In what was a rather turgid affair, Garryowen edged Young Munster in a 6-3 to leapfrog their local rivals into 3rd place in the table.
All the scores came in the first half through two Neil Cronin penalties with Alan Tynan accounting for Young Munster’s solo score.
Tynan did have a chance to level the game in the second half but his effort agonisingly came back off the upright.
— Luke Liddy (@LOLIDDY2489) November 11, 2017
Sporting Limerick’s Luke Liddy caught up with head coaches Conan Doyle (Garryowen) and Gearoid Prendergast (Young Munster)