Late Pinarci try sees Clement's home
Tarkan Pinarci's try deep in injury-time saw St Clement's advance to the quarter-finals of the Munster Schools Junior Cup in a dramatic finish at UL.
Glenstal opened the scoring after nine minutes through a Josh Kennedy penalty, but Clement's were soon in front after Adam McNamara went over.
A Cian Casey penalty helped Clement's into a 10-3 lead, however Glenstal fought back to level at the break thanks to Kennedy's try and a sublime William Twomey conversion.
Adam White put Glenstal in front again soon after the interval with a close-range try, that was again brilliantly converted by Twomey.
Clement's fought back through Casey's try though, before Pinarci sealed it late on.
St Clement's - C Galvin; A McNamara, G O'Halloran, T Pinarci, J McGarry; C Casey, K Punch; R Madden, S Malone, S Farrell; C Ohanya, J Rainsford; J Pearse, J Murray, K McGrath. Reps: B Murphy for Ohanya (51).
Glenstal - P Johnson; A Al-Helaissi, W Twomey, T Higgins, J Walsh; I Larkin, J Kennedy; M Cannon, I O'Reilly, S Kerrisk; I Larkin, A White; S Caulfield-Drier, A McDonald, C Frawley.
Ref - A Darcy (Mar)
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