St Andrew’s closed out the schoolboy season last Thursday in Lisnagarvey by landing their tenth of a possible 11 A titles, including the two All-Ireland crowns on offer when their U-14 side claimed the John Waring Cup.
Another year, another cracking Leinster Senior Schoolboys Cup final between Wesley and St Andrew’s as extra time was required for a third successive year; Andrew’s minor success lead to school’s cup clean sweep
Having annexed three of the four schoolboy hockey A level league competitions, St Andrew’s set about marking their dominance on the cup side of things, claiming the Junior title in controlled fashion at Grange Road.
High School’s boys carried on the momentum of their girls’ side as they became the first side to reach the semi-final stage of the Leinster Senior Trophy last week when they got the best of a nine-goal thriller against Mount Temple.
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