Wanderers defeated Clogher Valley 21-7 in their opener at the Aviva Stadium and next up for the Leinster champions is a visit to Kanturk on Saturday 5th April.
There were no upsets in the Munster Junior Cup with some big score lines being recorded.
Holders Garryowen advanced to Round Three with a 55-3 home win over Thurles. Geoff Ryan and Alex Wotton scored three tries each for Garryowen; Ethan Moloney got two and Cian Leahy one. Eamonn Connolly kicked four conversions and four penalties. Eoghan O'Dwyer kicked a penalty for Thurles.
St. Senan's defeated Nenagh Ormond 21-10 to set up an away tie against Garryowen in the next round. David Webb and Eamon O'Donoghue scored tries for Senan's and Declan Rowe kicked two penalties, drop goal and a conversion. Dinny Slattery replied with a try, conversion and a penalty for Nenagh.
Cork Constitution overcame Tralee 18-14 at Temple Hill. Three penalties from Kieran Crowley to two by Thomas Quinlan gave Tralee a 9-6 half time lead. Aidan O'Donovan extended the Kerry side's advantage with a try. Tries from Eoin O'Donnell on 62 and 70 minutes and a conversion by Quinlan saw the home side advance to a home tie against Clonmel.
The Tipperary side defeated Highfield 22-18. Conor Cooney scored a try, conversion ad two penalties to give Clonmel a 13-10 interval lead. Highfield were awarded a penalty try and Colm Downes kicked a conversion and a penalty. Two Cooney penalties extended the Tipperary side's advantage but a try from Brian Carroll and a Downes penalty closed the gap to a point. A fifth penalty from cooney in the final minute ended Highfield's hopes for another season.
Muskerry proved too strong for Kinsale winning 28-22. Muskerry had tries from Lorcan Collins, Jonathan Buckley, Joe Tracey and Shane Murphy with all four converted by Buckley. Kinsale replied with tries from David Kingston, Damien Kozik and Sean Kingston and Sean Kingston kicked two conversions and a penalty.
Old Christians just edged out Waterford City 25-24. Stuart Lee, Dave O'Driscoll and Alan Duggan scored tries for the winners and Lee added two conversions and two penalties.
Clonakilty defeated Midleton 37-14. Peter Shallow scored two tries for Clonakilty, Ciaran Calnan, JD O'Mahony and Eoin O'Neill also scored tries and Calnan kicked two penalties and three conversions.
Two tries from Niall Clohessy and a Scott O'Sullivan conversion was not enough for Youghal who lost at home to Skibbereen 43-12. Richard Burns and Cian Keegan each got two tries for Skibbereen and Michael Calnan and Niall Hurley one apiece.
Dolphin were the biggest winners on the day beating Killorglin 67-5. Sean McKeown scored three tries for the winners, Andrew O'Leary and Diarmuid Keogh got two, Chris Bannon, Johnny Leary and Killian O'Keeffe got one each. Tommy Duggan kicked seven conversions and Bannon a drop goal. Noel O'Reilly replied with a try for Killorglin.
Killarney lost at home to U.C.C. 23-3. Dave O'Riordan scored a try, conversion and two penalties for the students and Steve Dinan and Jack Robertson also got tries. Paudie Sheahan kicked a penalty for Killarney.
Castleisland defeated Clanwilliam 10-6 in their final league game in Division Two of the Munster Junior League on Friday night last. Con Reynolds scored a try, conversion and penalty for the Kerry side.
Carrick-on-Suir knocked out holders Abbeyfeale 24-17 with a last minute converted try in the Martin O'Sullivan Cup. David Kiersey, Mick Carroll and Sean Cuddihy were Carrick's try scorers and Charlie Boland kicked three conversions and a penalty The holders had tries from Robert Brown and Michael Roche both converted by David Collins and Tom Hassett added a penalty.
Bandon booked their place in the O'Neill Cup final with a 44-0 away win over Crosshaven. Cathal Crowley and Kevin Lucey scored two tries for Bandon and Jack Murphy and Christian Mulcahy got one each. Richard Walsh converted all six tries and added two penalties.
In the Junior 2 Cup South Cork Constitution made amends for last week's defeat in the League by Corca Dhuibhne with a 16-9 victory. Dave Clark scored a try for Con' and Simon Barry converted and also kicked three penalties. Shane Griffin replied with three penalties for the Kerry Gaeltacht side.
Two late penalties from Dave Eustace helped Highfield to a 20-14 away win over Mitchelstown. Gordon Baylor and Jack Newton scored tries for the visitors and Eustace converted both.
All Ireland Provincial League Championship: OLBC Galway 7, Kanturk 13;
Wanderers 21, Clogher Valley 7;
Munster Junior Cup: Clonmel 22, Highfield 18;
Cork Constitution 18, Tralee 14;
Dolphin 67, Killorglin 5;
Garryowen 55, Thurles 3;
Killarney 3, U.C.C. 23;
Kinsale 22, Muskerry 28;
Midleton 14, Clonakilty 37;
Nenagh Ormond 10, St. Senan's 21;
Waterford City 24, Old Christians 25;
Youghal 12, Skibbereen 43;
Munster Junior League Division 2: Castleisland 10, Clanwilliam 6;
Martin O'Sullivan Cup: Carrick-on-Suir 24, Abbeyfeale 17;
O'Neill Cup Semi Final: Crosshaven 0, Bandon 44;
South Junior 2 Cup: Cork Constitution 16, Corca Dhuibhne 9;
Dolphin 35, Kanturk 0;
Dungarvan 5, Clonmel 35;
Mitchelstown 14, Highfield 20;
South Dave Dineen Cup: Shandon 24, U.C.C. 16;
Kelly Cup: Mallow 10, Kinsale 9;
All Ireland Under 17 Semi Final: Waterpark 18, Galwegians 20;
South Under 18 Cup: Crosshaven 12, Cork Constitution 27;
Highfield 27, Muskerry 12;
South Under 18 Development Cup: Old Christians 10, Mitchelstown 29;
South Under 16 Cup: Kinsale 27, Kanturk 10;
Midleton 12, Cork Constitution 0;
Dolphin 17, Old Christians 16;
South Under 14 Development Cup: Cork Constitution 28, Mitchelstown 7;
Highfield 28, Kanturk 27;