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    #16
    https://www.munsterrugby.ie/domestic...-squads-named/
    Nulla semper amicus, servivit mihi, in iniuriam mihi neminem quem non persolvi

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      #17
      Good win for Munster U19s in Thomond Park.Big day personally to see my son come off the bench.
      Its deja vu all over again!!!

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        #18
        Result from today?
        good to get win. Hopefully first of many

        Youths and schoosl named. Great to see two nenagh in 18s including the captain

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          #19
          Munster won 23-13. Were the better team on view only issue was the lineout which can be fixed. Cian Whooley was injured in the first half which was unfortunate. Good kicking performance from Jack Delaney (3 out of 4). Will be tougher against Ulster on Wednesday.

          Pity there were no ARs on duty today, even though they were referenced on the programme. Also could have done with someone on the West side chasing after the balls when they went out today. Apart from that it was a good day.
          Its deja vu all over again!!!

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            #20
            Originally posted by Crescent boy 2 View Post
            Munster won 23-13. Were the better team on view only issue was the lineout which can be fixed. Cian Whooley was injured in the first half which was unfortunate. Good kicking performance from Jack Delaney (3 out of 4). Will be tougher against Ulster on Wednesday.

            Pity there were no ARs on duty today, even though they were referenced on the programme. Also could have done with someone on the West side chasing after the balls when they went out today. Apart from that it was a good day.
            shame no TJs available. Interpros should ideally also have a 4th official as well.

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              #21
              Anyone at 18s interpros in UL today?

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                #22
                Munster U19 v Ulster, Wednesday 21 August, Bangor Grammar School, 12.30pm: Aaron Leahy (CBC); Killian Dineen (Ardscoil Ris), Harry O’Riordan (C) (CBC), Jack Delaney (Crescent College), Conor McMahon (Nenagh RFC); Jamie Shanahan (Skibbereen RFC), John O’Sullivan (Rockwell College); Liam Bishop (Nottingham RFC), Billy Kingston (PBC), Mark Donnelly (CBC), John Moloney (Castletroy College), John Forde (PBC), Fearghail O’Donoghue (Cashel RFC), Jack Kelleher (PBC), Daniel Okeke (Ardscoil Ris).

                Replacements: Joe Rickard (Crescent College), Matt McCarthy (Clonakilty RFC), Craig Finn (St Munchin’s), Will O’Callaghan (Ardscoil Ris), Jack Ward Murphy (Ardscoil Ris), Mark O’Connor (CBC), Alan Flannery (Rockwell College), Tim Hegarty (Old Christians RFC).

                Munster U18 Schools v Ulster, Wednesday 21 August, UL, 3pm: Darragh French (PBC); Conor O’Shaughnessy (St Munchin’s), Will Twomey (Glenstal Abbey), Darragh Casserly (Crescent College), Daniel Hurley (PBC); Alexander Wood (St Munchin’s), Donnacha O’Callaghan (St Munchin’s); Kean Sheehy (St Munchin’s), Luke McAuliff (CBC), Corey Hanlon (CBC), Jason Aherne (CBC), James Morrison (CBC), Sam O’Sullivan (PBC), Dylan O’Connor (Kanturk RFC/CBC), Liam Neilan (St Munchin’s).
                Replacements: Ronan O’Sullivan (CBC), Kieran Ryan (St Munchin’s), Darragh McSweeney (PBC), Dean O’Grady (Crescent College), James O’Donovan (Bandon Grammar), Nick Green (Bandon Grammar), Jack Oliver (Castletroy College), Shane Buckley (CBC), George Coomber (CBC), Sam Hanrahan (Castletroy College).


                Munster U18 Clubs v Ulster, Wednesday 21 August, UL, 1pm: Owen Byrne (Thurles RFC); Ihechi Oji (Douglas/Carrigaline RFC), Luke Doyle (Waterford City), James Finn (Nenagh Ormond RFC), Anthony Castillo (Mallow RFC); Tony Butler (Ennis RFC) (VC), Ethan Coughlan (Ennis RFC); Bradley Aherne (Galbally RFC), Dylan Murphy (Nenagh Ormond RFC) (C), Darragh McCarthy (Cobh Pirates RFC), Edwin Edugobo (Cobh Pirates RFC), Diarmuid Dennehy (Bruff RFC), Conor Moloney (Ennis RFC), Sam Quinlan (Thurles RFC), Jack O’Sullivan (Cobh Pirates RFC).
                Replacements: Thomas Land (Midleton RFC), Daniel McCarthy (Midleton RFC), Kian Regan (Tralee RFC), David Bamidele (Cork Con RFC), Shane Cawley (Waterpark RFC), PJ Cronin (Cobh Pirates RFC), Seamus Lynn (Tralee RFC), Jaymes O’Sullivan (Cashel RFC), Guilherme Patricia Ventura (Highfield RFC), Fabian Loughrey (Sunday’s Well RFC).

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                  #23
                  Tough loss today for the U19s up North today. Conditions difficult with a strong breeze blowing right down the pitch which we had the benefit of in the first half. Only 6 points up at HT (6-0) and the concern was that it wasn't going to be enough. Ulster scored an unconverted try early in the second half and a second shortly thereafter to take the lead for the first time in the match. But on the kick off an unforced error followed by a yellow card for the home team gave our boys some territory and they crossed
                  for an unconverted try to regain the lead. They played some good rugby thereafter but were unable to get the score to close out the game and in the final minutes Ulster got field position inside the Munster 22 but were held out only to concede a penalty under the posts which was duly converted to give the home side a 2 point victory. No injuries from what I could see. Final game away to Leinster on Sunday.
                  Its deja vu all over again!!!

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                    #24
                    So both 18s have a win and a loss after two games. Schools play Leinster and Clubs Connacht in their final games.

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                      #25
                      Youths beat Connacht 36-10
                      19s lost 49-14

                      19s 1 win from 3.
                      Youths 2 wins from 3.
                      Schools losing half time to Leinster in final game 17-14

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                        #26
                        Under 19s comprehensively beaten by Leinster yesterday. First 30 minutes was close but 2 tries in as many minutes at the end of the first half blew the game open and an early try in the 2nd half ended the game as a contest. Munster played well at times in the second half but Leinster were clinical in their execution of opportunities particularly on turn over ball. Munster not helped by the loss of Cian Whooley in their first game against Connacht which resulted in a total rejigging of their back line, and some injuries in the pack in the Ulster game on Wednesday. Based on what I saw over the past week or so were probably the second best team in the competition. Great experience for the group of players and hopefully they will push on from here.
                        Its deja vu all over again!!!

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                          #27
                          Originally posted by Crescent boy 2 View Post
                          Under 19s comprehensively beaten by Leinster yesterday. First 30 minutes was close but 2 tries in as many minutes at the end of the first half blew the game open and an early try in the 2nd half ended the game as a contest. Munster played well at times in the second half but Leinster were clinical in their execution of opportunities particularly on turn over ball. Munster not helped by the loss of Cian Whooley in their first game against Connacht which resulted in a total rejigging of their back line, and some injuries in the pack in the Ulster game on Wednesday. Based on what I saw over the past week or so were probably the second best team in the competition. Great experience for the group of players and hopefully they will push on from here.
                          What players impressed you for leinster?

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