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Celtic Call – Part III

19th September 2002 By Munster Rugby

Celtic Call – Part III

Celtic Call – Part III

SWANSEA 38 ULSTER 10 Swansea: K Morgan (G Henson 49); S Payne, S Winn, S Gibbs (capt, G Henson 3-13, R Jones 80), M Robinson; A Thomas, S Cordingley; D Morris (S Pope 61), C Balshaen (D Colclough 80), B Evans (D Dorsey 61), J Slade, J Griffiths, R Jenkins (J Bater 68), C Charvis, D Thomas (J Thomas 61) Scorers: Tries – S Gibbs, K Morgan, M Robinson, S Payne; Cons – A Thomas 3; Pens – A Thomas 4

Ulster: B Cunningham; J Topping, J Bell (capt, R Constable 60), A Larkin, T Howe; D Humphreys (P Wallace 55), N Doak; J Fitzpatrick (S Best 70), M Sexton (P Shields 55), R Kempson, M Blair, J Davidson (A McWhirter 65-80), W Brosnihan (N Best 39-40), R Nelson (N Best 41), N McMillan Scorers: Try – T Howe; Con – D Humphreys; Pen – D Humphreys Referee: S Leyshon (England)

EBBW VALE 45 CAERPHILLY 25 Ebbw Vale: R Davies; R Shorney, M Ridley (M Rowlands 78), P Matthews, N Wakely; M Meenan, B Shelbourne; A Black (capt), J Evans, K Gay (P Jones 32), O Booyse (P Sidoli 75), N Edwards, K Tuipulotu (R Williams 75), T Morris, W Thomas Scorers: Tries – R Shorney 3, N Wakely, J Evans; Cons – M Meenan 4; Pens – M Meenan 4 Red card: T Morris (18)

Caerphilly: O Ashman; R Howells, J Murphy (R Boobyer 66), S Cox, G Lewis; L Richards, S Tuipulotu; L Manning, C Ferris (capt, F Vunipola 35), R Skuse (D Sweet 63), P Jones (N Rouse 41), M Workman (N Rouse 15-27), S Grainger (A Chilten 70), A Williams (J El Abd 41), G Jones Scorers: Tries – O Ashman, A Williams, S Tuipulotu; Cons – L Richards 2; Pen – L Richards; Dg – L Richards Yellow cards: D Sweet, J El Abd Referee: G Simmonds (Wales)

POOL B

BORDERS 15 CARDIFF 18 Borders: S Paterson; N Walker, S Cranston, K Utterson, C Moir; G Townsend, G Armstrong (capt); P Thomson, S Scott, B Douglas (C Dunlea 66), D Weir, R Metcalfe (C Stewart 72), A Rennick, M Taylor, S Sititi (C Feather 40) Scorers: Tries – N Walker, S Paterson; Con – G Townsend; Pen – K Utterson

Cardiff: R Williams; A Sullivan, J Robinson, P Muller, C Morgan; I Harris, R Powell (R Smith 59); T Payne, G Woods (A Lewis 65), K Fourie, A Jones, J Tait, R Appleyard, D Baugh, M Williams (capt, D McShane 27-36) Scorers: Pens – I Harris 6 Referee: D Pearson (England)

LEINSTER LIONS 23 CONNACHT 26 Leinster Lions: G D’Arcy; D Hickie, K Lewis, D Quinlan (S Horgan 51), J McWeeney; C Warner (A Dunne 58), B O’Meara; R Corrigan (capt), S Byrne (P Smith 58), P Wallace (N Treston 70), L Cullen, M O’Kelly, A McCullen (D Dillon 69), V Costello, K Gleeson Scorers: Tries – K Gleeson 2; Cons – B O’Meara 2; Pens – B O’Meara 3

Connacht: M McHugh; T Robinson, D Yapp, T Allnutt (capt), W Munn; E Elwood, C Keane; D McFarland (R McCormack 61), J Flannery, P Bracken, W Waugh, R Frost, M Swift, J O’Sullivan, P Neville (C Rigney 60) Scorers: Tries – W Munn, C Keane; Cons – E Elwood 2; Pens – E Elwood 3; Dg – M McHugh Yellow card: P Neville Referee: P Adams (Wales).

BRIDGEND 9 PONTYPRIDD 26 Bridgend: M James (A Carter 74); R Mustoe, D James, G Thomas (capt), C Warlow; S Mannix, S Martens; P Booth (C Loader 63), G Williams, J Thiel, Deiniol Jones, A Moore, N Budgett, R Bryan (S van Rensburg 4-9, 63), M Molitika (J Ringer 37) Scorer: Pens – C Warlow 3

Pontypridd: B Davey; G Wyatt, S Parker, J Bryant, M Nuthall; N Jenkins, G Baber (P John 71-77); G Jenkins, M Davies (capt), D Bell, D McIntosh (M Owen 78), R Sidoli, N Kelly, G Lewis, R Parks. Scorers: Try – R Parks; Pens – N Jenkins 7 Referee: I Ramage (Scotland)

NEWPORT 25 GLASGOW RUGBY 31 Newport: S Howarth; M Mostyn, H Luscombe (J Pritchard 63), A Marinos, A Wagstaff; J Strange (M Pini 73), O Tonu’u (D Burn 67); C Jones (R Snow 21), P Young (J Richards 41-44, 56), C Anthony, S Raiwalui (capt), M Voyle, S Ojomoh (A Popham 56), J Forster, A Powell Scorers: Tries – A Powell, J Forster, R Snow; Cons – J Strange 2; Pens – J Strange 2

Glasgow Rugby: S Moffat; J Steel, A Bulloch (A Henderson 68), T Hayes, G Metcalfe; C Howarth, A Nicol (capt, G Beveridge 52); D Hilton, G Bulloch (B Daley 63), L Harrison, N Ross (A Hall 56), J White, G Simpson, D Macfadyen (A Wilson 41), J Petrie Scorers: Tries – T Hayes, S Moffatt, G Simpson; Cons – T Hayes 2; Pens – T Hayes 4 Referee: O Trevor (Ireland)

CELTIC LEAGUE 2002 / 2003 – LEADING SCORERS

TRIES

3 Mark Jones (Llanelli), Rhys Shorney (Ebbw Vale) 2 Mike Mullins (Munster), Mossie Lawlor (Munster), Craig Morgan (Cardiff), Michael Bartlett (Glasgow Rugby), Tommy Hayes (Glasgow Rugby), Stuart Moffatt (Glasgow Rugby), Gordon Simpson (Glasgow Rugby), Denis Hickie (Leinster), Brian O’Driscoll (Leinster), Keith Gleeson (Leinster), Cammy Murray (Borders), Chris Paterson (Edinburgh Rugby), Sione Tuipulotu (Caerphilly), Jason Forster (Newport), Kevin Morgan (Swansea), Shaun Payne (Swansea)

POINTS

44 Brendan Laney (Edinburgh Rugby), Tommy Hayes (Glasgow Rugby) 40 Eric Elwood (Connacht) 36 Jeremy Staunton (Munster) 33 Craig Warlow (Bridgend), Iestyn Harris (Cardiff), Mark Meenan (Ebbw Vale), 31 Kevin Utterson (Borders) 28 Arwel Thomas (Swansea) 26 Lee Jarvis (Neath) 25 Stephen Jones (Llanelli) 24 Brian O’Meara (Leinster) 23 Paddy Wallace (Ulster)

CONVERSIONS

6 Craig Warlow (Bridgend), Jeremy Staunton (Munster), Mark Meenan (Ebbw Vale) 5 Jeremy Staunton (Munster), Luke Richards (Caerphilly), Eric Elwood (Connacht),Tommy Hayes (Glasgow Rugby), Arwel Thomas (Swansea) 4 Lee Jarvis (Neath), Stephen Jones (Llanelli) 3 Iestyn Harris (Cardiff), Andy Dunne (Leinster), Brian O’Meara (Leinster), Brendan Laney (Edinburgh Rugby), Jason Strange (Newport)

PENALTY GOALS

11 Brendan Laney (Edinburgh Rugby) 10 Eric Elwood (Connacht) 9 Kevin Utterson (Borders), Iestyn Harris (Cardiff) 8 Jeremy Staunton (Munster), Tommy Hayes (Glasgow Rugby) 7 Craig Warlow (Bridgend), Neil Jenkins (Pontypridd) 6 Paddy Wallace (Ulster), Brian O’Meara (Leinster), Lee Jarvis (Neath),Arwel Thomas (Swansea)

DROP GOALS

2 Mark Meenan (Ebbw Vale), Mark McHugh (Connacht), Duncan Hodge (Edinburgh Rugby) 1 Shaun Connor (Neath), Jason Strange (Newport), Luke Richards (Caerphilly)

CELTIC CALL is written and produced on behalf of the Unions of Scotland, Ireland and Wales by Westgate Sports Agency.

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