The Teresian School landed the LHA Schoolgirls Senior One title last week as they saw off Holy Child Killiney 2-1 at Grange Road before just missing out on a prized double.
Loreto Stephen’s Green, in their first Senior final for a number of years, claimed the Schoolgirls Senior Plate with a 2-1 win over Teresians at Grange Road on Friday.
Newtown School came out on top on Wednesday beating local rivals Ursuline School, Waterford in the final of the South East Senior Schoolgirls B cup final, winning out 1-0 in Newtown.
Rowan Kennedy saved three penalty strokes to help St Andrew’s grind out the Leinster U-13 schoolboys cup title at Grange Road yesterday, taking the laurels from an incredibly even final.
Wesley College secured a well deserved 3-1 win against St Andrews College today in glorious sunshine at Grange Road in the Girls Minor A League final as the LHA schools finals light up the local calendar.
Kilkenny College retained the South East Senior Schoolgirls Cup title with a 2-0 win over city rivals Loreto Kilkenny at the Granges Road; schoolgirl’s round-up
Specialist penalty shoot-out goalkeeper Phoebe Moore showed her value as she got a vital touch to deny Stephanie Burns, handing St Andrew’s their first Leinster schoolgirls Senior Cup title since 2010.
Ben Campbell inspired St Andrew’s to a second half comeback against Wesley to claim their third piece of senior silverware this year at the expense of their fierce rivals; St Columba’s claimed the senior B league title
St Andrew’s claimed the first Leinster A schoolboys title of the season when their U-13s saw off High School 2-0 on Wednesday afternoon; quick match report along with all the other key scores from this week in the Leinster schoolboys competitions
Rathdown and St Andrew’s will showdown in a repeat of the Senior Premier League final as they both made it through the semi-finals of the Senior Cup via sudden death penalties off the back of 1-1 draws against Loreto Beaufort and High School respectively.
The Leinster schoolboys season reaches fever pitch in the coming weeks as the second half of the spring term sees 13 titles coming to a conclusion with all the leagues now at the semi-final stages.
Rathdown, High School and St Andrew’s all confirmed their place in the semi-finals of this year’s Leinster Schoolgirl’s Senior Cup following a series of narrow quarter-finals in the past week, joining Loreto Beaufort in the final four.
In adverse weather conditions in Palmerstown, Loreto Beaufort became the first team to qualify for this year’s Leinster Schoolgirls Senior Cup semi finals with a hard fought win over Kings Hospital.
Rachel O’Brien provided a left wing tour de force to power St Andrew’s to their third Senior Schoolgirl’s Premier League title with a comprehensive 3-0 win over Rathdown at Grange Road.
The big names continue to fall in the Leinster Senior Cup as Loreto Beaufort saw off Mount Sackville on penalties earlier this week.
High School’s seniors advanced to the final of the Claudia Tierney Cup as they got the better of Loreto Dalkey last Thursday, running out 3-0 winners; schoolgirl’s round-up
In the marquee schoolgirls Senior Cup first round tie, Wesley just shaded Alexandra College on penalties; it put them through to the second round of the competition where they will play either Rathdown or St Columba’s – full second round draw included
Mount Sackville will play Rathdown while Alexandra College will meet St Andrew’s in the semi-finals of the Schoolgirl’s Premier League following a pair of playoff games this week
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