They will face Cork Constitution in the final on the 20th December at Musgrave Park.
Cobh Pirates are the early pace setters in the First Division of the Heineken Munster Junior League after their 43-6 win over St. Mary's. The other promoted club Old Christians nearly caused a major shock, when a try from Ian Ryan in the last minute of injury time, earned Nenagh a 22-19 victory over the Cork side. Holders Bruff began their campaign with an impressive performance in Crosshaven, where they won 19-9.
Thurles and Cashel continue to ride high in the Second Division after big wins again for the second successive week. Thurles defeated Castleisland 45-0 and Cashel scored ten tries in their 72-9 demolition of Kanturk. Kinsale and Dunmanway lead the way in the Third Division, but Abbeyfeale and Presentation began their campaigns in fine style with home wins.
Youth Inter Provincial: Leinster 20-Munster 19
Munster Senior Club League: Dolphin 28-Sunday's Well 6 Shannon 20-U.L. Bohemian 15
Senior Friendly: Clonakilty 19-Waterpark 10
Heineken Munster Junior League Division 1: Clonmel 9-Clanwilliam 11 Crosshaven 9-Bruff 19 Kilfeacle 31-Youghal 15 Nenagh Ormond 22-Old Christians 19 Richmond 14-Bandon 15 St. Mary's 6-Cobh Pirates 43
Division 2: Ballincollig 5-Ennis 13 Kanturk 9-Cashel 22 Muskerry v Waterford City (off) Skibbereen 17-Charleville 0 Thurles 45-Castleisland 0 Tralee 32-Douglas 6
Division 3: Abbeyfeale 25-Newport 7 Dunmanway 6-Fermoy 5 Killarney 29-Carrick-on-Suir 13 Kilrush 0-Mallow 33 Kinsale 13-Galbally 12 Presentation 41-Dungarvan 20
Munster Seconds League Division 1: Cork Constitution 38-Dolphin 8 Sunday's Well 10-U.L. Bohemian 24 Young Munster 3-Garryowen 59
Division 2: Waterpark 13-Midleton 19
Junior 2 League South Division 1: Dolphin 21-Muskerry 7