The Wesley Show jumping team have maintained their good form in recent events. In Wexford Equestrian a team comprising of Hollly Micklem, Grace O'Shea, Juliette Keyes and Jennifer Boland were joint runners-up.
Yesterday both Wesley teams finished in the prizes with Jack Murphy, Holly Duggan, Grace O'Shea and Siun Handley coming 3rd and Peter Walker, Jennifer Boland, Grace Berry and Juliette Keyes coming 5th.
This extends Wesley's lead at the top of the league table at this point.
The Senior 1’s had an interesting match against Mount Mercy, fresh from their tour in Holland over the break. Under a huge amount of pressure for the first five minutes but then broke up field and Dairine McCabe scored a lovely deflection from an Emma Paul ball. Thereafter we dominated, scoring 5 before half time. Two drag flicks from Sinead, a nice finish from Mya and another good goal from Sophie Wall meant we were 5-1 up at halftime. Due to a power cut the lights had gone so we decided to do 1v1 shuttles at that stage. Then the lights came back on and we played another quarter, finishing up 5-3.
The Senior 3’s beat High School 2-0 with a great team performance while the Senior 4/5s beat The High School 2-1, with goals for Pia Ferrar and an outstanding reverse hit goal from Kimi Le Rougetel Menzies. The Junior C/D also beat The High School 4-1, stopping after the lights went out.
On Saturday, the Junior A’s had a convincing win against Holy Child Kiliney Senior 2’s. They dominated the game, creating some great scoring opportunities throughout. Well done to Grace O'Donohue on scoring a hat-trick. Good luck to them as they take on St Andrew's in the Cup on Wednesday away.
The Junior C’s won 5-2 against Our Lady's. The girls are playing some great hockey together. Well done to goal scorers Alex Gordon, Glory Daniels and Lily Reid.
Well done to the Minors A’s who had a convincing win against Newpark. Goals from Scanlon, Stewart, Squires and Keogan. The Minor B’s won 2-1 against Our Lady's, with Christine Mulligan and Lola Wilkinson getting the goals. While the Minor D’s had a great win against Our Lady's also, 3-0. This team is coming together well with some lovely passing moves. Two well taken goals from Kate Morrison and Lily Conway.
The First year A teams all had great wins against Newpark, beating both oppositions by a good margin. The B1 team had a good win against Our Lady's Terenure, Laura Scott and Kirsten Cox scoring some great goals. The B2 team had a tighter game against Our Lady's drawing 1-1. Tori Whelan and Alison Dunne standing out in this game.
The SCT XV made it three wins in a row in the League with 43-7 home against CUS. 5th years Hugh Grant and Chris Gilmer both scored two tries respectively alongside additional tries from Gabriel Dunne, Luke Fitzpatrick and Adam Galbraith. Jack Atkinson added a further 8 points to the tally with four conversions. This win has secured the team a place in the League Quarter-Final and automatic qualification into the last 16 of the Leinster Schools Cup.
The JCT XV suffered a narrow defeat to CUS, losing out 31-19. The team is to be commended for their improved performances over the course of their League campaign so far. Well done to Ed Collins, James Cassidy and Jonny Cazzini who all crossed over for scores with Jonny adding a sole conversion from the tee.
The U14 A XV suffered their first defeat of the season at home to Kilkenny College, losing 22-45. Down 17-21 at half-time, the game could have gone either way. However, the team were beaten by the better team on the day. Well done to Freddy Turley and captain Sam McMullin who both scored two tries a piece in that game.
The U14 B XV made it five wins from five this season with a 21-15 win at home to Kilkenny College. Jack Lucy, Jack Duffy and Louie Agar were the Wesley try scorers with Christian Ryan's clinical kicking at goal the difference between two teams, kicking all of his 3 conversions.
Well done to the Senior Development XV who had a marvellous 12-33 away win over St Gerard's School on Saturday. Toby Durham crossed over for two scores alongside additional tries from Hugo Hjelseth, Jamie Crooks and Ryan Jones. Jamie Crooks had a successful day off the tee, kicking four of his five conversions.
The U13 A's beat St Killian's on Friday. The boys produced some outstanding hockey both individually and as a team. Max Caulwell put in a really impressive performance and Thomas Fives also played very well in his first game for the U13 A's.