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Schools Cup 2009

Post by fuzzylogic » Sat Jan 24, 2009 4:37 pm

Pretty dismal day today for most schools involved! Congrats to Larne beating Portadown away tho :D we played the ports at home in round 3 of the cup in my upper 6th year and beat them 19-17 with a last min try and conversion! Seems the boys had it a little easier today!

Third round games

Wellington College P Bangor Grammar
Grosvenor Grammar 15-15 Ballyclare High
Omagh Academy P Banbridge Academy
Portadown College 5-24 Larne Grammar
Cambridge House P Limavady Grammar
RS Dungannon P Portora Royal
RS Armagh P Sullivan Upper
Foyle & Londerry 20-7 Dalriada

Fourth round games

Campbell College v Ballymena Academy

Coleraine Inst v Methodist College

RS Dungannon/Portora RS v Larne GS

Grosvenor GS/Ballyclare HS v Wellington College/Bangor GS

Foyle and L'derry College v Regent House

Cambridge House/Limavady GS v BRA

RS Armagh/Sullivan Upper v Wallace HS

RBAI v Omagh Academy/Banbridge Academy
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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by Gemma » Sat Jan 24, 2009 6:59 pm

Ooh we've got Cambridge or Limavady. Bring it on!

I bet the Grosvenor/Ballyclare match was a good one.

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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by ColinS » Sat Jan 24, 2009 9:08 pm

So why is the result 15-15?
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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by fuzzylogic » Sat Jan 24, 2009 9:56 pm

Two duff teams having average seasons playing out a 15-15 draw . . . sounds like a cracker :sleeping:
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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by fuzzylogic » Sat Jan 24, 2009 10:30 pm

Larne didnt really beat a powerhouse of school rugby did they :scratch:
Would you care to point out in my first post where I claimed that we did?!
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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by Ithryn » Sun Jan 25, 2009 8:26 pm

we lost, tis a sad day, oh well another year of hoping.
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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by Muddy Bless » Tue Jan 27, 2009 4:00 pm

Ha, another year indeed. Tony McQuirter is giving a hand at training these days though so things might start looking up at some point...still third round isn't a disgrace...and points on the board is an improvement from my day... my memories of Foyle are all bad... 63-0 being my least favourite time in the 1st xv

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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by Ithryn » Tue Jan 27, 2009 5:47 pm

oo another dalriad?

We had a decent team this year and I had some hope we could have got further, especially as they had beat foyle away earlier in the year.
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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by Rob6 » Wed Jan 28, 2009 5:51 pm

Sullivan beat RS Armagh

18-10

Wasn't a great match, highlight had to be a intercept pass in the Armagh 22 resulting in a try for Armagh. Great run by the Armagh centre!!
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Re: Schools Cup 2009

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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by pwrmoore » Sun Feb 01, 2009 12:47 pm

Armagh got their revenge in the Medallion shield yesterday. I thought I might have seen you there colin!

RSA ran out deserving winners after riding out a strong Sullivan performance during the first half. Sullivan were first on the score sheet with a penalty and probably edged the first half. They spurned a penalty shot from under the posts which would have established a useful 6 point lead, opting instead for a quick tap which didn't come off. RSA got a breakaway try at the death of the half to turn around with a 7-3 lead. In the second half the heavy pitch seemed to have drained all the life out of the visitors and RSA dominated, running in 4 more tries to record a convincing 33-3 win.
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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by ColinS » Mon Feb 02, 2009 1:10 am

Ballyclare High beat Grosvenor in their replay. Not sure what the final score was however.
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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by pwrmoore » Mon Feb 02, 2009 8:53 am

YoungMan wrote:whoa interesting,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
YM - what else do you expect in a thread about tte schools cup? If you're not interested just don't read it.


Portora won their rescheduled 3rd round match 12-8 against Royal School Dungannon in Dungannon. They meet Larne in the 4th round at home in Enniskillen. :cheers:
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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by pwrmoore » Mon Feb 02, 2009 3:02 pm

YoungMan wrote: No Paul if it had a score it would have been interesting :(
Well why didn't you say so then...... :twisted:
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Re: Schools Cup 2009

Post by fuzzylogic » Mon Feb 02, 2009 7:22 pm

They meed Larne in the 4th round at home in Enniskillen. :cheers:
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