Roundup And Results
28th August 2022 By The Editor
Holders Cork Constitution and Highfield will contest the Cork Charity Cup Final next week after both sides advanced in their semi-finals. Cork Constitution defeated Cashel 39-25 at Temple Hill.
Gregg Higgins, Ian Leonard, Jack Kelleher, Aidan Moynihan, and Lamarque D’Arrouzat scored tries for the Temple Hill side and Moynihan kicked four conversions and two penalties.
In an exciting game at Woodleigh Park, Highfield booked their place in the decider with a 24-23 win over U.C.C.; Ben Murphy, Liam Linehan, James Taylor and Darragh Cox scored tries for Highfield and Taylor kicked two conversions. Louis Bruce and Emeka Asiegbu replied with tries for College and Daniel Squires converted both and added three penalties.
In the Sporting Limerick Charity Cup Quarter Finals, Young Munster defeated Garryowen 37-30 at Tom Clifford Park. Donnacha O’Callaghan, Dan Walsh, Ronan O’Sullivan and Conor Hayes scored tries for the winners and Cian Casey kicked two conversions and two penalties, with Evan Cusack adding two conversions and a penalty. Evan Maher replied with two tries for Garryowen and Bryan Fitzgerald got one. Alexander Wood converted all three tries and also added three penalties.
Nenagh Ormond had a surprise 51-0 win over U.L. Bohemian at Annacotty. David Gleeson and Kevin O’Flaherty each scored two tries for the winners and Rob Buckley, Johny Hayes, Nicky Irwin, and Paudie Bourke got one apiece. James Finn kicked four conversions and a penalty.
Old Crescent edged out Bruff 35-21 with tries from Ronan McKenna, Ben Moloney, Ciaran Cusack, Sean Scanlon, and John Toland. McKenna converted all five tries. Mark Fitzgerald scored two tries for Bruff who were also awarded a penalty try.
Midleton booked their place in the final of the Cork Charity Shield against Sunday’s Well with a 31-17 home win over Dolphin. JB Du Toit scored two tries for Midleton and Rian Hogan, Ryan Lehane, and Gearoid Collins got one each. Michael White converted three of the tries. Luke Moloney replied with two tries for Dolphin and Sam Boyle got one. Tomas Quinlan added one conversion.
Sporting Limerick Charity Cup Quarter Finals: Old Crescent 35, Bruff 21;
U.L. Bohemian 0, Nenagh Ormond 51;
Young Munster 37, Garryowen 30;
Cork Charity Cup Semi-Finals: Cork Constitution 39, Cashel 25;
Highfield 24, U.C.C. 23;
Cork Charity Shield Semi-Final: Midleton 31, Dolphin 17;
McElligott Cup Group B: Listowel 3, Castleisland 19;