PREVIEW: Limerick sides in AIL action this weekend

Young Munster will aim to get their first points of the board after their opening loss to Clontarf by the narrowest of margins. The ‘Cookies’ will travel to Terenure College on Saturday.

Meanwhile, their Division 1A Limerick rivals Garryowen returned home last weekend after a 14-13 defeat to Cork Constitution in Temple Hill and will entertain Lansdowne at Dooradoyle next.

Another Limerick Club that’s looking to get their first win on the board is Shannon after their 22-20 loss at home to Old Belevedere in Thomond Park last week. ‘The Parish’ will make the trip up to Belfast to play Malone at Gibson Park.

Last Friday night saw two Division 2A Limerick Clubs face off to kick off this year’s league under the bright lights of UL. Old Crescent were comprehensive winners over UL Bohemian on a scoreline of 32-8 in front of a decent crowd. Up next for Old Crescent is Dolphin at home in Rosbrien, while ‘The Robins’ will make the long journey to Queens University.

Bruff will wrap up another AIL weekend in Division 2C when they take on Enniscorthy at Kilballyowen Park. The Limerick side enjoyed a nice start to the league when they beat City of Derry away from home in week one.

All-Ireland League Fixtures, Round 2 – Limerick Clubs

Saturday, October 12th

Terenure College v Young Munster, Lakelands Park, 2:30 pm.

Garryowen v Lansdowne, Dooradoyle, 2:30 pm

Malone v Shannon, Gibson Park, 2:30 pm

Queens University v UL Bohemian, Dub Lane, 2:30 pm

Old Crescent v Dolphin, Rosbrien, 2:30 pm

Bruff v Enniscorthy, Kilballyowen Park, 2:30 pm

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