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Schools' Cup Semi Final Win - Wed 2 Mar 22

1st XV reaches the Final of the Danske Bank Schools' Cup defeating Wallace HS by 28 points to 6.

The 1st XV played against Wallace High School in the Semi-Final of the Danske Bank Schools’ Cup this afternoon at Kingspan Stadium  Kicking Off at 2.30pm on Wednesday 2nd March.

The match was hard fought with the College scoring four tries to nil and the Final Score being 28 points to 6: Try Scorers - Booth 11, Johnson 23, Solomon 48, Topping 69 and Carson kicking the Points.

Campbell will now play MCB in the Final (Methody defeated Inst in yesterday's Semi Final).

The OC Society wishes to congratulate the team and hopes that any OCs who are able to attend the Final can do so on the 17th of March and add their support.

OCs, parents and friends will be able purchase tickets from The Ulster Rugby website: www.ulsterrugby.com/buytickets 

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