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BUCCS GIRLS PROVIDE GUARD OF HONOUR AT WOMENS INTERNATIONAL MATCH

published:Nov  12

Buccaneers RFC U-10 and U-12 Girls are having a busy November. Last Saturday was a 10 am kick-off for a Connacht Blitz Girls Series where Corinthians RFC were our excellent hosts. We had competitive games v Connemara All Blacks, Galwegians, Galway Bay RFC, Loughrea Unicorns and Claremorris Colts.

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BUCCS HOME TO UL BOHEMIAN

published:Nov  12

BUCCANEERS are home to UL Bohemian on Saturday when the sides meet in the Energian All-Ireland League Division 2A at Dubarry Park. Kick off is 2.30 p.m. This is a game that the midlanders must target for a win as home victories are crucial to a side’s well being. UL Bohs will arrive in upbeat mood following their first win of the campaign when they recorded a 21-18 victory over Nenagh Ormond on Friday night.

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MU BARNHALL 34 BUCCANEERS 10

published:Nov  12

MU BARNHALL maintained their fantastic winning streak when defeating Buccaneers 34-10 in their Energia All-Ireland League match played at bitterly cold Parsonstown, Leixlip, on Saturday. The west Dublin club strengthened their grip at the top of Division 2A in the process while Buccs remain in eighth position. The homesters fielded a settled side while the understrength midlanders had a handful of alterations including a couple of late changes with Conor Kenny being pulled by Connacht at the eleventh hour and Callum Boland not recovering from illness in time to play. Teenagers Harry O’Reilly and Darren Browne were in the front row and Ruairi Byrne returned at lock with injury ruling out Sean Masterson, Rory Grenham and Rory Moloney as well as centre Corey Reid. Darragh Corbett was unavailable due to GAA commitments so Rory O’Connor and Michael Hanley started in the backline.

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BUCCS AWAY TO MU BARNHALL

published:Nov  07

BUCCANEERS are away to MU/Barnhall in the Energia All-Ireland League on Saturday when this Division 2A game kicks off at 2.30 p.m. in Parsonstown, Leixlip. This will be an acid test for the developing Buccs squad as the Leinster side are on a serious winning streak and currently top the league table.

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‘Your Club, Your Country’ Grand Draw tickets deadline

published:Nov  04

All ‘Your Club Your Country’ Grand Draw tickets must be returned this weekend. If you have unsold books, return them immediately as the club has takers for them. The support of all strands of the club is essential for the success of this draw, for which the club retains proceeds of all tickets sold. Top prize is a trip for two to Australia next year; super value at only €10 per ticket. All support greatly appreciated.

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NENAGH ORMOND 21 BUCCANEERS 22

published:Nov  04

 

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BUCCS AWAY TO NENAGH ORMOND

published:Oct  30

BUCCANEERS travel to Lisatunny to take on Nenagh Ormond in the Energia All-Ireland League on Saturday. Kick off is 2.30 p.m. for this Division 2A fixture.

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GALWEGIANS 32 BUCCANEERS 12

published:Oct  30

GALWEGIANS THIRDS got off to a whirlwind start scoring four unanswered tries as they raced into a 24-0 lead in their Connacht Junior 2 League game against Buccaneers. While Buccs came much more into the game as it progressed, a red card incurred by Keith Grehan ensured they would never get on terms with their opponents in windy conditions at Crowley Park, Glenina.

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ST. MARY’S COLLEGE 57 BUCCANEERS 10

published:Oct  30

BUCCANEERS shipped a disappointing 57-10 heavy defeat away to St. Mary’s College in their J.P.Fanagan Leinster U-20 League Premier 2 Division game at Templeville Road on Sunday.

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BUCCANEERS 23 CORINTHIANS 32 (Cup semifinal 2019)

published:Oct  30

A more physical and committed Corinthians overcame Buccaneers 32-23 in their Connacht Senior Cup semi-final played in near ideal conditions under the Dubarry Park floodlights on Thursday night. The Tribesmens pack was the dominant force in the tight and their defence was generally uncompromising against a much-changed home outfit.

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