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Inspiresport U13 small schools cup

First Round 

Fivemiletown  v St Patricks (Dungiven)

Quarter Finals 

Devenish  v Rathfriland 
St Patricks (Lisburn) v Newry High School
Aughnaloy college         v Fivemiletown or St Patricks (Dungiven)
St Colmcille's (Crossgar)  v St Colman's (Ballynahinch)
     

Inspiresport U15 small secondary schools cup

Quarter finals

Devenish College v St Colmcille's (Crossgar)
Colaiste Feirste  v Fivemiletown 
St Colms (Draperstown) v Rathfriland 
St Colmans (Ballynahinch) v Newry High School 

Semi Finals

St Colman's (Ballynahinch or Newry High School v Colaiste Feirste or Fivemiletown
St Colm's (Draperstown) or Rathfriland v Devenish College or St Colmcillee's (Crossgar)

Schools football gets banking boost

The Northern Ireland Schools’ Football Association (NISFA) has been boosted by the forming of a new partnership with Danske Bank.  

Danske Bank has come in as the sponsor of this year’s Northern Ireland under 18 schoolboys’ team and will also sponsor the Danske Bank Belfast district senior cup final on St. Patrick’s Day.  
 
The Chairman of NISFA, Paul Kerr was thrilled with the addition of a new partner, “It is great that Danske Bank have come on board with us, as a volunteer organisation we try our best to give young people in Northern Ireland the best opportunity to play schools football. We feel that partners like Danske Bank can only help maximise schools and schoolboy international football. We would especially like to thank Stephen Bloomfield and Nicola McCleery of Danske Bank for their help in the process.” 
 
Noel McKnight, Chairman of the Belfast and District Secondary Schools FA also welcomed the new partnership, “The Belfast & District Secondary Schools FA is delighted that Danske Bank has invested in schools football and will be the named partner of this year’s Danske Bank Belfast district schools cup final on St. Patrick’s Day. The Belfast district would also like to thank NISFA for their endeavour in sourcing lucrative sponsors such as Danske Bank.”  
 
Stephen Bloomfield, Deputy Managing Director of Personal Banking at Danske Bank said, “Supporting and investing in youth sport is immensely important to Danske Bank. We are very proud of our existing youth partnerships with Danske Bank Schools’ Cup rugby and Danske Bank Ulster Colleges' GAA and are delighted to add our partnership with Northern Ireland Schools' Football Association to this. We wish this year’s Northern Ireland under 18 schoolboys’ team and all the teams in the Danske Bank Belfast district senior cup the best of luck.”

Thrilling Action in Senior Cup

Belfast Boys Model, the holders of the inspiresport Senior Cup, showed that they have no intention of relinquishing their grasp on the trophy but they had to battle all the way to overcome Ashfield 4-3 in a thrilling third round encounter.

St Columb's College has been the most successful school in the Senior Cup, lifting the coveted trophy three times in the past five years.  A trip to Lisburn to take on Fort Hill looked to be a daunting task but St Columb's came away with a hard fought 2-nil success.

Biggest winners in the third round were St Joseph's who put seven goals past Grosvenor without reply.  They were runners up 3 years ago and look to be a force to be reckoned with once again.

 

Results in the third round were

inspiresport U16 Senior Cup

 

 

THIRD ROUND

 

RESULTS

Model

4

v

3

Ashfield

Lagan College

5

v

1

St Colm's (Draperstown)

De La Salle (Downpatrick)

3

v

2

Bangor Academy

St. Malachy’s College

0

v

2

Lisneal

St. Joseph's (Londonderry)

7

v

0

Grosvenor

Fort Hill

0

v

2

St. Columb’s College

The remaining ties to be completed this week are

inspiresport U16 Senior Cup

 

 

THIRD ROUND

 

ON or BEFORE Friday 4 December 2015

Cambridge House

 

v

 

RBAI

Craigavon Senior HS

 

v

 

St. Pius X (Magherafelt)

St. Patrick's & St. Brigid's (Claudy)

 

v

 

Foyle College

St. Patrick's GS (Downpatrick)

 

v

 

St. Brigid's (Londonderry)

St. Louis (Ballymena)

 

v

 

Portadown College

St. Joseph's (Belfast)

 

v

 

St. Mary’s CBGS

St. Patrick's (Belfast)

 

v

 

O.L. & St. Patrick's

Abbey Community College

 

v

 

Edmund Rice College

Carrickfergus College

 

v

 

Holy Cross (Strabane)

Ballyclare Sec School

 

v

 

Laurelhill

 

 

 

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