Munster U18 & U19 set for Interpros this weekend

Munster U18 Clubs and Schools as well Munster U19 are in action this weekend

Munster U18 Schools will be looking to for revenge on Saturday following their opening game defeat to Leinster Schools 34-22 in Donnybrook.

The side captained by CBC’s Cian Hurley will be hoping to continue their winning ways after a 10-9 win over Ulster Schools last weekend at Thomond park.

Munster U18 Clubs side have their first competitive game this weekend against Connacht and will be hoping for a similar Interpro series to last when they won it outright Evan Murphy, of Nenagh Ormond will captain the clubs side for the game on Saturday.

In Murphy’s sides second game of the series they will play host to Ulster at Thomond Park before finishing the series at Donnybrook against Leinster the following weekend.

The Munster U19 side got off to a disappointing start against Leinster last weekend eventually losing out by a point in the end on a scoreline of 13-12. They now make the trip to Galway on Sunday to face Connacht in their second game.

Connacht U19’s got their campaign off to a winning start against Ulster last weekend when they beat the northeners 27-21 so it’s sure to be another tough challenge for this Munster U19 side.


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