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U19 Club Interprovincial Championship

26th September 2008 By Munster Rugby

The Munster U19 Club Side will be looking for a home win tomorrow morning when they take on the Ulster U19s in Dooradoyle at 11.30am. All support welcome.

Munster Team

15. Gavin Nugent (UCC)
14. Simon Zebo (Cork Constitution)
13. Luke O’Dea (Shannon)
12. Pat Parfrey (UCC)
11. Darren Loftus (Dolphin)
10. Cormac O Flynn (Dolphin)
9. Jack Moloney (Cork Constitution)
1. JP Cooney (Garryowen)
2. Paul Molloy (Shannon)
3. Jerry O’Brien (UCC)
4. Dean Landy (Carrick-on Suir) Captain
5. Brian Morrissey (Bruff)
6. Liam Swanton (Clonakilty)
7. Andrew White (Bruff)
8. Brian Walsh (Waterpark)

Replacements From:
Shane Moynihan (Waterpark)
Damien Cahalan (Nenagh Ormond)
Chris Corkery (Ballincollig)
Paul Dooley (Garryowen)
Ed Kelly (UL Bohemian)
Hugh Kelliher (Shannon)
Johnny Buckley (Cork Constitution)
Andrew O’Leary (Cork Constitution)
Harry Fleming (Bandon)

Management Team:
Head Coach – Terry Dillon
Assistant Coaches- Eugene Murnane, Ken O’Connell
Manager- Graham Burns
Physio- Conor Burke
Kit Manager- Harry Ryan

Ulster Team

15. Michael Lawton (Ards RFC)
14. Jeremy Nash (Ballynahinch RFC)
13. Adam McCarthy (Instonians RFC)
12. Jaryd Bennett (Letterkenny RFC)
11.Mark Atkinson (Grosvenor)
10. Robbie Irvine (Ballynahinch RFC)
9. Jonny Patterson (Bristol University)
1. Fergal Lynch (Virginia RFC)
2. Michael Boyd (Queens University RFC)
3. Ryan Hill (Rainey Old Boys RFC)
4. Lewis Jones (Ballynahinch RFC)
5. Jonny Herron (Belfast Harlequins RFC)
6. David McFarland (Glasgow University)
7.Paul Pritchard (Ballymena RFC) Captain
8. Josh Donaldson (Ballynahinch RFC)

Replacements:
16. Mark Hood (Northumbria University RFC)
17. Grant Wattleworth (Donegal Town RFC)
18. Curtis Stewart (Ards RFC)
19. James Simpson (Ballynahinch RFC)
20. Josh Lewis (City of Derry RFC)
21. Josh Pentland (Malone RFC)
22. David Irvine (Malone RFC)

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