John Lyons, of Crescent College Comprehensive, in action against Nyoleme Agbanobi and Tom McAllister, of Glenstal Abbey, in their Clayton Hotels Munster Schools Junior Cup first round clash
THE quarter-finals of the Clayton Hotels Munster Schools Junior Cup continue this Wednesday when Crescent College Comprehensive face a trip to Cork to take on Bandon Grammar School.
The last eight clash takes place at Musgrave Park at 2.45pm.
Crescent College earned their place in the quarter-finals of the competition thanks to a 15-5 victory over Glenstal Abbey in the opening round.
The Dooradoyle side laid the foundation for this win over gritty opponents in the opening half after which they held a sizeable 10-0 advantage.
Second row Cian Kirby grabbed the Crescent try, while full-back Conor O'Halloran added a conversion and penalty goal. Crescent also managed a second half try through their lively scrum-half Jamie Duggan.
Crescent's quarter-final meeting with Bandon Grammar School is the second fixture on a Junior Cup double header at Musgrave Park as Rockwell College face Presentation Brothers College at 12.30pm.
The Munster Schools Junior Cup quarter-finals will be completed on Friday when holders St Munchin’s College take on Christian Brothers College at Thomond Park, 2pm, in a repeat of last season's final.
Castletroy College have already booked their place in the semi-finals of the Munster Schools Junior Cup on Tuesday when easing past local rivals Ardscoil Ris 26-15 in their quarter-final tie at Thomond Park.
CRESCENT COLLEGE COMPREHENSIVE Junior Cup Squad: Jamie Duggan, Luke Armstrong, Arthur Cussen, Jonah Colgan, Jack Madden, Ruadhan Quinn, Brian Molloy, Jack Neilan, Liam Kelly, Alan Kirby, Cian Kirby, Oliamposi Basu, John Lyons, Conal Henchy, Sean Farrell, Max Clein, Luke Slattery, David Griffen, Sean Donnarumma, Connor O'Hallloran, Werner Hoffman, Cian O'Halloran, Elvis Duruji, Niall Roche, Joseph McMahon, Kallen McCarthy, Daragh O'Sullivan, Oscar Oliszeweski.
Management Team: Head Coach: Ollie Delaney; Assistant Coaches: Paul Ryan, Ger Moloney: S&C Calem McGrath, Joe Dillion.
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