The Womenâ00s Final proved equally exciting, with Highfield eventually overcoming UL Bohs 27 to 14 to become the first ever winners of the Womenâ00s Cup, and in the Juniors, Cashel put on a convincing win, defeating Cobh 22 to 0 to become the first ever Junior champions.
The crowd was treated to over sixty thrilling games throughout the day as sixteen of the top senior club teams, including UL Bohemians, Shannon and the hosts, Garryowen once again took part in the event. This year, for the first time, eight junior squads and six ladies club teams also took to the pitch to compete for the Meteor Munster 7â00s title.
Commenting on the results of the day, John Lacey, Meteor Munster Sevens event co-ordinator said, â00The Meteor Munster Sevens Tournament has been a huge success and we are delighted with such a fantastic turnout today. There has been great interest from all the clubs, and club coaches in particular, who are using the event to kick off the seasonâ0.
Meteorâ00s Head of Communications, Amanda Carroll today said, â00Congratulations to the winners, and in fact all teams both men and women who participated in the Meteor Munster 7â00s tournamentâ0.
"We are delighted to have teamed up with Munster Rugby in a tournament that involves so many talented players and teams in the provinceâ0, she added.
The event also supported the â00Headsupâ00 text referral service from Rehab Care, which aims to help young adults in difficulty by offering support group information for a range of issues via text on 50424.
The Heineken Cup was also on display on the day giving fans an exclusive opportunity to get a free personal photograph with the legendary trophy. Entertainment was provided both on and off the pitch with younger supporters enjoying fun activity including two giant bouncy castles, a DJ, face-painters, candy-floss, ice-cream, a delicious Barbecue and more!