Good day for Antrim schools

It was a good day for Antrim schools at the Ulster Post Primary Camogie Sevens competition in Castledawson on Wednesday.

St Louis Ballymena won the Cup competition with a 2-7 to 0-6 win over St Patrick’s Maghera in the final with Moneyglass player Cliona Griffin selected as Player of the Tournament.

St Louis will represent Ulster in the All-Ireland A competition in Dublin next month.

Shield winners Cross Passion

In the Shield competition, Cross and Passion Ballycastle beat St Patrick’s Keady on a 5-4 to 3-3 score-line and they will represent the province in the B series next month in Dublin.

Meanwhile after a terrific semi-final with Our Lady’s and St Patrick’s Knock who won the Cup last year, St Killian’s Garron Tower produced a strong second half to defeat St Conor’s Kilrea/Clady 5-4 to 2-4 to collect the Plate and represent Ulster at C level in the All-Ireland series next month.

Ulster schools’ Council would like to thank St Malachy’s Castledawson for their facilities and the three referees for the day, Vincent Boyle (Dunloy), Peadar Lagan (Glen) and Séamas McAleenan (Brídíní Óga, Glenravel) for officiating.

Plate winners St Killians College

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