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 in the final of the South Under 19 Development Cup Final. The match was played in Pres, Wilton in front of a good sized crowd and they weren’t disappointed as Midleton scored some fantastic tries and ran out deserved winners on a scoreline of 33 points to 17.
Midleton finished their campaign with a 24-16 home win over Old Wesley bit it was not enough to keep the East Cork in Division 2A next season. A Paul Daly penalty gave Midleton a 3-0 interval lead. Late tries from Aidan McCarthy, Robert Colan-O’Leary and Gearoid Collins all converted by Colan-O’Leary earned the home a victory but it was not enough to avoid relegation. (Report By: munsterrugby.ie)
Tries: A.McCarthy, G.Collins, R.Colan-O’Leary
Cons: R.Colan-O’Leary (3)
Pens: P.Daly (1)
Banbridge 58 De La Salle Palmerston 0, Rifle Park
Bective Rangers 14 Cashel 17, Donnybrook
Corinthians 53 Seapoint 10, Corinthian Park
Greystones 26 Queen’s University 10, Dr. Hickey Park
Highfield 10 Galwegians 26, Woodleigh Park
Old Crescent 33 City of Derry 46, Rosbrien
Terenure College 33 UCC 19, Lakelands Park
Midleton: 15 A.Bisto, 14 J.Hitchmough, 13 D.Smyth, 12 G.Colbert, 11 J.Ryan, 10 P.Daly, 9 B.Morris, 8 A.McCarthy, 7 D.O’Sullivan, 6 J.P.O’Connor, 5 F.McSwiney, 4 R.Lehane, 3 G.Sweeney, 2 D.Lee, 1 K.Brierley (c)
Replacements: 16 M.Sinclair, 17 B.Gill, 18 J.Silke, 19 D.Gee, 20 S.Hennessey.
City of Derry: Steven Jefferson, Sam McCauley, Peter McFeely, David Houston, Chris Cooper, Richard Baird, Stephen Corr, Stephen Ferguson, Simon Logue, Richard McCarter, William McCleery, David Funston, Chris Barber, David Graham, Simon Logue.
Replacements: David Ferguson, Chris Shields, Gareth Beatty, Ryan Campbell, Jack Caithness.
Cashel 10 Terenure College 29, Spafield
Galwegians 24 Banbridge 27, Crowley Park
Old Wesley 48 Highfield 15, Donnybrook
Queen’s University 27 Bective Rangers 39, Dub Lane
Seapoint 13 Old Crescent 36, Kilbogget Park
UCC 14 Corinthians 17, the Mardyke
De La Salle Palmerston 10 Greystones 23, Kirwan Park (played on Friday)
Remaining AIL Fixtures
Sat 13th April, Midleton v Old Wesley