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Win | Munster Moment Of The Month – April 2018

22nd May 2018 By The Editor

Win | Munster Moment Of The Month – April 2018

UL Bohs captain Fiona Hayes lifts the All Ireland League trophy.

Our April Moment of the Month competition features a superb try in the Guinness PRO14, All Ireland Cup glory for the Bandon RFC U18s and a magnificent double from the UL Bohemians Women’s side.

Our April Moment of the Month competition features a superb try in the Guinness PRO14, All Ireland Cup glory for the Bandon RFC U18s and a magnificent double from the UL Bohemians Women’s side.

Vote for your favourite moment to be in with the chance of winning a three-game Munster Match Pack for the 2018/19 season. View full details of Munster Match Packs here.

The competition closes at noon on Thursday, May 31, with the winner notified that afternoon. See terms and conditions here.


Moment 1 – Dan Goggin try (Southern Kings v Munster)

Dan Goggin’s first try for Munster was the pick of the bunch as the Southern Kings were defeated 39-22 in South Africa. The move started deep inside the Munster half with Ian Keatley, Conor Oliver, Calvin Nash and Rory Scannell all involved with Scannell’s brilliant pass setting Goggin away to score.

Moment 2 – Bandon RFC U18s win All Ireland Cup

Bandon lifted the U18 All Ireland Cup after overcoming Skerries 20-7 at Mullingar RFC as they added the national title to the Bank of Ireland Munster U18 Cup, which they claimed after defeating Skibbereen at Thomond Park.

Jack Crowley scored a try, two penalties and two conversions in the victory with Sean Galvin scoring the opening try as Bandon captured the silverware to cap off an outstanding season for their U18s.

Moment 3 – UL Bohemians Women win the double

The UL Bohemians Women’s team retained the All Ireland League title and Munster Cup this year to cap off another memorable campaign.

UL had won all bar one of their 14 regular season games, claiming 12 try-scoring bonus points in the process, and defeated Old Belvedere 15-0 in the All Ireland League final.

A first-half penalty try set them on their way before winger Laura Sheehan scored the clinching try 17 minutes from time with captain Fiona Hayes lifting the trophy.

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