The 2019 State context began on Staesta, May 25 with A and B sides facing Fishers. The B side easily won 42-5 while the A side prevailed 36-12.
After facing Penn HS twice this season (once during regular play, the other during Midwest) and coming ip short, this time the Royal Irish A prevailed 20-12 and Royal Irish B won 31-14.
Once again, Royal Irish performed impressively during the 2019 National Championship, help at the Regional Athletic Complex (RAC) in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Because of our ranking, our round one pairing had us facing the team we lost the 2018 title to, Danville Oaks. This time, Royal Irish prevailed, 38-26.
In round two, we faced the San Diego Mustangs, who defeated another impressive team, Grapnite Bay. Again, Royal Irish came
on top 45-18.
Round three had us facing the Back Bay Sharks. After an incredible match, Royal Irish came in second after a 12-51 defeat.
Our boys performed incredible well and should be incredibly proud of their appearance at this year’s championship.
After a bittersweet second place finish at the National Championships in Kansas City, the Royal Irish secures the 2018 State Championship trophy. Check out this video
Having defeated Fort Hunt and Bishop Dwenger in rounds one and two, our boys came in second after a heart-stopping match against Danville Oaks. Following 70 minutes of play in 85 F heat, the match was tied 15-15. Regulation stipulates two 5 minute overtime periods, with no sudden death. After Danville Oaks replenished most of their backs with fresh legs, they quickly scored two trys bringing the final score was 15-29.