Muckross Park and the High School completed the Leinster Schoolgirls Senior Cup quarter-final line-up with their respective wins over Loreto Dalkey and St Gerard’s while Newbridge are in the semis.
Newpark Comprehensive and Muckross Park face off today (2pm, Three Rock Rovers) in the Leinster Junior Cup, the first major schoolgirls final of the 2018/19 season.
Newpark Comprehensive made the breakthrough at Junior A Cup level as they produced a superb second half performance to beat St Andrew’s, Booterstown 2-0 on Wednesday afternoon.
Newbridge College continued their perfect start in the Leinster Schoolgirls Premier League Section A as they came out on top in a very close encounter in Kildare 2-1 against Hold Child Killiney.
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“It’s just unbelieveable.” Over the course of a 90-second interview in the moments after Newtown coach Stuart Greene – tears drying on his cheeks – repeats the phrase seven times.
Lucy Cronelly’s pair of early goals saw Loreto St Stephen’s Green become one of the first sides to advance to the second round of the Junior Cup as they edged out Mount Temple 2-1.
The five-pronged Leinster challenge for the Tasmanian Shield are in their final countdown as they look forward to next week’s All-Ireland Schoolboys competition in Belfast.
Loreto Foxrock started the new schoolgirls Premier League season in ominous form as they ran up an impressive 5-0 win over St Gerard’s on the opening day of the campaign.
Wesley College’s seniors ended their schoolboys season on a high as they landed the league title with a 5-0 win over High School in the final at Newpark.
Newpark Comprehensive produced one of the shocks of the Leinster Schoolboys hockey season as they beat St Andrew’s College in the third/fourth place playoff of the senior league just before the Easter break.
The end of term is always a happy occasion in any school, but last Friday the students and staff of Kilkenny College set off for the Easter break with a spring in their step
A Yasmin Pratt-inspired Kilkenny College won the school and the South East region’s first Kate Russell All-Ireland Schoolgirls Championship since 1994.
Kilkenny College and Rainey Endowed lead the way after day one of the Kate Russell All-Ireland Schoolgirls Championships as they share the lead on four points after two games.
Nick Judge and Ben Walker combined for a second time this season to hand St Andrew’s a piece of silverware in a penalty stroke competition in a busy week for schoolboy cup finals
Kilkenny College will play host to a fresh-faced Kate Russell All-Ireland Championships line-up with two complete newcomers in the field and no winner from the past decade contesting the title.
High School claimed the Leinster schoolboys Junior Cup in drenched conditions at Grange Road with a 2-1 win over St Andrew’s to continue their rise as one of the top hockey academies.
Emma Cripps’ penalty stroke 10 minutes into the second half saw Mount Mercy land the Munster Senior Cup as they saw off Crescent Comprehensive 1-0 in a final replay at Fermoy on Monday evening.
Gerard Hodkinson’s extra time goal saw Limerick’s Villiers School retain the Munster Senior Cup title, edging out Waterford’s Newtown School in a cracker at Garryduff.
Christina Hamill’s artful 14th minute goal gave Loreto Foxrock just their second Leinster Senior Cup crown, ending a 41-year wait for the biggest prize in the schoolgirls game.
Rainey Endowed lifted the Belfast Telegraph Ulster Senior Schoolgirls’ Cup for the first time after a dramatic 3-1 penalty shootout win over holders Banbridge Academy which followed a 1-1 draw after extra time at Stormont