Shannon back in the big time while Garryowen progress to 1A semi-finals.
Garryowen are through to the Division 1A semi-finals they saw st mary’s college 48-21 at Dooradoyle.
Munster A winger Liam Coombes was instrumental in the win claiming a hat trick.
The Munster Senior Cup champions will travel to face Lansdowne in the last 4 on Saturday April, 28.
In the same division Young Munster lost out 31-29 in their last game of the season to UCD.
It was to be club stalwart Ger Slattery’s final game with the cookies following an 11-year run in the black and amber.
11 years, over 300 senior appearances for @YoungMunsterRFC,
Caps for Munster, Irish clubs & the Barbarians.
Over 1 million lineouts thrown.
Not a bad run @GerSlattery2 congrats my friend and enjoy your last run out tomorrow..#cookies #legend #iblacks #hanginguptheboots
— Ger Burke (@burkeysmc) April 13, 2018
Shannon are division 1B champions and have been promoted to the tier of Irish club rugby they saw off UCC 40-17.
The competitions most successful side return in division 1A next season. Meaning Limerick will have three representatives in the top division.
That's it. It's all over here in Thomond Park and it's time to celebrate pic.twitter.com/VEKAxrSmHt
— Shannon RFC (@Shannon_RFC) April 14, 2018
While UL Bohemians season will continue as they lost out narrowly to Banbridge on a 32-30 scoreline.
They face Sporting Limerick Charity Cup winners Nenagh Ormond in the 1B/2A promotion/relegation semi-finals as a result of the loss.
In 2B, division Champions Old Crescent ended the season unbeaten with a 28-8 win over Rainey in Rosbrien.
Brendan Guilfoyle’s men finished up their campaign with the most table points, most scored points, most try bonus points, and highest points difference across all 5 UBL Divisions.
Final @UlsterBankRugby Division 2B table.
Old Crescent RFC secured the most table points 83, most score points 635, most try bonus points 13, and highest points diff 353, across all 5 UBL Divisions.
Surely, a candidate for UBL Club of the Year! @IrishRugby @Munsterrugby pic.twitter.com/LJ8ToHfuDL
— Frank Larkin (@LarkinFrank) April 14, 2018
While Thomond will have to settle for a promotion playoff place in 2C following a heavy 38-0 loss to Sligo, who gain automatic promotion.
All over and it’s 38 0 to an excellent @sligorfc side. Play off next week for us
— Thomond RFC (@RFCThomond) April 14, 2018
The soda cakes now face off against Omagh, who inflicted a 19-14 defeat on Bruff on Saturday to resign Eoin Cahill’s men to a relegation playoff
The County Limerick side will now take on the winners of the round robin stages in the 2C relegation/promotion playoffs.