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Corinthians outplayed the Connemara All Blacks on Friday evening in their annual Connacht Senior League game, racking up a 52-5 victory.
Corinthians grabbed their first points of the All Ireland League with a well deserved victory over Clonakilty on Saturday.
It was not all bad news for Connacht rugby at the weekend with the u-19 club side overcoming Munster by 16 -10 on Saturday in Cork.
•Corinthians unbeaten 2nd XV take on the 2006 Junior League champions Westport in Carrowholly this Sunday. After an uninspiring victory away to Corrib last weekend, this is a mouth-watering challenge. In last year's corresponding fixture in Cloonacauneen, the game was won in the final play with a superb 50 metre finish by Ciaran Dolan.
•Few rugby games end scoreless, and when they do it suggests a dull and boring encounter. Yet the weekend’s u-20 league clash between Corinthians and Garryowen was far from sterile, and given the extreme weather conditions, the standard of play was remarkable.
Corinthians moved up two places and within six points of division 2 leaders Lansdowne with a fine win against Old Crescent in Cloonacauneen on Saturday.
An excellent display by outhalf David Smith helped Old Wesley to a well deserved victory over Corinthians at Donnybrook.The home side were on top from the off. After seven minutes Wesley went in for an easy try, with the visitors back line at sixes and sevens the home side fullback Brian Doherty touched down in the corner. Smith converted same.
Corinthians, with a fourth win from their six league outings, face a difficult away assignment this weekend when they travel to Dublin to face league leaders Lansdowne.
A poor weekend for all Connacht rugby clubs in AIB League action.