coach Gavin Monteith said he was pleased that his team adapted to the blustery conditions.
The Newtownards side demontheir Strated their potential with a 6-0 thrashing of RBAI
, Ben Browne notching a hat-trick.
Gabriel's and another brace ensured a 2-0 victory over RBAI
Mary's CBGS v Grosvenor, Monkstown v Rathmore 3, RBAI
v Regent House, St Colm's v St Gabriel's, St Patrick's Bearnageeha v Fort Hill, St Patrick's (Lisburn) v OL & St Patrick's, Wellington College v Model, Ashfield v Corpus Christi.
v Omagh High, Carrick Grammar v Castlederg, Orangefield v Edmund Rice, St Pius X v Erne Integrated, Sacred Heart (Omagh) v Banbridge Academy, St Malachys College v Devenish College, Model v Portadown College, Rathmore v Dalriada, Ballyclare Secondary v Markethill.
RBAI captain Andy Watt ended the most traumatic week of his young life by lifting the Schools Cup at the climax of a thrilling final against Methody.
His mother died last Friday night and he was at training on Saturday morning said RBAI coach Brian McLaughlin afterwards.
Winger Owen McMurray was on target with an early penalty and after RBAI had halted the early momentum he was on hand again to score a scintillating try.
After 49 minutes RBAI fly half Lewis Creighton scored a try and Creighton converted to close the gap to three points.