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.

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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.

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.

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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.

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.

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.

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