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AIB League – Home Wins The Order Of The Day

30th January 2005 By Munster Rugby

AIB League – Home Wins The Order Of The Day

Of the fifteen games played in the AIB League over the past weekend, twelve resulted in home wins, there was one draw and just 2 sides, UCD in Division One and Waterpark in Div 2 lost.

Of the fifteen games played in the AIB League over the past weekend, twelve resulted in home wins, there was one draw (Terenure v Dolphin) and just 2 sides, UCD in Division One and Waterpark in Division 2 failed to reap the benefit of home advantage.

The highest score posted was the 76 points scored by Greystones in their Division Three game with Banbridge at Dr. Hickey Park while Belast Harlequins scored 68 points against Galwegians in Belfast where centre WP Strauss scored 33 points courtesy of three tries and nine conversions.

With UCD going down at home to Bayllymena a five point gap has opened between the top four and the chasing pack.

Cork Constitution are eleven points off the leaders after their seven try victory over Co Carlow, a win that saw the return to action of John Kelly who was joined in the Con side by fellow Munster squad members, Tom Bowman, David Pusey and Jim Williams.

AIB Div 1 Cork Constitution 54 – 22 Co. Carlow Belfast Harlequins 68 – 10 Galwegians Clontarf 30 -10 Buccaneers Dungannon 17 – 10 Blackrock College Garryowen 12 – 8 Lansdowne Shannon 25 – 18 Dublin University U.C.D. 9 – 17 Ballymena AIB Div 2 Barnhall 19 – 18 Midleton Malone 21 – 20 D.L.S.P. St. Mary’s College 15 – 9 Old Belvedere Terenure College 13 – 13 Dolphin Thomond 20 18 Bective Rangers U.C.C. 35 – 19 Old Crescent U.L. Bohemians 42 – 31 Young Munster Waterpark 15 – 19 Ballynahinch AIB Div 3 Ards 34 – 26 Corinthians Connemara 34 – 0 Ballina Greystones 76 – 3 Banbridge Old Wesley 13 – 43 Clonakilty Skerries 22 – 18 City of Derry Sunday’s Well 15 – 17 Bruff Suttonians 23 – 21 Instonians Queens University 25 – 15 Portadown

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