Santa Sabina became the first school to reach the last eight of the Leinster Schoolgirls Senior Cup as goals from Erika Murray and Arlene Haas fired them through ahead of north Dublin rivals Mount Temple.
Muckross and Mount Anville set up a Leinster Schoolgirls Senior Premier League final showdown as they edged out Wesley and St Andrew’s, respectively, at Grange Road.
Knock-out season is upon the Leinster schoolgirl season at senior level with the Premier League semi-finals on Friday afternoon while the Senior Cup is bubbling along.
Alexandra College landed the first major title of the Leinster schoolgirls season as they took the Junior Cup title, beating Muckross Park in a shoot-out in the final at Grange Road.
Alexandra College will showdown with Muckross Park on Thursday at 2pm in the Leinster Junior Cup final following ther respective wins over Newbridge College and St Gerard’s, respectively.
Ballyclare High scored a dramatic 4-2 penalty shoot-out win over Rainey Endowed in the schoolgirls’ Super League final after a 1-1 draw at Stormont;Kilkeel will meet Mossley in the final on St Stephens Day Kirk Cup final
Belfast Harlequins made it two wins out of three in the Ulster Premier League with what, on the face of it, appeared to be an emphatic 4-0 win over Newry at Deramore on Saturday.
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
Wesley and St Andrew’s got off to winning starts at the All-Ireland Schools; check out the results from day one of the competition
Cork beckons for the five-pronged Leinster challenge on the All-Ireland schoolboys championships that gets underway on Wednesday with three Dublin outfits harbouring strong hopes of glory.
King’s Hospital and Kilkenny College both broke their long wait to qualify for the All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships on Friday as they won through from their respective Leinster groups.
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
King’s Hospital’s minors capped an incredible season by winning the Leinster premier league, the school’s first Leinster trophy in 25 years.
Banbridge Academy landed the SUBWAY® All-Ireland Kate Russell Schoolgirls Championships at the first attempt this afternoon having only won their maiden Ulster title earlier in the spring.
Kilkenny College and Banbridge Academy made the big statements on day one of the SUBWAY® All-Ireland Schoolgirls Championships, both recording back-to-back wins and clean sheets at Havelock Park to lead the way.
Over 20 Leinster schoolgirls finals have played out over the last few weeks, the culmination of a hectic season; Newbridge, King’s Hospital, St Andrew’s and Mount Anville among the many winners
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.
Ninety-nine years since they won the very first schoolgirls Leinster Senior Cup crown, Muckross Park landed their seventh title – and first for 20 years – with a thoroughly composed 2-1 win over St Gerard’s.