Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Medallion Shield and 3rd XV Cup Draws

Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Medallion Shield and 3rd XV Cup Draws

The draw has been made for the 2nd Round of the Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Medallion Shield.

The results of the draw are as follows:

Regent House School v Cambridge House Grammar School

Bangor Academy v Friends’ School, Lisburn

Limavady Grammar School v Down High School

Larne Grammar School v Foyle and Londonderry College

Dalriada School v Portadown College

Rainey Endowed School v Strabane Academy

Omagh Academy v Banbridge Academy

Ballyclare Secondary School v Carrickfergus Grammar School

These Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Medallion Shield games MUST be played on/before Saturday 14th December.

Following these games the draws for the Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Medallion Shield Round 3 games and the Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Medallion Trophy games will take place.

 

The draw has been made for the 2nd Round of the Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ 3rd XV Cup.

The results of the draw are as follows:

Royal Belfast Academical Institution 3rd XV v Bangor Grammar School 3rd XV

Methodist College, Belfast 3rd XV v Limavady Grammar School 3rd XV

Campbell College, Belfast 3rd XV v Royal Belfast Academical Institution 4th XV

Enniskillen Royal Grammar School 3rd XV v Ballymena Academy 3rd XV

Royal School, Armagh 3rd XV v Belfast Royal Academy 3rd XV

Carndonagh Community School 1st XV v Wallace High School 3rd XV

Ballyclare High School 3rd XV v Methodist College, Belfast 4th XV

Methodist College, Belfast 5th XV v Down High School 3rd XV

The draw for the Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ 3rd XV Plate competition cannot be done until the Round 2 games of the Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ 3rd XV Cup have been completed.

The Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ 3rd XV Cup 2nd Round Games MUST be played on/ before Saturday 25th January 2020.  However, the Schools’ Committee would encourage all schools to take up the option of playing their Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ 3rd XV Cup 2nd Round games before the Christmas holidays where possible.