By Simon Hunter
In the Danske Bank Ulster Rugby Schools Cup,
It'll be Belfast Inst against Methody in the St. Patrick's Day final.
RBAI beat Ballymena Academy 41-8 in the first of the semi-finals on Monday.
Full Time at Kingspan Stadium: RBAI have booked their place in the Danske Bank Ulster Schools' Final with a 41-8 win over Ballymena Academy.— Schools' Cup Rugby (@DBSchoolsCup) February 27, 2017
Winger Niall Armstrong got a hat-trick.
Two Inst tries left Academy trailing 12-0 at halftime, and there was little in the way of a comeback as Inst touched down five more times after the break.
Azur Alison did manage to add a consolation score for Ballymena.
Methody meanwhile overcame BRA by 37 points to 21 yesterday.
Tuesday 28th March— MCB RUGBY (@mcb_rugby) February 28, 2017
Schools' Cup Semi Final:
MCB vs BRA: W 37-21#Collegians
There was a hat-trick in that game also, from Methody centre Paul Kerr.
James McConnell, Johnny Jordan and Thomas Gallagher also got over the line.
Bradley Luney and and Matthew Dalton were the tryscorers for BRA.
The decider will be played at the Kingspan Stadium on the seventeenth of March.
In the Danske Bank Ulster Football U18 Schools Cup meanwhile, the final will be between St.Columbs and Grosvenor.
Seaview will be the venue on St. Patricks Day.