Munster 20s team for game against Sale tonight has been named
Munster U20 XV: Darren Sweetnam, Rob Jermyn, Harry McNulty, James McInerny, Alex Lynch, Tom Kiersey, Brian Haugh, Niall Horan, Will Foley, Brian Scott, Sean McCarthy, John Madigan, Jamie Kind, Jack O’Donoghue, John Fitzgerald (Captain). Replacements: Max Abbott, Cian O’Donnell, Dave Hartnett, Cronan Greeson, Darren Ryan, Ben Nugent, Shane O’Leary, Darragh McNamara, Darragh Mulcahy, Rory Scannell, Dave O’Connell.
3 games on this weekend ahead of the interpros starting friday week
u20: Munster v Bruff, Kilballyowen Park, 7.30
u19: Munster v Connacht, Jim Slattery Park, 6.30
u18 Youths Interpro: Munster v Exiles, Thomond Park, 12.30
video footage of 19s over in england v irish exiles 19s/20s
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surprised there isnt more than 1 youths player starting
there is a couple of lads from munster in connacht squad: rory parata, dylan mcgagh and aidan butler
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Anyone in particular you think should be starting from the youths? I heard enright gone up to the 20's so with the two others gone up that would have been 4 youths.
munster have named their side that will play bruff tonight in bruff
Munster XV: Conor Kearns, Darren Sweetnam, Harry McNulty, Shane O'Leary, Adrian Enright, Tom Kiersey, Ben Nugent, Niall Horan, Max Abbott, Brian Scott, Ross McCarthy, John Madigan, Cronan Gleeson, Darren Ryan, John Fitzgerald (Captain). Replacements: Cian O'Donnell, Darragh Mulcahy, Dave Hartnett, Jamie Kind, Dean Nolan, Brian Haugh, Alex Lynch, Rory Scannell, James McInerney.
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Munster youths team to play the exiles tomorrow has been named
Munster XV: Dylan Horgan (Highfield), Eathon Moloney (Nenagh Ormond), Kieran Duggan (Highfield), Mark Dorgan (Highfield), Joe White (Clonakilty), Fionn McGibney (Garryowen), Ronan O’Halloran (Ennis), Brendan Quinlan (Clanwilliam), Stephen Shine (Young Munster), Eoghan Green (Sunday’s Well), Aaron Hogan (Youghal), Conor O’Sullivan (Kanturk), Darragh Power (Waterpark), Connell Dodd (Waterpark), Idris Raibi (Skibbereen) (Captain). Replacements: Gareth Molloy (Waterpark), Eoin O’Carroll (Tralee), Cian Tierney (Bruff), Philip Poillot (Clonakilty), Eamon Costello (Bruff), Ben Betts (Young Munster), Peter Ryan (Nenagh Ormond), Luke O’Leary (Sunday’s Well).
Irish Exiles XV: Joe Carolan, Alex Corry, Matthew Killeen, Seaghan Davey, Kieran Joyce, Sean O’Hagan, Jack Cullen, Will Troughton, Kieran Smith, Marc Cook, Kiernan Treadwell, Adam Kelly, Josh Lyons, Charlie Green, Lorcan Dow. Replacements: Alex Watts, Niall Brown, Dan Pym, Joe Doyle, Harry Reilly, Connor Murphy, Declan Williams, Jack Lowbridge
19's beat Connaught 16-13 Connaught scored converted try last play of the game. I think 20's won by 30 odd points
exiles u18s beat munster youths 31-28 in thomond today
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Munster U20 **, Bruff nil.
I suppose it reflected the fact the Munster team has been together all summer, while Bruff are presumably just running out, but it was a tad one sided, particularly with a Bruff player being yellow carded and two or three tries being put through them in that period.
This has been reported as 17, nil on the Munster rugby Board. and I amend this to reflect the official notice.
I heard Leinster beat that Italy side 17 to 7.
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Munster a schools play the youths in the next week, i think, which should be an interesting game.
a schools getting bit more work done ahead of interpros and are training a few times a week for next few weeks having only trained once a week for most of the summer
99, shane appears to be doing well. what do you think his position is? he was a 10 originally but has mainly played in the centre with munster. Is he a 12/13 or will he go back playing 10 more often?
Teams for tomorrows 18s schools interpro http://www.munsterrugby.ie/domestic/news/10764
Munster: Ben Riley (Rockwell College); Cormac Blake (Crescent Comprehensive), Jack Boland (Glenstal Abbey), Ben Kilkenny (St. Munchin’s), David St Ledger (Presentation Brothers College); Morgan Carey (Presentation Brothers College), Stephen McCarthy (Presentation Brothers College); Liam O’Connor (Christian Brothers College), Sean McNulty (Rockwell College), Luke O’Halloran (St. Munchin’s College); Mike O’Donnell (Crescent Comprehensive), Liam McMahon (Crescent Comprehensive); Denis O’Connell (Rockwell College), Frank Bradshaw Ryan (Ard Scoil Ris), Dylan Lane (Presentation Brothers College).
Replacements: Ed Barry (Crescent Comprehensive), Gearoid Lyons (Crescent Comprehensive), Conor Flanagan (Presentation Brothers College), Steve McMahon (Rockwell College), Edward O’Keeffe (St. Munchin’s College), Thomas Quinlan (Christian Brothers College), Robbie Deegan (Ard Scoil Ris), J.J. O’Neill (Crescent Comprehensive), Greg O’Shea (Crescent Comprehensive), Aidan Moynihan (Rockwell College), Stephen Fitzgerald Ard Scoil Ris);
Connacht: Cathal Evans (St Joseph's Patrician College, Galway); Finn Stoneman (Coláiste Éinde, Galway), Conor Lowndes (Coláiste Iognáid, Galway), Dwayne Corcoran (Rice College, Westport), Paddy Glavey (Glenstal Abbey); Sean Tobin (Rice College, Westport), Jason Mitchell (St Joseph's Patrician College, Galway); Conor Kyne (Coláiste Chroí Mhuire. Spiddal), Pat O'Toole (Sancta Maria College, Louisburgh), Craig Hansbury (Calasanctius College, Oranmore); Aaron Broderick (St Joseph's Patrician College, Galway), Peter Claffey (Portumna Community School); Evan Galvin (Marist College, Athlone), Kevin Hastings (Scoil Muire agus Padraig, Swinford), Jack Codyre (Garbally College, Ballinasloe). Replacements: Ciaran Gavin (Cistercian College Roscrea), Colin Joyce (St Joseph's Patrician College, Galway), Cathal Laheen (Holy Rosary College, Mountbellew), Rory Murphy (Ballinrobe Community School), Mark Kelly (Cistercian College Roscrea), Colin Keane (Presentation College, Headford), Sean Doyle (Moate Community School), Harry Hughes (Marist College, Athlone), Sean Dempsey (Marist College, Athlone).
Not sure what Munster where Munster want to play him, but they seem to have settled on the Waterpark lad this year.
BTW, how is Cronan coming along thsi year. Was very impressed last year.
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Munster beating Connacht 13-6 at halftime in u18 schools interpro
Leinster beating Ulster 33-5 in the other game
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Munster won 23-15
How did the Ulster game finish?
McMahon finds extra gear for Munster
By Barry Coughlan
Thursday, September 06, 2012
Munster Schools 23 Connacht Schools 15
The Munster U18 schools side got their interprovincial campaign off to a winning start when they just about proved too good for a competitive Connacht side at sun-drenched Musgrave Park yesterday.
Connacht will look back with regret having failed to make use of decent possession while, crucially, Munster took the try-scoring chances that came their way.
In a forgettable first half, Gearoid Lyons kicked Munster ahead with a penalty but Dwayne Corcoran quickly levelled for the visitors.
Munster made a big breakthrough with the game’s opening try when they scorned an opportunity to kick for goal, and from the lineout ball full-back Stephen Fitzgerald got in for the touchdown which Lyons converted. Dogged Connacht stuck in and Corcoran kicked two penalties to Lyons one and the gap was down to 13-9 at the half-time.
Corcoran kicked another penalty early in the second half but Connacht were rocked when they conceded an intercept try to Steve McMahon. The Rockwell centre gathered 60m out and was fast enough to go all the way.
Corcoran gave Connacht hope again with a 59th minute penalty but Lyons responded with another successful kick three minutes later and Munster held out for the win.
Munster take on Leinster at Thomond Park on Wednesday (3pm) for what looks a winner-take-all clash following their 10-try 68-5 victory over Ulster at Donnybrook yesterday.
MUNSTER: S Fitzgerald (Ard Scoil Ris); R Deegan (Ard Scoil Ris), S McMahon (Rockwell), JJ O’Neill (Castletroy College), G O’Shea (Crescent College, captain); G Lyons (Crescent College), B Riley (Rockwell); L O’Connor (Christian Brothers College), L O’Halloran (St. Munchin’s), L McMahon (Crescent College); D Lane (PBC), M O’Donnell (Crescent Comprehensive); M Carey (PBC), D St Ledger (PBC), C Blake (Crescent College).
Replacements: S McCarthy (PBC) for McMahon (25), S McNulty (Rockwell College) for St Ledger (44), J Boland (Glenstal Abbey) for McNulty (51), D O’Connell (Rockwell) for O’Halloran (55), F Bradshaw Ryan (Ard Scoil Ris) and E O’Keeffe (St Nessan’s) for Lane and Fitzgerald (both 60), E Barry (Crescent Comprehensive) for Riley (69).
CONNACHT: C Evans (St Joseph’s Patrician College, Galway); F Stoneman (Coláiste Éinde, Galway), C Lowndes (Coláiste Iognáid, Galway), D Corcoran (Rice College, Westport, captain), P Glavey (Glenstal Abbey); S Tobin (Rice College, Westport), J Mitchell (St Joseph’s Patrician College, Galway); C Kyne (Coláiste Chroí Mhuire. Spiddal), P O’Toole (Sancta Maria College, Louisburgh), C Hansbury (Calasanctius College, Oranmore); A Broderick (St Joseph’s Patrician College, Galway), P Claffey (Portumna Community School); E Galvin (Marist College, Athlone), K Hastings (Scoil Muire agus Padraig, Swinford), J Codyre (Garbally College, Ballinasloe).
Replacements: C Laheen (Holy Rosary College, Mountbellew) for Galvin (29-30 temp). Laheen for Hansbury (35), M Kelly (Cistercian College Roscrea), H Hughes (Marist College, Athlone) for Claffey and Stoneman (both 44), C Gavin (Cistercian College Roscrea) for O’Toole (49), S Doyle (Moate Community School) for Evans (54), R Murphy (Ballinrobe Community School) for Hastings (57), C Keane (Presentation College, Headford) for Tobin (60).
Referee: N Connell (IRFU).
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Munster u20s team to play Connacht
Munster: Darren Sweetnam (Bandon Grammar); Rob Jermyn (Midleton), Harry McNulty (Dub University), Rory Scannell (Dolphin), Adrian Enright (Abbeyfeale); Tom Kiersey (Waterpark), Brian Haugh (Young Munster); Niall Horan (Crescent Comp), Will Foley (Dolphin), Brian Scott (UCC); Sean McCarthy (Shannon), John Madigan (Charleville); Jack O'Donoghue (U.L. Bohemian), Darren Ryan (Young Munster), John Fitzgerald (PBC).
Replacements: Max Abbott (PBC), Cian O'Donnell (Cashel), Dave Hartnett (PBC), Jamie Kind (Dolphin), Dave O'Connell (UCC), Ben Nugent (UCC), Shane O'Leary (Young Munster), James McInerney (Garryowen), Reserve: Cronan Gleeson (Shannon)
Munster 19s to play Ulster
David Johnston (Rockwell); Cillian Ansbro (Youghal), Dan Goggin (St. Munchin's), Ned Hodson (Midleton College), Cormac O'Donnell (St. Munchin's); Shane Airey ( St. Munchin's), Ryan Foley (CBC); Rory Burke (CBC), Ben Burns (Castletroy), Charlie Slowey (CBC); Lee Nicholas (St. Munchin's), Darragh Moloney (CBC): Diarmuid Dee (Crescent Comp.), Oisin O'Mara (Kilfeacle), Sonny Dwyer (Rockwell) capt.
Replacements: Liam Cronin (Castletroy), Aidan Slattery (PBC), Conor Glynn (Ard Scoil Ris), Patrick Kearns (Ard Scoil Ris), Jack Dineen (Crescent Comp), Aaron Atkinson (Garryowen), Greg Barry (Crescent Comp), JJ McDonnell (Castletroy).