Greene hails “unbelievable” Newtown story as Waterford school go from Munster B to All-Ireland champsOctober 26, 2018 | 2,350 views |
“It’s just unbelieveable.” Over the course of a 90-second interview in the moments after Newtown coach Stuart Greene – tears drying on his cheeks – repeats the phrase seven times.
Newtown School reached the semi-final of the All-Ireland Schoolboy Championships for the first time as they beat Friends School Lisburn 2-0 in Belfast.
The five-pronged Leinster challenge for the Tasmanian Shield are in their final countdown as they look forward to next week’s All-Ireland Schoolboys competition in Belfast.
Five teams booked their tickets to the All-Ireland Schoolboy Championships on Wednesday afternoon as two Leinster outfits and three Munster schools won out.
High School claimed the Leinster schoolboys Junior Cup in drenched conditions at Grange Road with a 2-1 win over St Andrew’s to continue their rise as one of the top hockey academies.
High School retained the Leinster boys Junior A league title with a 4-1 win over St Andrew’s in the final held at Wesley College on Wednesday afternoon.
Nick Judge produced two immaculate shoot-out saves to ensure St Andrew’s remain the kings of the All-Ireland Schoolboys hockey scene, winning the Tasmanian Shield at Garryduff for the fifth time in sixth years.
High School reached the All-Ireland Schoolboys semi-final for the first time, becoming just the fifth different Leinster side to reach the knock-out phase of the competition.
High School, Wesley, Banbridge, St Andrew’s and Friends all made it two wins from two at the All-Ireland Schools in Cork this morning
The All-Ireland Schoolboy Championships qualifiers will raise the curtain on their new season on Friday, September 29 with six sides seeking to qualify for the main event
Mossley’s Performance Academy will play a high-quality series against Waterloo Ducks and Royal Orée in Brussels from August 25-28 with a view to setting up a development link in Belgium on an ongoing basis.
Ben Bradley’s brilliant diving save saw St Andrew’s eventually prevail to complete an amazing schoolboy treble as they beat Wesley 6-5 in a shoot-out after an arm-wrestle in normal time ended 2-2.
The Hook is delighted to host a live stream of the Leinster Schoolboys Senior Cup final between Wesley College and St Andrew’s College at Grange Road from 1.30pm on Wednesday, March 22.
Andrew Canning scored the vital goal for the second time in a fortnight as High School’s boys added the Leinster Junior Cup title to the league crown courtesy of a 1-0 win over Wesley College.
Andrew Canning’s supremely cool finish saw High School finally end their wait for a Junior A boys league title; St Andrew’s land the Senior and U-13A titles while Wesley prevail at minor level in festival of finals
Ben Walker provided the flash of inspiration with less than 90 seconds remaining to land St Andrew’s their sixth Subway All-Ireland Schoolboys Championship title, dethroning Banbridge Academy in dramatic style.
Ben Walker’s spectacular double saw St Andrew’s come back from a goal down to beat Wallace HS and take up a place in the Subway All-Ireland Schoolboys Championship final against Banbridge Academy.
High School gave reigning champions Banbridge Academy a huge scare but the big names ultimately all prevailed at the Subway All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships to give the semi-final line-up a familiar look.
Sixteen of Ireland’s leading schools will lock horns this week as the 2016 edition of the Subway All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships come to Dublin for the 35th edition of the competition which gets underway on Wednesday, October 26.
Mount Temple and Newpark qualified for the All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships from the Leinster qualifying rounds, both winning on their respective home turf.