Armagh 12-5 Virginia
Armagh qualified for the U14 Final with a 50-5 quarter-final win over Rainey, before defeating Omagh 22-0 in the semi-finals, while Virginia took to the field for their first of three ventures in the Youth League Finals.
Armagh took a first half lead of 12-0, but Virginia were not giving up without a fight. An early try in the second half gave them a strong base, and the territory and passion was all theirs. On several occasions it looked like they were going to score, but strong Armagh defensive play kept them out to secure the win.
Referee: Justin Gerrying
Ulster Carpets U16 Youth League Final:
Malone 26-17 Virginia
In the U16 final Virginia featured again, where their opponents were Malone.
Malone scored early with a converted try, but Virginia answered with an unconverted try of their own. Ten minutes of exciting rugby ensued, ending with another converted try for Malone to establish a 14-5 lead. The teams battled on for another ten minutes, and Virginia were back in it with a converted try.
In the second half Virginia took the lead with an unconverted try. Malone regained the lead with yet another converted try, followed by an unconverted try to finish the game 26-17 winners.
Referee: Mark Orr
Ulster Carpets U18 Youth League Final:
Armagh 45-7 Virginia
In the last game of the day, the Ulster Carpets U18 League Final, Virginia represented for the third time, against Armagh who were making a second appearance of the day.
In a fast and furious game, Armagh made their advantage count - adding up the points when the opportunity arose to build up a 21-0 lead at half time.
Armagh added another penalty shortly after the restart. Virginia fought bravely on, but leaked another converted try. The Cavan side did manage to cross Armagh's line with a converted try, but the final scoreline did not reflect the closeness of the performance by the two teams.
Referee: Stephen Crooke
The presentation of winners medals was made by Mr Paul Hart, Chairman of the Youth Committee.