Rugby – Well deserved break for domestic rugby

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10 October 2014; JJ Hanrahan, Munster, kicks a penalty. Guinness PRO12, Round 6, Munster v Scarlets. Thomond Park, Limerick. Picture credit: Diarmuid Greene / SPORTSFILE

screen-shot-2016-11-17-at-10-09-33BOTH THE Ulster Bank League and the Guinness Pro12 take a well earned rest this weekend.
Munster, following their impressive win over the Maori last weekend, will not be in action again until November 26 when they face Treviso at Thomond Park.
Meanwhile the Ulster Bank League takes a weekend off, with round 8 of 18 to take place on November 25 and 26.
Last weekend saw wins for Young Munster and Garryowen in round seven. The two sides will meet in the next round, with a 7.30pm kick off time set for Tom Clifford Park, in what is expected to draw one of the largest crowds in many years.
In Divsion 1B, UL Bohemians secured the second tier bragging rights by defeating Shannon 14-13 last time out. The Robins are flying high in second, while Shannon remain in 10th.
In Division 2B, Old Crescent are holding their own, while Thomond remain in 9th spot. Finally, in Division 2C, Bruff are now eight, on 13 points.