Who has won the Ulster Schools Cup the most?

Who has won the Ulster Schools Cup the most?

Methodist College Belfast
Methodist College Belfast have won the most titles with 39 wins – 37 outright wins and 2 shared….Ulster Schools’ Cup.

Most recent champion(s) Methodist College Belfast
Most titles Methodist College Belfast (37 outright, 2 shared)
TV partner(s) BBC (final)
Related competitions Medallion Shield

How many times have methody won the Schools Cup?

First Schools’ Cup final since 2019 Methody’s win extend their record run of wins to 37 – five ahead of the next most successful school Royal Belfast Academical Institution – with Campbell remaining on their 24 titles.

Who won the Schools Cup final?

Schools’ Cup Final: Ben McFarlane the Methody hero as superb second-half comeback earns them record 37th title with victory over Campbell.

Who won the Schools Cup Northern Ireland?

Congratulations to Erne Integrated College and commiserations to Enniskillen Royal Grammar School. Ulster Girls’ Schools’ Cup Final! Half-time and it’s 6-4 to Erne Integrated.

Is rugby older than football?

Roots of Rugby Rugby is much older than football, going back to the Romans, over 2,000 years ago. Back then the game was called harpastum, meaning “seize” in Greek.

Who won Schools Cup final?

What is the poshest school in Northern Ireland?

Lumen Christi College was named Northern Ireland Secondary School of the Year, in 2019, whilst Rainey Endowed School, in Magherafelt, claimed the top spot 2016 and was named Northern Ireland’s School of the Decade in 2020.

What is the biggest school in NI?

The OU has nearly 3,600 students enrolled in Northern Ireland supported by 169 tutors and 46 staff based at the headquarters in Belfast. It is the UK’s largest academic institution.

Who has won the Schools Cup the most?

Methodist College
Boasting a record 36 titles, Methodist College are the competition’s most successful side, with Campbell’s 24 final wins putting them third on the all-time list.

Has there ever been a 0 0 in Six Nations?

No game of professional rugby union has ever finished scoreless and the last time it happened at the top level was between Scotland and New Zealand in 1964.