All-Ireland Cup, Basketball, Schools

Basketball Ireland Post-Primary Schools | All-Ireland Schools Cup | U19 A Girls 2018-19

DateHome TeamScoreAway TeamScore
Round 1
19.09.18St. Angela’s Cork64Mercy SS Waterford64
21.09.18Mercy SS Ballymahon20Scoil Mhuire Cork0 #
21.09.18Loreto Beaufort44Colaiste Einde63
24.09.18Gort CS51Presentation Castleisland65
25.09.18Scoil Chriost Ri Portlaoise91St. Louis Kiltimagh35
26.0918Holy Faith Clontarf78Our Lady & St. Patrick Belfast20
26.09.18Crescent Comprehensive91Carrigaline CS52
26.09.18Mercy Mounthawk Tralee54Colaiste Iosagain Stillorgan43
27.09.18Scoil Pobail Sliabh Luachra54Christ King Cork67
27.09.18Ursuline Sligo40Jesus & Mary Salerno48
27.09.18St. Vincent’s SS Cork44St. Genevieve’s Belfast31
28.09.18Colaiste Chiarain Leixlip77Presentation DLS Bagenalstown23
28.09.18Loreto Dalkey48Our Lady’s Castleblaney62
28.09.18Loreto St.Stephen’s Green55Cross & Passion Kilcullen48
03.10.18Colaiste Choilmcille
Ballyshannon
44St. Paul’s Oughterard41
Round 2
11.10.18Jesus & Mary Salerno 65Mercy SS Ballymahon 61
15.10.18Scoil Chriost Ri Portlaoise 82Colaiste Chiarain Leixlip 79
15.10.18St. Vincent’s SS Cork 58Mercy Mounthawk Tralee 36
17.10.18Mercy SS Waterford 27Holy Faith Clontarf 65
18.10.18Christ King Cork 47Colaiste Choilm Ballincollig69
18.10.18Our Lady’s Castleblaney 87Colaiste Choilmcille
Ballyshannon
30
18.10.18Presentation Castleisland 53Loreto St.Stephen’s Green 23
19.10.18Colaiste Einde 55Crescent Comprehensive 67
Round 3
06.11.18Jesus & Mary Salerno 41St. Vincent’s SS Cork 67
09.11.18Crescent Comprehensive 88Our Lady’s Castleblaney 78
14.11.18Scoil Chriost Ri Portlaoise 60Presentation Castleisland 44
15.11.18Colaiste Choilm Ballincollig 36Holy Faith Clontarf 78
Semi-Finals
09.01.19Holy Faith Clontarf 64Scoil Chriost Ri Portlaoise 39
09.01.19St. Vincent’s SS Cork 48Crescent Comprehensive 41
Final
23.01.19Holy Faith Clontarf 73St. Vincent’s SS Cork 40

Reference: [1][2]

Report

Holy Faith Clontarf, coached by American Legend, Jerome Westbrooks, won their second U19 A Girls All-Ireland Cup Final in three years.

The display put on by the Dubliners was clinical and polished and put the result beyond doubt midway through the third quarter, with excellent performances from MVP Bronagh Power Cassidy (an Irish International), Maeve O’Seaghdha, Niamh Kenny and Elizabeth Black.

Holy Faith had an advatage in size and athleticism which saw them get the better of exchanges early on and they built up an early lead, ending the half 37-19 up.

Holy Faith continued to dominate and St. Vincent’s had a tough third quarter with the Holy Faith bench showing plenty of skill and talent. In the end, the Clontarf girls were deserved 73-40 winners.

Coach Westbrooks referred to the four star players of Bronagh, Niamh, Maeve and Elizabeth as the four horsemen, and their experience and talent was tough for all teams who faced them.

Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin): Katie Doyle, Kim Clarke (1), Aine Walsh (4), Maria Long (2), Emma Crumlish (4), Maeve O’Seaghdha (22), Bronagh Power Cassidy (24), Niamh Hetherton (2), Elizabeth Black (6), Niamh Kenny (3), Faye Crumlish (3).

St. Vincent’s SS (Cork): Casey Cullinane, Eve Hannigan (1), Laura Morrissey, Orla Murphy (15), Lauryn Homan (20), Aimee Cronin, Emily Peyton, Leah O Mahony, Mollie Blount (2), Zoe Mulcahy, Chloe Morey (2), Alexandra Bozhesko.

MVP: Bronagh Power Cassidy (Holy Faith Clontarf).

Reference: [2]

References:

Websites:

[1] Basketball Ireland (2019) U19A Girls Subway All Ireland Schools Cup 1819 [Internet] Available from: https://www.basketballireland.ie/league/132950/ [Accessed 23 March 2019]

[2] Basketball Ireland (2019) Day 3: Subway All Ireland Schools Cup Finals 2019 [Internet] Available from: https://www.basketballireland.ie/news-detail/10047601/ [Accessed 23 March 2019]

Images

[3] 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]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Aisling Delaney, Our Lady’s Templeogue.

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Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 23 March 2019

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