Ulster in control at Under 15 Boys Interpros

Ulster's Jordan Logue. Picture: Thos Caffrey / www.golffile.ie

Ulster are in a strong position in the Boys U15 Interprovincial Championship after two wins from two on the opening day at Castlewarden, writes the GUI.

In the morning session Ulster had to overcome a determined performance from Connacht before prevailing 3-2, while in the afternoon they overcame Munster on a scoreline of 4-1.

They go into Friday's match with Leinster knowing a win will see them retain the Championship they won in 2013.

Leinster are the nearest challengers to Ulster on 3 points following a 3-2 win over Ulster and a draw with Connacht.

Boys U15 Interprovincial Championship, Castlewarden

Draw for Friday 22nd August 

Connacht v Munster (Connacht names first)


0800 Allan Hill & Ross Kelly V Sean Enright & Charlie Dawson 


0810 Harry Gillivan V Edward Walsh 

0820 Paddy Culhane V Seamus Burke 

0830 Joseph Keyes V Greg Barrett 

0840 Evan Henry V Jack Hearn 


Ulster v Leinster (Ulster names first)


0850 Reece Black & Conor McDonald V Mark Power & Sean Dowling 


0900 Jordan Logue V Thomas Mulligan 

0910 Daniel Reilly V Cameron Raymond 

0920 Ryan Thompson V Brendan Rossiter 

0930 Jack Madden V Charlie Denvir 



Results - Thursday 21st August 

Ulster 3-2 Connacht (Ulster names first)


Jack Madden & Daniel Reilly bt Evan Henry & Joseph Keyes 1 hole


Reece Black bt Allan Hill 2/1

Conor McDonald bt Ross Kelly 3/2

Ryan Thompson  lost to Harry Gillivan 7/6

Jordan Logue lost to Paddy Culhane 5/4


Leinster 3-2 Munster (Leinster names first)


Cameron Raymond & Brendan Rossiter lost to Edward Walsh & Greg Barrett 2 holes


Thomas Mulligan bt Sean Enright 2/1

Charlie Denvir bt Jack Hearn 6/4

Mark Power bt Seamus Burke 1 hole

Sean Dowling lost to Charlie Dawson 4/3


Ulster 4-1 Munster (Ulster names first)


Ryan Thompson & Jordan Logue bt Seamus Burke & Jack Hearn 2 holes


Reece Black bt Edward Walsh 2/1

Jack Madden bt Sean Enright 2/1

Daniel Reilly bt Greg Barrett 3/2

Conor McDonald lost to Charlie Dawson 7/6



Leinster 2 ½ -2 ½ Connacht (Leinster names first)


Thomas Mulligan & Charlie Denvir lost to Harry Gillivan & Paddy Culhane 2/1


Cameron Raymond lost to Ross Kelly 3/2

Sean Dowling bt Evan Henry 6/5

Brendan Rossiter halved with Allan Hill 

Mark Power bt Joseph Keyes 6/4