Under 18’s Advance To ‘Pan’ Semi-Finals

Scrum time between Waterpark and Kinsale on Sunday last.

Scrum time between Waterpark and Kinsale on Sunday last.

Waterpark RFC – Pan Munster Under 18’s

Waterpark 32
Kinsale 13

Waterpark advanced to the semi-final of the competition following this win over Kinsale last Saturday in Ballinakill.

The home side took an early lead with a penalty from out half Molloy when the Kinsale forwards were caught offside.

Waterpark failed to deal with the restart and following a number of phases Kinsale were awarded with three points from a penalty. Molloy soon had the home side ahead with a well struck penalty.

Wing forward Dev Murphy crossed for the opening try of the game when he took a good line from a pass from Jordan O’Regan. Murphy had enough pace to out strip the home defence and dot down with Molloy added the extras.

A well worked move from the backline saw centre James Kiersey score the second try of the game. Waterpark held a 18-3 advantage at the break.

The visitors were first to score in the second half with a penalty from their outhalf. Waterpark upped their performance after this and scored two more tries from prop Tom Swift and second row Jack Walsh. Alex Molloy and Cian Hogan landed both conversions.

Overall a good squad performance, with Tom Swift, Dev Murphy and Jordan O’Regan to the fore. Waterpark will now face defending champions Bruff away next weekend.

Under 15’s League: Dungarvan 0 Waterpark 35

A good win for the under 15 side in Dungarvan last Saturday morning. Again Waterparks running game caused the home side considerable problems.

Under 13’s League: Waterpark 30 Waterford City 10

In a good game of rugby the Waterpark back line had the edge over their local rivals. The home team’s tries came from Billy Doherty, Cathal Scanlon, Alex Cronin, Colman Power. This side now move into the league semi-final.

Next weekend’s fixtures:

1st Away to Clonakitly on Sunday (ko 2.30pm), 2nd Home to Dungarvan on Sunday at Noon, Under-18s Away to Bruff on Saturday at 5.30pm, Under-16s Home to Killarney / Garryowen on Sunday at 1.45pm and Under-14s Away to Nenagh on Sunday at Noon.

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