A 33-21 victory over St Mary’s College at Temple Hill hoisted Cork Constitution to the head of affairs in the AIB League after the second series of matches.
A 33-21 victory over St Mary’s at Temple Hill hoisted Cork Constitution to the head of affairs in the AIB League after the second series of matches.
Division One newcomers Belfast Harlequins maintained their 100% record with a 17-0 win over Blackrock in Deramore Park while Ballymena also kept their unbeaten record winning 12-8 against Lansdowne in Dublin and Buccaneers saw off the Co Carlow challenge on a 23-15 final scoreline.
In Lakelands, a late Dermot O’Sullivan try, converted by Killian Keane saw Garryowen edge out a youthful Terenure side, 22-15.
Elsewhere, there were wins for Clontarf (46-29) over U.C.D. and Dungannon, 26-20, at home to Ul Bohs.
Results. – Division Two: – Barnhall 3-13 Dolphin.
D.L.S.P. 10-29 Young Munster.
Dublin University 7-13 Midleton.
Greystones 23-45 Old Crescent.
Portadown 11-18 Old Belvedere.
Sunday’s Well 6-20 Bective Rangers.
Thomond 15-22 Malone.
U.C.C. 16-8 Ballynahinch.
Division Three: – City of Derry 13-13 Suttonians.
Corinthians 24-15 Banbridge.
Instonians 22-13 Ballina.
Old Wesley 12-24 Clonakilty.
Skerries 3-17 Highfield.
Waterpark 17-11 Monkstown.
Connemara 6-0 Wanderers.
Queens University 11-7 Naas.