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Blackrock and St Michael's progress to Leinster Senior Cup quarter-finals

Last year’s finalists will face off at the quarter-final stage next week after victories this afternoon.


Charlie Cregan of St Michael’s celebrates at the final whistle. Credit: INPHO/Dan Sheridan

Leinster Senior Cup

St Michael’s 17

Terenure 13

2013 BEATEN FINALISTS St Michael’s overcame Terenure College with a four-point victory at Templeville Road. The Dublin 4 side raced into the lead and held a 17-10 advantage at half-time with just three more added by Terenure after the break.

Blackrock 31

CBC Monkstown 3

Reining Leinster Senior Cup champions Blarckrock recorded an easy win over CBC Monkstown in the first round today after yesterday’s meeting was rescheduled due to a waterlogged pitch


Blackrock’s Nick Timoney is tackled by Colin McDonnell and Aindriu Conroy. Credit: INPHO/Cathal Noonan

St Andrew’s  13

Castleknock 9

Having drawn 15-15 a week ago, it was Andrew’s who came out on top in this afternoon’s replay.

St Mary’s 7

St Gerard’s 3

In Lakelands, St Mary’s saw off St Gerard’s in a closely-contested game.

And here is the quarter-final draw, which was made this evening:

  • Clongowes v Belvedere (9 February, Donnybrook)
  • St Michael’s v Blackrock (11 February, Donnybrook)
  • St Andrew’s v Gonzaga or King’s Hospital (12 February, Donnybrook)
  • St Mary’s v Newbridge (13 February, Tallaght Stadium)

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