October

Wednesday October 23rd – U/16 Football Friendly

Ris had a useful run out in a challenge game against St. Benildus today. Having reached the U/14 final two years ago hopes are high that the team can repeat our 2010/11 success in this competition.

Tuesday October 22nd – U/16 Basketball Cup Second Round

A.S.R.                                   56

Summerhill College, Sligo 47

Ris avenged a defeat in last year’s All Ireland League competition, defeating their conquerors of last year by nine points to advance to the quarter finals of this year’s Cup competition. Best for Ris were Matthew Eustace and Gavin Doyle.

Tuesday October 22nd – U/18 Hurling Shield Final

A.S.R.                      1-11

Clonkeen College 4-10

With a growing list of injuries Ris’ senior season ended with another loss, this time in the shield final to Clonkeen College. For our Sixth Years it was their last game in school colours and we thank them for their five/six years commitment to the cause of ASR hurling and congratulate them on their past successes.

Friday October 18th – U/16 and U/19 Basketball

Ris had a double victory today in the Sports Hall. The 16′s, with Gavin Doyle and Matthew Eustace to the fore, remain unbeaten while the 19′s recorded their third victory in a row to remain in the hunt for a final spot.

Thursday October 17th _ U/14 Football

Ris were well beaten today by local rivals St. Aidan’s. Ris dominated possession in the first half but could not turn it into scores. Aidan’s played well with the breeze in the second half and ran out easy winners. The team will have to win its final two games if they hope to        reach the semi finals.

Tuesday 15th October – U/16 Hurling Semi Final

A.S.R.                           1-19

Colaiste Eanna          3-08

Ris will go for a four in a row of U/16 Dublin hurling titles following today’s win over Colaiste Eanna in PNU. Although the scoreline suggests a close game Ris were always in control and now await the winners of the other semi final. Best for Ris were Conor Burke, Colin Currie, Eoin O’Sullivan and Mark O’Keefe.

Tuesday 15th October – U/16 Basketball

The 16′s remained unbeaten with a comprehensive win today.

Monday 14th October – U/18 Hurling

A.S.R.             4-21

St. Fintan’s   0-06

The U/18′s had a facile win against St. Fintan’s in PNU today and have qualified for the shield final. Congratulations to all the team on their performance yesterday.

Friday 1th October – U/19 Basketball All Ireland Cup First Round

The U/19′s had a long and ultimately fruitless trip to Donegal today, where they were beaten in the first round of the U/19 Basketball Ireland Schools Cup.

Friday 4th October – U/16 Basketball All Ireland Cup First Round

A.S.R.           89

CBC Cork    48

Ardscoil’s long trip to Cork resulted in an easy win against CBC in the first round of the Basketball Ireland All Ireland U/16 Schools Cup. Best for Ris were Waleed Harati and Gavin Doyle. Matthew Eustace top scored with 25 points for Ardscoil The team plays Summerhill, Sligo in the second round.

Wednesday 2nd October – U/14 Football

A.S.R.               3-12

Colaiste Eoin  2-08

Ris got their season back on track with a great win in PNU against perennial rivals Colaiste Eoin. Patrick Kavanagh made a great double save from a penalty as Ris ran out winners by seven points. Ciaran Kyne and Robbie O’Sulliivan also played well for Ardscoil. The team has a bye next week with St. Aidan’s their opponents the following week.

Tuesday 1st October – U/18 Hurling

A.S.R.             3-16

St. Benildus  2-10

Ris finally got a win under their belt after several narrow and unlucky defeats in the league. St. Fintan’s will concede the final league game to us and Ris therefore qualify for the shield final with opposition, date and venue to be decided. Best for Ris on the day were Franklin O’Sullivan, Josh Curley, Oisin Lannigan and Kevin McDonnell.

Tuesday 1st October – U/16 and U/19 Basketball

Both teams had good wins today against Coolmine C.S. with the U/16′s remaining unbeaten. The 16′s won 58-31. best players were Matthew Eustace and Daniel Heaney. The 19′s won on a score of 68-53. Best for the 19′s were David Quirke and Colin Ormonde.

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