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Basketball Ireland Post-Primary Schools | All-Ireland Schools Cup | U19A Girls 1994-2018

Finals 1994-2018

Year Winners   Runners-Up  
1994 Mercy Waterford 52 Loreto Crumlin 45
1995 Mercy Heights Skibbereen 67 Presentation  
1996 Presentation Listowel 57 Moyne CS 44
1997 Moyne CS 59 Manor House Raheny 45
1998 St. Vincent’s Cork 65 Mercy Heights Skibbereen 62
1999 Presentation Oranmore 60 Moyne CS 59
2000 Mercy Waterford 54 Presentation Killarney 40
2001 St. Ruain Killenaule 44 Presentation SS Thurles 29
2002 Presentation Thurles 73 Ursuline 43
2003 Presentation Thurles (Tipperary) 97 Our Lady of Mercy (Waterford) 62
2004 Colaiste Iosagain (Dublin) 45 Ursuline College (Sligo) 33
2005 Colaiste Iosagain Stillorgan (Dublin) 56 Mercy Heights Skibbereen (Cork) 42
2006 Calasanctius Oranmore (Galway) 43 St. Vincent’s (Cork) 36
2007 Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin) 74 Presentation Listowel (Kerry) 54
2008 Calasanctius Oranmore (Galway) 78 Presentation Thurles (Tipperary) 73
2009 Calasanctius Oranmore (Galway) 70 Our Lady of Mercy (Waterford) 69
2010        
2011 St. Joseph’s Abbeyfeale 62 Calasanctius Oranmore (Galway) 26
2012 St. Angela’s (Cork) 46 Colaiste Iosagain (Cork) 29
2013        
2014 Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin) 38 St. Vincent’s (Cork) 31
2015 Christ King (Cork) 65 St. Vincent’s (Cork) 46
2016 Ard Scoil Rathangan (Kildare) 69 Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin) 66
2017 Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin) 75 Dunshaughlin (Meath) 46
2018 Christ King Cork 93 Colaiste Chiarain Leixlip 62

[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19[20][21][22][23][24]

Home Counties

School County
Mercy Waterford Waterford
Loreto Crumlin Dublin
Mercy Heights Skibbereen Cork
Presentation  
Presentation Listowel Kerry
Moyne Community School  
Manor House Raheny Dublin
St. Vincent’s Cork Cork
Presentation Oranmore Galway
Mercy Waterford Waterford
Presentation Killarney Kerry
Presentation Thurles Tipperary
Ursuline College Sligo Sligo

Report

The Under 19 A Girls All-Ireland Cup has been won on 3 separate occasions since 1994 by Calasanctius Oranmore of Galway and Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin). It has also been won twice since then by  Christ the King (Cork), Mercy Waterford, Presentation Thurles (Tipperary) and Colaiste Iosagain Stillorgan (Dublin).

About

The Basketball Ireland Post-Primary Schools Cup is run on an All-Ireland knockout basis for schools from the beginning of the competition, as opposed to the League which is run on a regional basis with an All-Ireland phase at the end. In the 1990s it was the Schools Basketball Association of Ireland which ran it, and it is now under the direct stewardship of Basketball Ireland.

The All-Ireland Cup is the highlight of the Schools Basketball Calendar, and is run at Under-19 and Under-16 Grades, with an A, B & C Competition inn both boys and girls for schools of different sizes.

References

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Websites

[1] Sligo Sport and Recreation (2017) Basketball Ireland Logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.sligosportandrecreation.ie/wp-content/uploads/basketball-ireland-logo.jpg [Accessed 10 March 2017]

[2] Anon. (1994) “Schools Cup Finals” IBBA Official Basketball Magazine. No. 27, March 1994. pg. 22-25.

[3] Anon. (1995) “Bank of Ireland Schools Cup Finals” IBA Irish Basketball Magazine. March 1995. pg. 26.

[4] Anon. (1996) “Bank of Ireland Schools Cup Finals” IBA Irish Basketball Magazine. April 1996. pg. 22-25.

[5] Hudson, E. (1997) “Moyne the pride of midlands” Irish Independent. Thursday, February 13, 1997. pg. 16-17.

[6] Anon. (1998) “BASKETBALL” Irish Independent. Wednesday, February 11, 1998. pg. 24-25.

[7] Anon. (1999) “BASKETBALL: Glory for Oranmore” Irish Independent. Thursday, February 11, 1999. pg. 18-19.

[8] Anon. (2000) “BASKETBALL” Irish Independent. Wednesday, February 9, 2000. pg. 18-19.

[9] Anon. (2001) “BASKETBALL” Irish Independent. Thursday, February 8, 2001. pg. 18-19.

[10] Anon. (2002) “BASKETBALL” Irish Independent. Wednesday, February 13, 2002. pg. 23.

[11] Irish Schools Basketball Association (2003) Bank of Ireland Schools Cup Finals 2003 / Trebor 24-7 All-Ireland League – Results [Internet] Available from: http://www.iol.ie/~isba/girsl%20%20Results.htm [Accessed 25 May 2018]

[12] Anon. (2004) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Thursday, February 5 2004. pg. 18-19

[13] Anon. (2005) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Wednesday, February 2 2005. pg. 18-19

[14] Anon. (2006) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Wednesday, February 1 2006. pg. 58-59

[15] Anon. (2007) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Thursday, February 1 2007. pg. 24-25

[16] Anon. (2008) Malchy’s power to title despite Tramore rally Irish Examiner. Wednesday, January 30 2008. pg. 32-33

[17] Anon. (2009) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Thursday, January 29 2009. pg. 66-67

[18] Anon. (2011) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Thursday, January 27 2011. pg. 30-31

[19] Anon. (2012) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Friday, January 27 2012. pg. 46-47

[20] Anon. (2014) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Thursday, January 23 2014. pg. 48-49

[21] Basketball Ireland Comortais (2015) U19A Girls All-Ireland Schools Cup 2014-15 [Internet] Available from: http://bi.comortais.com/competition.aspx?oId=1001&id=1110#.WsIu5YjwbIU [Accessed 2 April 2018]

[22] Basketball Ireland (2016) Gamezone: Subway All-Ireland Schools Cup Finals [Internet] Available from: http://www.basketballireland.ie/news-detail/371671/ [Accessed 5 May 2017]

[23] Basketball Ireland (2017) Day 3 : Subway All Ireland Schools Cup Finals [Internet] Available from: http://www.basketballireland.ie/news-detail/10018115/ [Accessed 25 January 2017]

[24] Basketball Ireland (2018) DAY 1: SUBWAY ALL IRELAND SCHOOLS CUP FINALS 2018 [Internet] Available from: http://www.basketballireland.ie/news-detail/10034396/ [Accessed 14 January 2018]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Barry Wyse, Templeogue College and Jim Naughton, Colaiste Eanna, Ballyroan

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Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 20 January 2019

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