7 Dec, 18:36
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The remaining ties are scheduled for 2.30 on Saturday with the game of the round being the visit of Cork Constitution to Bruff.
The Limerick side promoted to Division 1B of the League made a poor start but bounced back in fine style with victories over U.C.C. and U.L. Bohemian in recent weeks to move off the foot of the table.
Despite being short several regulars Cork Constitution still remain unbeaten and regardless what side they field they will be expected to advance. Having knocked out cup experts Shannon in the opening round it would be a great boost to the Co. Limerick club if they were to cause another shock result in this great competition.
The only other Division 1A side in the Cup Dolphin, face a tricky encounter away to Midleton. Both sides are likely to be under strength due to injuries. Dolphin have gone through a bad patch in the league recently and a defeat would not help moral.
Midleton on the other hand have bounced back after an opening day defeat in the league at home to Ballymena with three successive victories and will be quietly confident of booking their place in the last four.
Highfield playing in Division Three this season have a home tie against Clonakilty who currently lie pointless at the bottom of the Second Division. The Woodleigh Park side are currently on a three match unbeaten run and must fancy their chances of recording another victory and set up a semi final tie against Bruff or Cork Constitution.
FRIDAY 5th NOVEMBER
ODM Financial Munster Senior Cup:Garryowen v U.L. Bohemian,Dooradoyle,7.30;
SATURDAY 6th NOVEMBER
ODM Financial Munster Senior Cup:Bruff v Cork Constitution,Kilballyowen Park,2.30;
Highfield v Clonakilty,Woodleigh Park,2.30;
Midleton v Dolphin,Towns Park,2.30;