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So has the hunter become the hunted? When Killester lagged badly behind Glanmire in the opening quarter of Saturday’s Women’s National Cup semi-final, the prospect of a first Cup success in nearly two decades was as far off as you’d care to imagine.
Adam Griggs sang the praises of the “immense” Claire Molloy, after she secured a brace of tries in Ireland’s bonus-point victory over Wales in the Women’s Six Nations Championship at Donnybrook yesterday.
Munster A duly qualified for the quarter-finals of the B&I Cup with a comprehensive victory over Ospreys at Musgrave Park last night and jumped to the top of Pool 1 as they await the outcome of today’s clash between Bedford Blues and Nottingham.