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Ulster Bank League: Results Round-Up

Ulster Bank League: Results Round-Up

Full-back Tomas Quinlan amassed 20 points as Cork Constitution emerged as 35-17 bonus point winners over Terenure College this afternoon, with the result moving them into third place in Ulster Bank League Division 1A.

ULSTER BANK LEAGUE RESULTS: Saturday, March 26

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DIVISION 1A:

CORK CONSTITUTION 35 TERENURE COLLEGE 17, Temple Hill
Scorers: Cork Constitution: Tries: Conor Kindregan, Niall Kenneally, Penalty try, Tomas Quinlan; Cons: Tomas Quinlan 3; Pens: Tomas Quinlan 3
Terenure College: Tries: Jake Swaine, Kevin O’Dwyer; Cons: Jake Swaine 2; Pen: Jake Swaine

HT: Cork Constitution 17 Terenure College 10

Talented young full-back Tomas Quinlan racked up 20 points as he helped Cork Constitution to a 35-17 bonus point victory over Terenure College in the Ulster Bank League.

Quinlan latched onto Darragh Lyons’ chip ahead in the 76th minute to grab the final try of this rescheduled Division 1A tie, with the result pushing Con up to third place in the table.

The Leesiders led 17-10 at the end of a very entertaining first half at Temple Hill. Lock Conor Kindregan burst through from 30 metres out for their opening try in the fourth minute.

‘Nure winger Jake Swaine responded with a well-taken score which he converted himself, and he followed up with a 40-metre penalty for a 10-7 scoreline.

However, Con made big inroads approaching half-time, with centre Niall Kenneally dotting down in the 28th minute after some nice interplay between backs and forwards. Quinlan converted and tagged on a penalty to restore the hosts’ seven-point advantage.

‘Nure captain Kevin O’Dwyer dotted down in the 54th minute to cancel out an early penalty try from Con on the resumption, but Quinlan increased his influence by left-footing two successive penalties through the uprights to complete his 15-point kicking haul.

The former Ireland Under-20 international then reached swiftly to Lyons’ dink through to seal the bonus point for the Corkmen, who are well-placed to make the play-offs next month with fifth-placed Garryowen now eight points in arrears.

CORK CONSTITUTION: Tomas Quinlan; Aaron Spring, Ned Hodson, Niall Kenneally, Rob Jermyn; Darragh Lyons, Ryan Foley; Gavin Duffy, Max Abbott, Ger Sweeney, Brian Hayes, Conor Kindregen, Graeme Lawler, James Murphy, Luke Cahill.

Replacements: Rory Burke, Brendan Quinlan, Cathal O’Flaherty, Sonny Dwyer, John Poland, Liam O’Connell, Rory Horgan.

TERENURE COLLEGE: Ian Hanly; Matt Byrne, James O’Donoghue, Harrison Brewer, Jake Swaine; James Thornton, Kevin O’Neill; Kieran Moloney, Risteard Byrne, Oisin Heffernan, Michael Melia, Kevin O’Dwyer (capt), John Dever, Niall O’Sullivan, Eoin Joyce.

Replacements: Adam Clarkin, Gary Hamilton, Patrick Thornton, Mark Hiney, Mark O’Neill.

DIVISION 2A:

Nenagh Ormond 6 Cashel 11, New Ormond Park (played on Friday)
Corinthians 21 Banbridge 10, Corinthian Park
Malone 8 Naas 25, Gibson Park
Skerries 5 UCC 32, Holmpatrick
Thomond 5 Queen’s University 54, Liam Fitzgerald Park

DIVISION 2B:

Sunday’s Well 13 Highfield 6, Irish Independent Park (played on Friday)
Armagh 15 Greystones 15, Palace Grounds
Bective Rangers 20 City of Derry 19, Donnybrook
MU Barnhall 20 Rainey Old Boys 19, Parsonstown
Seapoint 15 Dungannon 27, Kilbogget Park

DIVISION 2C:

Boyne 16 Wanderers 19, Shamrock Lodge
Dundalk 16 Midleton 15, Mill Road
Kanturk 20 Sligo 23, Knocknacolan
Navan 10 Old Crescent 31, Balreask Old
Tullamore 8 Bruff 9, Spollanstown