4 Dec, 09:57
This Friday night coming, 6th December (kick-off 7.45pm), Midleton RFC host Sundays Well RFC in the All Ireland League "under lights" at Towns Park.
At Coonagh UL Bohemian, back in Division 1A for the upcoming All Ireland League, scored five tries when trouncing Shannon to qualify for the Limerick Charity Cup final for the first time since 2007.
Tries by Keith McManus and Rory White inside thirteen minutes created the platform for the big win.
By half time UL Bohemian led by 13-9 and they dominated totally in the second half with further tries by Martin McPhail, Ed Kelly and Finbarr Ahern.
Ben Martin converted three of the tries, kicked two penalties and dropped a goal with Ben Sergeant kicking three penalties for Shannon.
In Cork it will be a repeat of last season’s final when Dolphin and Highfield reached the decider.
Holder’s Dolphin were too strong for Midleton at the Town’s Park emerging 40-14 winners.
It was a closer affair at Cashel when Highfield caused a surprise with a narrow 24-23 win over the Tipperary side.
Cork Charity Cup Semi-Finals: Cashel 23, Highfield 24;
Midleton 14, Dolphin 40;
Limerick Charity Cup Semi Finals: Young Munster 26, Garryowen 14;
Shannon 9, U.L. Bohemian 40;
Transfield Cup: Newcastle West 12, Presentation 7;
St. Senan's 12, St. Mary's 21;
Thomond 6, Richmond 20;
Garryowen Cup: Clonmel 12, Nenagh Ormond 34;
Kilfeacle 22, Galbally 7;
Thurles 27, Carrick-on-Suir 18;
Dennehy Cup: Ballincollig 42, Cork Transport 14;
Bandon 10, Cobh Pirates 38;
Dolphin 36, Muskerry 5;
Kinsale 36, Mitchelstown 0;
Mallow 37, Clonakilty 15;
Old Christians 12, Carrigaline 21;
Sunday's Well 12, Highfield 51;