Weekend Round Up

 Posted by on 16 September, 2014  News, Youth
Sep 162014
 
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Bruff’s U20’s lost 25-11 away to Old Crescent in the North Munster league on Saturday, Bruff scores coming from, James Giuna 2 penalties and a try from Dave O Grady

The U18’s travelled away to Highfield to play a friendly on Sunday morning. Bruff had trys from Jack O Grady, Niall Burns, Conor Fitzpatrick & Cian Mulquenn. John Bulfin kicked 2 conversions. The final score Highfield 5 Bruff 24

The u14’s beat Thomond 34-5 in the first round of the North Munster league.

In the inter pro’s there were 3 Bruff Players in action.

Paul Downes kicked 7 points for the Munster U20’s in their Bonus point win over Connacht played in Tom Clifford park on Saturday. Brian Fanning also started for Munster playing a crucial role on the wing.

While Dylan Reeves Wasik captained the Munster U18’s Club team to a 23-17 win over the Connacht Clubs away in the Sportsgrounds in Galway

Weekend Round Up

 Posted by on 8 September, 2014  Transfield Cup, Youth
Sep 082014
 
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The J1 team kicked off their season with at 23-8 Defeat in the Transfield cup to St Mary’s. Marcus Mulivhill got Bruff’s only try with Tommy Carroll kicking a penalty.

The under 13’s got their season off to a winning start with a 32-13 victory over Thomond in a pre-season friendly, while the U18’s also started off the season with a win in a friendly  over an amalgamation team from Pres/Richmond

There were also a number of Bruff players on duty with Munster this weekend. Paul Downes & Brian Fanning were in action for the Munster u19’s  team that went down to Leinster in their opening game of the inter pro’s.

Paul Downes kicked a penalty and a conversion in the 19-10 away loss, played in Templeville road.

The club would also like to congratulate the Fanning Brothers, Brian & Darragh who were both involved with the Limerick Minor team that won this seasons Munster minor championship. Unfortunately the minors lost out to Kilkenny in last weekend’s All-Ireland final. Both of them were key to Bruff’s success at u18’s level last season and we look forward to seeing them back in the club colours later this year.