Ulster Senior Schoolgirls' Cup

Ulster Senior Schoolgirls' Cup

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The Ulster Senior Schoolgirls' Hockey Cup is an annual competition competed for by schools affiliated to the Ulster Hockey Association, a branch of the Irish Hockey Association. The competition has been in existence since 1907 and is currently sponsored by the Belfast Telegraph.

Since 1980, the winners have qualified to represent Ulster in the Kate Russell All-Ireland Schools Hockey Cup.

The most successful school is Methodist College Belfast with 21 wins (18 outright wins and 3 shared wins). The current holder is Lurgan College.

Trophy

The trophy is a small silver cup mounted on a plinth on a wooden shield.

Format

The competition is run through an open draw format. The first round is held in November, progressing through to a showpiece final held in early March. The final attracts a crowd of roughly 1000 people, which is large for an attendance at a hockey match in Ulster.

Current season

The semi-finals were played on 09 Feb 2011 with the following results.



Lurgan College beat Wallace High School in the final on penalties after the match finished tied with no score.

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