9 Dec, 12:44
Munster Rugby and IRFU Referee Department have just completed their very successful joint venture to find the next generation of referees in schools within the Limerick area.
Clonmel defeated Waterpark 18-11 to win the Garryowen Cup and Castleisland defeated Killorglin 48-12 to take the McElligott Cup.
Old Christians defeated Cobh Pirates 18-14 in the Cork County Cup. Brefni O’Callaghan and Shane Barry scored tries for the Old Christians side and Stuart Lee added a conversion and two penalties.
Kinsale defeated Douglas 39-20 in the O’Neill Cup. Adam Colle scored two tries for the winners. Eddie Farran,
Peter Murphy, Andy Lynch and Richard Kingston also added tries and Murphy kicked three conversions and a penalty.
Kinsale second fifteen defeated Bandon 19-12 to win the O’Sullivan (Muskerry) Cup. Kenneth O'Leary, David Kingston and Sean Kingston scored tires for Kinsale and Sean Kingston added two conversions.
Munster Seconds League South: Dolphin 31, Cashel 7;
Highfield 15, U.C.C. 7;
Sunday's Well 15, Midleton 5;
Transfield Cup Final: St. Mary's 23, Bruff 6;
Garryowen Cup Final: Clonmel 18, Waterpark 11;
Cork County Cup: Old Christians 18, Cobh Pirates 14;
O'Neill Cup: Ballincollig 20, Bandon 32;
Douglas 20, Kinsale 46;
McElligott Cup Final: Castleisland 48, Killorglin 12;
Junior 3 League South: Ballincollig 31, Cork Transport 11;
Bandon 3, Midleton 20;
Dolphin 22, Fermoy 24;
Sunday's Well 42, Youghal 20;
O'Sullivan Cup Final: Bandon 12, Kinsale 19;