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Weather Spoils Weekend Junior Rugby

5th January 2014 By Munster Rugby

Weather Spoils Weekend Junior Rugby

Only four of the scheduled fifteen cup games in Munster went ahead this weekend as the rest were called off due to the weather.

Only four of the scheduled fifteen cup games in Munster went ahead this weekend as the rest were called off due to the weather.

St. Mary’s got back to winning ways with a 27-8 home win over Galbally in the Munster Junior Clubs Challenge Cup. Paul O’Loughlin, Paul McMahon and Ben Martin were try scorers for Mary’s who were also awarded a penalty try. Ben Sargent converted two of the tries and also added a penalty.

Skibbereen made their long trip to Waterpark a winning one as they defeated the home side 25-0. Playing with the advantage of the wind in the opening half three penalties from Ger Hurley and two by David Shannon saw the visitors lead 15-0 at half time. David Shannon and Kieran Shannon added second half tries.

Only one game was played in the Junior Clubs Shield and that saw Castleisland defeat Kinsale 10-7. Mike Cronin scored a try for the Kerry side and Connie Reynolds kicked a conversion and a penalty. Andrew Kelly replied with a try for the visitors which Peter Murphy converted.

Charleville defeated Carrigaline 13-0 in the Martin O’Sullivan Cup. The home side led 8-0 at half time with a try from Paddy Browne and a penalty by Peadar Cronin. Ger Sheehan scored a second half try for Charleville which will see them travel to Ballincollig in the quarter finals.

Cork Constitution defeated Highfield 13-5 in the Munster Seconds League South. Chris McAuliffe scored a try for Con’ and Thomas Quinlan converted and added two penalties. Brian O’Brien replied with a try for Highfield.

Dolphin defeated Old Christians 39-14 to book their place in the second phase of the Munster Junior Two League South. John O’Donovan, Ronan Devine, Adam Sheehan and Stuart Donaldson played a big part in Dolphin’s victory.

RESULTS:
Billy Keating Cup:
Highfield 21, Sunday's Well 10;

Munster Junior Clubs Challenge Cup: St. Mary's 27, Galbally 8;
Waterpark 0, Skibbereen 25;

Munster Junior Clubs Challenge Shield: Castleisland 10, Kinsale 7;

Martin O'Sullivan Cup: Charleville 13, Carrigaline 0;

Munster Seconds League North: Bruff 10, Young Munster 8;

Munster Seconds League South: Cork Constitution 13, Highfield 5;

Junior 2 League South Section A: Dolphin 39, Old Christians 14;

Gleeson League Section A: Newcastle West 20, Galbally 17;

Section B: U.L. Bohemian 3, Fethard 17;

Under 20 South Western Conference Division 2: Bruff 10, Nenagh Ormond 6;

South Under 18 League Section A: Cork Constitution 27, Sunday's Well 10;

Section 2: Clonakilty 15, Kinsale 3;
Skibbereen 8, Highfield 14;

South Under 16 League Section 4: Cork Constitution 14, Dolphin 10;

South Under 14 League Section 1: Bandon 17, Kinsale 17;
Clonakilty 27, Dunmanway 21;
Dolphin 31, Ballincollig 31;

Section 2: Mallow 28, Fermoy 0;
Sunday's Well 10, Cobh Pirates 20;

North Under 18 League Semi Final: Bruff 30, Newcastle West 10;

North Under 16 League Semi Final: Bruff 22, Kilrush 0;

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