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It is 42 years since Eugene Macken captained St Colman's College, Claremorris, to Hogan Cup glory against Carmelite College, Moate - and the south Mayo school is still the only school from the county to claim the top prize in school's football since it started in 1946.
There was heartbreak for Rice College of Westport in their first ever Hogan Cup final appearance at Croke Park on Saturday afternoon.
Brewster Park in Enniskillen is where all eyes in Castlebar will be focused tomorrow, when both St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, and Davitt College, Castlebar, go looking for a place in All Ireland finals. Gerald’s will face the MacRory Cup champions St Pat’s Maghera in their quest for a place in the Hogan Cup final at 3pm, with Davitt College taking on Holy Trinity, Cookstown, in the Vocational Schools semi-final. Both sides are in for very tough encounters with their Ulster opponents.
There is no more imposing name in college football than that of St Jarlath’s College, Tuam. The most famous nursery of schools’ football in the country has 48 Connacht Colleges title to its name, dating back to 1932, from its first right up to the last two championships. In the process of collecting those 48 titles Jarlath’s has also put 12 Hogan Cups on the sideboard, establishing it as the best of the best in schools’ football.
St Jarlath’s College, Tuam, crashed out of the race for the school’s first Hogan Cup title since 2002 when they were defeated by St Mary’s Edenderry by 1-12 to 1-06 on Saturday at Pearse Park.
St Jarlath’s College take on Edenderry (Offaly) in Pearse Park in Longford this Saturday at 2pm in the All-Ireland Senior A Schools’ Championship semi-final.
St Jarlath’s College, Tuam, take on Summerhill in the 2012 senior A Connacht football final this Saturday at Ballyhaunis (3pm).