St Andrew’s became just the second school to win the All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships three times in-a-row – and the first since Newry in 1984 – when they beat Wallace HS 3-1 in Garryduff.
St Andrew’s will meet Wallace in the final of the All-Ireland Schoolboys Tournament in Garryduff at 2.30pm following their respective 2-1 wins over Ashton and Banbridge Academy.
St Andrew’s, Wallace HS, Banbridge and Ashton will contest the All-Ireland Schoolboy Championships semi-finals after they battled their way through their respective groups with Mount Temple, Wesley and Sutton Park just missing out.
Bandon produced the comeback of the day when they came from 2-0 down to beat Portadown 4-2 in west Cork on day one of the All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships.
The All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships get underway in Cork on Wednesday with St Andrew’s the team to beat after two hugely impressive years of success both in Leinster and the national stage.
Wesley College face a really tough group in the All-Ireland Schoolboys draw as they were paired with four-time champions Banbridge Academy, five time winners RBAI as well as Midleton College.
St Columba’s and Mount Temple have completed the Leinster line-up for the All-Ireland Schoolboys championships as they both qualified from Wednesday’s playoffs.
St Columba’s and Mount Temple will host the qualifiers for the All-Ireland Schoolboy competition on September 24 with the winner of the two respective groups joining the pre-qualified St Andrews, Wesley and Sutton Park at the main event.
St Andrew’s made it three John Waring titles in four years in its U-14 format as they swept to five wins from five in Lisnagarvey on Wednesday afternoon, finishing seven points clear of Cookstown HS.
St Andrew’s closed out a clean sweep of the schoolboys cup titles for a second successive year, inflicting a first defeat of the season on St Columba’s juniors who had been riding high off the back of their A league win three days prior to this final.
St Andrew’s netted a goal in each half to complete the Minor A league and cup double, getting the better of a gutsy and well organised High School at Grange Road on Wednesday.
St Andrew’s added the Leinster schoolboys Senior Cup title to the All-Ireland, Whiteside and Senior League crowns they had already won with a breathtaking 6-1 win over rivals Wesley College at Grange Road
Rowan Kennedy saved three penalty strokes to help St Andrew’s grind out the Leinster U-13 schoolboys cup title at Grange Road yesterday, taking the laurels from an incredibly even final.
Ben Campbell inspired St Andrew’s to a second half comeback against Wesley to claim their third piece of senior silverware this year at the expense of their fierce rivals; St Columba’s claimed the senior B league title
St Andrew’s claimed the first Leinster A schoolboys title of the season when their U-13s saw off High School 2-0 on Wednesday afternoon; quick match report along with all the other key scores from this week in the Leinster schoolboys competitions
The Leinster schoolboys season reaches fever pitch in the coming weeks as the second half of the spring term sees 13 titles coming to a conclusion with all the leagues now at the semi-final stages.
John Mullins’ triple helped Mount Temple end a 14-year wait for an A level win over St Andrew’s to bolster their chances of a Junior schoolboys league semi-final berth
The Leinster U-16 boys are aiming to claim their fifth interprovincial title in seven years with a new look side that features just two players of the 2012 vintage
The All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships title will remain in Booterstown for another year after they produced the perfect performance to see off perennial rivals Wesley 6-1 in the final
Leinster’s top two boys’ schools will contest the All-Ireland final for the fourth time following contrasting wins this morning, Wesley overcoming Banbridge 8-2 while Andrew’s beat Wallace 2-1