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BUCCANEERS made it a clean sweep of Connacht Senior League victories when they defeated Corinthians at Corinthian Park, Galway, on Saturday. But, as last week, it took a last move try to secure a hard fought win when the indomitable John Sutton broke Corinthians hearts when he popped over for the vital score.
Buccaneers secured this year's Connacht Senior League title with a clean sweep of victories after Saturday's closely fought 28-25 win over Corinthians at Clonacauneen.
Corinthians were 22-8 victors over local rivals Galwegians in the city derby return leg in UBL division 2A at Cloonacauneen on Friday.
An explosive 15 minute period in the second half ensured Corinthians grabbed a valuable AIB League victory by 24-13 to keep their hopes alive of avoiding relegation from division 2A. Ahead now are three massive games, starting with Queens in Corinthian Park next Saturday.
Corinthians secured a fine 22-14 win against high-flying Banbridge in Cloonacauneen Park on Saturday afternoon.
Corinthians secured a valuable 21-10 Ulster Bank League win over a top-of-the-table Banbridge on Saturday afternoon in Cloonacauneen Park.
orinthians secured a fine win against Malone in Cloonacauneen Park to keep their hopes of retaining their division 2A status for another season.
Corinthians gave themselves a lifeline in the Ulster Bank League when they overcame fellow division 2A relegation strugglers Thomond by 12 - 3 in Fitzgerald Park on Saturday.
Corinthians suffered another defeat on Saturday at home to Cashel RFC, losing by 19-0.
hians will need to keep their heads up when they head to Cashel for Saturday's Ulster Bank League division 2A fixture at Spafield.