School Girls Premier
Alexandra College confirmed their place in the final four of the Leinster schoolgirl’s Premier League as they recorded their fifth successive victory last Saturday morning at Loreto, Foxrock, running up a 6-0 success.
Mount Anville and St Andrew’s confirmed their places in the Senior Schoolgirl’s Premier League just before the Christmas break as they took vital victories against Loreto, Beaufort and St Gerards. Aisling Naughton’s superb scoring form continued as she made it seven in three games, grabbing the sole goal for Mount Anville in their win over […]
Back-to-back hat-tricks from Aisling Naughton have pushed Mount Anville to the verge of qualification to the semi-finals of the Schoolgirl’s Premier League as they got the better of King’s Hospital and Loreto Abbey, Dalkey.
Rathdown took their first three points since returning to the Senior Schoolgirl’s Premier League with 4-2 win over Bray’s St Gerard’s while there were also recent wins for Mount Anville, High School and Alex
Alexandra College and Wesley have emerged as the early contenders for the play-off stages in Section A of the Leinster schoolgirl’s Premier League with High School in the mix to upset the apple-cart.
Erika Hinkson netted a goal in each half to get reigning senior cup champions Alexandra College off to the perfect start to their Premier League campaign against near neighbours Muckross on Wednesday afternoon
The sixth annual ESB Electric Ireland Irish Hockey Awards night saw Lisnagarvey take home the main prize as they were named Club of the Year in front of a who’s who of the sport in the Burlington Hotel
Plenty of league finals this week with the North Dublin schoolgirl’s leagues coming to a conclusion with Mount Temple to the fore while St Killians reached their first ever ‘A’ league final at U-13 level
Judging by day one’s antics, the ESB Electric Kate Russell All-Ireland Schoolgirl’s Championships was always going to go down to the wire in Limerick.
An Aoife Murphy goal two minutes from time capped an amazing day’s hockey in Limerick at the Kate Russell All-Ireland schools as Loreto Kilkenny inflicted Alexandra College’s first defeat of the season in stunning fashion.
The nominations are in and now it is your chance to have a say in who wins the first Hook Awards as the public vote for Umpire, Coach and Senior men’s and women’s player of the year went live this morning.
Alexandra College begin their bid to claim the Senior schoolgirl treble this morning and win their first Kate Russell All-Ireland championship in Limerick.
Holy Child Killiney beat High School on penalty strokes in a thrilling encounter to win the Leinster Minor Cup yesterday morning in glorious sunshine in St Columbas College, winning the title for the very first time
Alexandra College picked up another pair of major schoolgirl’s titles earlier this week as they annexed the Senior Premier League title in stunning fashion on Tuesday, adding to Monday’s Junior Cup win.
A hectic week saw eight schoolgirl’s finals decided at Grange Road, coming to a climax on Friday afternoon with a high quality Senior Plate showdown between Muckross Park and Loreto Abbey Dalkey.
Hannah McDermott showed sublime nerve in the heat of battle to win the Leinster schoolgirl’s senior cup title back in dramatic, silver-goal fashion for Alexandra College for the first time since 2007, their sixth title in all.
St Andrew’s remain on course to win the schoolgirl’s senior cup title but will again face Alexandra College in the decider following wins over Wesley and Mount Anville, respectively.
The top four from the Leinster schoolgirl’s senior premier league showed their class to advance last Saturday to the semi-finals of the Senior Cup but the tightness of their battles showed the competitiveness at the top level.
Alexandra College and St Andrew’s will contest the Senior Schoolgirl’s Premier league final following their semi-finals last Saturday as Wesley pushed Alex all the way while Andrew’s got the better of Mount Anville
High School moved into a promising position to claim the fourth Leinster schoolgirl’s Premier League semi-final place as the results of last week’s fixtures worked out in their favour.