Sutton Park enjoyed their best ever opening day in the All-Ireland schoolboy’s championships as they got the better of Bandon GS in Campbell College 5-3; Wesley and St Andrew’s also win on day one
St Andrew’s will hope the form they have shown in the Whiteside Trophy to date will transfer onto the national stage as they look to once again be one of the major contenders for the All-Ireland Schoolboy’s championships.
Mount Temple and Sutton Park claimed the last two remaining Leinster qualifying berths for the All-Ireland Schoolboy’s championships on Wednesday afternoon, joining Wesley, St Andrew’s and St Columba’s
Seven teams will play off in a one-day shoot-out for the final two All-Ireland schoolboy’s championship places on Wednesday, September 26 as the Leinster schedule was released this week
Wesley bounced back from losing the Junior A Cup Final recently to Alexandra College on sudden death penalties to pick up the other major Junior girl’s schools title
The Schoolboy’s Senior Cup title swapped hands back to St Andrew’s as they got the better of Wesley on penalty strokes after a thrilling 3-3 draw in normal time; Sutton won a first ever Minor title while St Columba’s are Senior Trophy winners
Wesley’s ability to counter with speed and accuracy kept them ahead for the duration of a rather one-sided Leister Junior Schoolboys Cup final at Grange Road.
A dominant first-half performance laid the platform for St Andrew’s to claim the Leinster U-13 Schoolboys Cup at a sun-drenched Grange Road.
Luke Madeley’s winner four minutes from time continued Wesley’s incredible run in the Leinster schoolboy’s Senior A league, making it ten titles since 2000, as they edged out perennial rivals St Andrew’s 3-2.
The busy school’s hockey season saw St Andrew’s gain a modicum of revenge over Wesley in the Senior Schoolgirl’s Premier semi-final; Kilkenny will play St Columba’s in the boy’s Senior Trophy
St Andrew’s took the first two major schoolboy’s hockey titles of the year as their Junior and U-13 sides took their respective ‘A’ league titles this afternoon while Mount Temple and High School picked up ‘B’ silverware.
The dates have been announced for the Leinster schoolboy’s league finals with February 29 and March 7 named before the cup finals are played off on March 14 and 21 across a number of schools in the province
Banbridge Academy became just the third school to retain the All-Ireland Schoolboy’s crown in its 30 year history as Owen Magee grabbed a winner 14 minutes from time to deny Ulster rivals Cookstown in Garryduff.
Wesley and St Andrew’s returned to the semi-finals of the All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships as they got the wins they needed against Ashton and Friends, respectively.
Wesley and St Andrew’s face straight showdowns with Ashton and Friends, respectively, for a semi-final place in the All-Ireland Schoolboy’s Championships following the morning results in Cork.
Leinster sides enjoyed mixed fortunes on the opening day of the All-Ireland Schoolboy’s Championships on a day when the perennial challengers showed they are likely to contend once again.
St Columba’s scored their first ‘A’ level victory over Wesley’s juniors for many years on Tuesday afternoon as Pascal Dillenberger grabbed a bizarre, last-gasp winner to secure a famous 2-1 win.
The draw for the group stages of the All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships was made this week and sees St Columba’s draw what looks the toughest pool, facing Banbridge, Midleton and RBAI
Stefan Gallagher produced a pair of brilliant penalty saves to hand Newpark a dramatic place in the All-Ireland Schoolboy’s hockey championships for the second successive year, denying Kilkenny College.
The final two Leinster entrants to the All-Ireland Schoolboys championships will be confirmed this afternoon as six sides battle it out for the right to join Wesley, St Andrew’s and Sutton Park in the showpiece event.