#EnergiaAIL Highlights: Ballynahinch v Terenure College

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Energia All-Ireland League Men’s Division 1A



Scorers: Ballynahinch: Tries: Rory Butler 2; Cons: Greg Hutley 2; Pens: Greg Hutley 3

Terenure College: Tries: Colm de Buitléar 3, Craig Adams; Cons: Jake Swaine 2; Pen: Jake Swaine

HT: Ballynahinch 9 Terenure College 8

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