Basketball, BIPPS All-Ireland Schools League Girls, Schools Basketball

Basketball Ireland Post-Primary Schools All-Ireland Schools League U19A Girls 2003-Present

U19A Girls Finals 2003-Present

YearWinnersRunners-Up
2003-04Colaiste Iosagain Stillorgan (Dublin)34Our Lady’s Castleblaney (Monaghan)30
2004-05Colaiste Iosagain Stillorgan (Dublin)56Mercy Heights Skibbereen (Cork)42
2005-06    
2006-07    
2007-08    
2008-09Calasanctius Oranmore (Galway)46Presentation SS Thurles (Tipperary)45
2009-10    
2010-11Pobail Scoil Chorcha Dhuibhne (Kerry)50St. Joseph’s Abbeyfeale (Limerick)46
2011-12Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin)44Colaiste Iosagain Stillorgan (Dublin)34
2012-13Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin)36Christ the King (Cork)35
2013-14Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin)38St. Vincent’s (Cork)31
2014-15    
2015-16Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin)53Scoil Chriost an Ri Portlaoise (Laois)35
2017-18Colaiste an Phiarsaigh Glanmire (Cork)56Colaiste Chiarain Leixlip (Kildare)52
2017-18Colaiste Chiarain Leixlip (Kildare)45Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin)41
2018-19Holy Faith Clontarf (Dublin)65Scoil Chriost Ri Portlaoise (Laois)41
Basketball Ireland Post-Primary Schools All-Ireland League U19A Girls Finals 1991-Present [Ref: 1-17]

Report

The Irish Schools Basketball Association (Boys) and Schoolgirls Basketball association of Ireland were brought together under one organisation: Basketball Ireland Post-Primary Schools in 2003. At the same time the Senior (Under 18) and Junior / Cadette (Under 15) grades were renamed Under 19 and Under 16 grades.

Holy Faith Clontarf of Dublin have won the Under 19 A Girls All-Ireland League title on five occasions, with Colaiste Iosagain, Stillorgan (Dublin) winning twice.

Holy Faith Clontarf BIPPS All-Ireland League U19A Girls Campions 2016 [Ref: 24]

Holy Faith Clontarf (2016): Saoirse Power-Cassidy, Tiffany Erin Brockman, Aisling Carberry, Maeve McDermott, Ali Connolly. Substitutes: Deborah Sealy, Ruth Fennell, Mae Creane, Bronagh Power-Cassidy, Niamh Kenny, Elizabeth Black, Ciara Curran, Maeve O’Seaghdha.

References

[12] Anon. (2004) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Wednesday, March 31 2004. pg. 40-41

[13] Anon. (2005) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Thursday, March 10 2005. pg. 20-21

[14] Anon. (2009) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Wednesday, March 25 2009. pg. 40-41

[15] Anon. (2011) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Thursday, March 24 2011. pg. 34-35

[16] Anon. (2012) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Thursday, March 22 2012. pg. 50-51

[17] Anon. (2013) SCHOOL SPORTS Evening Herald. Thursday, April 11 2013. pg. 58

[18] Anon. (2014) BASKETBALL Irish Independent. Friday, March 21 2014. pg. 56-57

Websites

[20] Basketball Ireland (2016) DAY 3 RECAP: 2016 All-Ireland Schools League Finals [Internet] Available from: http://www.basketballireland.ie/news-detail/373509/ [Accessed 5 May 2017]

[21] Basketball Ireland (2017) DAY THREE: All-Ireland Schools League Finals [Internet] Available from: http://www.basketballireland.ie/news-detail/10020129/ [Accessed 3 March 2017]

[22] Basketball Ireland (2018) DAY 1: ALL IRELAND SCHOOLS LEAGUE FINALS 2018 [Internet] Available from: http://www.basketballireland.ie/news-detail/10035773/ [Accessed 9 April 2018]

[23] Basketball Ireland (2018) DAY 1: ALL IRELAND SCHOOLS LEAGUE FINALS 2018 [Internet] Available from: http://www.basketballireland.ie/news-detail/10049657/ [Accessed 22 March 2019]

Images

[24] Basketball Ireland (2016) DAY 3 RECAP: 2016 All-Ireland Schools League Finals [Internet] Available from: https://sportlomo-userupload.s3.amazonaws.com/user_data/modules/contents/638/featured_TsPnkR66eKgerlCYnEmdRDqjmouHjMPW.jpeg [Accessed 5 May 2017]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Aisling Delaney (Our Lady’s Templeogue) & Evie (Colaiste Iosagain, Stillorgan)

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Researched and Compiled by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 5 May 2020

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