11 Mar 14
There is a full series of games in the Ulster Bank League this weekend as several outstanding Junior games are also down for decision.
At Woodleigh Park Highfield advanced to a semi final meeting away to Cashel with a 20-0 home win over Sunday's Well. The visitors dominated the opening stages but were unable to convert possession into scores. A try by Mark O'Driscoll and a Peter O'Toole penalty have the home side 8-0 ahead at half time. Tries from Paddy Ryan and Cyprian Jouve and an O'Toole conversion ensured victory for Highfield.
Limerick Charity Cup holders Young Munster started their campaign with a 36-21 home win over Old Crescent. The home side led 10-6 at half time and were only six points ahead with fifteen minutes remaining before closing out the game in style. Darren Gallagher, Dara Cantillon were try scorers for 'Munsters, who were also awarded a penalty try. Declan Bannon added a drop goal and Willie Staunton kicked three conversions and four penalties. Brian Keane and Sean Monaghan replied with tries for Crescent and Shane Mullally kicked a conversion and three penalties.
Shannon had to withstand a great come back from Thomond before advancing 26-21 at Coonagh. The home side made a great start and led 20-0 after twelve minutes with tries from Dan Heffernan and Ken Hanly and two conversions and two penalties by Ben Sergeant. John Lillis kicked three penalties for Thomond to leave the score 20-9 at half time. Kevin O'Mahony and Leonard Slattery scored second half tries for Thomond and Lillis converted one of the tries. Penalties from Sergeant and Rob Guerin ensured victory for the home side.
At Dooradoyle Garryowen defeated Nenagh Ormond 23-10.
Cork Charity Cup: Cork Constitution 21, Dolphin 31;
Highfield 20, Sunday's Well 0;
Limerick Charity Cup: Bruff 6, U.L. Bohemian 17;
Garryowen 23, Nenagh Ormond 10;
Shannon 26, Thomond 21;
Young Munster 36, Old crescent 21;