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.
We entertained Sunday’s well on Saturday last in the msc in kilballyowen on what was a perfect day for rugby. The game was very even and scoreless until 20 mins when Sunday’s Well to a 3-0 lead. The Well went further ahead before half time with a converted try Flo pulled it back with a well struck penalty to make it 10-3 at half time. The second half saw Sunday’s Well extend their lead with a converted try and sealed the win with another penalty to finish 20-3. For some of these players it’s been four games over the past 3 weeks and we seemed to have a lot of handling errors, there’s also new partnerships being build and also some of underage age players cutting their teeth at senior ranks. And while management will probably disappointed with the result they will know it’s in a months time when the Ail starts that they will need to be up to the pace.
Team. Shane Biggins Graham Whelan Sean Darcy jack o Grady cian Clifford James Simpson te Pairi Florent Riguet Kieran o Dwyer Brendan Keogh Tadgh Dwyer Neilus Keogh Owain Quinlan Patrick Maher Dylan Reeves Wasik Thomas Quigley Brian Bulfin Liam Barrett Liam Treacy Kevin McManus Dean o Shea
1st rd of the MSC takes place in kilballyowen this Saturday kick off 2.30 where we play Sundays Well