Midleton won the Junior Three Cup South Final at Musgrave Park with a 5-0 victory over holders Cork Transport. Brian Wall scored the all important try mid way through the first half. (Report By: munsterrugby.ie)
Cork Transport and Midleton will contest the Junior Three Cup South Final. Tries by Eoin McGrath and Phil Smyth and a conversion by Cian Ronayne helped Midleton to a 12-3 away win over Dunmanway-Bantry Bay. Killian McCarthy replied with a penalty for the home side.
Transport had a surprising 12-8 away win over Fermoy. Dave O’Keeffe and Mark Bevan scored tries for the winners and Bevan kicked a conversion. Martin O’Brien replied with a try for Fermoy and Peter Skuse added a penalty. (Report By: munsterrugby.ie)
The Date for the final has yet to be set.
Midleton have beaten Dolphin 27-10 in the Quarter Final of the J3 Cup at Towns Park, Midleton. They will now play Dunmanway-Bantry Bay in the Semi-Final, date yet to be set.
Skibbereen knocked out holders Midleton 55-0 out of the Cork County Cup. David Shannon was their top scorer with four tries, six conversions and a drop goal. Peter Stout, Patrick Ryan, Ger Hurley and Declan Coppinger also scored tries. (munsterrugby.ie)
Kinsale followed up their win over Thomond in the last round with another win over a Senior club side when they recorded an 11-3 home win over Midleton. A try by Joe Lyons and two penalties by Peter Murphy was enough for Kinsale who must now travel to Kilfeacle in the next round next week. Robert Colan-O’Leary replied with a penalty for the East Cork side. (Report By: munsterrugby.ie)
Elsewhere: (Round 4 on)
Kanturk 16 – 5 UL Bohemian
Mallow 31 – 8 Waterpark
Richmond 20 – 12 Newcastle West
St Senans 0 – 29 Cork Constitution
Tralee 13 – 11 Bruff
Garryowen 25 – 24 Young Munster