5 Dec, 17:35
The Charity Cup Final between Cashel and Cork Constitution FC will take place on Saturday, 14th December at Musgrave Park (kick-off 2pm).
Munster followed up last week’s 13-13 draw with Connacht with a 6-0 victory over Ulster in their Group A game at Thomond Park.
Out Half Tom Kiersey kicked two penalties for Munster and now they travel to Donnybrook in a confident mood next Saturday to face Leinster.
Munster: Shane O’Leary (Young Munster); Dean O’Brien (Thomond), Harry McNulty (Rockwell College), James McInerney (Garryowen), Stephen Dinan (PBC); Tom Kiersey (Waterpark), Jamie Glynn (Clongowes Wood College); David Canny (Garryowen), Killian Walsh (Garryowen), Sean Seymour (UCC); David O’Connell (Old Christians), Ross McCarthy (PBC); Will Foley Capt(PBC), Dean Nolan (Cork Constitution), Richard Moran (Cashel).
Replacements: D. Montgomery (St. Munchin’s College), Damien O’Mahony (Kinsale), Evan Ryan (St. Munchin’s College), Ultan Dillane (Tralee), Cronan Gleeson (Shannon), Aaron Daly (Youghal), Darren Sweetnam (Bandon Grammar School).
Munster made it two wins from two in Group B after their 16-5 victory over Ulster. Cronan Gleeson scored Munster’s try and Darren Sweetnam kicked a conversion and three penalties.
Munster: Darragh McNamara (UCC), Seán Quaid (Highfield), Conor Kerins (Glenstal Abbey School), Killian Kiely (Rockwell College), Rob Jermyn (Rockwell College); Darren Sweetnam (Bandon Grammar School), Aaron Daly (Youghal); Damien O’Mahony (Kinsale), D. Montgomery (St. Munchin’s College), Evan Ryan (St. Munchin’s College); Ultan Dillane (Tralee), Gavin Ryan (St. Munchin’s College); Cronan Gleeson (Shannon), Darren Ryan (St. Munchin’s College), Ian McCarthy Capt (Glenstal Abbey School).
Replacements: Niall Fitzgerald (Cashel), Dan McAleer (Kinsale), David Wallace (Shannon), Damien O'Dwyer (Waterpark), Paul Derham (PBC), Frank Kelliher (Cashel), Tom Flynn (UL Bohemian), Mikey Flannery (Shannon), Elliot Fitzgerald (Crescent College Comprehensive), Ben Drew (Garryowen).
The Munster Women's five year Interprovincial reign ended today in Highfield RFC with Leinster recording a comprehensive 25-5 victory.
More match details to follow for all rep. games.