Lord Mayors Cup - Round 2 Fixtures
Round two of the Lord Mayors Cup will be played on Friday night. See below for fixtures for this week, and results from last weeks action. The top two teams from each group qualify for the semi finals, for more on the competition, click here. Fixtures for Gameweek 2 GROUP 1 Team Name Combined Schools A PBC / Col Dabhid / Douglas C S B St Aidans / Carrig na Bhfear / T McSweeney's C Blarney / Col Choilm / Ballincollig C S D Carrigaline / Crosshaven / Kinsale December 5th B v C @ 6.30 in Ballincollig Ref - Nathan Wall D v A @ 7pm in Carrigaline Ref - Andrew Whelton GROUP 2 Team Name Combined Schools E Col an Piarsaig / Glanmire F Christians / North Mon/ Mayfield G Midleton / Passage / Nagle H CSN / Chríost Ri / Deerpark / Bishopstown CS December 5th E V G @ 7.30pm in Riverstown Ref - Cathal McAllister F v H @ 6.30pm in Barrs Ref - Kevin Foley Results from Gameweek 1 Group 1 PBC / Col Dabhid / Douglas C S 4-13 St Aidans / Carrig na Bhfear / T McSweeney's 3-11 Scoil Mhuire G Smal Blarney / Col Choilm / Ballincollig C S 4 -9 Carrigaline C S / Crosshaven / Kinsale 0 -15 Group 2 Midleton / Passage / Nagle 4- 19 CSN / Chríost Ri / Deerpark / Bishopstown CS 1-20 Col an Piarsaig / Glanmire C S 6 - 23 Christians / North Mon/ Mayfield 4 -6 If you're attending any of the games and tweeting updates tag @BigRedBench, and use the hashtag #LordMayorsCup and we'll retweet to keep everyone updated. For a full round-up of all round 1 results tune into The Big Red Bench on Saturday from 6pm.
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