Domestic Rugby activity postponed nationwide.

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Mar 122020
 

All Domestic Rugby activities have been suspended until 29th March.

From https://www.irishrugby.ie/2020/03/12/irfu-and-provinces-suspend-domestic-rugby-activity/

The Irish Rugby Football Union, together with Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster Rugby, have announced the suspension of all Domestic Rugby activity from 6pm this evening 12th March until the 29th March (inclusive), in response to the latest Government advice on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Future Domestic Rugby activity will be reviewed in line with Government advice.

Training and Playing:

All Rugby activities across Clubs and Schools, from minis to adult rugby, must now cease.

Clubhouse Operations:

While Rugby Clubs may wish to continue to operate facilities such as bars and function rooms, they must observe Government restrictions in relation to the number of people that may attend indoor (no more than 100 people) and outdoor (no more than 500 people) events.

Impact on fixtures of note:

We will work with clubs and schools to rearrange fixtures, such as the Schools Cup finals.

Professional Game:

Updates, when available, in relation to the professional game will come from tournament organisers.

U-18 cup final

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Apr 152019
 
Our victorious 18s
(thats taylor bottom left without the hair) yoo

Our 18s made the journey to the back pitch of Thomond park on Sunday where Newcastle West in the 18 cup final this time has provided us with some excellent rugby all season but were up against a very good Newcastle West outfit, we got of to a good start and after winning a penalty we went to the corner after winning our line out we mauled over to take a 5-0 lead. We took a 10-3 lead in at half time and even though we had the greater possession we hadn’t shown it on the scoreboard. We scored again after half time to go 15-3 ahead but N/West replied with a drop goal to keep in touch at 15-6. Credit to Newcastle they continued to press but we managed to get the upper hand with a penalty try to go 22-6 ahead. Newcastle made it 22-11 with an excellent try of their own but we had the final score of the game to finish 29-11. Try scorers Darragh Browne Adam o Dwyer Patrick Lloyd Mark Fitzpatrick

Team Gerard Donworth Eoin Delaney Mark Fitzpatrick Jamie Ahearn Padraig Mulcahy Adam Dwyer Patrick Lloyd Patrick Maher Sean Creagan Shane Dwane Brendan Gleeson John o Reilly Kieran o Dwyer Darragh Browne (capt) Tony o Connell Ronan Kelly Rory Butler Dylan Scanlon Fitzgerald Sean Frawley James Gleeson Frank Maher Rhys Costello Scott Bevan Luke Ryan

Coaches Barry Heffernan Richie McCaulife Shane Doona Tom o Dwyer Taylor Jones Pauline McCaulife (Medical Aid)

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U-18 cup final

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Apr 112019
 

Youths Under 18 North Munster 12:00 noon

Newcastle West-Estuary

V

Bruff

Thomond Park Back Pitch

John David Adams

Our 18s play their cup final Sunday morning back pitch Thomond park this group of players have giving us great joy this season with some really good rugby so get out and support the lads

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Bruff U-16 Girls win First Womens rugby trophy

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Mar 252019
 

Our 16s girls created their own bit of history on Saturday last when they claimed the first silverware for any Bruff women’s team in the U-16 Bowl, with an excellent 20-10 win over a Highfield/Bantry/Muskerry/Ballincollig selection, it was fantastic to see the team with trophy back in the clubhouse before the men’s game which put a smile on everyone’s faces, well done to all involved.

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U-18 cup, Bruff V Young Munsters.

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Mar 252019
 

Our 18s played Young Munsters in the 18 cup on Sunday morning, conditions were ideal for rugby and both teams didn’t disappoint in what was a really enjoyable game of rugby. The first half was even with bruff just shading it 11-6 with Patrick Lloyd getting the bruff try. Young Munsters levelled after half time but bruff went ahead through Sean Frawley and scored further try’s from mark fitzpatrick and again from Patrick Lloyd to see out the game 30-11.

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