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Irish Schoolboys Defeat Wales

28th April 2003 By Munster Rugby

Irish Schoolboys Defeat Wales

The Irish Schools Team defeated Wales 9-3 to claim the championship title in impressive fashion. Ireland led 9-0 at half-time thanks to a Fergal Lawlor drop-goal and two Eamoin Fizgerald penalties.

The Irish Schools Team defeated Wales 9-3 to claim the championship title in impressive fashion. Ireland led 9-0 at half-time thanks to a Fergal Lawlor drop-goal and two Eamoin Fizgerald penalties.

The Irish Schools Team defeated Wales by 9-3 to claim the championship title in impressive fashion. Ireland led 9-0 at half-time thanks to a Fergal Lawlor drop-goal and two Eamoin Fizgerald penalties.

Wales narrowed the deficit with a penalty from Greg McCarthy ten minutes after the restart but the Irish mounted a superb defence to thwart the home side.

Ireland Schools:

15. S. Grissing (St Marys College) 14. E. Fitzgerald (Belvedere College) 13. A. Trimble (Coleraine Academical Inst) 12. M. Scott (Methodist College) 11. C. McNaughton (Rockwell College) 10. F. Lawlor (Cistercian College Roscrea) 9. D. Williams (CBC Cork) 1. A. O Sullivan (PBC Bray) 2. J. Coady (Blackrock College) 3. A. Kirkpatrick (Ballymena Academy) 4. R. Noonan (CBC Cork) 5. A. Dunlop (Terenure College) 6. C. Henry (Wallace High School) Capt. 7. G. Murphy (Clongowes Wood College) 8. K. McLaughlin (Gonzaga College)

Replacements: (None used) 16. J. Kerins (CBC Cork) 17. D. Hurley (CBC Cork) 18. P.Collins (Templeogue College) 19. R. Caldwell (Royal Belfast A.I.) 20. D. O Leary (PBC Cork) 21. E. Ronan (CBC Cork) 22. J. McGrugan (Ballyclare High School).

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