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Weekend Results 15/12

17th December 2002 By Munster Rugby

Weekend Results 15/12

Nenagh Ormond and Bruff are now the main contenders for the Munster Junior League First Division title.

Nenagh Ormond and Bruff are now the main contenders for the Munster Junior League First Division title.

Crosshaven are still in contention, but will have to pick up some bonus points in their remaining games if they are to catch the leaders. St. Mary’s and Old Christians failed to move into a promotion place after, they played a 10-10 draw. A result that leaves Douglas still in second place on points difference from St. Mary’s, with Old Christians a point behind.

Galbally have made it eight wins out of eight and lead the Third Division two points ahead of Charleville, with Cashel not out of the running yet.

Garryowen are the new leaders of the Seconds League after their win over Waterpark and an injury hit Cork Constitution side went down to U.L. Bohemian 20-10.

It is turning out to be a four horse race for the three All Ireland qualifying places in the Under 20 League, after all four sides won at weekend. Cork Constitution lead from Buccaneers and Bruff by four points, with Garryowen a further two points behind.

In the Second Division, Newcastle West and Thurles qualified for the play offs from the Northern Section, while in the South Cobh Pirates play Clonakilty and Muskerry entertain Midleton, to see who comes out of this section.

Carrigaline reached their first ever final with a 14-3 win over Old Christians to reach the McCarthy Cup Final.

Munster Junior League Division 1:

Clonmel 15,Thurles 8 Cobh Pirates 11,Youghal 3 Crosshaven 18,Bandon 9 Kilfeacle 19,Bruff 38 Nenagh Ormond 42,Castleisland 0 St. Senan’s 10,Clanwilliam 15

Division 2:

St. Mary’s 10,Old Christians 10

Division 3:

Cashel 41,Dunmanway 3 Dungarvan 12,Charleville 31 Killarney 19,Newport 34 Kilrush 19,Presentation 23 Mallow 7,Fermoy 14 Newcastle West 0,Galbally 8

Munster Seconds League:

Shannon 68,U.C.C. 6 U.L. Bohemian 20,Cork Constitution 10 Waterpark 0,Garryowen 39

Junior 2 League:

Bandon 20,Douglas 3 Dolphin 57,Bantry Bay 5 Muskerry 25,Cobh Pirates 10 U.C.C. 0,Crosshaven 32 Youghal 3,Cork Constitution 6

Junior 3 League:

Clonakilty 47,Sunday’s Well 10

Junior 4 League:

Ballincollig 7,Kinsale 15

McCarthy Cup:

Muskerry 20,Cork Transport 0 Old Christians 3,Carrigaline 14

U20 League Division 1:

Bruff 24,Sunday’s Well 12 Cork Constitution 34,Waterpark 5 Galwegians 0,Buccaneers 67 Garryowen 84,Highfield 0 Old Crescent 20,Young Munster 5 Shannon 3,U.L. Bohemian 27

Division 2:

Kerry 3,Muskerry 21 Newcastle West 13,Monivea 10



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