Crescent College Comprehensive are through to their fourth SEAT Munster Schools Junior Cup final in five seasons after seeing off the challenge of Glenstal Abbey School in the semi final at Rosbrien.
Crescent never looked in danger in losing this game once they hit the front with a try from full back Brian Ring on fifteen minutes which he also converted.
The Dooradoyle side extended their advantage with a try from Kelvin Brosnahan on the stroke of half time for a 12-0 lead.
Glenstal got back in the game early in the second half with a try from Ben Moloney which Ben Healy converted.
That was as good it was to get for Glenstal as two tries from center Daniel Hurley and a penalty by Ring ensured Crescent will be facing P.B.C. in the decider on March 26th at a Cork venue.
Glenstal Abbey: Nicholas Swarts; Ben Moloney, Charlie Gavin, Declan Floyd, Tim Moloney; Shane O'Connor, Ben Healy; Henry Downing, George Downing, Eoin Bergin; Rory Clarke, Darren Halpenny; Johnny Williams, Mark Fleming, William Murray.
Replacements: Ronan McDermott, Eamonn Daly, Shane Butler, Sean Hammond, Daniel O'Donovan, William McAleese, James Flynn, Ronan Quinn, Mark O'Farrell.
Crescent College Comp.: Brian Ryan; Kelvin Brosnahan, Daniel Hurley, Mark Shanahan, Aaron Cosgrove; Matthew Hanley, Bryan Fitzgerald; Jack Henchy, Michael Sheehan, Sean Garry Scanlon; Scott Leahy, Peter King; Tomás Connolly, Edwin Wixted, John Blake (Capt).
Replacements: Eoin O'Halloran, Rory McMahon, Conor Dennehy, Cillian Reynolds, Mark Fitzgerald, Killian O'Shaughnessy, Niall Gannon, Karl Moloney.
Referee: T O'Donoghue (MAR)
Crescent College seniors will take on Ardscoil Rís on St. Patrick's Day at Thomond Park Stadium in the final of the Munster Schools Senior Cup.
If they are successful the school will be vying for a double title which was last achieved in 2008 by Castletroy College.