5 Dec, 17:35
The Charity Cup Final between Cashel RFC and Cork Constitution FC will take place on Saturday, 14th December at Musgrave Park (kick-off 2pm).
Dungarvanpromoted from the Third Division of the Munster Junior League for the first time came from behind to defeat Muskerry 19-15.The mid Cork side led 15-5 at half time with tries from Shane Kennedy and Darren O’Farrell and a conversion and penalty by Eoin Keohane. Cian Walsh scored Dungarvan’s try. A late second half rally which yielded tries from Joe Lawlor and David O’Riordan both converted by Conor Foley saw the home side advance.
Richmond finished their All Ireland Provincial League campaign with a bonus point victory 30-19 over Clogher Valley at Richmond Park. Pat Humphries and Garth O’Hanlon scored first half tries for Richmond which Dara Clancy converted to leave the scores 14-14 at half time. Thomas O’Brien and Finbarr Hogan added further tries and Clancy kicked two penalties.
Kinsalehad a narrow 17-16 victory over Crosshaven to book their place in the final of the Cork County Cup. A try by Pat O’Regan and three penalties from the boot of Paul Perez and one by Renaud Sergere were enough to give the home side victory. Crosshaven replied with a try by Eamon Ring and a conversion and three penalties from Daryl Foley.
Dolphinlost their Munster Junior Two League semi final to Garryowen 33-15 at Mahon. Martin Aherne and Tim Cotter scored tries for Dolphin and Mark Long kicked a penalty and a conversion.
A late try saw U.L. Bohemian defeat Bruff 17-16 in the final of the Webb Cup. Darragh Nicholas and Mike O'Dwyer scored tries for the winners and John Reidy converted both and also added a penalty. Mossie O’Donnell scored a try for Bruff and Richie McAuliffe kicked three penalties and a conversion.
Waterparkdefeated holders Tralee 65-5 in the semi final of the Junior Two Cup. Tom Kiersey scored four tries and three conversions for the winners, David Fitzgerald got three and David Latimer, Ben Cross and Damian O’Dwyer scored one each. Ritchie Halley kicked three conversions and a penalty.
Carrigalinebooked their place in the final of the Dave Dineen Cup with a 26-10 home win over Killarney. John Tait scored two tries and three conversions for the winners and Stuart Donaldson and Ken Wilkins got a try each. Shane Sweeney replied with a try for Killarney and Cian Kingston kicked a conversion and a penalty.
Fermoywon the Tait Cup with a 13-7 win over Crosshaven. Paul and Eoin McCarthy were try scorers for the winners and Joe Lee kicked a penalty.
All Ireland Provincial League Championship: Richmond 27, Clogher Valley 20;
Skerries 30, Monivea 19;
Munster Junior Cup Final: Cork Constitution 13, Skibbereen 10;
Munster Junior Plate Semi Finals: Abbeyfeale 3, Presentation 8;
Dungarvan 19, Muskerry 15;
Webb Cup Final: U.L. Bohemian 17, Bruff 16;
Munster Junior 2 League Semi Final: Dolphin 15, Garryowen 32;
Cork County Cup Semi Final: Kinsale 17, Crosshaven 16;
Junior 2 Cup South Semi Final: Waterpark 59, Tralee 5;
Dave Dineen Cup Semi Final: Carrigaline 26, Killarney 10;
Paul Twomey Cup Semi Final: Dungarvan 42, Clonakilty 43;
Gleeson Cup: Cashel 7, Clonmel 10;
Tait Cup Final: Crosshaven 7, Fermoy 13;
North Under 21 Cup Section B: Garryowen 15, Shannon 12;
North Under 17 Cup: Garryowen 5, Bruff 5;
South Munster Under 19 League Final: Bandon 23, Highfield 6;
South Munster Under 19 Development League Final: Kinsale 15, Mallow 15;
South Munster Under 17 Cup Final: Clonakilty 40, Kanturk 17;
South Munster Under 17 League Semi Final: Highfield 14, Sunday's Well 12;
South Munster Under 17 Plate Semi Finals: Old Christians 5, Cork Constitution 7;
Skibbereen 22, Muskerry 12;
South Munster Under 15 Cup Final: Bantry Bay 15, Skibbereen 22;
South Munster Under 15 Development Cup Final: Bandon 29, Sunday's Well 5;
Women's All Ireland League Division 1 Group A: Blackrock 0, U.L. Bohemian 55;
Old Belvedere 8, Highfield 7;
Division 2 South: Nenagh Ormond 72, Young Munster 3;
Port Laoise 26, Ballincollig 5;
Shannon 48, Thurles 0;
Tralee 27, Gabally 10;