Campbell College Belfast have won the 2020 Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Medallion Shield, after defeating Royal Belfast Academical Institution by 20-15 in a fantastic game on Tuesday afternoon. "There is something different about Campbell. Pupils, parents and staff - past and present - who are connected to the College. Our Campbell College Hub provides a platform for our parents, past and present, to connect with each other, hear news about the College and register for events. It was a repeat of last year's final with Patrick McAlpine's try putting Campbell in front.
Our Campbell College Hub provides a platform for our parents, past and present, to connect with each other, hear news about the College and register for events. Methodist College took a 38th Schools' Cup success and a first since 2014 with an ultimately convincing seven-try 45-17 win over Campbell College on Monday. Pupils love it, teachers love it. Methodist College secure a 38th Schools' Cup success and a first since 2014 by beating Campbell College 45-17 in the final at Kingspan Stadium. Read about our approach to external linking. ⚫️ ⚪️ # CCB # COYBIB. ... World Rugby to look into Spain’s World Cup qualifying loss ... Pro14 Table & Fixtures A Conference. Campbell Magnay is a promising young back, whose preferred position is centre. Boden went over after collecting the ball from a line-out for a simple try, while replacement Simms was next to cross to make the score 36-17 while Campbell's Ben Rainey was in the sin bin for collapsing a maul.
From the section Irish Rugby MCB defeat Wallace to reach Schools' Cup final. Pupils, parents and staff, past and present all with strong connections to the College. McIlroy was sent to the bin for seven minutes after being yellow-carded, with Rankin landing a penalty to nudge Campbell ahead. Champions RBAI are aiming for a fourth consecutive title and will play their semi-final at the same venue on Wednesday. Schools' Cup holders Campbell College defeated RS Armagh 12-10 in Tuesday's semi-final at Kingspan Stadium. Dara Gaskin crossed for Campbell, who finished runners-up for the 14th time.
Read about our approach to external linking. Scrum-half Davidson darted over for his side's fourth try in the 48th minute but Gaskin dived over from close range to keep Campbell in touch. Daniel Humphreys' try was a consolation for Methody and Campbell will face RBAI or Royal School Armagh in the final. The Campbell Community stretches across the world and spans the generations. Glentoran full-back Bobby Burns vows to come back "better than ever" next season after breaking his tibia and fibula during Saturday's defeat by Coleraine. Pupils, parents and staff - past and present - who are connected to the College. Their final score tally was the highest accumulated by a team since 1998. Second row Gourley powered over for the opening try in the 10th minute, with full-back Ethan McIlroy kicking the first of five conversions to add the extra two points.
Two Thomas Armstrong scores and further tries by Callum Davidson, David Boden and Adam Simms saw Methody collect the cup for the first time since 2014. Royal School Armagh 13 Campbell College 19. Holders Campbell responded six minutes later when hooker Jackson went over after a rolling maul, Conor Rankin landing the conversion to bring the scores level. Whilst we enjoy the many opportunities we have to come together at the College, both the College Hub and the Old Campbellian Society online platforms allow those living on distant shores to also stay connected.
The final, which is traditionally staged on St Patrick's Day, will this year be played on Monday 19 March. Lyttle's converted try in the 31st minute restored Methody's lead and a minute after the interval Armstrong ran through for a scintillating try after good work by centre Robbie Armstrong. Captain John McKee crossed in the second half, Rankin again converting. Campbell College had the lion’s share of the territory and were first to put points on the board through Lukas Kenny after sustained pressure from the Campbell […]
Last updated on 6 March 20186 March 2018.From the section Irish Rugby. It really is the best school.“ "The Pipe Band has been part of the heritage of Campbell since 1894 and can be heard at every College occasion." Covid 19 Updates - Return to College September 2020, IGCSE in English as an Additional Language. Last updated on 18 March 201918 March 2019.From the section Irish Rugby. As always - all support welcome! The Old Campbellian Society is a fantastic way for our former pupils to keep in touch with each other and with the College and we would encourage all our pupils to join as soon as they leave. Campbell College reach the Schools' Cup final by beating Methodist College 17-8 in Tuesday's semi-final at Kingspan Stadium. FIXTURES AND RESULTS: Results from last week and remaining fixtures for this week. Johnny Sexton is "carrying the weight of the world on his shoulders" after Ireland missed out on the Six Nations title, says former skipper Rory Best. Methody's triumph ensured that they ended their season with a perfect record of 20 wins from 20 games and their eventual winning margin was the biggest of any team since 2008. We are blessed with a global family that spans the continents and the generations. The Campbell Community stretches across the world and spans the generations. Down's Caolan Mooney is ready for a championship campaign that looked a remote prospect when he sustained a fractured scull last December. Gourley, Lyttle, T Armstrong 2, Davidson, Boden, Simms. "Our library is the heart of the College. Campbell, who led 10-3 at the interval, have 23 competition wins, sharing the trophy on four occasions. Best of luck to all teams. From the section Irish Rugby RBAI beat Campbell to retain School's Cup James Hume scored a late try as RBAI beat Campbell College 13-3 at Kingspan Stadium to retain the Schools' Cup. After representing Queensland and Australia at schoolboy level, Magnay was picked up by Queensland club side GPS upon completing his studies at St Joseph's College, Nudgee. Ethan McIlroy landed an early penalty but Conor Rankin replied, before winger Rex Tinsley went over for Campbell, Rankin adding the extra two points. Campbell College reached their 41st Schools' Cup final by beating Methodist College 17-8 in Tuesday afternoon's semi-final at Kingspan Stadium. Methody led 14-10 at half-time with the help of Ben Gourley and Max Lyttle tries to a touchdown by Harry Jackson.