22 May, 10:29
Munster Rugby recently attended Rockwell College to host a skills session for their Junior Cup players.
Leinster were convincing winners in this Group A Inter Provincial championship at Donnybrook.
Out Half Tom Kiersey contributed a try, two conversions and two penalties to Munster’s tally and Cronan Gleeson also scored a try.
Munster: Shane O’Leary (Young Munster); Larry Hanley (Old Crescent), Harry McNulty (Rockwell College), James McInerney (Garryowen), Stephen Dinan (PBC); Tom Kiersey (Waterpark), Jamie Glynn (Clongowes Wood College); David Canny (Capt.) (Garryowen), Killian Walsh (Garryowen), Jack Kingston (Sunday’s Well); David O’Connell (Old Christians), Ross McCarthy (PBC); Cronan Gleeson (Shannon), Dean Nolan (Cork Constitution), Richard Moran (Cashel). Replacements: Will Foley (PBC), Damien O’Mahony (Kinsale), Evan Ryan (St. Munchin’s College), Ultan Dillane (Tralee), Darren Ryan (St. Munchin’s), Charlie O’Regan (CBC), Darren Sweetnam (Bandon Grammar School).
Leinster U19s 12, Munster U19s 19.
Munster won the Group B Inter Provincial series with a 19-12 victory over Leinster at Donnybrook and so went through their campaign with three victories from their three games.
Daniel Montgomery was Munster’s try scorer and Darragh McNamara kicked a conversion and four penalties.
Munster: Darragh McNamara (UCC); Seán Quaid (Highfield), Conor Kerns (Glenstal Abbey), Killian Kiely (Rockwell College), Dean O’Brien (Thomond); Darren Sweetnam (Bandon Grammar), Aaron Daly (Youghal); Damien O’Mahony (Kinsale), Daniel Montgomery (St. Munchin’s College), Evan Ryan (St. Munchin’s College); Ultan Dillane (Tralee), Gavin Ryan (St. Munchin’s College); Will Foley (PBC), 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)
Munster U18 Clubs 13 Ulster U18 Clubs 0.
Munster began their Under 18 Club Inter Provincial campaign with a thirteen point victory over Ulster at Thomond Park.
Munster dominated the opening half and were thirteen up at the break with tries from Jonathan Hayes and Jack O’Donoghue and Adrian Enright kicked a penalty.
Next up for Munster is a trip to Donnybrook next Saturday to face Leinster.
Munster: Tom O’Hare (Waterpark); Adrian Enright (Abbeyfeale), Mark Healy (Kanturk), Seamus Keating (Dungarvan), Cillian Ansboro (Youghal); Dylan Horgan (Highfield), Killian O’Keeffe (Crosshaven); Adam Walsh (Waterpark), Darren Coady (Waterpark), Jonathan Hayes (Nenagh Ormond); Laurence Houlihan (Dungarvan), John Madigan (Charleville); Kalani Moore (Waterpark), Oisin O’Meara (Kilfeacle and District), Jack O’Donoghue Capt. (Waterpark).Replacements: Padraig Keating (Clonmel), Eoghan Greene (Sunday’s Well), Niall O’Neill (Waterpark), Martin Mullane (Newcastle West), Aaron Atkinson (Ballina-Killaloe), Rory Parata (Sunday’s Well), Eamonn Chesser (Garryowen)
Ulster: Ryan Cobb (Dromore); Jonny Orr (Malone), Mathew McDonald (Banbridge), Graeme Currie (Portadown), Jonny Hillier (Malone); Adam Doherty (C)(Banbridge), Connor Henry (Malone); Mathew Davison (Portadown), Peter Cromie (Banbridge), Jonny McCreery (Banbridge); Iain McMenamin (Carrick), Russell Blair (Ballymoney); Mark Ferris (Carrick), Jordan Munnis (Ballymoney), Shane McBurney (Randalstown).Replacements: Daniel Maxwell (Dungannon), Luke Curlett (Dromore), Sean O’Hagan (Dungannon), Kacpar Kruzycki (Banbridge), Liam Gordon (Virginia), Ross Johnston (Ballynahinch), Don Mullan (Virginia).
Munster U18 Schools 24 Ulster U18 Schools 19
Munster finished their Schools Inter Provincial campaign with a narrow victory over Ulster at Thomond Park.
A late try by Greg O’Shea which Gearoid Lyons converted sealed victory for Munster. Jack Dinneen and Greg Barry also scored tries for Munster and Lyons converted both and also added a penalty.
Munster: Cormac O’Donnell (Castletroy College); JJ McDonnell (Castletroy College), David Johnson (Rockwell College), Ned Hodson Capt. (Midleton College), Greg O’Shea (Crescent College Comprehensive); Gearoid Lyons (Crescent College Comprehensive), Ryan Foley (CBC); Charles Slowey (CBC), Max Abbott (PBC), Rory Burke (CBC); Neville Flynn (Rockwell College), Darragh Moloney (CBC); Conor Bonfil (Castletroy College), Sonny Dwyer (Rockwell College), Jack Dinneen (Crescent College Comprehensive). Replacements: Ben Burns (Castletroy College), James Maxwell (Rockwell College), Patrick Kearns (Ard Scoil Ris), Tom Ryan (Glenstal Abbey School), Ryan Tsang (St. Munchin's College), Greg Barry (Crescent College Comprehensive), Dan Goggin (St. Munchin's College), Aidan Slattery (PBC), Lee Nicholas (St. Munchin's College), Rory Fenton (PBC)
Ulster: Ross Adair (Sullivan Upper); David Busby (Portadown College), John McClure (RBAI), Mark Best (Campbell College), Neil Burns (Foyle & Londonderry College); Justin Rea (Down HS), Peter Weir (Wallace HS); Jonathon Craig (Ballyclare HS), Adam Kerr (Ballymena Academy), Sebastian McBrien (Campbell College); Jonathan Darling (Ballyclare HS), Jack Cooke (Captain, Campbell College); David Marshall (Wellington College), Daniel Dass (BRA), Ben Alexander (RBAI). Replacements: Max Montgomery (Bangor GS), Michael Hoey (RS Armagh), Mark Gilkinson (Wallace HS), Cal McIlwaine (Wallace HS), Conor Wright (RS Armagh), Alistair Wright (RS Armagh), Rob Haldane (Campbell College).