Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Round Up Saturday 22th December 2012. By Barney McGonigle – Includes International Success For Wallace Rugby On Algarve Training Camp With 50+ Score Lines

3 minutes, 7 seconds Read

There were games cancelled on Wednesday 19th December due to inclement weather conditions. With schools currently on holiday for the Christmas break no games were played on Saturday 22nd December.
CLICK HERE to like Nick Williams facebook page

One game which managed to survive the midweek weather conditions saw Portora Royal School play Omagh Academy at Enniskillen Rugby Club.

The Omagh Academy team has recorded some excellent wins this season and returned from Enniskillen with another one, winning the game by 34-0. The Omagh Academy team started well with their pack dominating set piece possession. The first try came when the Omagh pack secured good lineout possession and released quick ball to their backs. Scott Hemphill broke through the Portora RS midfield defence and released Scott Barr who scored in the corner. James Catterson converted the try to give the Omagh team a 7-0 lead. A similar scenario paved the way for Dean Henderson to score a try which was converted by James Catterson to extend the Omagh Academy lead to 14-0. Shortly afterwards, Dean scored his second try of the game when he cut a great line to split the Portora defence and run in for an unconverted try. Having built up a 19-0 lead, the Omagh Academy team was in control of the game. Just before the interval, James Catterson took the score to 22-0 when he converted a penalty opportunity for the Omagh team.
CLICK HERE to like Nick Williams facebook page
The second half got underway and the Omagh team continued where they had left of when Jack Mitchell powered his way over the Portora RS line to score his first try for the Omagh Academy team. James Catterson was successful with the conversion to give the Omagh team a 29-0 lead. Lloyd Kane then ran in for an unconverted try to put the Omagh Academy team into a 34-0 lead.
The Portora RS team did not let their heads drop and took play deep into Omagh territory in the final quarter of the game. Robert Connor came close to scoring on a number of occasions but the Omagh defence was well-organised and ensured their goal line remained intact. The Omagh Academy team kept a clean sheet and the players were delighted with their well-deserved 34-0 win.
CLICK HERE to like Nick Williams facebook page
Both team would like to thank Enniskillen Rugby Club for use of their fine facilities at Mullaghmeen.

Wallace High School decided to escape the poor weather and head to Portugal for a “warm weather” camp at the famous Brown’s Sports Resort on the Algarve.

Wallace High School coach, Derek Suffern, put his squad through a tough schedule and the team played one game against the local Loule Rugby Football Club U19 team. The hard work on the training pitch paid off for the Wallace Senior squad as they recorded an impressive 43-0 win. Zac McCall scored two tries in the course of the game as did Conor Guiney. Adam Dickson, Chris Knowles and Jonathan Davis all scored one try each. Ryan Moore converted four of the seven tries to account for the Wallace High School point’s total.
The Wallace High School Medallion team accompanied the senior squad and recorded an 83-0 win in the course of their game.
Sullivan Upper Senior and Medallion Squads will head to the Brown’s Resort for a camp early in the New Year.
There will be schools’ games played throughout the Province in the course of the holiday period with players and coaches working hard in preparation for the forthcoming Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Cup matches which will re-commence on 12th January when six Round 2 games will take place.
CLICK HERE to like Nick Williams facebook page

Arab online casinos on ازينو على الانترنت with arab casino games.

Similar Posts