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Weekend Results And Roundup

25th September 2022 By Leonard Allen

Weekend Results And Roundup

U.L. Bohemian get back to winning ways in the Women’s All Ireland League as progress was made in some County competitions across the Province.

Trailing 12-10 at halftime, U.L. Bohs rallied to defeat Wicklow 27-24 at Ashtown Lane. Rebecca Reilly scored two tries for the winners, and Eilis Cahill, Alana McInerney, and Muirne Wall got one each. Kate Flannery kicked a conversion.

Ballincollig suffered another heavy defeat losing 78-0 away to champions Railway Union.

On the men’s club rugby front Mallow and Clonakilty will contest the Cork County Cup Final after semi-final wins.

Clonakilty defeated Old Christians 31-28 at Rathcooney. Cathal O’Regan, Aaron O’Donovan, and Kieran Howlin scored tries for Clon’ and Eoin Downey kicked two conversions and four penalties. Ryan O’Connell, Liam Carty, and Eoin Gallagher replied with tries for the home side and Conor Dolan added three penalties and two conversions.

Last year’s beaten finalists Mallow defeated Crosshaven 22-0.

Holders Ballincollig have qualified for the O’Neill Cup Final after they defeated Fermoy 31-22. Liam McGarry was the star for Ballincollig contributing two tries, three conversions and a penalty. Robbie McSweeney also scored a try, and they were also awarded a penalty try. Ben Twomey replied with a try, two conversions and a penalty for Fermoy. Jack Duggan and Eoin Lacey also added tries for Fermoy.

Tralee won the McElligott Cup defeating Killarney 29-22 in the final at Killarney. Mikey Lyne scored two tries for the winners and Ben Glavin and Cathal Kearney also added tries. Seamus Lyne kicked four conversions and a penalty.

Castleisland defeated Killorglin 29-22 to win the Galwey-Foley Cup. Darragh O’Shea, Jack Coffey, and Rob Lynch scored tries for Killorglin and Luke O’Shea added two conversions and a penalty.

Chorca Dhuibhne retained the McGillycuddy Cup with a 15-11 win over Listowel.

Below are the results of games played over the weekend.

Energia Women’s All Ireland League: Galwegians 29, Cooke 5;

Old Belvedere 24, Suttonians 7;

Railway Union 79, Ballincollig 0;

Wicklow 24, U.L. Bohemian 27;

Men’s Senior Clubs League North: Garryowen 24, Nenagh Ormond 59;

Shannon 7, Young Munster 40;

Men’s Senior Clubs League South: U.C.C. 64, Cashel 26;

Men’s Cork County Cup Semi-Finals: Crosshaven 0, Mallow 22;

Old Christians 28, Clonakilty 31;

Men’s O’Neill Cup Semi-Final: Fermoy 22, Ballincollig 31;

Men’s McElligott Cup Final: Killarney 7, Tralee 31;

Men’s Galwey Foley Cup Final: Castleisland 29, Killorglin 22;

Men’s McGillycuddy Cup Final: Listowel 11, Chorca Dhuibhne 15;

Men’s North McInerney Cup: Thomond 6, St. Senan’s 9;

Men’s Dennehy Cup Semi-Final: Dunmanway 5, Highfield 26;

Men’s Junior Friendly: Youghal 25, Dungarvan 10;

Under 20 Friendly: Shannon 45, Lansdowne 36;

Boys North Under 15 League Section 1: Thomond-Richmond 17, Garryowen 0;

U.L. Bohemian 31, Nenagh Ormond 10;

Section 2: Ennis 22, Shannon 41;

Newcastle West 40, Newport 22;

Boys North Under 14 League Section 1: Shannon 41, Old Crescent 19;

Boys North Under 13 Development League: Bruff 14, U.L. Bohemian 41;

Ennis Black 24, Young Munster 17;

Newcastle West 12, Garryowen 36;

Shannon Blue 29, Shannon Black 7;

Boys South Under 18 League Group A: Clonakilty 24, Bandon 7;

Boys Schools Under 19 Friendly: C.B.C. 37, St. Mary’s 22;

Boys Schools Under 14 Friendly: P.B.C. 17, C.B.C. 21;

P.B.C. B 15, C.B.C. B 31;

P.B.C. C 34, C.B.C. C 19;

Boys Under 18 Friendly: Cashel-Thurles 10, Clonmel 25;

Cobh Pirates 20, Dungarvan 14;

Highfield 19, Skibbereen 22;

Kinsale 12, Waterpark 12;

Old Christians 24, Carrigaline-Dolphin 35;

Richmond-St. Mary’s 31, Bruff 29;

Boys Under 16 Friendly: Highfield 17, Cobh Pirates 0;

Kinsale 20, Clonakilty 32;

Nenagh Ormond 29, Young Munster 38;

Thurles 7, Clonmel 5;

Boys Under 15 Friendly: Clanwilliam 12, Kilfeacle 10;

Boys Under 13 Friendly: Midleton 30, Cobh Pirates 20;

Girls Under 16 Friendly: Shannon 26, Clonakilty 19;


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