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SCHOOLS’ UNDER 14 LEAGUE

Winners 2011: Strabane HS


Honorary Competition Secretary: D H McKillen
15 De Courcy Avenue,
Carrickfergus BT38 7LJ
(H) 9336 1089 (E) dmckillen@hotmail.com

NB: No dates have been set for Group Matches. Teams are to agree dates, but all Sections must be completed by the date specified in Rule 2.

SECTION A
Bangor GS v Down HS
Regent House beat Down HS
Regent House beat Bangor GS
Regent House win the Group

SECTION B
Campbell College v Grosvenor GS
RBAI beat Campbell College
RBAI beat Grosvenor GS
RBAI win the Group

SECTION C
Wallace HS beat Friends’ School
Methodist College beat Friends’ School
Wallace HS beat Methodist College
Wallace HS win the Group

SECTION D
Sullivan Upper beat Carrickfergus GS
Sullivan Upper beat Parkhall College
Carrickfergus GS v Parkhall College
Sullivan Upper win the Group

SECTION E
Limavady GS beat Dalriada School
Coleraine AI beat Limavady GS
Coleraine AI beat Dalriada School
Coleraine AI win the Group

SECTION F
Foyle College v Lisneal College
Strabane Academy beat Lisneal College
Foyle College beat Strabane Academy
Foyle College win the Group

SECTION G
Ballyclare HS v Ballymena Academy
BRA beat Ballyclare HS
BRA beat Ballymena Academy
BRA win the Group

SECTION H
RS Armagh beat RS Dungannon
Lurgan JHS beat Banbridge Academy
Banbridge Academy v RS Dungannon
Lurgan JHS beat RS Armagh
Lurgan JHS v RS Dungannon
Banbridge Academy v RS Armagh
Lurgan JHS win the Group


KNOCK-OUT STAGES

Quarter-Finals (by 19th May)
    Lurgan JHS beat Wallace HS
    Sullivan Upper beat Regent House
    Foyle College beat Coleraine AI
    RBAI beat BRA
    
Semi-Finals (by 26th May)
    Foyle College beat Lurgan JHS
    RBAI beat Sullivan Upper
Final - Friday 7th September
    RBAI 115-7 (A Knape 18, B Cochrane 17, B Mellor 17, J Connor 2-24, K McKeegan 2-24, C Hancock 2-32)
    Foyle College 96 (A Austin 39, D McCloskey 24, B Mellor 5-10, B McGavock 2-20) 
    RBAI beat Foyle College by 19 runs