Danske Bank Medallion Plate Rugby FINALLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Methodist College Belfast Are The ultimate Plate Championnnnnnnnssssssss of ULLSSTTEERRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Report + Shots LIVE HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Methodist College and Down High School travelled to play the final of the Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Medallion Plate at Wallace High School. Despite the committed and spirited efforts of the Down High School players, it was the pace, power and poise of the Methodist College team that saw the Belfast boys through the game by 60-3. The Methody team controlled all aspects of play for most of the game.
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The Methodist College team started strongly and scored four first half tries through Matthew Reid, Jonathan Gourley, Josh Jordan and Ben Sterritt. In response, the Down High School team kicked a penalty through Charlie Power. None of the tries was converted so it was the Methodist College team that had built up a 20-3 lead at the interval.
The Methody team managed to raise their game to an even higher level in the second half. They ran in tries with two from Jach Jordan, two from Jamie McCann and one each from Ben Martin and Thomas Muldoon. Josh Jordan added one conversion while Cameron McAteer was successful with four conversion attempts.
After the final whistle, Barney McGonigle, Ulster Schools’ PRO, congratulated both teams on the standard of play throughout the game, thanked the Danske Bank for their continued sponsorship of the Ulster Schools’ programme, thanked the referee and his officials for their contribution to the smooth running of the game and paid tribute to Wallace High School for the provision of excellent facilities and for hosting the game. Darryl Callaghan, Talent Identification Manager for Ulster Rugby, then presented both teams with their medals. Michael Reid, former CEO of Ulster Rugby, then presented the Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Medallion Plate to, Zach Jordan, captain of the victorious Methodist College team.

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