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BUCCANEERS 31 BALLYMENA 26

published:Oct  21

BUCCANEERS scored a bonus point 31-26 victory over Ballymena in a lively and entertaining Energia All-Ireland League Division 2A match at Dubarry Park, Athlone, on Saturday. This was a most encouraging and committed display by the Pirates and victory, their first in this season’s AIL, was all the more welcome bearing in mind missing key personnel as well as somehow incurring four yellow cards.

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RAINEY OLD BOYS 34 BUCCANEERS 10

published:Oct  14

RAINEY OLD BOYS emerged comfortable winners over Buccaneers in the first ever meeting of the two clubs in the Energia All-Ireland League at Hatrick Park, Magherafelt, on Saturday. At the compact neat venue, the Co. Derry side got the scoreboard working early on their way to a 34-10 Division 1A victory. On a sunny afternoon, conditions were near perfect for this fixture.

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BUCCANEERS 6 QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY 24

published:Oct  07

BUCCANEERS kicked off life in Division 2A of the Energia All-Ireland League with a very disappointing 24-6 home defeat to Queen’s University at rain sodden Dubarry Park on Saturday. Buccs fielded a massively changed squad for this encounter against the side they had played in their most recent AIL fixture, a play-off at the Athlone venue last May. The Pirates kicked off with only five starters from that match while Queen’s, fresh from their Ulster Cup triumph, were able to call on the bulk of their panel from last season.

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BUCCANEERS 18 NAVAN 17

published:Oct  01

 HARRY’S GAME!

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BUCCANEERS 24 BALLINA 45

published:Sep  23

BUCCANEERS tamely surrendered their grip on the Connacht Senior League title when they were comprehensively defeated by Ballina 45-24 in the final fixture of this season’s campaign played in dull conditions at Dubarry Park on Saturday. Buccs were unable to match “Dublin’s strive for five” when they came up against a rejuvenated Mayo outfit as they suffered a first home CSL defeat in five years.

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BUCCS HOME TO BALLINA WHILE JUNIOR 2'S KICK OFF TONIGHT

published:Sep  20

BUCCANEERS host Ballina in their final Connacht Senior League fixture of the season in Dubarry Park tomorrow (Saturday). Kick off is 2.30 p.m. for this contest as Buccs strive for five league titles in succession. A big ask as they must better Sligo's result by 30 points. All support welcome.

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GALWEGIANS 17 BUCCANEERS 31

published:Sep  16

BUCCANEERS maintained the pressure on leaders Sligo with a commendable 31-17 Connacht Senior League victory over Galwegians at Crowley Park, Glenina, on Saturday. Buccs were the superior of two youthful, developing sides and were good value for their bonus point win in a game played in dry but breezy conditions.

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GALWEGIANS v BUCCANEERS kick off now 3.30 p.m.

published:Sep  13

BUCCANEERS Connacht Senior League fixture away to GALWEGIANS at Crowley Park on Saturday now has a 3.30 p.m. kick off.

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BUCCANEERS 38 CORINTHIANS 28

published:Sep  09

14-man Buccaneers scored a tonic 38-28 bonus point victory over leaders Galway Corinthians in their Connacht Senior League match played in ideal conditions under the Dubarry Park floodlights on Friday night. This was a quite entertaining and lively affair between two youthful squads with Buccs making six changes from their opening game at Sligo.

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JACK CARTY GETS FIRST START FOR IRELAND

published:Aug  29

JACK CARTY has been selected at outhalf for Ireland's pre World Cup warm-up fixture v Wales in Cardiff on Saturday. Everyone at Buccaneers is mightily proud of Jack and wish him a successful outing at the Principality Stadium. The match will be live on Channel 4.

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