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Can Young Munster move closer to 1993 glory

IT is almost thirty years since that memorable day in Lansdowne Road when a Ger Earls try helped Young Munster to a famous victory over St Mary’s that saw them lift their first and only title in the All Ireland League. Tomorrow they travel to the capital in search of a win that could put them a step closer to the play-offs.
Clontarf on 49 points are in second place in the table and they will be keen to reap more points in their bid for the title. Young Munster are fourth on 37 points but there are a lot of matches to come yet  before April 15th,  when the final games of this league will be played.
At the other end of the table Shannon have been pegging away nicely on 20 points, two behind UCD whom they can leap-frog if they can get a home victory over Dublin University tomorrow. Garryowen travel to UCD encouraged by their victory over Lansdowne in their last game. Back to back wins would be a great boost for the light blues who have shown better form in recent outings.
In 2A Old Crescent travel to Nenagh who are two places ahead of them in the table on 37 points. The Rosbrien are in seventh place with 29 points and they are well capable of getting a victory in this game. UL Bohemians have been having a disappointing campaign. They will entertain Queens University who are top of the table with 44 points this Saturday where a home victory would provide the shock of the season.
In 2C Bruff are in a comfortable fifth position in their league and they are on 31 points. Their opponents in Kilballyowen are league leaders Instonians who have been having a great run with a total of 60 points already chalked up. It’s a difficult fixture for Bruff but with good home support one never knows!

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