19 Jun, 14:10
Munster Rugby recently held a 'Play Rugby' workshop for sixth class pupils and teachers at Murroe National School, County Limerick.
O’Shea kicked Crescent into the lead after ten minutes with a penalty. Mid way through the half O’Shea was back on the scoreboard with a try which Garoid Lyons converted.
The Crescent center went in for his second try shortly after the break and Lyons converted and O’Shea brought his tally to sixteen with a second penalty.
Pres’ never gave up and in the final five minutes Paddy Hegarty went in for a try and Conor Flanagan who had an excellent game converted and also added a penalty.
Scorers Crescent Comp:Greg O’Shea 2 tries, 2 pens, Garoid Lyons 2 cons. P.B.C.: Padddy hegarty try, Conor Flanagan con, pen.
Crescent Comp: Jason O’Sullivan; Alan Crean, Greg O’Shea, JJ O’Neill, James Beary; Garoid Lyons (capt), Ed Barry; John Tuohy, Cillian Rea, Liam McMahon, Michael O’Donnell, Jay Kavanagh; Rory Noone, James Green, Cormac Blake.Replacements: Robbie Scott, Mark O’Connor, Cian Guerin, Lorcan Russell, Tim Moloney, Eoin Parkes, Jack Hogan.
P.B.C.: Paddy Hegarty; Sandeep Walia, Paul Kiernan, David St. Ledger, Eoin Perry; Conor Flanagan, Hugh O’Keeffe; Patrick Lee, Cian Stanton, Stephen McCarthy; Chris O’Donovan, Jerry Roche; Morgan Carey, Michael Murphy, Dylan Lane (capt). Replacements: Joe Ring, Bryan Traynor, Michael Fitzgibbon, Conor Casey, Conor Murphy, Joe Logue, David O’Sullivan.
Referee: Shaun Curry (M.A.R.)
Ard Scoil Ris 17, St. Munchin’s 10.
Ard Scoil Ris caused a surprise at Clifford Park with a seven point victory over St. Munchin’s.
Ard Scoil Ris raced into the lead with a try from Kelvin Brown after ten minutes and Stephen Fitzgerald converted. Fitzgerald extended Ard Scoil’s advantage with a penalty on the stroke of half time for a 10-0 interval lead.
Ryan Meagher opened Munchin’s account with a penalty but Ard Scoil hit back with a try from Joe Cannon which Fitzgerald converted.
Munchin’s began to take control in the final quarter and were rewarded with a try from Mark Long which Meagher converted.
Despite further pressure by Munchin’s the Ard Scoil Ris defence held firm.
Scorers Ard Scoil Ris: Kelvin Brown, Joe Cannon tries, Stephen Fitzgerald 2 cons, pen. St. Munchin’s: Mark Long try, Ryan Meagher con, pen.
Ard Scoil Ris: Brion Moriarty; Joey Walshe, William Leonard, Shane Fenton, Oscar Lyons; Stephen Fitzgerald, Robbie Deegan (capt); Killian Bracken, Jack O’Halloran, Kelvin Brown; Frank Bradshaw-Ryan, Daniel Wixted; Joe Cannon, Josh O’Halloran, Paul Obande.Replacements: Michael Casey, Adam O’Brien, Ben Sexton, Gavin Farrell, jack English, Niall Goggin, Gordon Brown.
St. Munchin’s: Mark Long; Shane King, Jake Elliott, Colin Duggan, Luke Kennedy; Ryan Meagher, Dylan O’Dwyer; Dean O’Neill, Luke O’Halloran, Sean Duffy; David Begley, Ezra Nugent; Eoghan Brennan, Stephen Collins, Ben Kilkenny (capt).
Replacements: Sean Ryan, Jordan Prenderville, Daniel Cinnamond, Dylan O’Sullivan, Eric Mulcahy, Shane Halpin, Jonathan O’Hanlon, Adam Reddin.
Referee: Will O’Connor (M.A.R.).
Rockwell 0, Castletroy College 20.
Castletroy College advanced to the semi finals with a deserved win over Rockwell at Clanwilliam Park.
Full back Conor Linehan opened the scoring with a penalty for Castletroy after eighteen minutes. Two minutes later John Fox touched down under posts and Linehan converted for a 10-0 lead.
Linehan made it 13-0 on the stroke of half time with a penalty.
Wing forward Pat O’Kane scored their second try on forty five minutes and Linehan converted.
Scorers Castletroy College: John Fox, Pat O’Kane tries, Conor Linehan 2 cons, 2 pens.
Rockwell: William Coffey; Ryan Deeleman, Oisin Leahy, Liam Casey, Lukas Kaminski; Ben Reilly, Joss Murray; Killian Farrell (capt), Sean McNulty, Denis O’Connell; John Smyth, Tim Brophy; Jack Brophy, Eire McCarthy, James Feehan.Replacements: Cormac Looby, David O’Dwyer, Luke Hickey, Luke Keating, Sean Hayes, Cian Flavin, Fionn McCann.
Castletroy College: Conor Linehan; John Fox, Cian Malone, Paul Butler, Rhys Joyce; Mark McCarthy, Rory Cunningham; Conor Humphreys, Robbie Sweeney (capt), Jack Tierney; Jack O’Neill, Robert Larby; Pat O’Kane, Darragh Kennedy, Ronan Murphy.Replacements: Lee Ivory, Jeffrey Deegan, Eoghan Fitzgerald, Kevin Quigley, Ian O’Connor, Ronan Phelan, Stuart Hoare.
Referee: Brian Twomey (M.A.R.)
C.B.C. play Glenstal Abbey in the last quarter final on Thursday 4th March at Temple Hill, kick off 3.00pm.
The draw for the semi finals which are scheduled for Wednesday 16th March –
Crescent Comp. v Winners C.B.C. / Glenstal Abbey.
Ard Scoil Ris v Castletroy College.