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Last Updated: Wednesday, 17 March, 2004, 18:03 GMT
McCall's perfect day
RS Armagh skipper John McCall
RS Armagh skipper John McCall lifts the Schools' Cup
Royal School Armagh captain John McCall picked up the Schools' Cup trophy and then learned of his selection for Ireland's U19 World Cup squad.

Six other Ulster players will join the Royal School Armagh skipper in the 26-man Irish squad for the championships in South Africa.

They are Conor Lavery, Stewart Megaw, Stephen Ferris, Gary Mitchell, Mark Scott and Jamie McGrugan.

The squad will depart on 21 March and returns on Wednesday 14 April.

Ireland U19 squad: Matt Moloney (UCC), John Kerins (UCC), Paul Doran-Jones (Dublin University), Conor Lavery (Rainey Endowed), Billy Holland (CBC), Fergus McGuckian (Dublin University), Michael Essex (CBC), Cillian Willis (UCD), Colin Mahony (Highfield), Cian McNaughton (Greystones), Stewart Megaw (Queens University), Gary Byrne (Terenure College), Stephen Ferris (Portadown), Eamon Fitzgerald (Old Belvedere), Ross Noonan (UCC), Gary Moran (UCD), Gary Mitchell (RBAI), David McGowan (Sligo), Peter Phelan (Exiles), Conor Gildea (Terenure College), Mark Scott (Belfast Harlequins), Jamie McGrugan (Ballymena), John McCall (Royal School Armagh), Killian O'Neill (Dublin University), Kevin Barden (Belvedere College), Fionn Carr (Newbridge College).


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Armagh into Schools final
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