Search Results for 'Connacht Schools Rugby Senior Cup'

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Heartbreak for Garbally

Ballinasloe’s Garbally College suffered a heartbreaking defeat to Sligo Grammar in this year’s Connacht Schools Senior Cup Rugby final replay in the Sportsground.

Calasanctius’ historic double

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Calasanctius College’s u-16 boys completed an historic double in basketball claiming both the All Ireland league and cup this season.

New sponsor for Connacht Schools Rugby

Connacht Schools Rugby has a new partner with Elvery Sports taking over as sponsor of the popular cup competition.

Marist defend Connacht crown to deny Garbally 

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St Joseph's College, Garbally, Ballinasloe 11

Bish win Western Region senior basketball crown

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St Joseph’s (Bish) 77

Jes celebrate twelfth Connacht Cup win

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This year's cup favourites Colaiste Iognaid celebrated their 12th Connacht Senior Schools crown to deny the holders Sligo Grammar at the Galway Sportsground yesterday.

Jes canter into Connacht Cup semi-finals

Colaiste Iognaid cantered into the semi-final of this year’s Connacht Schools’ Senior Rugby Cup with a comfortable 19 - 0 victory over Garbally at Newcastle, Galway, yesterday.

Calasanctius celebrates

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Calasanctius College, Oranmore, celebrated its second successive Connacht Junior Schools Cup victory in yesterday’s final at the Galway Sportsground.

Jes bid for three-in-a-row

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Galway’s Colaiste Iogniad are seeking a record third successive Connacht senior schools cup title when they come head to head with Sligo Grammar in Wednesday’s decider at the Galway Sportsground.

SPORTS SHORTS

•Galway-born golfer Alison Walshe, who recently decided to represent Ireland, has received a grant from the Team Ireland Golf Trust. Walshe, who was born in Galway but grew up in Massachesetts after her family emigrated when she was four, was one of four golfers who received of €20,000 from grants totaling €217,000 for 17 aspiring golfers. Walshe (24) recently declared she would represent Ireland in the Solheim Cup - women's golf version of the Ryder Cup.

 

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