Sport Welcome to the Sports News for The Wallace High School. You can keep up to date with fixtures and scores via the school Sport twitter account @wallacesport

Golf Success

The Wallace High School won the NASUWT Ulster Schools Junior Golf Championship last week. Twenty one schools from across Northern Ireland took part in this hotly contested event,...

Duke of Abercorn Cup

The Wallace High School Second XI progressed to the semi final stage of the Duke of Abercorn Cup with a 6 run victory over BRA at Roughfort last Saturday morning....

WHS Win Schools’ Cup 05

The Wallace High School First XI produced a professional display of quality cricket on Wednesday to win the Ulster Bank Schools’ Cup in glorious sunshine at Lisburn Cricket...

Cricket Update

The Wallace High School First Xi progressed to the Semi Final of the Schools’ Cup on Monday with ahard fought victory over Belfast Royal Academy last Monday....

Irish Senior Cup

Last week four Burney Cup winning ex Wallace pupils visited the school to display the Irish Senior Cup which they recently helped Lisnagarvey to win....

Cricket News

The Wallace High School First XI had mixed fortunes over the last week. On Friday, Regent House visited Walalce in The McCullough Cup. Wallace amassed a formidable 162 for 5 in 25...

Hockey at Bath

The Wallace High School Boys’ hockey First XI embarked on a short tour to Bath recently to take part in the prestigious Public Schools’ Hockey Festival....

Senior Plate Final

The Girls’ hockey Senior plate quarter final between Wallace High School First XI and Coleraine High was a very exciting match ,played at Dromore Hockey Club. The Wallace...

Badminton Success

Wallace High School badminton players had a very successful day at The Ulster Schools’ Championships , held in the National Badminton Centre last Friday, winning a total of...

All Ireland Champions!

The Wallace High School Minor Girls’ netball team recently won both the Northern Ireland and All Ireland Netball Championships. Having defeated Sacred Heart College, Omagh...