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Captain Alan Mc Inerney and St Caimins team mates celebrate with the cup following their win over Abbey CBS in the Schools U-19 Cup at UL. Photograph by John Kelly.

St Caimin’s, the history makers

St Caimin’s  Shannon 20  Abbey CBS, Tipperary 17

St Caimin’s Community school Shannon made rugby history at the 4G pitch at the university of Limerick this Tuesday afternoon when they won a Munster rugby title for the first time.

Having qualified on Friday last with a 22-15 win over Clonmel High school, the Clare side produced another impressive display when overcoming another Tipperary school in the final.

Behind 5-10 at half time, St Caimin’s  came storming back in the second half to capture the honours.

By Seamus Hayes, Sports editor   Photographs by John  Kelly

Evan O Gorman of St Caimins in action against Gavin Mc Cormack and Eoin Kelly of Abbey CBS.
Evan O Gorman of St Caimin’s in action against Gavin McCormack and Eoin Kelly of Abbey CBS.
Tiernan Agnew of St Caimins celebrates his try against Abbey CBS.
Tiernan Agnew of St Caimin’s celebrates his try against Abbey CBS.
Darren O Loughlin of St Caimin's in action against Abbey CBS.
Darren O Loughlin of St Caimin’s in action against Abbey CBS.
Player Alex Blake and St Caimins team mates celebrate with the cup following their win over Abbey CBS.
Alex Blake and St Caimin’s team mates celebrate with the cup following their win over Abbey CBS.
Captain Alan Mc Inerney of St Caimins with the cup following their win over Abbey CBS in the Schools U-19 Cup.
Captain Alan McInerney of St Caimin’s with the cup following their win over Abbey CBS.

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