Ulster did the girls interprovincial double as both their Under-18 and 16s produced unbeaten records to win their respective titles.
Garryduff is the venue as Munster plays host for the girls Under-18 and 16 interpros this weekend with three days, 10 teams and 20 matches to savour.
Munster won their the Under-18 boys interprovincial title for the first time in 15 years as they produced an immaculate unbeaten run over the weekend in Stormont.
The Under-18 and 16 boys interprovincial tournaments raise the curtain on the new domestic season as Stormont hosts the annual contest for regional bragging rights.
Sarah McAuley’s incredible upright reverse-stick shot saw Leinster somehow get on course for interprovincial glory, nicking the title from Ulster at Under-18 level via a shoot-out.
Five regions hit the turf at Grange Road this weekend as the girls Under-18 and 16 interprovincials get underway with Leinster, Ulster, Munster, Connacht and the South East battling it out for the crown
Leinster’s Under-16s and Ulster’s Under-18s won their respective final matches at the boys interprovincials in Cork to land the crown in dramatic fashion.
The domestic hockey curtain raises this weekend at Garryduff, Cork with the Under-18 and 16 boys inteprovincial tournament taking centre stage from Friday, September 14 to Sunday, September 16.
The Leinster Under-18 and 16 girls squads have been named for the upcoming inteprovincials which take place in Grange Road from September 21 to 23, 2018.
The Leinster Under-18 and 16 boys sides have been named for their upcoming interprovincial tournaments which will take place in Munster from September 15 to 17.
Ulster’s Under-18s and Leinster’s Under-16s took the provincial laurels at Stormont as they both won their Sunday games, getting the result they needed to see off their rivals.
Leinster Under-18 girls head coach Sarah Scott is hoping she can continue to work the oracle with the schoolgirls selection as she bids to lead the blues to another interprovincial crown under her tenure.
O’Grady whips in crucial late goal as Leinster edge out Ulster U-18s; northern province wins Under-16 titleSeptember 24, 2017 | 1,104 views |
Ben O’Grady’s drag-flick four minutes from full-time earned Leinster’s Under-18s a dramatic schoolboys interprovincial title at Grange Road, whipping home for a crucial fourth goal in a 4-1 win over Munster.
Following last year’s deep November frost, the schoolboy interpros move to the much earlier September spot this weekend at Grange Road, starting on Friday afternoon.
Ulster’s junior sides claimed an interpro double in dramatic fashion with their men coming back from 3-0 down against Leinster to nick a vital draw while the women prevailed on goal difference.
The destination of the schoolboys inteprovincial titles remains up in the air – albeit largely in Ulster’s hands – as the competition was unable to be completed due to widespread frost across the northern province this weekend.
Leinster Under-18 coach Michael Styles can draw on the services of seven of the St Andrew’s team that helped their school win the All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships before the mid-term break; boys interpro preview
Head coach Sarah Scott and her team made it an incredible fifth underage girls interprovincial title as the Under-18 blues won out at Garryduff this weekend; Ulster Under-16s, meanwhile, claimed the younger age group
Leinster’ Under-18 and Under-16 girls will look to end Ulster’s reign as interprovincial champions in Garryduff, Cork this weekend and coach Sarah Scott says her U-18 side are in good shape for the competition.
The Irish Under-18s may have won the tournament but Leinster, as the top placed province, retained the silverware from the Under-21 interpros as the best placed of the three competing regions.