Integrated school Lagan College clinch their first ever Ulster Schools GAA title as a team mostly comprised of players from a non-GAA background lift the JJ Reilly Cup.
Lagan College coach Gary Connolly said that most of the players in the team which beat Omagh-based Drumragh Integrated School in Tuesday’s final hadn’t played gaelic football before arriving at the Belfast school.
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