Dec 152017
 

Reminder: With little over one week to the big day, the following are the Club shop opening times.

Friday 15th December: 19:00 pm – 20:00 pm

Sunday 17th 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Monday 18th December: 19:30 pm – 20:30 pm 

Tuesday 19th December: 19:30 pm – 20:30 pm

Wednesday 20th December: 19:30 pm – 20:30 pm

We have a range of skinny pants from Age 5 to Adult in stock.

Also in stock are Club Polo tops a limited quantity of Club T-Shirts.

If you require additional information please contact Bernard at 086 – 8030037

Dec 052017
 

Reminder: One week to the big day.

The following are the opening hours for the Bruff RFC Club shop leading up to Christmas.

Friday 15th December: 19:00 pm – 20:00 pm

Sunday 17th December: 9:45 am – 12:00 pm 

Monday 18th December: 19:30 pm – 20:30 pm 

Tuesday 19th December: 19:30 pm – 20:30 pm

Wednesday 20th December: 19:30 pm – 20:30 pm

We have a range of skinny pants from Age 5 to Adult in stock.

Also in stock are Club Polo tops a limited quantity of Club T-Shirts.

If you require additional information please contact Bernard at 086 – 8030037

Nov 232017
 

To use horse racing parlance… the going was heavy in Killaloe on Sunday last when Bruff travelled to take on the Ballina-Killaloe- Newport combination in the U14 North Munster Section 1 rugby league. Both teams coped with the trying conditions admirably with handling mistakes at a minimum despite the mud.
Bruff were dominant from the off with
Paul O’Brien May crossing the whitewash following a well taken line out and forward drive by the pack in the opposition 22. Cian Scully added the extras. Mikey Fitzgibbon got the first of his hatrick of tries shortly later, the pick of which was his second which came from a strong drive by the pack followed by a sweeping back line move which Mikey dotted down under the posts and converted by Cian.
Tadhg Corkery got in on the scoring in the corner which was followed up by a dot down by Oisin Feely who had been unlucky a few minutes earlier to knock on as he was tackled on the line following a strong break through the middle. Converted by Cian Scully leaving the visitors well on top at half time. Shane Lynch and Arthur Maher were brought into the action at half time and there was no let up in the Bruff attack.
Mikey Fitzgibbon got his 3rd try early in the second half before Sean O’Dwyer picked from the base of a scrum in the 22 to go over for a score. Sean Carroll continued his scoring form with a brace of tries in the last quarter- the second of which was converted by Cian Scully. The final scoring act came from Jack McNamara who expertly gathered a pinpoint accurate cross field kick from a penalty out if the hand by Cian Scully for a Bruff victory.
Squad on the day as follows: 17.Arthur Maher 16.Shane Lynch 15.Jack McNamara 14.Paul O’Brien May 13. Mikey Fitzgibbon 12.Sean Carroll 11. Tadhg Corkery 10.Cian Scully 9.Jake O’Riordan 8.Sean O’Dwyer (capt) 7. Josh McMahon 6.Oisin Feely 5.Alex Finn 4.Michael Clifford 3.Daire O’Brien 2.Sean Hayes 1.Ryan O’Neill.

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Oct 262017
 

The James Keating Memorial Mini Rugby festival is scheduled for the 30th October Bank Holiday Monday.

This year we have a total of 18 teams participating in the highly regarded Mini Rugby festival. The following teams will be participating, Ballina/Killaloe RFC, Cashel RFC, Clanwilliam RFC, Clonmel RFC, Ennis RFC, Kanturk RFC, Mallow RFC, Old Crescent RFC, Richmond/St. Marys, Shannon RFC, Thomond RFC, Young Munster RFC and three Bruff RFC teams will also be competing this year to try to win the coveted James Keating trophy.

Again this year also we will have the Impact Rugby Perpetual Shield kindly sponsored by our partners in Underage Rugby “Impact Rugby” at Bruff RFC for the team that wins the second place section.
We also have the Kilballyowen Perpetual Plate that will be presented to the team that wins the third place section.
Rugby on the day is due to commence at 11:00 am with group stage games followed by the quarter finals, semi-finals and finals.
Come along for a great day out where you get a chance to meet up with old friends. There will be plenty of refreshments available on the day to go along with the rugby.

If you have any questions in relation to the festival call Bernard on 086 – 8030037 for details.