Note: Marian College placed on higher than Gormaston College on Goals Difference (Goals Scored).
|Date||Home Team||Away Team|
|31.01.1998||Gormanston College||3||St. Paul’s||4|
|31.01.1998||St. Michael’s||2||St. Vincent’s||4|
|31.01.1998||Marian College||2||Gormanston College||5|
|31.01.1998||St. Michael’s||3||St. Paul’s||6|
|31.01.1998||St. Vincent’s||4||Marian College||4|
|31.01.1998||Gormanston College||2||St. Michael’s||0|
|31.01.1998||St. Paul’s||2||Marian College||2|
|31.01.1998||St. Vincent’s||4||Gormanston College||1|
|31.01.1998||St. Michael’s||0||Marian College||4|
|31.01.1998||St. Paul’s||3||St. Vincent’s||5|
St. Vincent’s of Glasnevin (Dublin 11) won the Leinster Schools Senior Water Polo Championship winning three games and drawing one, with St. Paul’s (Raheny, Dublin 5) in second, Marian College (Ballsbridge, Dublin 4) in third, Gormanston College (Co. Meath) in fourth and St. Michael’s (Ailesbury Road, Dublin 4).
 Anon. (1998) “Water Polo” Sunday Independent. February 1, 1998. pg. 58 [Irish Newspaper Archive][Past copies of the Sunday Independent are available to view at the Irish Newspaper Archive: https://www.irishnewsarchive.com/ which is a subscription service]
Thanks to Laurence O’Toole.
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