A few shots from this J1 game, Tralee won.
After the dramatic scenes in Annacotty on Saturday where our U19s won through to the All Ireland Final, beating Sligo 17-15 with a last minute conversion, Our u20s are up next on Saturday at 2.00pm in Terenure. Please note the earlier kick off time. This is the 1/4 final of the Fraser McMullan (All Ireland) Cup and if we win, we will have a home semi final against winners of UCC/UCD. Our 19s in the mean time have a break until 5th April where they will play Navan in the All Ireland Final. Again support for both squads on the day would be appreciated.
Saturday 22nd sees the visit of Banbridge RFC to Bruff (again) after the deferral from 1st Feb. Kickoff is at the changed time of 2.00pm to allow the players to see the full England v Ireland match at 4.00pm on the big screen in the clubhouse. Finger food will be available so again we ask as many as possible to make the trip to Kilballyowen. Then on Sunday, we have the U13s play Garryowen on Front Pitch at 11.30 in their league match, followed by U16s Pan Munster 1/4 v Tralee at 12.30am (Main Pitch) followed by the Junior Cup fixture v Garryowen at 2pm again on the main pitch, once again we ask supporters to make the trip to Kilballyowen and shout on your local team.
The U18′s game V Galbally away in Galbally has been postponed and today’s home Game in the MSSL North for the J1 squad has also been cancelled due to condition of pitches.
Carlsberg don’t do Super Saturdays but Bruff RFC do,so this Saturday ditch the car, arrange a lift and get yourself to Kilballyowen where from 2.30pm to 9pm you can have a day full of top Rugby. 1st up our Seniors play Banbridge at 2.30pm and after last weekends wonderful victory, a follow up victory would give the team a serious chance of surviving the drop. Our super draw for tickets, accommodation and spending money for the Ireland v Wales match takes place after that, followed by France v England at 6pm on the bigscreen and then to finish off the day stay on to support our U18′s in their 2nd match of the Pan Munster kickoff 7.30pm…..So a great day filled with both local and International Rugby and some lucky punter winning a great weekend in Dublin. (Please bear in mind that weather conditions will dictate whether matches go ahead or not)