Alexandra College produce a brilliant early double-act to grab the Leinster schoolgirls Junior Cup title for the third time in four years with a 2-0 win over Loreto Foxrock in Grange Road in drenched conditions
The Rathgar school came from 2-1 down to surprise Alexandra College 3-2 in the final round of Senior Schoolgirl Premier League matches; Alex progressed with Rathdown to the semi-finals while High School go into the Claudia Tierney Cup
The first schoolgirl’s final of the year will be played between Alexandra College and Loreto Foxrock following their respective semi-final wins; Andrew’s and Rathdown confirm Premier progression with the latter extending Graham Shaw’s contract to 2018
Seven teams still harbour hopes of reaching the final four of the Leinster Senior Schoolgirl’s Premier league though Wesley and Alexandra College look to be virtually there after unbeaten runs thus far
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
Mount Anville, Rathdown, Loreto Beaufort and Loreto Foxrock are through to the last eight of the Leinster schoolgirls’ Junior Cup while the Senior Premier League is close to producing semi-finalists
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
Wesley, St Andrew’s, Banbridge and Wallace all made it through to the final four of the All-Ireland Schoolboy Championships in Dublin today with three wins from three games
St Columba’s salvaged a late draw against Ashton in what looks the most well matched All-Ireland schoolboys championships group; Wesley, St Andrew’s and Mount Temple all won on a decent day for Leinster sides
The charge for the Tasmanian Shield begins in earnest on Wednesday morning with 16 schools from around the island battle it out to be All-Ireland Schoolboy champions for 2013
Two sides remain with 100pc records in Section B of the senior schoolgirl’s Premier League with Alexandra College and Rathdown making the running in the early stages of the competition
Reigning All-Ireland schoolboys champions St Andrew’s have been drawn to face Ulster sides Friends and Campbell College in the group stages of the 2013 edition of the 16-team event.
St Columba’s and Newpark complete Leinster’s line-up for the 2013 All-Ireland Schoolboy’s championships as both grabbed dramatic late winners to aid their qualification cause.
Sarah Patton’s hat trick saw Loreto, Dalkey start their Leinster Schoolgirl’s Premier League with a great comeback win but St Kilian’s, playing in the top tier for the very first time, certainly provided plenty to a thrilling 5-3 tie; schoolgirl’s round-up
Newpark have made an early show of strength in the Leinster schoolboy’s senior league as they picked off an eye-catching draw against Wesley before seeing off St Kilian’s; plus full schoolboy cup draws for 2013/14
Seventy-nine league teams from 17 secondary schools have been entered across the Leinster schoolboy’s leagues for the 2013/14 season from U-13 up to senior league level.
St Andrew’s closed out the schoolboy season last Thursday in Lisnagarvey by landing their tenth of a possible 11 A titles, including the two All-Ireland crowns on offer when their U-14 side claimed the John Waring Cup.
High School closed out a hugely impressive year on the schoolboy front just before the Easter break when they won the Leinster Senior Trophy title with a tight 1-0 win over Kilkenny College.
Lurgan claimed the Kate Russell All-Ireland schoolgirls championship in Kilkenny College, seeing off the hosts 2-0 in the final game of the competition to complete a second win in three years.