Cork Constitution FC

Cork Con FC 1stXV

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Competition: All Ireland League Div.1
1stXV V Lansdowne RFC
Score: 10 - 24 (Con score given first)
Venue: Lansdowne
Date: 08/10/2017
Referee: Mark Patton IRFU
Report:

Cork Constitution lost to Lansdowne on the all-weather track at Lansdowne Road on Saturday. They trailed 14-5 at the interval, but had two players in the sin-bin by that stage.

 

Scott Deasy had given the home side a six point lead by the mid-point of the half from two penalties. However, Constitution hit back with a spectacular try on 21 minutes, as Niall Kenneally and Shane Daly combined to put Ned Hodson in for a try in the corner. Lansdowne added to their tally, when centre Fergal Cleary scored an unconverted try. And Constitution had the two players in the sin-bin, when Deasy added a penalty before the break.

 

In the second period, hooker Kevin O’Byrne scored from a line-out maul on the hour mark, but the difficult conversion was wide, leaving Constitution trailing 14-10. However, Lansdowne dominated the closing stages; a penalty and a try by Deasy in the final minutes closed out the win for the home side.

 

The win leaves Lansdowne on 17 points, second behind Terenure  College on 19 points. Constitution are fifth on 11 points with UCD, while Garryowen are a point better despite losing to Dublin University. Constitution’s next AIL match is against Young Munster at Templehill on 28th October.

 

But the next game is against UCC in the Munster Senior Cup 2nd Round at the Mardyke on 21st October.

Cork Con Team:

S.Daly; L.O’Connell, A.McHenry, N.Kenneally, N.Hodson; T.Quinlan, J.Higgins; B.Quinlan, K.O’Byrne, G.Sweeney; B.Hayes, C.Kindregan Capt.; E.Mintern, G.Lawler, L.Cahill. Replacements: V.O’Brien (6); G.Duffy (3); S.Duffy (16); A.Moynihan (9);  R.Jermyn (11).

Cork Con Scorers:

N.Hodson 1T; K.O’Byrne 1T.

Lansdowne RFC Team:

E.Mills; D.McEvoy, I.Fitzpatrick, F.Cleary, F.Horan; S.Deasy, A.Bennie; P.Dooley, T.Moran, I.Prendiville; O.Dowling, J.O’Rourke; J.Dwan, C.Butterworth, W.Earle. Replacements: J.O’Sullivan (4); C.Rock (9); N.Mpiko (1); H.Brennan (13); P.Dooley (3).

Lansdowne RFC Scorers:

F.Cleary 1T; S.Deasy 1T1C4P.

Competition: All Ireland League Div.1
1stXV V UCD
Score: 18 - 5 (Con score given first)
Venue: Templehill
Date: 30/09/2017
Referee: Stuart Gaffikin IRFU
Report:

Cork Constitution defeated the early-season joint- League leaders UCD, who had a bonus point victory over Dublin University last week

 

Tomas Quinlan was again Constitution’s ace marksman, with five successful goal kicks, to give the home team a 15-0 interval lead. And despite a late score by the students, Constitution held out for a significant victory.

 

Quinlan opened Constitution’s account with a 12th minute penalty, awarded for a scrum infringement, after Frawley had missed a similar opportunity for UCD. A second successful penalty by the out half had Constitution at 6-0 after 19 minutes. Two further penalties, on 25 and 31 minutes, pushed the score on to 12-0. A yellow-card  offence by UCD flanker Alex Penny  in the 38th minute, gave Quinlan a fifth penalty chance, that he duly converted for 15-0 at the interval.

 

Quinlan kicked his sixth penalty from in front of the posts in the 47th minute. A last minute unconverted try by Ciaran Frawley for the students, following a series of mauls near the line, took the bare look from the scoreboard, but still left Constitution as comfortable winners.

 

Terenure College, who defeated St Mary’s, lead the table on 15 points; Lansdowne who crushed Dublin University are second on 13, with Constitution and Garryowen on 11 points each.  

 

Next week Constitution are away to Lansdowne.

Cork Con Team:

L.O’Connell; J.J.O’Neill, N.Hodson; G.Higgins, L.Duffy; T.Quinlan, J.Higgins; G.Duffy, M.Abbott,  G.Sweeney; B.Hayes, C.Kindregan Capt.; E.Mintern, G.Lawler, L.Cahill. Replacements: K.O’Byrne (2); D.Murphy (3); S.Duffy (6); A.Moynihan (11);  M.Clune(10).

Cork Con Scorers:

T.Quinlan 6P

UCD Team:

T.Fletcher; S.Kilgallon, S.Murphy, J.Glynn Capt., T.O’Brien; C.Frawley, N.Peters; R.Mulvihil, M.Moynihan, J.Loughman; B.Cawley, E.McMahon; K.McKenna, A.Penny, R.Foley. Replacements: M.O’Donovan, L.Hyland (3), J.Guy (5), M.Gilsenan, C.Mulcahy.

UCD Scorers:

C.Frawley 1T.

Competition: All Ireland League Div.1
1stXV V Terenure RFC
Score: 35 - 39 (Con score given first)
Venue: Lakelands, Dublin
Date: 23/09/2017
Referee: L.Colgan IRFU
Report:

Cork Constitution worked hard against a very slick Terenure College side to salvage two bonus points – one for four tries, and a second for keeping the margin to four points. However, they will be disappointed to concede 39 points – the highest for some considerable time.

 

On a nice autumn afternoon, and on a perfect Lakelands pitch, we were treated to a rip-roaring match from the two top sides in the AIL League. Constitution conceded a 13th minute try to No.8 Lawlor, converted by O’Neill, but hit back in the 20th minute to level the score with a try by hooker Kevin O’Byrne, converted by Tomas Quinlan.  A 19th minute try by captain Conor Kindregan, converted by Quinlan,  put Con ahead at 7-14; however, the home side reduced the arrears to 10-14 with a penalty by O’Neill  just before the break.

 

Terenure wing Mark Hiney, squeezed in at the corner flag for a try following a 5m line-out, and O’Neill slotted an excellent conversion for 17-14 after 46th minutes. Terenure then threatened to run away with the spoils with two quick tries on the hour mark, from Jake Swain and Cathal Deans, both converted by O’Neill , and Swain added their fifth try in the 65th minute for 14-36.

 

However, Constitution fought to the end and salvaged the losing bonus point with three tries in the final ten, from Brian Hayes, Greg Higgins and Luke Cahill. Gerry Hurley kicked a penalty and the final conversion, but their late heroic effort fell just short with the home winning by four points.

 

After two rounds, Terenure and UCD are on 10 points; Lansdowne are third on 8 points, with Constitution fourth on 7 points. Next week Constitution entertain the other joint-leaders UCD at Templehill; while Terenure go to neighbours St Marys, and Lansdowne visit Dublin University.

Cork Con Team:

L.O’Connor; J.J.O’Neill, Hodson; G.Higgins, G.Duffy; T.Quinlan, J.Higgins; B.Quinlan, K.O’Byrne, G.Sweeney; B.Hayes,C.Kindregan Capt.; E.Mintern, R.O’Neill, L.Cahill. Replacements: M.Abbott (2); G.Duffy (1); S.Duffy (8); G.Hurley (9); A.Moynihan (13).

Cork Con Scorers:

K.O’Byrne 1T; C.Kindregan 1T; B.Hayes 1T; G.Higgins 1T; L.Cahill 1T; T.Quinlan 3C; G.Hurley 2C.

Terenure RFC Team:

J.Swain; M.Hiney, S.O’Neill, T.O’Donoghue, S.Coughlan-  ; M.O’Neill, T.Schmidt; F.Schal Joost, R.Smith, O’Heffernan; A.Thompson, M.Melia; C.Deans, M.Lawlor, E.Joyce. Replacements: A.Clarkin (2); G.Madden (1); K.McCoy ( ); J.Thompson ( ); W.Devane (12).

Terenure RFC Scorers:

M.Lawlor 1T; M.Hiney 1T; J.Swain 2T; C.Deans 1T; M.O’Neill 4C2P

Competition: All Ireland League Div.1
1stXV V Clontarf RFC
Score: 30 - 18 (Con score given first)
Venue: Templehill
Date: 16/09/2017
Referee: G.Conway (IRFU)
Report:

Cork Constitution got their All Ireland League campaign off to a winning start against last season’s finalists Clontarf, at Temple Hill on Saturday. Constitution led 22-10 at the break, and went on to score a bonus-point victory with a fourth second half try.

 

Constitution opened brightly and scored the opening points in the 4th minute with a try by Shane Daly, who finished off a break by hooker Kevin O’Byrne. Tomas Quinlan converted for 7-0. However, Clontarf reduced the arrears with a penalty by Conor Jennings in the 8th minute. Clontarf took the lead in the 17th minute when Matt Darcy finished at the posts, following line-out possession, Jennings added the conversion for 7-10. But Quinlan levelled matters again with a 20th minute penalty.

 

Rob Jermyn gave Constitution the lead with an unconverted try in the 32nd minute in the left corner. Brendan Quinlan scored, following a maul to the line, in the 41st minute. Tomas Quinlan’s conversion left Constitution with a 22-10 lead at half time.

 

Tomas Quinlan extended that lead to 25-10 with a penalty in the 43rd minute, before Conor Jennings struck a penalty for the visitors following a high tackle. Tomas Quinlan scored Constitution’s fourth bonus point try in the 70th minute after a break from Constitution full-back Shane Daly for 30-13.

 

However, Constitution had to withstand some pressure in the final quarter, as Ross O’Neill and Graeme Lawler were both sin-binned, and Clontarf scored an unconverted by Val Abdaladze in the 78th minute.

 

Cork Con Team:

S.Daly; L.O’Connell, A.McHenry, N.Kenneally Capt., L.O’Connell; T.Quinlan, J.Higgins; B.Quinlan, K.O’Byrne, G.Sweeney; B.Hayes,C.Kindregan; G.Lawler, R.O’Neill, E.Mintern. Replacements: M.Abbott  G.Duffy  S.O’Leary  G.Higgins  A.Moynihan.

 

Cork Con Scorers:

S.Daly 1T; R.Jermyn 1T; B.Quinlan 1T; T.Quinlan IT2C2P.

Clontarf RFC Team:

J.Power; R.McGrath, C.Jennings, M.Darcy, S.O’Brien; M.Sutton, S.Cronin; I.Soroka, D.Donnellan, V.Abdaladze; N.Reilly, B.Reilly; A.Ryan, A.Darcy, M.Noone. Replacements: J.Roe  V.Gavin  R.Burke-Flynn  A.Feeney, G.O’Brien.

Clontarf RFC Scorers:

M.Darcy 1T; V.Abdaladze 1T; C.Jennings 2P1C

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Cork Constitution FC 1stXV V UCD 30/09/2017

Competition:All Ireland League Div.1
1stXV V UCD
Score:18 - 5 (Con score given first)
Venue:Templehill
Date:30/09/2017
Referee: Stuart Gaffikin IRFU
Report:

Cork Constitution defeated the early-season joint- League leaders UCD, who had a bonus point victory over Dublin University last week

 

Tomas Quinlan was again Constitution’s ace marksman, with five successful goal kicks, to give the home team a 15-0 interval lead. And despite a late score by the students, Constitution held out for a significant victory.

 

Quinlan opened Constitution’s account with a 12th minute penalty, awarded for a scrum infringement, after Frawley had missed a similar opportunity for UCD. A second successful penalty by the out half had Constitution at 6-0 after 19 minutes. Two further penalties, on 25 and 31 minutes, pushed the score on to 12-0. A yellow-card  offence by UCD flanker Alex Penny  in the 38th minute, gave Quinlan a fifth penalty chance, that he duly converted for 15-0 at the interval.

 

Quinlan kicked his sixth penalty from in front of the posts in the 47th minute. A last minute unconverted try by Ciaran Frawley for the students, following a series of mauls near the line, took the bare look from the scoreboard, but still left Constitution as comfortable winners.

 

Terenure College, who defeated St Mary’s, lead the table on 15 points; Lansdowne who crushed Dublin University are second on 13, with Constitution and Garryowen on 11 points each.  

 

Next week Constitution are away to Lansdowne.

Cork Con Team:

L.O’Connell; J.J.O’Neill, N.Hodson; G.Higgins, L.Duffy; T.Quinlan, J.Higgins; G.Duffy, M.Abbott,  G.Sweeney; B.Hayes, C.Kindregan Capt.; E.Mintern, G.Lawler, L.Cahill. Replacements: K.O’Byrne (2); D.Murphy (3); S.Duffy (6); A.Moynihan (11);  M.Clune(10).

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UCD Team:

T.Fletcher; S.Kilgallon, S.Murphy, J.Glynn Capt., T.O’Brien; C.Frawley, N.Peters; R.Mulvihil, M.Moynihan, J.Loughman; B.Cawley, E.McMahon; K.McKenna, A.Penny, R.Foley. Replacements: M.O’Donovan, L.Hyland (3), J.Guy (5), M.Gilsenan, C.Mulcahy.

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Cork Constitution FC 1stXV V Terenure RFC 23/09/2017

Competition:All Ireland League Div.1
1stXV V Terenure RFC
Score:35 - 39 (Con score given first)
Venue:Lakelands, Dublin
Date:23/09/2017
Referee: L.Colgan IRFU
Report:

Cork Constitution worked hard against a very slick Terenure College side to salvage two bonus points – one for four tries, and a second for keeping the margin to four points. However, they will be disappointed to concede 39 points – the highest for some considerable time.

 

On a nice autumn afternoon, and on a perfect Lakelands pitch, we were treated to a rip-roaring match from the two top sides in the AIL League. Constitution conceded a 13th minute try to No.8 Lawlor, converted by O’Neill, but hit back in the 20th minute to level the score with a try by hooker Kevin O’Byrne, converted by Tomas Quinlan.  A 19th minute try by captain Conor Kindregan, converted by Quinlan,  put Con ahead at 7-14; however, the home side reduced the arrears to 10-14 with a penalty by O’Neill  just before the break.

 

Terenure wing Mark Hiney, squeezed in at the corner flag for a try following a 5m line-out, and O’Neill slotted an excellent conversion for 17-14 after 46th minutes. Terenure then threatened to run away with the spoils with two quick tries on the hour mark, from Jake Swain and Cathal Deans, both converted by O’Neill , and Swain added their fifth try in the 65th minute for 14-36.

 

However, Constitution fought to the end and salvaged the losing bonus point with three tries in the final ten, from Brian Hayes, Greg Higgins and Luke Cahill. Gerry Hurley kicked a penalty and the final conversion, but their late heroic effort fell just short with the home winning by four points.

 

After two rounds, Terenure and UCD are on 10 points; Lansdowne are third on 8 points, with Constitution fourth on 7 points. Next week Constitution entertain the other joint-leaders UCD at Templehill; while Terenure go to neighbours St Marys, and Lansdowne visit Dublin University.

Cork Con Team:

L.O’Connor; J.J.O’Neill, Hodson; G.Higgins, G.Duffy; T.Quinlan, J.Higgins; B.Quinlan, K.O’Byrne, G.Sweeney; B.Hayes,C.Kindregan Capt.; E.Mintern, R.O’Neill, L.Cahill. Replacements: M.Abbott (2); G.Duffy (1); S.Duffy (8); G.Hurley (9); A.Moynihan (13).

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Terenure RFC Team:

J.Swain; M.Hiney, S.O’Neill, T.O’Donoghue, S.Coughlan-  ; M.O’Neill, T.Schmidt; F.Schal Joost, R.Smith, O’Heffernan; A.Thompson, M.Melia; C.Deans, M.Lawlor, E.Joyce. Replacements: A.Clarkin (2); G.Madden (1); K.McCoy ( ); J.Thompson ( ); W.Devane (12).

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Cork Constitution FC 1stXV V Clontarf RFC 16/09/2017

Competition:All Ireland League Div.1
1stXV V Clontarf RFC
Score:30 - 18 (Con score given first)
Venue:Templehill
Date:16/09/2017
Referee:G.Conway (IRFU)
Report:

Cork Constitution got their All Ireland League campaign off to a winning start against last season’s finalists Clontarf, at Temple Hill on Saturday. Constitution led 22-10 at the break, and went on to score a bonus-point victory with a fourth second half try.

 

Constitution opened brightly and scored the opening points in the 4th minute with a try by Shane Daly, who finished off a break by hooker Kevin O’Byrne. Tomas Quinlan converted for 7-0. However, Clontarf reduced the arrears with a penalty by Conor Jennings in the 8th minute. Clontarf took the lead in the 17th minute when Matt Darcy finished at the posts, following line-out possession, Jennings added the conversion for 7-10. But Quinlan levelled matters again with a 20th minute penalty.

 

Rob Jermyn gave Constitution the lead with an unconverted try in the 32nd minute in the left corner. Brendan Quinlan scored, following a maul to the line, in the 41st minute. Tomas Quinlan’s conversion left Constitution with a 22-10 lead at half time.

 

Tomas Quinlan extended that lead to 25-10 with a penalty in the 43rd minute, before Conor Jennings struck a penalty for the visitors following a high tackle. Tomas Quinlan scored Constitution’s fourth bonus point try in the 70th minute after a break from Constitution full-back Shane Daly for 30-13.

 

However, Constitution had to withstand some pressure in the final quarter, as Ross O’Neill and Graeme Lawler were both sin-binned, and Clontarf scored an unconverted by Val Abdaladze in the 78th minute.

 

Cork Con Team:

S.Daly; L.O’Connell, A.McHenry, N.Kenneally Capt., L.O’Connell; T.Quinlan, J.Higgins; B.Quinlan, K.O’Byrne, G.Sweeney; B.Hayes,C.Kindregan; G.Lawler, R.O’Neill, E.Mintern. Replacements: M.Abbott  G.Duffy  S.O’Leary  G.Higgins  A.Moynihan.

 

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Clontarf RFC Team:

J.Power; R.McGrath, C.Jennings, M.Darcy, S.O’Brien; M.Sutton, S.Cronin; I.Soroka, D.Donnellan, V.Abdaladze; N.Reilly, B.Reilly; A.Ryan, A.Darcy, M.Noone. Replacements: J.Roe  V.Gavin  R.Burke-Flynn  A.Feeney, G.O’Brien.

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Cork Constitution FC 1stXV V Shannon RFC 09/09/2017

Competition:Munster Senior Cup 1st Round
1stXV V Shannon RFC
Score:20 - 12 (Con score given first)
Venue:Coonagh
Date:09/09/2017
Referee:S.Kierans (MAR)
Report:

Cork Constitution defeated Shannon in the 1st Round of the re-drawn Munster Senior Cup at Coonagh on Saturday. The original fixtures were re-drawn due to the withdrawal of Thomond from the first schedule.

 

Constitution started last season’s PBC out-half, Aidan Moynihan, in the No.10 shirt, for his first senior outing, and he scored their opening points after 25 minutes. However, that was Constitution’s only score of the half, as Shannon had the better of the early exchanges and led 9-3 at the interval, from three penalties by out-half Conor Fitzgerald.

 

And Fitzgerald brought his side to 12-3 in the 56th minute. A yellow card for a high tackle by scrum half Jack Stafford in the 60th minute, dealt a severe blow to Shannon, as Constitution prop Vincent O’Brien scored a try in the next attack, and Moynihan’s conversion brought Con well into the play with 28 minutes remaining.

 

A penalty by Tomas Quinlan from 24 metres in the 72nd minute gave Constitution a one point lead, and a try in the corner by Quinlan in the 80th minute, which he converted, put a gloss on the final score line.

 

Constitution will be away to UCC, who defeated Cashel, in the second round scheduled for 21st October.

Cork Con Team:

S.Daly; L.Duffy, A.McHenry, N.Kenneally Capt., R.Jermyn; A.Moynihan, J.Higgins; B.Quinlan, M.Abbott, G.Sweeney; C.Kindregan, B.Hayes; S.O’Leary, G.Lawler, E.Mintern. Replacements: V.O’Brien (1), G.Roche, J.Davies, L.Coughlan, T.Quinlan (10), G.Bradley, G.Higgins (12).

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Shannon RFC Team:

S.Fitzgerald; N.Randles, P.Ryan, W.Leonard, E.Moloney; C.Fitzgerald, J.Stafford; C.Glynn, A.Moloney, C.Parker; R.Coffey, S.McCarthy; C.Carmody, K.Brown, L.Nichlas. Replacements: T.Chan, T.Cusack, L.Moylan, E.Fitzgerald, F.McGibney, J.O’Donnell, D.Galvin.

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Cork Constitution FC 1stXV V University College Cork 02/09/2017

Competition:Cork Charity Cup Final
1stXV V University College Cork
Score:21 - 14 (Con score given first)
Venue:Templehill
Date:02/09/2017
Referee:C.Harrington MAR
Report:

Cork Constitution retained the Cork Charity Cup for another season after a well-contested final against University College at Templehill on Saturday. College had the better of the first half exchanges to lead 5-11 at the break. However, the home side fought back to level by the mid-point of the second period, and scored the winning points in the final ten minutes.

 

College burst into an early lead when out half James Taylor scored with a solo effort from 30 metres. Right wing Liam O’Connell levelled the scores in the 16th minute with a fine try in the right corner. Neither try was converted to leave the score at five points each.

 

College had the better of the game up to half time, and Taylor was successful with penalties in the 23rd and 39th minutes, to give the visitors the half time advantage.

 

Tomas Quinlan kicked three penalties in the opening 15 minutes of the second period as Constitution began to dominate, but Taylor tied up the scores at 14 points each on the hour mark with his third successful penalty.

 

Brendan Quinlan won the day for Constitution with a try in the final minutes, and Quinlan’s conversion made the game safe for the home side at 21-14.

 

Munster Branch President, Charlie Buckley, presented the Cup to Constitution captain Niall Kenneally after the game; it was Constitution’s fifth successive victory in the competition.

 

Next week is another major task, with the first round of the Munster Senior Cup in which Constitution meet UL-Bohemian in Limerick.

Cork Con Team:

A.Moynihan; L.O’Connell, P.Buckley, N.Kenneally Capt., G.Higgins; T.Quinlan, J.Higgins; B.Quinlan, M.Abbott, G.Duffy; C.Kindregan Capt., B.Hayes; E.Mintern, R.O’Neill, J.O’Callaghan.. Replacements: J.McHenry, B.Quinlan (3); J.David (1); L.Coughlan (6); G.Bradley, G.Roche, L.Duffy (13).

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University College Cork Team:

L.Murray; K.Slater, C.Bohane, D.Horgan, J.Kiernan; J.Taylor, J.Poland; S.O’Hanlon, M.Shinkwin, R.O’Donovan; C.Barry, D.Moloney; G.Smith, L.McSharry, D.Feeney. Replacements: F.Hennessy (6) C.Slowey (7); D.Collins; B.O’Mahony (5); R.Cassidy (15); J.Ryan, A.Dorgan (9).

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Cork Constitution FC 1stXV V Highfield 25/08/2017

Competition:Cork Charity Cup semi-final
1stXV V Highfield
Score:18 - 10 (Con score given first)
Venue:Model Farm Road
Date:25/08/2017
Referee:
Report:

In the opening game of the season, Cork Constitution overcame a strong Highfield challenge at Model Farm Road on Friday evening, to reach the Cork Charity Cup Final, in which they will meet UCC next weekend. In a keenly contested encounter, Constitution led 8-0 at the interval from a 10th minute penalty kicked by Tomas Quinlan, and his conversion of a 37th minute try by skipper Connor Kindregan, following a blind-side break by Jason Higgins from a 5-metre scrum. Quinlan missed that conversion, and also a 41st minute penalty which rebounded from a post.

 

Constitution started the second half strongly, and added to their tally immediately when Kindregan again touched down at the posts following an excellent break by scrum half Jason Higgins. Quinlan’s conversion pushed Constitution to 0-18 after 42 minutes. And he added a drop goal on 55 minutes to consolidate his side’s superiority. A try by No.8 Miah Cronin on the hour mark was no less than the home deserved, and a second unconverted try by Paul Stack in the 73rd minute closed the deficit to 10-18, but Constitution held out for the win.

Cork Con Team:

L.O’Connell; B.Galvin, G.Higgins, N.Kenneally Capt., R.Jermyn; T.Quinlan, J.Higgins; B.Quinlan, M.Abbott, G.Sweeney; C.Kindregan, B.Hayes; G.Lawler, R.O’Neill, E.Mintern. Replacements: G.Roche, G.Duffy, D.Murphy, J.O’Callaghan, G.Bradley, A.Moynihan, L.Duffy.

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Highfield Team:

L.Kingston; D.O’Sullivan, P.O’Toole, D.Houlihan, B.Murphy; B.O’Hea, C.Bannon; J.O’Callaghan, D.O’Hea, I.McCarthy; D.O’Connell, F.O’Sullivan; C.Gallagher, J.Duffy, M.Cronin. Replacements: D.Healy, P.Butler, M.O’Donnell-Fitzgerald, C.O’Sullivan, E.Earls, P.Stack.

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