2017 Charity Cup Fixtures announced

The draw for the 2017 Charity Cup has been finalised with some mouthwatering ties on offer.

There are to be four quarter final matches to be played on the 26th of August involving Limerick sides, as well as one from Tipperary.

Tipperary side Nenagh Ormond will face Limerick side Shannon RFC in Nenagh whilst UL Bohemians and Thomond will meet at Fitzgerald Park.

One of the standout fixtures of the draw will see AIL division 1A sides Garryowen and Young Munsters face off in Tom Clifford park. The final game of the draw see’s Old Crescent face Bruff.

The semi finals will see the winners of Young Munster and Garryowen face either Old Crescent or Bruff, while Nenagh Ormond and Shannon could face Thomond or UL Bohemians on September 2.

The winners of Young Munster and Garryowen will play either Bruff or Old Crescent in the semi final. On the other side of the draw, Nenagh Ormond or Shannon will face Thomond or UL Bohs on the 2nd of September.

The competition serves as a useful opportunity for coaches to bring their squads up to speed as they prepare for the upcoming Ulster Bank League season.

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