Munster Senior Cup Redrawn

The Munster Senior Challenge cup had to be redrawn today as Thomond were included in the original draw but they will not be competing this year.

Garryowen Shannon and Young Munster were all given home ties in the new draw against Dolphin, Cork Constitution and Highfield respectively.

The first round also threw up some away trips for Limerick Clubs with Old Crescent having to make the journey to Midleton and UL Bohs having to travel to Nenagh.

Bruff will host Sunday’s Well in the opening round with Cahel and UCC to go head to head in Cashel

The first round ties will begin on September 9th with Kick Off times 2:30.

The draw was made today and announced on the Munster website.

http://munsterrugby.ie/domestic\_news/update-bank-of-ireland-munster-senior-challenge-cup-draw/

Here it is in full.

First Round Saturday 9th September:                                                       

1) Cashel v UCC
2) Nenagh v UL Bohemian
3) Shannon v Cork Constitution
4) Bruff v Sundays Well
5) Young Munster v Highfield
6) Garryowen v Dolphin
7) Midleton v Old Crescent

Quarter Finals Saturday 21st October:                                                     

8)  6 v 5
9)  7 v 2
10) 1 v 3
11) Winner of 4 = bye

Semi Finals Saturday 16th December  

12) 11 v 9
13) 8 v 10                                                     

Final Saturday 13th January: 

12 v 13

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