Just ahead of him in the scoring charts is Greystonesâ00 Ronan Carroll who scored his twelfth touchdown of the campaign in the Wicklow sideâ00s 56-10 demolition of Malone. Full-back David McKechnie also scored, taking his all-time league try tally to 47 in five seasons.
Bective Rangers overpowered Suttonians â00 running out 44-15 winners â00 to ease their relegation worries by moving up to eleventh in the standings. Bective out-half Fergal Campion landed five conversions and three penalties for a 19-point personal haul.
Hooker Matt Crockett, one of the 28 players hoping to make the Irish club international squad for next Fridayâ00s clash with England Counties, scored one of Dublin Universityâ00s four tries in their 30-8 victory at County Carlow.
Young Munster and Clonakilty shared the spoils in a 10-10 draw at Tom Clifford Park, with prop Alan Cotter touching down for the hosts and flanker Tadhg Wright grabbing Clonâ00s only try.
At Rosbrien, Old Crescent proved too strong for Highfield, leapfrogging them into eighth, as full-back Brian Begley notched a try and three conversions in their 38-5 success.
There was some light at the end of the tunnel for Midleton at home to fellow strugglers DLSP, as they ended their seven-match losing streak in the league. Kiwi Tyrone Taiepa kicked 11 points in their 21-17 defeat of â00Salmo.
Out-half Declan Cusack turned in a man of the match display as he converted James Ryanâ00s try and kicked two penalties and two drop goals to steer Thomond to a 19-17 win over promotion hopefuls UCC.
Bective Rangers 44 Suttonians 15, Donnybrook
County Carlow 8 Dublin University 30, Oak Park
Greystones 56 Malone 10, Dr. Hickey Park
Midleton 21 De La Salle Palmerston 17, Towns Park
Old Belvedere 37 Barnhall 19, Anglesea Road
Old Crescent 38 Highfield 5, Rosbrien
UCC 17 Thomond 19, Mardyke
Young Munster 10 Clonakilty 10, Tom Clifford Park