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Weekend Results 17/11

18th November 2002 By Munster Rugby

Weekend Results 17/11

Cork Constitution still lead the AIL Division 1 table, after a late come back, saw them defeat Buccaneers 27-23.

Cork Constitution still lead the AIL Division 1 table, after a late come back, saw them defeat Buccaneers 27-23.

Shannon got back to winning ways with a 50-9 win over Terenure. Garryowen made a winning visit to the capital, defeating U.C.D. But, U.L. Bohemian picked up their third bonus point away to Galwegians, but have yet to win. In Division Two, Old Crescent lead the table with maximum points from their three outings. Centenary celebrating Dolphin, Midleton and Young Munster maintained their challenge, while Thomond caused a surprise at Anglesea Road, defeating Old Belvedere 17-12. Waterpark remain in second place in the Third Division, but Highfield’s unbeaten run ended at home to Instonians.

Nenagh Ormond booked their place in the quarter final of the Junior Clubs Challenge Cup with a 24-0 win over St. Mary’s at Corbally.

St. Senan’s missed out on going top in Division One of the Junior League, after Crosshaven ended their unbeaten run with a 17-7 victory. Clonmel recorded their first win with a 31-12 win at Kilfeacle and Thurles are still in search of their first win, after Bandon defeated them 18-10. Douglas are back on top in the Second Division, after their win over Waterford City. They lead Muskerry on points difference. Galbally remain on top of the Third Division after their 6-3 win in Abbeyfeale, but Cashel, Charleville and Presentation are hot on their heels. All the top sides in the Seconds League won, with Garryowen leading the way from Dolphin and Cork Constitution.

There was some high scoring in the Under Twenty League, with the sides on top proving to strong for those in the bottom half of the table. Buccaneers lead from Cork constitution and Garryowen.

Weekend Results:

Heineken Munster Junior League Division 1:

Bandon 18,Thurles 10 Bruff 29,Castleisland 3 Crosshaven 17,St. Senan’s 7 Kilfeacle 12,Clonmel 31 Richmond 21,Clanwilliam 20

Division 2:

Carrick-on-Suir 9,Skibbereen 6 Douglas 49,Waterford City 12 Ennis 26,Kanturk 0 Kinsale 3,Muskerry 15 Tralee 25,Ballincollig 16

Division 3:

Abbeyfeale 3,Galbally 6 Dunmanway 17,Newport 8 Fermoy 13,Presentation 15 Mallow 0,Cashel 48 Newcastle West 0,Charleville 19

Heineken Munster Junior Clubs Challenge Cup:

St. Mary’s 0,Nenagh Ormond 24

Munster Seconds League:

Garryowen 23,Young Munster 18 Highfield 9,Dolphin 18 Midleton 6,Cork Constitution 18 Old Crescent 20,Clonakilty 15 Shannon 26,U.L. Bohemian 12 Sunday’s Well 45,Waterpark 10

Gleeson League:

Cashel 6,Nenagh Ormond 10 Presentation 0,Shannon 57

Junior 2 League:

Bandon 8,Muskerry 0 Crosshaven 13,Cobh Pirates 14 Dolphin 20,Youghal 16 Douglas 6,Cork Constitution 20

Junior 3 League:

Old Christians 12,Bandon 10 Ballincollig 5,Highfield 5

West Munster League:

Tralee 25,Killorglin 22

Under 20 League Division 1:

Bruff 32,Waterpark 7 Galwegians 0,U.L. Bohemian 60 Garryowen 40,Young Munster 3 Highfield 3,Buccaneers 60 Old Crescent 19,Cork Constitution 25 Thomond 5,Corinthians 14 U.C.C. 21,Shannon 10 U.C.G. 7,Sunday’s Well 85

Division 2:

Ballina 7,Thurles 8 Buccaneers “B” 64,Richmond 0 Clonmel 11,Midleton 18 Newcastle West 27,Kilfeacle 3



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