St Vincent’s used a strong bench to win out over the 28 minutes. Winning coach Domie Mullins said, “Our starting five had three players who don’t play club basketball but they played great defence and that’s what we needed them to do.”
Eve Hannigan was Vincent’s MVP.
Emily Walsh, Aisling McKenzie, Hazel Forde, Orla Murphy, Alisha Twomey.
Ralia Vandyouseffi, Grace Healy, Lauran Homan, Eve Hannigan, Chloe Morey, Caitlin Scannell, Zoe Mulcahy.
Jennifer Duffy, Aoife Flanagan, Sally Moloney, Emma Glynn, Erin Hamill.
Gráinne Tibby, Rebecca Buckley, Sarah Burns, Charlotte Carragher, Oolagh Grimley, Caoimhe O’Sullivan, Megan McArdle.
Regina Mundi Cork 34 Muckross Park Dublin 14
Regina Mundi Cork put in a strong second-half performance to claim the U14C Girls All-Ireland Schools Championships at the National Basketball Arena.
MVP Katie Walsh hit five baskets in the final quarter.Regina Mundi coach Carol Diggin said: “This is only the second year of basketball in the school so we’re very happy.”
Emma Hughes, Katie Walshe, Doireann O’Brien, Tara O’Regan, Ruth Healy, Leah O’Regan, Liz Burke, Melina Maxim, Ellie Leen, Jenna O’Kelly, Ella Healy, Beline Vasquez.
Vanessa McDermott, Sinead O’Tierney, Sophie McEvoy, Aoibhe Russell, Anna Cuine, Sinead O’Shea, Laura Ferry, Emer Muldoon, Aoife Humphreys, Anna O’Connor, Anna Quinn.
St Genevieve’s Belfast 36 Mercy Mounthawk 31
St Genevieve’s of Belfast took the U14B Girls All-Ireland Schools title.
Emily Rogers-Duffy, Lara Dahunsi, Cora Turley, Naoishe Burns, Emily Kearns.
Confidence Nich, Alex Mervyn, Erin Andrews, Fiona Connolly, Bríd Turley, Aoife Turley, Hannah Larkin.
Meabh McElligott, Lucy O’Carroll, Rachel Ryan, Mairead Kearney, Ciara Ryan.
Alison Guerin, Alison O’Leary, Dakota Carter-Flynn, Caitlin Crowe, Ellie McElligott, Rebecca Conway, Maria Dwyer.
CBS Thurles 40 Larkin College Dublin 28
CBS Thurles picked up their first ever national title in basketball with a 40-28 win in the U14C Boys final.
Kameron Ledwidge, Jack Wilders, Khalid Bankole, Erdene Manlai, Damian Dykas. Substitutes: Salim Yahuza, Glen Monahan, Cyrian Banguis, Asif Iqbal, Jack Shanahan, Cian Mooney, Keith Regan
James Butler, Jack Ryan, Liam Kenny, Ryan Greene, Conor Fogarty Substitutes: Gavin Keegan, Eanna Burke, Cian McDonnell, Chris Munroe, Gavin Moriarty, Blaine Carroll, Liam McDonagh
St Mary’s CBS Portlaoise 46 Our Lady’s Castleblayney 33
St Mary’s CBS won the U14B Boys title beating Our Lady’s of Castleblayney.
Ben Conroy, Dylan Phelan, Jordan Ikpomwen, Trevor Swayne, Ryan O’Connell
Ben O’Reilly, James Phelan, Leon Holland, Colm Byrne, Steven McCabe, Sam Wynne, Niall Carey.
Conor Rice, Michael Hughes, Dean Rooney, Robbie Hanratty, Nathan Power.
Ciaran McKearney, David Irwin, Joey Hughes, Kevin Tibby, Lochlann Toner, JP Meegan, Ciaran Duffy.
St Malachy’s Belfast 48 Gaelcholáiste Mhuire AG Cork 38
St Malachy’s Belfast secured the U14A Boys crown with a 48-38 win over Gaelcholaiste Mhuire AG of Cork in the U14A Boys All-Ireland Schools Final.
CJ Fulton, Matt Mulholland, Niall Hunson, Ryan Scott, Conor Cooke.
Ronan O’Neill, Emmet Corr, Jack Summersgill, Conor Ryan, Cormac O’Rourke, Liam Brady, Ryan Gilpedder.
Christopher Ó Aileannain, Jack Ó Conghaile, Kevin Ó Muineacháin, Aaron Ó Conaill Coirc, Ben Breathnach
Aaron Ó Gealbháin, A Ó Flaitheartaigh, , David Ó Liatháin, Cian Ó Luanaigh, Kevin Ó Síocháin, Jason Ó Ceallacháin, Mark Ó hEalaithe, Darragh Mac Giollarnáth.