Young Munster ease to Sporting Limerick Charity Cup Final victory over Garryowen


Young Munster simply had too much firepower for Garryowen running out 40-6 winners in last nights Charity Cup Final in The Markets Field.

Young Munster captain accepts the Sporting Limerick Charity Cup trophy.

Young Munster took a 14-7 lead into the break before adding four second half tries whilst keeping their opponents scoreless after the restart.

Match Officials from last nights Sporting Limerick Charity Cup Final.

Young Munster got off to the perfect start with a try from Clayton Stewart in the second minute after an excellent break from Darragh O’Neill. Steven Airey added the extras.

Garryowen winger John Hurley replied with a brace of penalties but that was to be as good as it got for his side. Alan Kennedy had Young Munsters second try to extend their lead.

Steven Airey had the chance to further their advantage but his long penalty attempt on the stroke of half time fell short.

Six minutes after the restart, Young Munster would notch their third try with Evan O’Gorman releasing Derek Corcoran for a try under the posts, Steven Airey made no mistake with the conversion.

New Zealander Stewart effectively ended the game as a contest with his second try with twenty minutes remaining. Airey’s conversion left it 28-6 in favour of the Young Munster.

Munster’s added two more tries courtesy of Daniel Walsh and Airey in the final 5 minutes to secure a well earned victory and regain the crown they won in 2016.

The victorious Young Munster team celebrate with the Sporting Limerick Charity Cup.


Andrew O’Byrne; John Hurley, Bryan Fitzgerald, Paul Clancy, Daniel Hurley; Jamie Gavin, Steven Atkinson; Jack Mullany, Niall Horan, Andrew Keating; Scott Leahy, Dean Moore; Sean Rennison, Shane Brosnahan, Alan Fitzgerald.

Replacements: David Canny, Derry Gleeson, Ben Rowley, Evan Maher, Harry Byrne, Oisin Cooke, Tommy O’Hora.

Young Munster:

Clayton Stewart; Edward O’Keeffe, Derek Corcoran, Evan O’Gorman, Daragh O’Neill; Shane Airey. Jack Lyons; Peter Meyer, Mark O’Mara, Conor Bartley; Tom Goggin, Alan Kennedy; Fintan Coleman, Conor Mitchell, John Foley.

Replacements: Shane Fenton, Gavin Ryan, Alan Ross, Daniel Walsh, Stephen Kerins, Luke Fitzgerald, Paul Allen.


Andy Brace.

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