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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:51 am 
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Banana Man wrote:
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Ballina away to stop ourselves going 3-0 :(

Astonished with your results to be honest.

Dirty trip and they are in good form. We played them in a pre season. Gigantic pack


They gave us a bit of a beating in the Connacht Senior League down there in August, and are very confident that if they can avoid injuries that they'll be real contenders for promotion. They do have an enormous pack, but they have a few tidy backs as well, which is why they've racked up a couple of decent scores.

The 13 they have is very tidy - we did a number on them in the backs to be honest in that game but the pack is well able to play at a level above. 7 is solid out.


saw you guys played Lansdowne at the weekend, 21-5. Game closer than scoreline suggests? any players impress?

in other news apparently Ethan Baxter was the best player on the field for Belvo 20's against UCD, playing 7.


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Banana Man wrote:
Lenny wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
Ballina away to stop ourselves going 3-0 :(

Astonished with your results to be honest.

Dirty trip and they are in good form. We played them in a pre season. Gigantic pack


They gave us a bit of a beating in the Connacht Senior League down there in August, and are very confident that if they can avoid injuries that they'll be real contenders for promotion. They do have an enormous pack, but they have a few tidy backs as well, which is why they've racked up a couple of decent scores.

The 13 they have is very tidy - we did a number on them in the backs to be honest in that game but the pack is well able to play at a level above. 7 is solid out.



Jesus lads am I not worried enough?


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:58 am 
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irishrugbyua wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Lenny wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
Ballina away to stop ourselves going 3-0 :(

Astonished with your results to be honest.

Dirty trip and they are in good form. We played them in a pre season. Gigantic pack


They gave us a bit of a beating in the Connacht Senior League down there in August, and are very confident that if they can avoid injuries that they'll be real contenders for promotion. They do have an enormous pack, but they have a few tidy backs as well, which is why they've racked up a couple of decent scores.

The 13 they have is very tidy - we did a number on them in the backs to be honest in that game but the pack is well able to play at a level above. 7 is solid out.


saw you guys played Lansdowne at the weekend, 21-5. Game closer than scoreline suggests? any players impress?

in other news apparently Ethan Baxter was the best player on the field for Belvo 20's against UCD, playing 7.

Much closer - we didnt show up to be honest. Our pack had the better of theirs but we are missing our two 10s... so hindered us and were way to easy to contain. Late try put gloss on it - but was 7-5 at the half and being honest we never really threatened them in 2nd half. Our 2nd row Dan Murphy who is playing 1s too was best forward on show. Losing our loosehead Sean Goodburn was a killer, lost scrum dominance.

They were full value for win. They are much weaker than last year, where they had Tom Roche, William Fay, James Kenny, Tim Murphy and we beat them twice.

Their 10-12 was Madigan (Blackrock 15) and Tom Monaghan (best player on pitch)

Their 2nd row was a lad from Ashbourne -Sparza... an absolute brute. Sean Galvin on wing, and other Gonzaga lads but can't see them being in business end. We are at same level to be honest.

Up against it this weekend v Clontarf - want improved performance.

Heard that on Belvo. He is a proper player is Baxter. Heard Blackrock are not up to much at all... Trinity rested load of lads and won pulling up.

Heard Trinity team is already picked for next week - wholesale changes.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:07 pm 
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Clontarf Team from last weekend(posted elsewhere)

15 - Tadhg Bird
14 - Seni Reilly Ashiru
13 - Darragh Kelly
12- Mikey McGriff
11 - Sam Barry
10 - Frankie O'Dea
9 - Mark O'Sullivan

1 - Michael Power
2- Killian Hickey
3 - Charlie Ward
4- Grellan Murray
5 - Fionn Gilbert
6- Adam Fleming
7 - Cormac Graham
8 - Ruadhan Byron


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irishrugbyua wrote:
Clontarf Team from last weekend(posted elsewhere)

15 - Tadhg Bird
14 - Seni Reilly Ashiru
13 - Darragh Kelly
12- Mikey McGriff
11 - Sam Barry
10 - Frankie O'Dea
9 - Mark O'Sullivan

1 - Michael Power
2- Killian Hickey
3 - Charlie Ward
4- Grellan Murray
5 - Fionn Gilbert
6- Adam Fleming
7 - Cormac Graham
8 - Ruadhan Byron

Bolger on the bench for them too. Had a pint with Terenure coach last night, was up for a funeral in club

Clontarf just picked and jammed and ground Terenure into the ground

I have Lansdowne team if you want it.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 2:33 pm 
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Good win for Mary's. They were looking a bit dodge with twenty minutes gone but got back into it. Scrum was a thing of beauty. Hinch well able to play ball. Thought Rhys O'Donnell was very good.


I hear it is a very young team this year is R shields playing outhalf if so how is he doing?


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:06 pm 
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Banana Man wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Clontarf Team from last weekend(posted elsewhere)

15 - Tadhg Bird
14 - Seni Reilly Ashiru
13 - Darragh Kelly
12- Mikey McGriff
11 - Sam Barry
10 - Frankie O'Dea
9 - Mark O'Sullivan

1 - Michael Power
2- Killian Hickey
3 - Charlie Ward
4- Grellan Murray
5 - Fionn Gilbert
6- Adam Fleming
7 - Cormac Graham
8 - Ruadhan Byron

Bolger on the bench for them too. Had a pint with Terenure coach last night, was up for a funeral in club

Clontarf just picked and jammed and ground Terenure into the ground

I have Lansdowne team if you want it.


Yeah i've seen the lansdowne team it's on their website.

Bolger really hasn't pushed on as expected has he?

I've seen UCD side, can publish here if you want a look.


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Luckycharmer wrote:
Uncle Fester wrote:
Good win for Mary's. They were looking a bit dodge with twenty minutes gone but got back into it. Scrum was a thing of beauty. Hinch well able to play ball. Thought Rhys O'Donnell was very good.


I hear it is a very young team this year is R shields playing outhalf if so how is he doing?


Shields was on the bench. Along with U20's Hugo Conway(Outside Back) and Cormac Foley(Scrumhalf). Foley came on and scored a try.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:25 pm 
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Luckycharmer wrote:
Uncle Fester wrote:
Good win for Mary's. They were looking a bit dodge with twenty minutes gone but got back into it. Scrum was a thing of beauty. Hinch well able to play ball. Thought Rhys O'Donnell was very good.


I hear it is a very young team this year is R shields playing outhalf if so how is he doing?

He was on bench. Don't think he got on.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:40 pm 
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Uncle Fester wrote:
Luckycharmer wrote:
Uncle Fester wrote:
Good win for Mary's. They were looking a bit dodge with twenty minutes gone but got back into it. Scrum was a thing of beauty. Hinch well able to play ball. Thought Rhys O'Donnell was very good.


I hear it is a very young team this year is R shields playing outhalf if so how is he doing?

He was on bench. Don't think he got on.


how'd the sub 9 go?


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Better than the starter.


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Better than the starter.


:thumbup:

would be a strong contender to be ireland u20 starting 9 and an academy place next season.


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irishrugbyua wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Clontarf Team from last weekend(posted elsewhere)

15 - Tadhg Bird
14 - Seni Reilly Ashiru
13 - Darragh Kelly
12- Mikey McGriff
11 - Sam Barry
10 - Frankie O'Dea
9 - Mark O'Sullivan

1 - Michael Power
2- Killian Hickey
3 - Charlie Ward
4- Grellan Murray
5 - Fionn Gilbert
6- Adam Fleming
7 - Cormac Graham
8 - Ruadhan Byron

Bolger on the bench for them too. Had a pint with Terenure coach last night, was up for a funeral in club

Clontarf just picked and jammed and ground Terenure into the ground

I have Lansdowne team if you want it.


Yeah i've seen the lansdowne team it's on their website.

Bolger really hasn't pushed on as expected has he?

I've seen UCD side, can publish here if you want a look.

Cheers...I've seen It too.

No he hasn't... always was bigger than everyone else obviously others caught up etc


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Cookies poaching players from Tipperary:

https://www.limerickleader.ie/news/sport/341035/from-a-dairy-farm-in-new-zealand-to-big-limerick-derby-inail-young-munters-clayton-stewart.html


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:48 am 
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Banana Man wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Clontarf Team from last weekend(posted elsewhere)

15 - Tadhg Bird
14 - Seni Reilly Ashiru
13 - Darragh Kelly
12- Mikey McGriff
11 - Sam Barry
10 - Frankie O'Dea
9 - Mark O'Sullivan

1 - Michael Power
2- Killian Hickey
3 - Charlie Ward
4- Grellan Murray
5 - Fionn Gilbert
6- Adam Fleming
7 - Cormac Graham
8 - Ruadhan Byron

Bolger on the bench for them too. Had a pint with Terenure coach last night, was up for a funeral in club

Clontarf just picked and jammed and ground Terenure into the ground

I have Lansdowne team if you want it.


Yeah i've seen the lansdowne team it's on their website.

Bolger really hasn't pushed on as expected has he?

I've seen UCD side, can publish here if you want a look.

Cheers...I've seen It too.

No he hasn't... always was bigger than everyone else obviously others caught up etc


saw talk that Hawkshaw is starting for Tarf 20's.


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Lads travelling up to Ballina tonight to give themselves a fighting chance.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 11:40 am 
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Teams named so far

@LansdowneFC XV v @GarryowenFC
E Mills; D McEvoy, H Brennan, T Roche, P Sullivan; S Deasy, T Murphy; D Coulson, T Moran, G McGrath, W Earle, J Dwan, J O’Brien, A Conneelly, J O’Sullivan.

@DUFCRUGBY XV v
R Russell; H Twomey, J Hickey, P Murphy, C Hogan; J Fennelly, R Osborne; B Vermeulen, J Horan, D Doyle, A Greene, A MacDonald, P Nulty, M Kearney, N O’Riordan.

@ClontarfRugby XV v @terenurerugby
M McGrath; J McKeown, M Courtney, M D’Arcy, C O’Donoghue; D Joyce, A Lloyd; I Soroka, D Adamson, R Burke- Flynn, C Daly, B Reilly, A Ryan, A D’Arcy, M Noone.

@terenurerugby XV v @ClontarfRugby
M Byrne; H Moore, S O’Neill, M Hiney, S Dardis; J Thornton, K O'Neill; C Madden, A Clarkin, C McCormack, M Melia, A Ryan, K McCoy, S Caffrey, E Joyce.

@GarryowenFC XV v @LansdowneFC
A O’Byrne; J Heuston, P Collins, D McCarthy, C O’Shea; J Gavin, R Guerin; B Rowley, L Cronin, A Keating, K Seymour, D Moore, T Ferguson, D Ryan, S Rennison.

@Navanrfc XV v @BCRFC
P Fox; S McEntaggart, E Dixon, R van der Vyver, B McEntaggart; C O’Reilly, B Haugh; S Faulkner, D Clarke, L Jackson, D Magee, R Scott, C Hand, C Farrell, C Ryan.

@YoungMunsterRFC XV v @Shannon_RFC
S Airey; E O’Keefe, D Corcoran, E O’Gorman, D O’Neill; C Stewart, M Edwards; C Bartley, B Scannell, C Skehan, O Walsh, A Kennedy, D Dee, C Mitchell, J Foley.

WanderersFC1870 XV v @skerriesrugby
E Palmer; C Farrell, M Ryan, M O’Neill, E O’Shaughnessy; P Brougham, C McQuaid; R O’Mara, K Stokes, D Higgins, B Quill, R O’Donnell, T Walsh, C O’Donnell, P Mallon.

@skerriesrugby XV v @WanderersFC1870
K McGrath; D Goodman, L Jones, R Dempsey, P Devitt; B Mulcahy, E Carron; C Marry, C Leonard, J Sherwin, AJ Sherlock, B Jenkinson, M Turvey, B Murphy, R McAuley.

@HighfieldRFC XV v @cashelrugby
J Murphy; P Stack, B Murphy, L Kingston, P Buckley; S O’Riordan, C Banon; M Dillane, M Shinkwin, T Ryan, D O’Connell, F O’Sullivan, Colm Gallagher, Cathal Gallagher, M Cronin.

@Midleton_RFC XV v @BangorRFC
L Farnham; M Daly, B Cottle, M Kokterik, R Hogan; S Lee, R Smyth; K Brierley, B Moore, T Keveaney, J Gardiner, A McCarthy, S Hickey, A Weir, M Cronin.

@UCDRugby XV v @ @DUFCRUGBY
C Burke; T Carroll, A Marks, P Kiernan, R Keenan; M Gilsenan, N Peters; S Griffin, S McNulty, L Hyland, B Cawley, T Treacy, S McVeigh, A Penny, R Foley.

@MaloneRFC XV v @StMarysRFC
J Milligan; D Irvine, J Pentland, N Brown, D McMaster; C Smith, C Spence, S Kelly; C Griffith, D Kerr, R Greenwood, J Davis, J McAllister, M Shields, C Henry, R Clarke.

@nenaghormondrfc XV v @ulbohemianrfc
N Daly; P Scully, P Coman, S Carey, G McNamara; A Ropati, N Irwin; J Coffey, A Doyle, F Brislane, K O’Gorman, K O’Flaherty, R Stanley, E Murphy, J O’Flaherty.

@ulbohemianrfc XV v @nenaghormondrfc
J Murray; J McCarthy, C Ryan, H Fleming, S Mullins; R Bourke, H Bourke; J Conway, J Bennett, M Bromell, E Kelly, S Seymour, D Rowsome, D O’Grady, B Walsh.


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DIVISION 1A:

DUBLIN UNIVERSITY 23 UCD 23, College Park
Scorers: Dublin University: Tries: Colm Hogan, Bart Vermeulen; Cons: James Fennelly 2; Pens: James Fennelly 3
UCD: Tries: Tom Treacy, Ronan Foley; Cons: Matthew Gilsenan 2; Pens: Matthew Gilsenan 2, Cillian Burke
HT: Dublin University 13 UCD 10

DUBLIN UNIVERSITY: Robert Russell; Hugh Twomey, James Hickey, Philip Murphy, Colm Hogan (capt); James Fennelly, Rowan Osborne; Bart Vermeulen, Joe Horan, Dylan Doyle, Alex MacDonald, Arthur Greene, Paddy Nulty, Max Kearney, Niall O'Riordan.

Replacements: Dan Sheehan, Thomas Clarkson, Cian O'Dwyer, Tomas Killeen, James Moriarty, Giuseppe Coyne, Conor Dunne.

UCD: Cillian Burke; Tim Carroll, Andy Marks, Paul Kiernan, Rob Keenan; Matthew Gilsenan, Nick Peters, Sam Griffin, Sean McNulty, Liam Hyland, Brian Cawley, Tom Treacy, Stephen McVeigh, Alex Penny (capt), Ronan Foley.

Replacements: Richie Bergin, Evin Coyle, Jonny Guy, Tom Foley, Ian O'Kelly.

GARRYOWEN 17 LANSDOWNE 14, Dooradoyle
Scorers: Garryowen: Tries: Liam Cronin, Sean Rennison; Cons: Peadar Collins 2; Pen: Peadar Collins
Lansdowne: Try: Tyrone Moran; Pens: Scott Deasy 3
HT: Garryowen 7 Lansdowne 9

GARRYOWEN: Andrew O'Byrne; Jamie Heuston, Peadar Collins, David McCarthy, Cian O'Shea; Jamie Gavin, Rob Guerin; Ben Rowley, Liam Cronin, Andy Keating, Kevin Seymour, Dean Moore (capt), Tim Ferguson, Darren Ryan, Sean Rennison.

Replacements: Anson Thai, Niall Horan, Scott Leahy, Evan Maher, Ben Healy, Mike O'Donnell, Dave O'Mahony.

LANSDOWNE: Eamonn Mills (capt); Daniel McEvoy, Harry Brennan, Tom Roche, Peter Sullivan; Scott Deasy, Tim Murphy; Denis Coulson, Tyrone Moran, Greg McGrath, Willie Earle, Jack Dwan, Joe O'Brien, Aaron Conneely, Jack O'Sullivan.

Replacements: James Rael, Ian Prendiville, Tom Murphy, Gareth Molloy, Adam Leavy.

TERENURE COLLEGE 15 CLONTARF 24, Lakelands Park
Scorers: Terenure College: Tries: Marc Hiney, Sam Coghlan Murray; Con: James Thornton; Pen: James Thornton
Clontarf: Tries: Michael Noone, Ivan Soroka, Angus Lloyd; Cons: David Joyce 3; Pen: David Joyce
HT: Terenure College 3 Clontarf 17

TERENURE COLLEGE: Matthew Byrne; Sam Dardis, Stephen O'Neill, Marc Hiney, Harry Moore; James Thornton, Kevin O'Neill; Tiarnan Creagh, Adam Clarkin, Conor McCormack, Aaron Ryan, Michael Melia (capt), Kyle McCoy, Stephen Caffrey, Eoin Joyce.

Replacements: Liam McMahon, Karl O'Brien, Risteard Byrne, Sam Coghlan Murray, Jamie Glynn.

CLONTARF: Mick McGrath; James McKeown, Michael Courtney, Matt D'Arcy, Cian O'Donoghue; David Joyce, Angus Lloyd; Ivan Soroka, Declan Adamson, Royce Burke-Flynn, Cormac Daly, Ben Reilly, Tony Ryan, Adrian D'Arcy, Michael Noone (capt).

Replacements: Connor Johnston, Tom Ryan, Martin Kelly, Andrew Feeney, Conor Kelly.

SHANNON 23 YOUNG MUNSTER 10, Thomond Park (played on Friday)
Scorers: Shannon: Tries: Nathan Randles, Will Leonard, Jamie McGarry; Con: Jake Flannery; Pens: Jake Flannery 2
Young Munster: Try: Clayton Stewart; Con: Clayton Stewart; Pen: Clayton Stewart
HT: Shannon 15 Young Munster 10

SHANNON: Jamie McGarry; Nathan Randles, Robbie Deegan, Will Leonard, Eathon Moloney; Jake Flannery, Aran Hehir; Conor Glynn, Ty Chan, Tony Cusack, Ronan Coffey, Jade Kriel, Lee Nicholas (capt), Charlie Carmody, Luke Clohessy.

Replacements: Eoghan Clarke, Sam Karlsen, Luke Moylan, Keith Kavanagh, Ger Finucane.

YOUNG MUNSTER: Shane Airey; Ed O'Keeffe, Derek Corcoran, Evan O'Gorman, Darragh O'Neill; Clayton Stewart, Mark Edwards; Conor Bartley, Billy Scannell, Colm Skehan, Oisin Walsh, Alan Kennedy (capt), Diarmaid Dee, Conor Mitchell, John Foley.

Replacements: Mark O'Mara, Gavin Ryan, Tom Goggin, Jason Kiely, Luke Fitzgerald.

UCC 18 CORK CONSTITUTION 20, the Mardyke (played on Friday)
Scorers: UCC: Tries: Murray Linn, Michael Clune; Con: James Taylor; Pens: James Taylor 2
Cork Constitution: Tries: Vincent O'Brien, Jason Higgins, Greg Higgins; Con: Aidan Moynihan; Pen: Aidan Moynihan
HT: UCC 3 Cork Constitution 15

UCC: Richard Walsh; Adam O'Connor, Cian Bohane, Peter Sylvester, Murray Linn; James Taylor, John Poland; Bryan O'Connor, Paidi McCarthy, Darragh Fitzgerald, Andrew Davies, Mark Bissessar, Darragh Moloney, Lee McSherry, Daire Feeney.

Replacements: Travis Coomey, OJ Onolememem, Brian O'Mahony, Lewis Grice, Michael Clune.

CORK CONSTITUTION: Liam O'Connell; JJ O'Neill, Greg Higgins, Niall Kenneally (capt), Rob Jermyn; Aidan Moynihan, Jason Higgins; Gavin Duffy, Vincent O'Brien, Dylan Murphy, Cathal O'Flaherty, Joe McSwiney, Evan Mintern, Ross O'Neill, Luke Cahill.

Replacements: Brendan Quinlan, Paddy Casey, Sean Duffy, Gary Bradley, Jack Costigan.

DIVISION 1B:

BALLYNAHINCH 3 CITY OF ARMAGH 3, Ballymacarn Park
Scorers: Ballynahinch: Pen: Richard Reaney
City of Armagh: Pen: Cormac Fox
HT: Ballynahinch 0 City of Armagh 3

BALLYNAHINCH: Conor Kelly; Richard Reaney, Callum McLaughlin, Ryan Wilson, Aaron Cairns (capt); Hilton Gibbons, Rhys O'Donnell; Ben Cullen, Conor Piper, Kelvin Hamilton, James Simpson, Keith Dickson, Tom Martin, Ollie Loughead, Conall Boomer.

Replacements: Jonny Blair, Graham McKittrick, Matt Connolly, Gareth Gill, Ronan Patterson.

CITY OF ARMAGH: Chris Cousens; Andrew Willis, Chris Colvin (capt), Evin Crummie, Ryan Purvis; Cormac Fox, Gerrard Treanor; Paul Mullen, Andrew Smyth, Phillip Fletcher, Josh McKinley, Peter Starrett, Robbie Whitten, Nigel Simpson, Neil Faloon.

Replacements: Jonathan Morton, Daryl Morton, James Hanna, Johnny Pollock, Tim McNiece.

BANBRIDGE 24 BUCCANEERS 0, Rifle Park
Scorers: Banbridge: Tries: Penalty try, Peter Cromie, Schalk van der Merwe; Cons: Pen try con, Adam Doherty 2; Pen: Adam Doherty
Buccaneers: -
HT: Banbridge 7 Buccaneers 0

BANBRIDGE: Adam Doherty; Conor Field, Andrew Morrison, Benjamin Carson, Adam Ervine (capt); Jonny Little, Niall Armstrong; Schalk van der Merwe, Peter Cromie, Stuart Cromie, Chris Allen, Matthew Laird, Mike Bentley, David McCann, Stephen Irvine.

Replacements: Paul Ross, Ross Haughey, Dale Carson, Aaron Kennedy, John Porter.

BUCCANEERS: Graham Lynch; Thomas McCann, Rory O'Connor, Callum Boland, Darragh Corbett; Michael Hanley, Colm Reilly; James Kelly, John Sutton, Niall Farrelly, Torin Rensford, Ruairi Byrne, Evan Galvin, Rory Moloney (capt), Simon Meagher.

Replacements: Harry O'Reilly, Eoghan Maher, Owen Treacy, Frankie Hopkins, Dean McMahon, Sean O'Connell, Eoin O'Reilly.

MALONE 18 ST. MARY'S COLLEGE 10, Gibson Park
Scorers: Malone: Tries: David Irvine 2, Ryan Clarke; Pen: Callum Smith
St. Mary's College: Try: Hugo Conway; Con: Ruairi Shields; Drop: Sean Kearns
HT: Malone 13 St. Mary's College 3

MALONE: Jack Milligan; David Irvine, Josh Pentland, Nathan Brown, David McMaster; Callum Smith, Connor Spence; Chris Griffth, Dan Kerr, Ricky Greenwood, Jonathan Davis, James McAlister (capt), Michael Shiels, Chris Henry, Ryan Clarke.

Replacements: Scott Finlay, Gary Crawford, Matthew Hadden, Shane Kelly, Gareth Millar.

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE: Dave Fanagan; Mark Fogarty, Craig Kennedy, Marcus O'Driscoll (capt), Hugo Conway; Sean Kearns, Paddy O'Driscoll; Tom O'Reilly, Richard Halpin, Michael McCormack, Max Kennedy, Liam Corcoran, Daragh McDonnell, David Aspil, Ronan Watters.

Replacements: Stephen O'Brien, Colm McMahon, Mark Fallon, Cormac Foley, Ruairi Shields.

NAAS 28 BALLYMENA 3, Forenaughts
Scorers: Naas: Tries: Pierce Dargan, Johne Murphy 2, Andy Ellis; Cons: Peter Osborne 4
Ballymena: Pen: Tim Small
HT: Naas 7 Ballymena 3

NAAS: Peter Osborne; Fionn Higgins, Ross Bailey-Kearney, Johne Murphy, Andy Ellis; Peter Hastie, Richard Fahy; Conor Doyle, Graham Reynolds, Adam Coyle, Mike Russell, Pierce Dargan, Ryan Casey, Will O'Brien, Paulie Tolofua (capt).

Replacements: Cathal Duff, Jack Barry, Paul Monahan, Fionn Carr, Cillian Dempsey.

BALLYMENA: Matthew Norris; Dean Reynolds, James Wheeler, Sam Millar, Mark Thompson; Tim Small, Glenn Baillie; Nacho Cladera Crespo, Jonny Spence, Chris Cundell, JJ McKee, Connor Smyth, Ryan Mattison, Willie McKay, Stephen Mulholland.

Replacements: James Taggart, Josh Bill, Jacques Bolger, Scott Willoughby, Jonny McMullan.

OLD WESLEY 9 OLD BELVEDERE 9, Energia Park, Donnybrook
Scorers: Old Wesley: Pens: Rory Stynes 3
Old Belvedere: Pens: Steve Crosbie 3
HT: Old Wesley 6 Old Belvedere 3

OLD WESLEY: Rory Stynes; Tommy O'Callaghan, Bill Corrigan, Alan Gaughan, Jack Maybury; Tom Kiersey, Charlie O'Regan; Harry Noonan, Andrew McCrann, James Burton, JJ O'Dea, Iain McGann, Paul Derham, Stephen Boyle, Mark Rowley.

Replacements: Craig Telford, Paddy Cullen, Darren Horan, Josh Pim, Josh Miller.

OLD BELVEDERE: Daniel Riordan; Jack Keating, Joe White, Ben Carty, Peter Maher; Steve Crosbie (capt), Peter O'Beirne; James Bollard, John McKee, Darragh Higgins, Jack Kelly, Connor Owende, Karl Miller, Tom de Jongh, Eoin Sweeney.

Replacements: Ethan Baxter, Luke Crofts, Martin Moloney, Fergus Flood, Paraic Cagney, Adam Howard, Jamie McAleese.

DIVISION 2A:

Cashel 12 Highfield 17, Spafield
Dolphin 26 Old Crescent 21, Irish Independent Park
Navan 28 Blackrock College 8, Balreask Old
Queen's University 45 Galwegians 10, Dub Lane
UL Bohemians 12 Nenagh Ormond 13, University of Limerick 4G pitch (played on Friday)

DIVISION 2B:

Corinthians 23 Sunday's Well 19, Corinthian Park
Dungannon 16 Belfast Harlequins 9, Stevenson Park
Greystones 42 Rainey Old Boys 28, Dr. Hickey Park
MU Barnhall 25 Sligo 17, Parsonstown
Wanderers 16 Skerries 16, Merrion Road

DIVISION 2C:

Ballina 20 Malahide 7, Heffernan Park
City of Derry 19 Seapoint 17, Craig Thompson Stadium, Judge's Road
Midleton 34 Bangor 8, Towns Park
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 8:07 pm 
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Was down at Sligo game today Lenny... Tough physical game in the shitty non stop rain

Sligo pack is very abrasive... and whilst 12 gets all the focus your 13 is a lovely player. 2/3 breaks

Think we prob had just a bit too much experience and class.

We lost our 12 and 7 early doors too and missed more kicks...which is a mega worry.

Mullet...what is going on with you lads....


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Banana Man wrote:
Was down at Sligo game today Lenny... Tough physical game in the shitty non stop rain

Sligo pack is very abrasive... and whilst 12 gets all the focus your 13 is a lovely player. 2/3 breaks

Think we prob had just a bit too much experience and class.

We lost our 12 and 7 early doors too and missed more kicks...which is a mega worry.

Mullet...what is going on with you lads....


Tbh we did better than I thought we would, and a losing bp would have been a great result for us. The 13 is really a 9, and a superb one, although he’s just been released by the Connacht academy. Mid table I think/hope will be our lot, which wouldn’t be too bad.


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David McCann starting at openside for Banbridge huh?


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Lenny wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Was down at Sligo game today Lenny... Tough physical game in the shitty non stop rain

Sligo pack is very abrasive... and whilst 12 gets all the focus your 13 is a lovely player. 2/3 breaks

Think we prob had just a bit too much experience and class.

We lost our 12 and 7 early doors too and missed more kicks...which is a mega worry.

Mullet...what is going on with you lads....


Tbh we did better than I thought we would, and a losing bp would have been a great result for us. The 13 is really a 9, and a superb one, although he’s just been released by the Connacht academy. Mid table I think/hope will be our lot, which wouldn’t be too bad.

The 9 you had was young, nippy but few bad decisions.

For some mad reason you took your 1 off... the Irish 20s lad and we just dominated set piece then. Hope you lads can hang onto him

13 lovely player.. you lads be fine. Will rattle every one in Sligo and as weather gets worse suits you better.


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Banana Man wrote:
Lenny wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Was down at Sligo game today Lenny... Tough physical game in the shitty non stop rain

Sligo pack is very abrasive... and whilst 12 gets all the focus your 13 is a lovely player. 2/3 breaks

Think we prob had just a bit too much experience and class.

We lost our 12 and 7 early doors too and missed more kicks...which is a mega worry.

Mullet...what is going on with you lads....


Tbh we did better than I thought we would, and a losing bp would have been a great result for us. The 13 is really a 9, and a superb one, although he’s just been released by the Connacht academy. Mid table I think/hope will be our lot, which wouldn’t be too bad.

The 9 you had was young, nippy but few bad decisions.

For some mad reason you took your 1 off... the Irish 20s lad and we just dominated set piece then. Hope you lads can hang onto him

13 lovely player.. you lads be fine. Will rattle every one in Sligo and as weather gets worse suits you better.


The loosehead, Kuba, has also been released by Connacht. Yeah I think I’d prefer to see Ryan Feehily, the 13, at 9 where he dominates games. He was in the frame for the Irish 20s last year, as a 9, but didn’t make it. I’m more optimistic now about us surviving, even though we’ve only got 6 points from our first three games.


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Big match next Sunday B'man, and I mean a biiiiiiig match.
Local derby - Westmanstown v Barnhall up on that cabbage patch of yours by HP.
There's going to be a serious score to settle. :x

Granted, it's an U7 minis game but hey...


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Big match next Sunday B'man, and I mean a biiiiiiig match.
Local derby - Westmanstown v Barnhall up on that cabbage patch of yours by HP.
There's going to be a serious score to settle. :x

Granted, it's an U7 minis game but hey...

6 years ago I got involved in Barnhall, knowing this day would come....

Finally... it ends..... two men enter only one man leaves.


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Banana Man wrote:
Leinsterman wrote:
Big match next Sunday B'man, and I mean a biiiiiiig match.
Local derby - Westmanstown v Barnhall up on that cabbage patch of yours by HP.
There's going to be a serious score to settle. :x

Granted, it's an U7 minis game but hey...

6 years ago I got involved in Barnhall, knowing this day would come....

Finally... it ends..... two men enter only one man leaves.

Leinsterman should bring a shotgun or go for the knees :P

I am sure this will be epic...
Guinness in hand screeming at the ref type of epic :lol:


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Survival the goal now for us I think


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Survival the goal now for us I think


Any particular reason why things are going tits up?


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I've not seen them play because of the thirty thirds games being on at the same time.

Our DOR of the last 10 years has gone back to SA.
Our 9 who you probably remember has moved on also.

Aside from that we brought in the Crescent coach who won every game last year and maybe it's taking time to bed down but it needs to turn and turn quickly.


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Week off for the Division 2 side this week

1A

UCD v Lansdowne
Young Munster v UCC
Clontarf v Garryowen
Cork Con v Dublin University
Terenure v Shannon

1B

Ballymena v St Marys
Buccaneers v Old Wesley
Armagh v Malone
Naas v Banbridge
Old Belvedere v Ballynahinch


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Good to see Ballymena back


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Good to see Ballymena back

I think our lads will be sick of the M1 by season's end!


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Very Nordie heavy division alright.

But good to see their clubs no longer in freefall


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I'd expect Ballymena to really struggle this year. Could be a fight between them and Armagh as to who is bottom.


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