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Defeat For Munster In Connacht

20th September 2013 By Munster Rugby

Munster completed their Under 20 Inter provincial campaign at the Sportsground in Galway with a third defeat by Connacht.

Munster completed their Under 20 Inter provincial campaign at the Sportsground in Galway with a third defeat by Connacht.

Connacht 16, Munster 10:
All the damage was done in the opening half when Connacht built up a 16-3 half time lead. Gearoid Lyons kicked a penalty for Munster.

A try by captain Jack O’Donoghue and converted by Lyons closed the gap to six points but Munster were unable to penetrate the Connacht defence for another score.

Munster: David Johnston (UL Bohemian); Alex Wootton (Exiles), Dan Goggin (Young Munster), Sam Sterling (UL Bohemian), Greg O’Shea (Shannon); Gearoid Lyons (Shannon), Ryan Foley (Cork Constitution); Mikey Lynch (St. Senan’s/UL Bohemian), Ben Burns (UCC), Rory Burke (Cork Constitution); John Madigan (Dolphin), Patrick Kerns (Shannon); Lee Nicholas (Shannon), Aidan Butler (Shannon), Jack O’Donoghue (Capt.) (UL Bohemian). Replacements: Max Abbott (Cork Constitution), Sean McGee (Shannon), James Maxwell (Cashel), Darragh Moloney (Cork Constitution), Sonny Dwyer (Cork Constitution), Aaron Atkinson (UCC), Ned Hodson (UCC), Adrian Enright (UL Bohemian).

Connacht: Ciaran Gaffney (Galwegians); Mark O’Keefe (Old Belvedere), Rory Parata (Galweigans), Andrew McAleer (Westport), Eoghan O’Reilly (Buccaneers); Sean O’Hagan (Corinthians), Caolin Blade (Monivea); Jacob Walshe (Buccaneers), Scott Flanagan (Buccaneers), Saba Meunargia (Buccaneers); Josh O’Rourke (Buccaneers), Shane Boyle (UL Bohemian); Sam McCormack (Westport), Rory Moloney (Buccaneers), Sean O’Brien (Capt.) (Galweigans). Replacements: Conor Duffy (UCD), Dan McCardle (Galweigans), Andrew Barr (Old Belvedere), Jack Dineen (Galwegians), Paul Hackett (Galweigans), Conor Kerins (Sligo), Ben Carty (Buccaneers), Charlie Ryan (Cill Dara).

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