Last Sunday Ireland kick started their World Cup campaign versus Scotland and the club used it as an opportunity to host a Breakfast to coincide with the game and to get out on the pitches after for underage training. In what showed club spirit at its best a whole load of officers coaches and volunteers gave their time and energy to make it a massive success. A fantastic range of food was provided to make sure everybody were fed and found before the big game. The Club like to give a huge thanks to Simon Wilkinson and Pat McCarthy who cooked up the food, Riona o Gorman Brenda Daly Sinéad Dennehy Louise Wilkinson who were their able assistants Trevor Daly Denis Kelly Shane Markham and Tj Carroll on car park duty. Mary Paul ,Kate and Eithne and Eileen in the bar. Raffle tickets sellers Mary Paul Mollie Kavanagh and Emma Daly. To Martina Keane who was design guru. Ken and Alan and Ger Foster for donkey work. To the girls from the 14s 16s 18s for helping out. Winner of the Signed Irish Jersey was Tj Carroll and the shop voucher was Fiona o Shea. And to Fiona Steed and to Liz Kavanagh a huge thanks for putting all this together. And last but not least to everyone who supported a fantastic morning.
Everyone are encouraged to wear their Irish or Bruff jerseys to the Breakfast on Sunday morning, there will be a photographer from the Limerick Leader so let’s show our colors also if anyone have Irish or Munster flags bring them along.
Training is as follows. 10.30 to 11.30 Main pitch u7s u8s u9s. Front pitch u 10s u11s u12s Girls are on the training pitch.
Raffle tickets for the fabulous signed Irish jersey will be on sale until half time The Breakfast is a sell out so everyone have a great morning.
Bruff rfc wish to extend its sympathy on the passing of James Browne husband to Ethel and father to Ciara Sinéad and Nieve to his Mother Eileen brothers Ger and Michael sisters Mary and Rowena and extended family James played rugby with Bruff and with all other games he played was a very skillful and talented player. A minute silences was observed before our senior cup game in kilballyowen on Saturday as a mark of respect.