Corinthian III claimed the Leinster men’s Intermediate Cup title as they prevailed ahead of Marlay neighbours Three Rock Rovers III last Saturday in Serpentine Avenue on penalty strokes after a feisty arm-wrestle.
Corinthian bounced back to claim the Junior Jacqui Potter Cup ahead of Old Alex in a repeat of last year’s final; Monkstown were too strong for Weston in the U-16 boys final; Mount Anville claimed their first ever U-16 title
Pembroke’s crucial 1-0 win over Trinity confirmed who the playoff side will be at the bottom with Corinthian, North Kildare, Glenanne and Pembroke all safe now; UCD on the brink as Railway and Loreto cling on to outside chance
UCD picked up what could be their most valuable point of the season, drawing 1-1 with Hermes to move a point clear at the top of the women’s Leinster division one table; Railway lost to Loreto while North Kildare picked up a huge three points against Trinity
It remains pretty much as you were at the top of women’s Leinster division one as Railway Union, Hermes, UCD and Old Alex all won while Loreto’s tie with Corinthian was snowed off; Railway and Loreto to meet in Jacqui Potter Cup final
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