Young Munster landed a sensational sweeping try last Saturday on the way to defeating defending Ulster Bank League champions Cork Con at Temple Hill.
The try, finished by captain Ben Kilkenny, is that bit more enjoyable thanks to the superb contribution of the Limerick side's front row.
— Young Munster RFC (@YoungMunsterRFC) November 1, 2017
Young Munster were trailing 13-0 at the time when the front row union decided enough is enough and initiated the 60-yard score. All three members, loose-head, Peter Meyer, hooker, Mark O'Meara and tight-head, Colm Skehan, combined to create the break. Credit to Skehan and O'Meara for absorbing big tackles in order to set the pacey Meyer through the gap.
Their contribution wasn't finished there though. Later in the move hooker O'Meara fills in at scrum-half, to allow his side touch down in the corner.
Thats a great try. #skills
— Bernard Jackman (@bernardjackman) November 1, 2017
Young Munster went on to secure victory with a last-minute Shane Airey penalty, although as of yet it is unknown why one of Meyer, O'Meara or Skehan didn't take it.