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British & Irish Cup Final

Munster 31 Cross Keys 12

The Munster A team defeated Cross Keys from Wales to win the B&I Cup for the second time at Musgrave Park on Friday evening. Captained by Billy Holland, and containing a further eleven Cork Constitution players, they led 16-12 at half time.

Duncan Williams scored a 12th minute try and Scott Deasy kicked the conversion and two penalties in the first period.

Munster stretched away in a very entertaining second half with tries by Luke O’Dea and Ivan Dineen, the latter a superb team effort. Deasy added a penalty and conversion.

Munster: S.Scanlan; L.O’Dea, I.Dineen, D.Barnes, D.Hurley; S.Deasy, D.Williams; L.Kilcoyne, S.Henry, S.Archer; B.Hayes, I.Nagle; B.Holland Capt., D.O’Callaghan, P.Butler.
Replacements: J.Ryan, D.Fogarty, B.O’Mahony, B.O’Hara, G.Hurley, D.Cusack, J.J.Hanrahan

Cork Constitution FC

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