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Week-end wash-out will add to junior fixture backlog

By Aidan Corr
JUST two games were played over the week-end thanks to the visit of Storm Ciara. Adverse weather has certainly disrupted the junior rugby fixture calendar this season and the backlog must be of some concern for the Munster Branch.
Muskerry went top of the second division of the Munster Junior League with a 30-10 bonus point win over Dungarvan and in the same division Kinsale got the better of Fethard and District on the narrow margin of 12-3. Muskerry’s victory sees them lead Old Christians (who have a match in hand) by two points and Dungarvan remain in fourth place while Kinsale’s win puts them just two points behind the two sides above them.
The torrential rain and high winds forced the cancellations of all of the division one games with those involving local side, Abbeyfeale v Newcastle West, Richmond v Mallow, and Thomond v Galbally all falling foul of the weather conditions

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