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Results & Provincial Rugby Roundup

12th November 2023 By Leonard Allen

Results & Provincial Rugby Roundup

Clonakilty got their first win of the campaign with a 20-18 home win against Newcastle West. Photo Credit: Newcastle West RFC

Mallow are the new leaders in Division 1 of the Munster Junior League, as both Kilfeacle and Thomond recorded their third maximum point wins to go two points behind Mallow, but with a game in hand.

Mallow travelled to Charleville and emerged victorious on a 17-10 scoreline. Dave Breen scored a try for Mallow; Sam Glynn converted and also added a penalty. They were also awarded a penalty try. Jesie Smith replied with a try, conversion, and a penalty for the home side.

Kilfeacle ended Sunday’s Well unbeaten run with a 38-22 home win. Jacques van Wyngaardt and Luke Heuston were the heroes for Kilfeacle. Van Wyngaardt scored three of Kilfeacle’s four tries with Brian Barlow getting the other. Heuston kicked three conversions and four penalties. Finn Mac Fhlannchadha, Ian Casey and Adam Browne replied with tries for the ‘Well and Logan Henry added two conversions and a penalty.

Thomond defeated Bandon 33-16 at the West Cork venue to maintain their excellent start. Ryain Ahern scored two tries for Thomond, Jordan O’Driscoll, Jake Connolly, and Joe Costelloe were their other try scorers. Evan Cusack converted four of the tries. Nico Fernandez kicked two penalties for Bandon and in the final few minutes, then Thomond had two players yellow carded, conceded their first tries of the campaign with Tadgh Galvin and Tom Desmond getting tries for Bandon.

Thurles recorded a 17-0 home win over defending champions Richmond, who are now bottom of the table. Seamus Houlihan and Eoghan Dwyer were try scorers for Thurles and James Maher converted both and also added a penalty.

Skibbereen remain in the top half of the table with a 24-20 home win against Clanwilliam. Kevin Coombes, Daniel Kingston, and a super try by David Shannon were Skibb’s try scorers. Daniel Kitson converted the three tries and also added a penalty. Jack Quinlan, Mark Donovan, and Gavin Downey replied with tries for the Tipperary side and Darragh Burke kicked a conversion and a penalty.

Clonakilty got their first win of the campaign with a 20-18 home win against Newcastle West. Conor Hayes and Dave Jennings scored tries for Clon’. Eoin Downey converted both and also added two penalties. Liam Treacy and Sean Corbett replied with tries for Newcastle West, and Shane Airy added a conversion and two penalties.

A late rally by Muskerry saw them come from 21-6 down to beat Kanturk 30-24 at Ballyanly. George O’Mahony, Tom Griffin and Dave Kiely scored tries for Muskerry, and Rob Cahill converted the three tries and also added three penalties. Kanturk had tries from Conor O’Sullivan, Brian O’Sullivan, and Andrew Vaughan. James Moylan kicked three penalties.

Crosshaven remain on top in Division Two, after they made it four maximum point wins from four with a 33-5 home win over Galbally-Mitchelstown, in a game that also doubled up as a Junior Clubs Challenge Shield tie. Patrick Cotter scored three tries for the Seasiders, Anthony Sheehan and Jason Brady were the other try scorers. Ian Smith and Mikey Collins each kicked two conversions.

Kinsale remain just a point behind Crosshaven after they won a thrilling contest in Tralee with a 38-36 victory. David Looney (2), Sean Coughlan and Robin O’Flynn were the Kinsale try scorers and they were also awarded a penalty try. Dylan Lacey kicked four conversions and a penalty.

St Mary’s maintained their challenge with a 29-12 bonus point victory against Old Christians at Rathcooney. Rob Guerin scored two of the Saints tries, Ross Kelly, Keith Hyland and Cian Clohessy were the other try scorers. Jazz Pendejito added two conversions. Liam Carthy and Dan Kelleher replied with tries for the home side, with Kelleher also adding a conversion.

Fethard defeated Ballincollig 26-12 at the Tipperary venue. Oliver Pearson with two tries, and Robert Wall and Ross McCormack were the Fethard try scorers. Peter Wall kicked three conversions. Conor O’Donoghue and Liam McGarry replied with tries for Ballincollig and Charlie Boland kicked one conversion.

St. Senan’s were 39-15 home winners against Fermoy. Jamie McNamara  (2), James Kennedy, Robert Kelly, Mike Lynch, and Evan O’Gorman were the Senan’s try scorers. Craig Airy kicked three conversions and a penalty. Peter Finn, and Eddie O’Connell scored tries for Fermoy, and Eoin Lacey added a conversion and a penalty.

Cobh Pirates defeated Waterpark 34-24 with two tries from Hamish Timms and one each from Killian O’Connell, and Kevin Murphy. Michael White kicked a conversion and three penalties. Rory Pierce also added a penalty. Willie Walsh got all of Waterpark’s scores  with two tries, a conversion and four penalties.

A try in the last play of the game earned Youghal their first victory as they defeat Abbeyfeale 19-17 at the east Cork venue. Alan Frahill O’Conor, Stephen Kelly and Kelvin Yellop scored tries for Youghal. Nathan O’Halloran kicked two conversions and a penalty. Ronan Quirke replied with two tries for Abbeyfeale and Jack O’Sullivan got one. Jamie O’Sullivan kicked one conversion.

Scariff are the new leaders in Division 3 after their 13-0 away win at Carrick-on-Suir. David Harte scored a try for Scariff and Marc Loughran converted and added two penalties.

Ennis knocked Castleisland off top spot with a 41-24 win on the weekend the club celebrated their centenary. Brendan Keane (2), Dylan Kenny, Jack Scahill, Cian Guilfoyle, Alan O’Shea, and Morgan Garry were the Ennis try scorers. Kenny kicked three conversions. Castleisland replied with tries from Mike Cronin, and Jason Brosnan. They were also awarded a penalty try. Joe Sheehy converted both tries and also added a penalty.

Killorglin moved up to fourth place with a 49-0 home win against bottom side Douglas. Dan Chapman scored two tries for Killorglin, and Tim Riordan, Stephen Cotter, Timmy Lynch, Barry Sheehan, Rob Lynch, Cian Foley and Daire O’Sullivan were the other try scorers. Luke O’Shea kicked two conversions.

Ardscoil Old Boys got their second win of the campaign with 25-10 home win against Dungarvan. Eoin McCabe, Jer Moore, and Luke McGrath scored tries for Ardscoil, and Jamie Moore kicked two conversions and two penalties. Donnacha Dunphy and Eoin Bueneventura replied with tries for Dungarvan.

Waterford City defeated Chorca Dhuibhne 22-10. Aidan O’Neill, Seaghan Walsh, and Matt Garvey scored tries for the Suirsiders. Miky O’Connor kicked two conversions and a penalty. Tomás Ó Sé scored a try for the West Kerry side and Seamus Ó Muircheartaigh kicked the conversion and a penalty.

Results of games played this week.

Munster Junior League Division 1:Bandon 16,Thomond 33;

Charleville 10,Mallow 17;

Clonakilty 20,Newcastle West 18;

Kilfeacle 38,Sunday’s Well 22;

Muskerry 30,Kanturk 24;

Skibbereen 24,Clanwilliam 20;

Thurles 17,Richmond 0;

Division 2:Cobh Pirates 34,Waterpark 24;

Crosshaven 33,Galbally-Mitchelstown 5;

Fethard 26,Ballincollig 12;

Old Christians 12 St. Mary’s 29;

St. Senan’s 39,Fermoy 15;

Tralee 36,Kinsale 38;

Youghal 19,Abbeyfeale 17;

Division 3:Ardscoil Old Boys 23, Dungarvan 10;

Carrick-on-Suir 0,Scariff 13;

Ennis 41,Castleisland 24;

Killorglin 49,Douglas 0;

Waterford City 22, Chorca Dhuibhne 10;

Junior Clubs Challenge Shield:Crosshaven 33,Galbally-Mitchelstown 5;

Senior Clubs League Division 1:Garryowen61,Cashel 14;

Highfield 12,Cork Constitution 26;

Young Munster 24, Shannon 22;

Division 2:Midleton62,Dolphin 19;

U.L. Bohemian 21, Bruff 10;

Womens Division 1 League:Dolphin 7,Tralee 55;

Ennis-Kilrush 12,Shannon-TUS 12;

Skibbereen 7,U.L. Bohemian 36;

Division 2 League:Bruff 33,Thurles 24;

Clonakilty 12,Bantry Bay 51;

Midleton 21,Mallow 17;

North Munster Gleeson League A:St. Mary’s 7, Presentation 31;

St. Senan’s 40,Kilrush 5;

North Munster Gleeson League B:Charleville 0,Thomond 10;

Old Crescent 20,Newcastle West 3;

North Munster Gleeson League C:Clanwilliam 31, Thurles 41;

Fethard 12, Kilfeacle 34;

South Junior 3 League:Cobh Pirates 13, Muskerry 18;

Dolphin 46, Old Christians 8;

Douglas 50, Sunday’s Well 31;

Kanturk 7,Mallow 38;

Youghal 17, Ballincollig 3;

Under 20 Friendly:C.B.C. 41,Cork Constitution 10;

Bank of Ireland Boys U18 League Conference 1:Garryowen 5,Bruff Yellow 36;

Conference 2:Charleville 6,Killarney 36;

Conference 5:Old Christians 30,Carrigaline-Dolphin 26;

Bank of Ireland Boys U16 League Conference 8:Young Munster 15,Garryowen 32;

Conference 15:Nenagh Ormond White24,Ennis White 10;

Newcastle West 0,Dunmanway 30;

Bank of Ireland Girls U16 League Conference 1:Ballina-Killaloe 12,U.L. Bohemian-Garryowen 15;

Bruff 14,Fethard-Thurles 0;

Conference 2:Ennis 33,Shannon 28;

Richmond-Old Crescent28,Kilrush 39;

Conference 3:Ballincollig 0,Dolphin 33;

Conference 4:Dunmanway-Bantry Bay 30,Kanturk 0;

Bank of Ireland Girls U14 League Conference 1:Ballina-Killaloe-Scariff 0,Richmond 30;,

Ennis 32,Garryowen 21;

Conference 2:Cobh Pirates 20,Dolphin-Old Christians 20;

Conference 3:Dunmanway-Bantry Bay 24,Mallow-Mitchelstown 14;

Conference 4:Bruff 24,Old Crescent 17;

Fethard-Thurles 30,Garryowen-Galbally 0;

Tralee-Castleisland 0,Clonakilty 28;

Boys East U14 League Group 1:Cashel 25,Carrick-on-Suir 5;

Group 2:Clonmel 30,Clanwilliam 15;

Boys East U13 League Group 1:Waterpark 20,Galbally 0;

Boys North U13 Development League:Ennis 22,Nenagh Ormond 38;

Garryowen Blue 22,St. Senan’s 24;

Newcastle West 19,Shannon 52;

Thomond-Richmond 19,Old Crescent 34;

U.L. Bohemian 5,Garryowen White 28;

Young Munster 10,Bruff White 12;

Boys South U14 League Group C:Midleton 29,Kinsale 0;

Boys Schools McCarthy Cup B-Pathway 2:Glenstal Abbey 30, Villiers School 0;

Boys U19 Friendly:C.B.C. 9, Cobh Pirates 30;

Boys U18 Friendly:Ballincollig 17, Mallow 23;

Boys U16 Friendly:Bruff 7,Clanwilliam 37;

Fermoy 12,Clonmel 20;

Boys U14 Friendly:Shannon 27,Nenagh Ormond 22;

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