Old Christians had to come from 24-8 down to beat Mallow at Rathcooney 27-24. Mallow led 17-8 at half time with tries from Tom Gardner, Michael Sweeney and Sam Holt. Andy Cashman kicked one conversion. Dave Heaphy replied with a try for Christians and Stuart Lee kicked a penalty. Tim Fitzgerald extended Mallow's advantage with a try and Cashman converted for a 24-8 lead. Christians rallied in the final ten minutes with tries from Dave O'Driscoll, Aidan Ware and Mark Gleeson and two conversions by Lee.
In Division Two of the Munster Junior League Newport won their first game of the campaign with a 16-8 away win over Ennis. Damien Forde scored a try for Ennis and Dylan Tynan-O'Mahony added a penalty.
Thurles defeated Killarney 27-0 with tries from Shane Moloney, Conor Cooney and Eoghan O'Dwyer. O'Dwyer added three conversions and two penalties.
Presentation recorded a 26-10 away win over Youghal with two tries from Alan Daly and one each from Greg Airey and Barry Twomey. Airey kicked three conversions. Ronan O'Sullivan replied with a try for Youghal and Keith McCarthy kicked a conversion and a penalty.
A try, conversion and penalty from Ciaran O'Connor was not enough for Killorglin who lost at home to Bandon 29-10.
In Division Three Dungarvan defeated Ballincollig 9-5. Conor Foley kicked three penalties to put Dungarvan 9-0 ahead but a try by Andy Coughlan for Ballincollig secured a losing bonus point that was enough to give them the title.
Abbeyfeale finished level with Ballincollig on points after their 45-0 away win over Fermoy. Mike Morrison, Kieran McCarthy, Jake Quirke, Daniel Ward Micheal Roche, Brian Murphy and Matt Behan all scored tries for Abbeyfeale. David Collins kicked four conversions and Behan one.
It is Ballincollig who go up as champions as a result of their 13-9 league win over Abbeyfeale back in December.
Tries from Brendan O'Connell and Graham Murray helped Douglas to an 18-0 away victory at Scariff. Eoin Philpott kicked two conversions and a penalty.
Clonmel defeated Kilfeacle 15-0 in the Junior Clubs Challenge Cup with five penalties from Conor Cooney.
St. Mary's overcame Newcastle West 19-13. A try by Greg Barry and a conversion and two penalties by Ben Sergeant put Mary's 13-0 ahead, Newcastle West hit back to level with a try from John Sheehan and a conversion and two penalties from Micheal Roche. Sergeant kicked two late penalties to send Mary's through to the next round.
Cork Constitution defeated Bruff 26-22 in the quarter final of the Munster Seconds League with a last minute converted try. Robert Jermyn, Eamon Singleton, Yasin Browne and Mark O'Mahony scored tries for Con' and Cyprian Jouve added three conversions. Andrew Breen, Gary Leonard were Bruff's try scorers who were also awarded a penalty try. Barry Enright kicked a penalty and a conversion.
Kinsale and Cobh Pirates will contest this year's Mick Barry Cup Final. Kinsale defeated Old Christians 33-11. Fintan Lawton scored two tries and four conversions for the winners and Padraig O'Connor, Dan McAleer and Mark O'Connell were Kinsale's other try scorers.
In the other semi final Cobh Pirates defeated Mitchelstown 12-10. Ian Jones kicked four penalties for Cobh and Patrick Molloy replied with a try, conversion and a penalty for the home side.
Bandon defeated Clonakilty 26-0 in the Kelly Cup with tries from Gerry Crowley, Pat Prendergast, Giles Murphy and Ross Bateman. Andrew Willis kicked three conversions.
Cork Constitution were the only Munster side to win in the Frazer McMullen All Ireland Under 20 Cup quarter finals. They defeated Greystones 24-0 at Temple Hill. Sonny Dwyer, Darragh Moloney and Liam O'Connell scored tries for Con' and Thomas Quinlan kicked a conversion and three penalties. Con will now face Lansdowne in the semi finals next Saturday at Temple Hill.
U.C. D. defeated U.C.C. 20-13 at the Mardyke and Bruff lost away to Terenure College 32-7.
Munster Junior Cup: Dolphin 7, Cashel 42;
Old Christians 27, Mallow 4;
Munster Junior League Division 2: Ennis 8, Newport 16;
Killorglin 8, Bandon 29;
Thurles 27, Killarney 0;
Youghal 10, Presentation 26;
Division 3: Dungarvan 9, Ballincollig 5;
Fermoy 0, Abbeyfeale 45;
Scariff 0, Douglas 18;
Munster Junior Clubs Challenge Cup: Clonmel 15, Kilfeacle 0;
St. Mary's 19, Newcastle West 13;
Munster Seconds League Quarter Final: Cork Constitution 24, Bruff 22;
South Mick Barry Cup Semi Finals: Kinsale 33, Old Christians 11;
Mitchelstown 10, Cobh Pirates 12;
Dave Dineen Cup: Iveragh 26, Mallow 23;
Kelly Cup: Clonakilty 0, Bandon 26;
South Junior 3 Cup: Sunday's Well 12, Dunmanway- Bantry Bay 31;
Frazer McMullen Under 20 Cup: Cork Constitution 24, Greystones 0;
Lansdowne 44, Buccaneers 3;
Terenure College 32, Bruff 7;
U.C.C. 13, U.C.D. 20;
South Under 18 Cup: Bantry Bay 3, Highfield 21;
Kinsale 19, Cork Constitution 7;
Mallow 18, Sunday's Well 37;
South Under 18 Development Cup: Bandon 22, Fermoy 13;
Ballincollig 20, Dunmanway 0;
Skibbereen 33, Dolphin 12;
South Under 16 Cup: Sunday's Well 3, Highfield 9;
Bantry Bay 10, Dolphin 7;
Kinsale 3, Midleton 7;
Mallow 10, Skibbereen 26;
South Under 16 Development Cup: Muskerry 0, Bandon 24;
South Under 14 Cup: Ballincollig 14, Mallow 31;
Bandon 29, Skibbereen 7;
Cobh Pirates 22, Clonakilty 7;
Midleton 5, Kinsale 10;
South Under 14 Development Cup: Crosshaven 5, Cork Constitution 26;
Douglas 34, Fermoy 0;
Sunday's Well 27, Bantry Bay 42;