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14th September 2009 By Munster Rugby


Richmond booked their place in the semi final of the Transfield Cup with a 13-10 win over Garryowen.

Richmond trailed 10-3 at half time with Brian Begley kicking a penalty for the Junior side. A try by Finbarr Hogan converted by Begley levelled the scores and four minutes into injury time Begley landed a penalty to send Richmond through.

Holders U.L. Bohemian are also through to the last four after their 45-5 away win over St. Senan’s. David Moloney scored two tries for the winners and James O’Neill, Ed Rossiter, Luke Holmes, Cathal O’Neill and James Burton all got one each. Mark Egan replied with a try for the Clare side.

Clonmel booked their place in the final of the Garryowen Cup where they will face Galbally after their 23-6 away win over Kilfeacle. Two penalties by Shane Luby had Kilfeacle 6-5 ahead at half time. Robert Carroll scoring a try for the visitors. Clonmel dominated the second half . Two tries by Greg Carroll, two penalties by Conor Cooney and a conversion by Morgan Lyons ensured victory for Clonmel.

Fermoy caused a big upset in the Cork County Cup when the Third Division side knocked out newly promoted First Division side Ballincollig 21-15.
An upset did not look on at half time as Ballincollig led 12-7 with tries from Fergal Tuohy and Vinnie Browne and a conversion by Denis Galvin. Ed O’Connell scored a try for the home side and Thomas McAuliffe converted. Jim Mackessy scored a second try for Fermoy which McAuliffe converted and an intercept try by Shane Collins which McAuliffe converted made sure of victory. Ballincollig’s only reply in the second half was a penalty by Galvin.

Charleville defeated newcomers Shandon 8-0 with all the scores coming in the second half. Shane Corkery kicked a drop goal and Ger Hayes added a try.

Holders Cobh Pirates saw off the challenge of Kanturk 18-13 at the Paddocks. A try by Don McCabe and a conversion and two penalties by Dara Meade had Kanturk 13-10 in front at the break. John O’Malley and Alan Langford scored tries for the home side. Rob O’Donovan put Cobh ahead with a try and Joseph Hoyne completed the scoring with a penalty.

Muskerry overcame Bandon with a 31-20 victory at Ballyanly. Willie Healy scored two tries for the Mid Cork side and Barry Jones, Eoin Keohane and Rob O’Mahony got one each. J.J. Herlihy kicked three conversions. Kevin Brophy, Colm Hurley and Eoin O’Tuama replied with tries for the visitors and Brophy kicked a conversion and a penalty.

Youghal’s good start to the season continued when they defeated Douglas 17-6. Mark Hennessy and Steven Kelly scored tries for the East Cork side and Jonathan Ormond kicked two conversions and a penalty.

Skibbereen defeated Midleton 25-0. Andy McCarthy had the visitors 15-0 ahead at the break with two tries, a conversion and a penalty. Niall Hurley and Peter Mihaere added further tries in the second half.

Old Christians travelled to Mallow and defeated the home side 20-7. Paul McGrath, Aidan Ware and Noel Finneran scored tries for the Rathcooney side and Stuart Lee added a penalty and conversion. Fionn O’Shea replied with a try for Mallow and Brian Morris converted.

Carrigaline booked their place in the semi finals of the Dennehy Cup with a 12-10 win over Bandon. Kieran Kelleher and Dave O’Donoghue scored tries for the winners and Damian O’Halloran kicked a conversion. Giles Murphy replied with two tries for Bandon.

Cork Constitution defeated Dolphin 28-3. Nigel Murphy scored two tries for the Temple Hill side and Rory O’Sullivan, Dave O’Brien and Pat Hughes got one each. Robert Johnson kicked two conversions and Aidan Uniacke replied with a penalty for the visitors.

Highfield are through to the last four with a 15-6 win over Old Christians. Paul Stack scored two tries for the winners and Tommy Upton added a conversion and a penalty. Andy O’Callaghan replied with two penalties for the Rathcooney side.

Dave Sweeny and Kenny Barry scored two tries each in Sunday’s Well 34-10 victory over Bantry Bay. Ian Murphy also got a try for the winners and Barry kicked three conversions and a penalty.

Crosshaven defeated Muskerry 24-12 to reach the semi finals of the O’Sullivan Cup. Conor Martin scored three tries for the winners and Chris Lordan got one. Rory Galvin converted two of the tries.

Holders Kinsale also reached the last four with a 39-7 win over Clonakilty. Fintan Lawton scored three tries for the winners, Kevin Boyd got two and William Crowley and Colm McCarthy got one apiece. Jim Collins kicked two conversions.

Under 20 Interprovincial:
Connacht 19,Munster 15;

Under 18 Club Interprovincial:Connacht 29,Munster 5;

ODM Munster Senior Cup:Bruff 9,Young Munster 16;
Cashel 6,Nenagh Ormond 0;
Clonakilty 10,Shannon 47;
Garryowen 13,Dolphin 18;
Midleton 12,U.C.C. 16;
Sunday’s Well 0,Cork Constitution 39;
Thomond 23,Highfield 11;
U.L. Bohemian 25,Old Crescent 3;

Cork County Cup:Charleville 8,Shandon 0;
Cobh Pirates 18,Kanturk 13;
Douglas 6,Youghal 17;
Fermoy 21,Ballincollig 15;
Mallow 7,Old Christians 20;
Midleton 0,Skibbereen 25;
Muskerry 31,Bandon 20;

Transfield Cup:Old Crescent 14,Young Munster 19;
Richmond 13,Garryowen 10;
St. Senan’s 5,U.L. Bohemian 45;

Garryowen Cup Semi Final:Kilfeacle 6,Clonmel 23;

Dennehy Cup:Bantry Bay 14,Sunday’s Well 34;
Carrigaline 12,Bandon 10;
Cork Constitution 28,Dolphin 3;
Old Christians 6,Highfield 15;

O’Sullivan Cup:Crosshaven 24,Muskerry 12;
Kinsale 39,Clonakilty 7;

Junior Friendly:Newcastle West 17,Killarney 18;
Sunday’s Well 7,Crosshaven 11;

Schools Senior Friendly:P.B.C. 11,C.B.C. 8;

Under 19 Friendly:Ballincollig 12,Sunday’s Well 14;


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