day final.
Rugby Schools’ Cup: Carrickfergus
Every week in Local Heroes we look at teams who will take part in this year’s Rugby Schools’ Cup. Carrickfergus Grammar are next up, with coach Neal Kennedy giving us the lowdown on his squad.
Every week we look at teams who will take part in this year’s Rugby Schools’ Cup. Limavady Grammar are next up, with coach Stephen Barr giving us the lowdown on his squad.
Every week in Local Heroes we look at teams who will take part in this year’s Rugby Schools’ Cup. Down High are next up, with captain Michael Scott introducing his side.
Millington’s treble triumph
Millington are still celebrating achieving the feat that some clubs can only dream about - doing the treble.
Rugby Schools’ Cup: Antrim Grammar
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Schools’ Cup Profile: Friends School
Each week we will look at the teams competing in this season’s Rugby Schools’ Cup. Next up is Friends’ School, Lisburn with acting coach Stephen Robinson giving the low-down on his squad.
Schools Cup Profile: Methodist College
Each week we will look at the teams competing in this season’s Rugby Schools’ Cup. We begin with holders Methody with coach Nick Wells reviewing his squad for the campaign.
Methody stamina passes the test
Methodist College Belfast were the victors in the longest race of the Irish rowing calendar, the Portadown Marascull.
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