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Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby jamsodonnell » Sun Aug 19, 2012 3:37 pm

The Ulster Schools play their opening fixture of their new season against Lancashire Schools on Monday 20th August at Campbell College Belfast. The kick off is 2.30pm. Their second fixture is against Languedoc U18's on Friday 24th August at QUB , with a 2.00pm kick off.
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby RuPi » Sun Aug 19, 2012 10:52 pm

The team from intouch website:


Ulster Schools v Lancashire for The Atkins Trophy

on Monday 20th August 2012 at Campbell College

Kick off 2.30pm

Ulster Schools Team

15. Jack Owens (Campbell College)
14. Josh Fullerton (Campbell College)
13. John McClure (RBAI)
12. Rory Bell (RBAI)
11. Rory Campbell (RBAI)
10. Conor Shiels (Coleraine AI)
9. Aaron Kennedy (Banbridge Academy)
1. Michael Lagan (Methodist College)
2. Andrew Shaw (Bangor GS)
3. Aaron Gilkinson (Wallace HS)
4. Alexander Thompson (Banbridge Academy)
5. Thomas Donnan (Down HS)
6. Daniel Dass (BRA)
7. Andrew McGrath (RBAI)
8. Daryl Morton (Captain, RS Armagh)

Replacements:

16. Scott Finlay (Sullivan Upper)
17. Chris Griffiths (Sullivan Upper)
18. Adam Kirk (Ballymena Academy)
19. Lewis Benson (Belfast HS)
20. Calvin Kernohan (Ballymena Academy)
21. James Gallagher (Methodist College)
22. Jack Milligan (RS Dungannon)
23. Jordan Garford (Belfast HS)
24. Connor McKee (Methodist College)

Coaches: Richard Hedley and John Andrews
Strength and conditioning coach: Chris Shields
Physiotherapist: Andrew McMullan
Team doctor: Dr Gavin McLean
Manager: Richard Clingan

Referee: David Wilkinson
Touch Judges: Brian Lyle & Chris Russell

Interesting to see Fullerton on the wing after he was Ireland schools replacement scrum half last year.
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby jamsodonnell » Mon Aug 20, 2012 6:35 pm

Ulster Schools opened up their competitive season with a resounding victory over Lancashire Schools by 35-5. The half time score was 30-5 to Ulster with tries from Rory Campbell (2) RBAI,Rory Bell (1) RBAI and a penalty try. Aaron Kennedy kicked 2pens and 2 cons. The Lancashire right wing scored his sides only points just before the half time whistle. Ulster took the opportunity to use their subs bench and along with a lengthy stoppage for an injury to a Lancashire player, the game lost a little bit of impetus. The only score of the second half was a try by Campbell College full back, Jack Owens. Final score 35-5.
Ulster will expect a sterner test this Friday when they play a Languedoc Under 18 XV.
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby RuPi » Mon Sep 03, 2012 7:35 pm

Any word on the Ulster schools team to play Leinster on Wednesday? I find it strange that it is being played at 2.30.
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby Rooster » Mon Sep 03, 2012 10:36 pm

RuPi wrote:Any word on the Ulster schools team to play Leinster on Wednesday? I find it strange that it is being played at 2.30.

There is the Leinster side and yes it's 2:30 at Donkeybrook
LEINSTER SCHOOLS (UNDER-18):

15: Billy Dardis (Terenure College)
14: Cormac Brennan (Cistercian College Roscrea)
13: Fergal Cleary (Clongowes Wood College SJ)
12: Harrison Brewer (Terenure College)
11: James McCormack (Castleknock College)
10: Ross Byrne (St. Michael’s College)
9: Nick McCarthy (St. Michael’s College) CAPTAIN

1: Oisin Heffernan (Cistercian College Roscrea)
2: Graham Reynolds (The Kings Hospital)
3: Oliver Jager (Blackrock College)
4: David O’Connor (Blackrock College)
5: Rory Moloney (Cistercian College Roscrea) LEADER
6: Josh Murphy (St. Michael’s College)
7: Patrick Thornton (Terenure College)
8: Nick Timoney (Blackrock College)

REPLACEMENTS:

16: Andrew Roche (Terenure College)
17: Eric O’Sullivan (Templeogue College)
18: Hugh O’Donnell (Newbridge College)
19: James Ryan (St. Michael’s College)
20: Alex Penny (St. Michael’s College)
21: Tim Schmidt (Terenure College)
22: Michael Courtney (CBC Monkstown)
23: Andy Marks (Gonzaga College SJ)
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby ruckover » Mon Sep 03, 2012 11:12 pm

Anybody want to explain the difference between a captain and a leader? :scratch:
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby shamalicious » Mon Sep 03, 2012 11:24 pm

I wonder is the "leader" forwards captain or something?
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby RuPi » Tue Sep 04, 2012 7:37 am

That is a strong Leinster team, Dardis, Brewer and Byrne where all standout performers in the senior cup last year. Could always rely on intouch ahead of the branch for information:

Ulster Schools Team

15. Jack Owens (Campbell College)
14. Rudolph Benade (Methodist College)
13. John McClure (RBAI)
12. Rory Bell (RBAI)
11. Rory Campbell (RBAI)
10. Conor Shiels (Coleraine AI)
9. Josh Fullerton (Campbell College)
1. Michael Lagan (Methodist College)
2. Max Montgomery (Bangor GS)
3. Aaron Gilkinson (Wallace HS)
4. Lewis Benson (Belfast HS)
5. Thomas Donnan (Down HS)
6. Daniel Dass (BRA)
7. Andrew McGrath (RBAI)
8. Daryl Morton (Captain, RS Armagh)

Replacements:
16. Andrew Shaw (Bangor GS)
17. Rory Squires (Limavady GS)
18. Conor McIlmurray (Campbell College)
19. Alexander Thompson (Methodist College)
20. Calvin Kernohan (Ballymena Academy)
21. Peter Kidd (Coleraine AI)
22. Jack Milligan (RS Dungannon)
23. Connor McKee (Methodist College)

Traveling Reserve:
James Gallagher (Methodist College)
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby Kofi Annan » Tue Sep 04, 2012 7:52 am

shamalicious wrote:I wonder is the "leader" forwards captain or something?



Pack leader , anyone :roll:
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby Cormac » Wed Sep 05, 2012 4:53 pm

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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby sus5 » Wed Sep 05, 2012 7:29 pm

Wow .....Leinster Schools 68 - Ulster Schools 5 !!!!! After getting the Wooden Spoon last year what is happening !!!!!!!!
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby Kofi Annan » Wed Sep 05, 2012 11:17 pm

sus5 wrote:Wow .....Leinster Schools 68 - Ulster Schools 5 !!!!! After getting the Wooden Spoon last year what is happening !!!!!!!!



A lot of work to be done, the legacy of a poor academy/schools structure coming home to roost ,
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby Mac » Thu Sep 06, 2012 8:13 am

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LEINSTER U-18 SCHOOLS 68 ULSTER U-18 SCHOOLS 5

This was nothing short of a mesmerising performance by the Leinster outfit, led by the dazzling feet of full-back Billy Dardis, as they swept to a 10-try victory over a decidedly poor Ulster in Donnybrook yesterday.

Centre Fergal Cleary, No 8 Nick Timoney and Dardis shared the spoils with two tries each in what was a supreme collective effort, highlighted by a Leinster-like style of play based on quick transfer of the ball and the exploitation of space.

Ulster looked like making a game of it when left-wing Rory Campbell went over in the left corner in the ninth minute to cancel out Cleary's opener.

But they were soon made to pay when Cleary completed his double, which was quickly followed by a pair from the lightning quick Dardis.

The Leinster tries flowed for Timoney (two), flanker Josh Murphy, lock Rory Moloney, wing James McCormack and replacement scrum-half Tim Schmidt, son of Leinster senior coach Joe.

Leinster -- B Dardis (Terenure); C Brennan (Cistercian Roscrea), F Cleary (Clongowes Wood), H Brewer (Terenure), J McCormack (Castleknock); R Byrne (St Michael's), N McCarthy (St Michael's, Capt); O Heffernan (Cistercian Roscrea), G Reynolds (Kings Hospital), O Jager (Blackrock), D O'Connor (Blackrock), R Moloney (Cistercian Roscrea), J Murphy (St Michael's), P Thornton (Terenure), N Timoney (Blackrock). Reps: M Courtney (CBC Monkstown) for Cleary (33), A Roche (Terenure) for Reynolds (h-t), J Ryan (St Michael's) for O'Connor (42), T Schmidt (Terenure) for McCarthy (46), A Penney (St Michael's) for Moloney (55), A Marks (Gonzaga) for McCormack (61), H O'Donnell (Newbridge) for Jager (62), E O'Sullivan (Templeogue) for Heffernan (62).

Ulster -- J Owens (Campbell); R Benade (Methodist), J McClure, R Bell; R Campbell (all RBAI); C Shiels (Coleraine AI), J Fullerton (Campbell); M Lagan (Methodist), M Montgomery (Bangor), A Gilkinson (Wallace), L Benson (Belfast HS), T Donnan (Down HS), D Dass (BRA), A McGrath (RBAI), D Morton (Royal Armagh, Capt). Reps: C McKee (Methodist) for Benade (19), C Kernohan (Ballymena) for McGrath (h-t), A Shaw (Bangor) for Montgomery (41), A Thompson (Methodist) for Dass (41), C McIlmurray (Campbell) for Gilkinson (47), J Gallagher (Methodist) for Benson (52).

Ref -- D McCormack (IRFU).

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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby sus5 » Thu Sep 06, 2012 6:49 pm

How come Leinster select their team from the top 4 teams on form yet we seem to select geographically....lot of boys from schools not exposed to high level rugby ......and a lot from teams that havent done much.....whilst there will always be good players at lesser rugby schools we seem to have over compensated
ONLY 5/6 FROM LAST YEARS SCHOOLS CUP SEMI FINALISTS
4/5 FROM INST WHO HAVENT REALLY BROKEN ANY DELF IN THE LAST FEW YEARS AT MEDALLION OR SENIOR SCHOOLS

????????????????????????????????????
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Re: Ulster Schools 2012-2013.

Postby Cormac » Fri Sep 07, 2012 10:10 am

sus5 wrote:How come Leinster select their team from the top 4 teams on form yet we seem to select geographically....lot of boys from schools not exposed to high level rugby ......and a lot from teams that havent done much.....whilst there will always be good players at lesser rugby schools we seem to have over compensated
ONLY 5/6 FROM LAST YEARS SCHOOLS CUP SEMI FINALISTS
4/5 FROM INST WHO HAVENT REALLY BROKEN ANY DELF IN THE LAST FEW YEARS AT MEDALLION OR SENIOR SCHOOLS

????????????????????????????????????


Both squads have players from 11 different schools.
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