Corinthians end season on a high

Corinthians completed a Connacht double this season when their thirds added the Ard Na Cregg Cup to their league success.

They overcame Our Ladies Boys Club at Corinthian Park with a dominant display, cruising to a 29-0 win.

The home side was quick off the mark when Paddy Long sold a clever dummy before going over in the corner. Try number two came from a counterattack deep in Corinthians' half, and was finished by Stephen O’Reilly who burst through the cover and several tackles to score.

The third try by Declan Loughnane gave Corinthians a 24-0 lead at the break, with Paddy Long adding the conversions. Stephen O’Reilly completed the scoring from a drive over the line to crown an outstanding season for the team, coached by Shane Maher and Colm Conway.

Corinthians: Owen Jordan; Coilín Hegarty, Warren Beattie, Colm Conway, Declan Loughnane; Patrick Long, John Morrison; Daniel Maloney, Jason Barrett, Michael Sampier; Declan Hogan, Colm McHugh; Steven O’Reilly, James Downing, Lorcan Smyth. Replacements from: Simon Flaherty, Aidan O’Connor, Conleth Mullen, Dennis Grealish, Alan Quinn, James Keaveney, Padraig Cuddy, Jamie Kearns, Ricardo Gavaria, Lester Naughton, Micheal Donoghue, Padraic O’Tuairisg, Micheal Ward, Michael Roche, Niall Egan, Patrick O’Shea.

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