All Ireland League Div 2B Greystones 43 – 6 Thomond RFC
The firsts secured a bonus point win over Thomond RFC on Saturday with seven tries in a 43-6 result. Conor Pearse opened the scoring followed by two from Paudie Geoghegan and one each from Jack Keating, Dan Mannion, a lung bursting intercept the length of the field, Bobby Clancy from a shorter two meters and finished on his first AIL game with a try for Matt O’Brien. Killiam Marmion converted 4 out of 7.
Elsewhere Armagh suffered their first defeat of the season away to Wanderers leaving it all to play for next week when we face Armagh with a chance to go to the top of the table
JP Flanagan U20’s Premier 2. Greystones 28 – 17 Buccaneers
The U20’s secured a deserved 28 – 17 win over Buccaneers on Sunday afternoon. Buccaneers, undefeated since the opening round of matches travelled expecting to extend their run but faced a Greystones side playing the type of rugby their coaches knew they were capable of but have not showed often enough this season The final scoreline flattered the visitors who added late tries to close the gap on the scoreboard while the home side dominated much of the game and saw several chances to extend their lead go astray. The Greystones tries came from Darragh Shiel, Matt Dalton, Sean Maloney and Matt O’Brien who followed his try for the first team on Saturday. Matt added two penalties and a conversion
Metro Division 2 and 5:
Division 2: Naas 40 – 8 Greystones 2nd XV
Division 5: CYM 24* – 26 Greystones 3rd XV
Result under appeal by CYM who reported a 27 -26 scoreline.
City of Armagh v Greystones 1st XV: Saturday 28th KO 2:30pm, Palace Grounds
Winters Cup First Round
Old Belvedere v Greystones 3rd XV: Saturday 28th KO 2:30pm Anglesea Road.
Metropolitan Cup first round
Greystones 2nd XV v Terenure: Sunday 29th KO 2:30pm Dr Hickey Park
JP Flanagan U20 Premier 2
MU Barnhall v Greystones U20: Sunday 29th KO 2:30pm Parsonstown
Womens Metro Div 3
MU Barnhall v Greystones Women: Sunday 29th KO 1:00pm Parsonstown