Methodist College’s run of good form continued with a 14 – 10 win against, Belfast neighbours, Campbell College on Saturday morning.

The result will see Methody put pressure on Wallace High for second place in the Ulster Schools Rugby Rankings.

All the points were scored in a first half flurry with Methody’s Tom Millar and Thomas Armstrong crossing for a try each, both converted by Ethan McIlroy.

The home sides 14 point lead didn’t last long as Campbell responded strongly with a penalty from Conor Rankin and a try by Jamie Macartney, also converted by Rankin, to take the score to 14 – 10 at the break.

Somewhat disappointingly there was no further scoring in the second half with neither side able to break down their opponents defence.

Pictures below by Bob Given.

 

 

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