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Galwegians open their AIB League home campaign on Saturday when they host Ulster outfit Dungannon at Crowley Park (2.30pm).
Galwegians face another tough away fixture on Saturday against Ulster’s Ballymena in the third AIB League division one encounter.
Old Wesley came up trumps against Corinthians in a bruising encounter at Donnybrook on Saturday.
Corinthians had a try by winger Dave Murphy three minutes from time to thank for getting them out of jail against Sunday’s Well at a cold but sunny Cloonacauneen on Saturday. The hosts produced their worst performance of the season in front of a good home crowd as they struggled to match the visitors’ superior work rate and aggression. The Cork side entered the contest with a solitary win from five outings while Corinthians started with their only defeat coming in their last game against Old Wesley. The hosts might have read too much into that particular statistic as they were sluggish and sloppy throughout and were fortunate to prevail at the end of an uninspiring contest.
hCorinthians have crept up to second place in the AIB League division three with a solid run of form that continued against lowly Barnhall on Saturday.
Belcarra native Canon Seamus Cunningham is to be the next Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle in the UK.
Corinthians returned to pole position in the AIB League division three with a deserved 25 - 20 victory over Portadown in Chambers Park.
Lunch on Easter Saturday in the Corinthian clubhouse is fully booked (with a long waiting list) in anticipation of history being made by the club in their penultimate match of the All Ireland League. Top of the table Corinthians meet second placed Queen’s University Belfast (K/O 2.30pm). A win for Corinthians secures the Division 3 title and promotion to Division 2. To lose merely puts Corinthians back into the melting pot.
Corinthians have attained the second of their seasonal ambitions, finishing first in division three of the All Ireland League with a hard-fought 16-13 win over Naas at the weekend.
Connacht achieved their best result in this year’s junior interprovincial rugby series with an 8 - 3 victory over Munster in Headford on Saturday.