The Subway All Ireland Schoolboys Championship gets underway on October 26th and will see 16 of the best schools teams converging on Dublin in an exciting 3 day tournament. Check out the full match schedule below, the scores will be updated here throughout each day of the tournament.

All Ireland Schools Match Schedule

Wednesday 26th October

St Andrews College

1.30pm St Andrews 3  v 2  Mt Temple

3.30pm Raphoe 4 v 3  Cookstown


High School

1.30pm High School  2 v  1 Villiers

3.30pm  Banbridge 4 v 0 Methody



1.30pm Newpark 0 v 0 Ashton

3.30pm Wallace 4 v 0 Campbell



1.30pm Wesley 4 v 0 Bandon

3.30pm Friends 1 v 4 Sullivan


Thursday 27th October

Railway Union

9.15am St Andrews 2v0 Cookstown

10.45am Newpark 0v1 Campbell

1.15pm St Andrews 3v0 Royal & Prior

2.45pm Wallace 0v1 Newpark

TRR  (Front)

9.15am Villiers 0v2 Banbridge

10.45am Wesley 6v1 Friends

3.15pm Methody 2v3 Villiers

4.45pm Wesley 5v2 Sullivan

TRR (Back)

9.15am High School 5v1 Methody

10.45am Sullivan 4v1 Bandon

3.15pm High School 1v1 Banbridge

4.45pm Bandon v Friends


9.15am Mt Temple 2v2 Royal & Prior

10.45am Wallace 3v0 Ashton

1.15pm Mt Temple 0v3 Cookstown

2.45pm Ashton v Campbell


Friday 28th October

High School

10.00am                               Friendly

11.30am                               Friendly

Mt Temple

10.00am                               Friendly

11.30am                               Friendly


10.00am                               Friendly

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Three Rock Rovers

9.30am                                 St Andrews 2 vs 1 Wallace HS & Wesley 1vs2 Banbridge Academy

2.30pm                                 St Andrews College vs Banbridge Academy

Subway All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships (October 26-28, 2016)
Pool A: 1. Wallace HS 6pts (+6) 2. Newpark 5pts (0) 2. Campbell College 3pts (-3) 4. Ashton 2pt (-3)
Pool B: 1. St Andrew’s 9pts (+6) 2. Royal & Prior 5pts (-2) 3. Cookstown High 3pts (0) 4. Mount Temple 2pts (-1)
Pool C: 1. Banbridge Academy 8pts (+6) 2. High School 8pts (+5) 3. Villiers 3pts (-2) 4. Methodist College Belfast 0pts (-9)
Pool D: 1. Wesley College 6pts (+9) 2. Sullivan Upper 6pts (+6) 3. Friends 0pts (-8) 4. Bandon GS 0pts (-4)



Subway All-Ireland Schoolboys Championships final

St Andrews College 3 (B Mannion, C Denver, B Walker) Banbridge Academy 2 (J Rowe 2)

Ben Walker provided the flash of inspiration with less than 90 seconds remaining to land St Andrews their sixth Subway All-Ireland Schoolboys Championship title, dethroning Banbridge Academy in dramatic style.

Coach Ivan Ovington has presided over all six of the Booterstown schools successes but said that the moment is all about the players.

They are all equally special but you dont take games and moments like this for granted, he said afterwards. I have been here a few times but what it means for these guys, its everything. They are special, special memories the lads will take away from today for sure.

His side got off to a flying start in a tie hastily refixed for Newpark following a burst water pipe at Grange Road. Walker escaped the clutches of the otherwise immense Kyle Marshall down the left wing before picking out Ben Mannion at the right post to tap home.

Any notions of an easy ride, however, were quickly dispelled as Academy won a corner that Jake Rowe whipped home. He scored a hat trick of set pieces in the final a year ago and was once again deadly in this arena all through the tournament.

Parity, however, only lasted a couple of minutes as Charlie Denver got a great touch to Matteo Romolis crash ball in the 13th minute to redirect home.

Back came Bann; Nathan Liggett was nudged over when well placed to score, earning a penalty stroke that Rowe converted for 2-2 with just 15 minutes on the clock.

It was a potential goal-fest but both sides calmed down thereafter with Guy Sarratt controlling the tempo of the St Andrews game while Marshall made innumerable key interventions, more and more dramatic as time wore on.

Bann were also thankful to the superb goalkeeping of Luke Roleston. He crucially kept out a flurry of four penalty corners early in the second half while his counterpart Ben Bradley brilliantly tipped over another Rowe effort, a lovely 3D lob from the baseline.

Andrews were the side making most of the play and, with a shoot-out looming, they got their sixth and final penalty corner. The first two series of shots were smothered but amid the scramble, Walker was an oasis of calm, gathering the ball and coolly flicking home.

It was the seventh goal of the competition for the diminutive midfielder  who also netted twice in a 2-1 win over Wallace HS in the semi-final  and coach Ovington paid tribute to his key intervention along with his captain.

Ben Walker just makes things happen and Guy [Sarratt] is an incredible leader. When we need something, Walker just seems to come up with something for us and if anyone is likely to come up with a winner, its him!

It was an awesome game, he added. Banbridge were so disciplined and worked so hard. I didnt think it was going to come in that second half but we just kept going and eventually we got that little spark to finish the game.


St Andrews : B Bradley, E Good, G Sarratt, I Cooke, H Craig, M Romoli, B Walker, J Guilfoyle, D Shanahan, J Little, B Mannion

Subs: C Murphy, S Byrne, G Arrowsmith, C Denver, R McDonald


Banbridge Academy: L Roleston, K Marshall, R Simms, D Cowan, J Anderson, J Rowe, C Norris, M Barlow, P Campbell, N Liggett, J Reid

Subs: L Bingham, H Lockhart, E Rowe, S Dale, C Gibson