The 1st XV suffered a second UBL defeat last weekend at the hands of league leaders Midelton going down 16-35 at home in Kilballyowen. Bruff had 11 points from the boot of David O Grady who kicked three penalties and also a second half conversion following a try from back-rower Cillian Rea.
Seapoint away are next up this weekend who suffered defeat themselves last weekend at the hands of Kanturk.
Last weekends Team: 1.Dave Horan 2.Johnny Hogan 3. Brendan Keogh 4.Barry Laffan 5.Neilus Keogh 6.Cillian Rea 7.Mikey Cooke 8.Paddy Clery 9.Davy O Grady 10.Barry Enright 11. Mark Cosgrove 12. Eric Finn 13. Jack O Grady 14.Liam Barrett 15. Kevin McManus 16. Danny Keogh 17. Timothy Quirke 18. Tom O Brien 19 Tadgh O Dwyer 20 Richard McAuliffe
Munster Seconds League
The second’s played out a cracker on Monday night when they met UL Boh’s in the seconds league. Bruff scored four tries to pick up a try scoring bonus point victory in their first league outing of the season. Des Power was first over the line on 24 minutes scoring from short range after some good work close in from the forwards. Bruff scored a second try on 60 minutes from Richie McAulliffe with Niall Bynres adding a third on 78 minutes. The Bonus point score came in the 80th minute with Shane Doona punishing a loose Boh’s kick to run in from half way after a long crossfield pass from Out half McAuliffe. McAuliffe also kicked 11 points from the tee to make it 31-5 to Bruff in the end.
The u20’s traveled to Cork on Sunday to compete in a seeding tournament which will determine what division they will play in this season. They played two games vrs Highfield and Cork Con winning 10-5 vs Highfiled and losing 15-0 to Cons. The Bruff tries came thanks to Liam Tracey and Jack Fitzgerald.
They are in action again this weekend when they travel to Coonagh to play Shannon and Dolphin in phase 2 of the seeding competition.
Players that travelled
Darragh Moore, Brady Day ,Brian Bulfin , Tom Quigley, Jack Fitzgerald, Darren O Farrell, Ferghal Cooke, Cian Mulqueen, Tadhg O Dwyer, Gareth Cooke, David Moloney,
Niall Byrne, Cian Clifford , Liam Treacy, Tom Breen, Jack O Grady, Matthew O Dea , Kevin Treacy, Conor Fitzpatrick.Liam Barrett
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