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Four Teams Remain In The Hunt For Munster Senior Challenge Cup

21st September 2022 By The Editor

Four Teams Remain In The Hunt For Munster Senior Challenge Cup

Reigning champions Young Munster are into the semi-finals of this season's Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup ©INPHO

There are four teams remaining in this season’s Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup.

16 teams started out earlier this month and after two rounds of action, the semi-finalists are now known.

Reigning champions Young Munster will host Cork Constitution while Nenagh Ormond will host Highfield in the second last four encounter.

The Cookies received a walkover from UL Bohemian in the first round before a 10-try performance saw them beat Clonmel 67-7 in the quarter-final.

Cork Constitution beat their Cork rivals Dolphin 51-3 in the opening round at Musgrave Park before securing their passage to the semi-finals as a strong second-half performance saw them dispatch Cashel 32-17 at Temple Hill.

Nenagh Ormond will look forward to a deserved home semi-final tie after they beat Old Crescent 29-10 in Takumi Park in the opening round before more away day heroics saw the Tipperary side knock out Garryowen in Dooradoyle on a scoreline of 28-22.

Highfield, meanwhile, beat Bruff 68-5 in the opening round before a last-minute try from James Taylor earned Highfield a 17-13 win over Shannon in the quarter-final last weekend.

The dates and times of the semi-finals will be announced in due course.

Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup Semi-Finals

Nenagh Ormond RFC v Highfield RFC

Young Munster RFC v Cork Constitution FC

There are four teams remaining in the Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Plate; Midleton, UCC, UL Bohs and Dolphin.

The dates and times of these semi-finals will also be announced in due course.

Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Plate Semi-Finals

Midleton RFC v UCC RFC

UL Bohemian RFC v Dolphin RFC

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