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Sports Update

Sports Update


The JCT XV lost 17-10 away to Temple Carrig on Wednesday afternoon. Well done to out-half Jonny Cazzini who scored all 10 points with a try, conversion and penalty.

The U-15 A XV had a difficult start to the season with a 42-7 defeat away to CUS. Well done to Ryan Price who got the Wesley score and to Peter Montgomery for the added conversion. The U-15 B XV notched up an excellent 24-33 away win against the same opposition. Ciaran Lai and Harry Larkin both scored twice with Daniel Jones and Adam Quinlan adding further scores.

Well done to the SCT XV who retained the Graham Cup at Grosvenor Grammar School on Saturday morning, conceding no points throughout the entire tournament, The team topped their pool with a 19-0 win over Banbridge Academy and a 14-0 over Belfast Royal Academy before defeating Rainey Endowed School in the final 33-0.

Boys Hockey

Commiserations to the Senior 2nds and U-14 B’s who lost their opening league matches. The Seniors lost 3-1 to Kilkenny 1’s, while the U-14’s lost 4-2 to Kilkenny As. Louis McSweeney particularly impressed on the U-14’s

In friendlies this week, the Senior 1’s beat Sullivan and lost to High School while the U-14 As beat Sandford, with goals for Peter Montgomery and Jamie Byrne. On the Junior side, an A selection beat High school with Peter Walker grabbing a hat-trick and a B selection lost to St Killian’s.

Girls Hockey

Our first busy Wednesday saw a number of our teams play Kilkenny College. The Senior 1’s drew 2-2 while the Junior A, B’s had good wins or 3-1 and 5-0 respectively. The Minor A’s won their match 2-0 while the B’s had an exciting 1-1 draw.

The Senior 3’s lost 2-3 against The High School, while the Junior C’s won 4-0. The Minor C’s won their match convincingly with goals for Ava Cannon, Beulah Rowen, Heather Whelan and Nicole Hayes.

The girls had great results against St Andrews on Saturday. The Senior 1's and 2's both won 1-0. The Junior A’s and B’s had convincing wins, with both teams maintaining a clean sheet. The A’s finished 2-0, while the B’s ended 5-0. The Junior C’s played well but narrowly lost 1-0.