Fixture News category listing 27 | Buccaneers Rugby Football Club Athlone

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FIXTURES w/e November 17th

published:Nov  11

Following a long trip to Cork last weekend, BUCCANEERS U-20s face their lengthiest journey of the season when they head south-east to Waterford to tackle Waterpark in the South-West Conference League Division One on Saturday, kick off 2.30 p.m. Waterpark currently lie second from bottom with a draw their only positive result to date. Buccs should continue their promising start but must guard against complacency as the home side is in dire need of ekeing out a first victory. However, the midlanders should be able to field a reasonably strong squad and, if they come close to repeating last Saturday’s performance, they should prove too strong for Waterpark.

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FRIDAY NIGHT SHOWDOWN FOR BUCCS AT CORINTHIANS!

published:Nov  04

FRIDAY NIGHT SHOWDOWN FOR BUCCS AT CORINTHIANS

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FIXTURES w/e November 9th

published:Nov  04



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BUCCS tackle SHANNON on Saturday

published:Oct  28

BUCCANEERS face an acid test of their Ulster Bank League potential when they square up to Shannon in a hugely-anticipated Division 1B clash at Dubarry Park on Saturday afternoon. Kick off in Athlone is 2.30 p.m.

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BUCCS AWAY TO TRINITY AT SYDNEY PARADE

published:Oct  21

BUCCS AWAY TO TRINITY IN MONKSTOWN

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FIXTURES w/e October 19th

published:Oct  14

BUCCANEERS U-20s make the first of four trips to Cork in this season’s South-West Conference League Division One when they travel to take on Highfield on Saturday. Highfield’s ground is at Woodleigh Park, Model Farm Road, on the city’s Westside. Kick off is scheduled at 2.30 p.m. Buccs have a compact but tidy squad at this grade and they will travel with some confidence following fine wins over Shannon and N.U.I.G/Corinthians. It will be tougher down south but, if these young Pirates can repeat their will to work and positive attitude, they can maintain their promising start to this league.

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Fixtures

published:Oct  07

BUCCANEERS are home to Shannon on Saturday when the clubs duel in the South-West Conference U-20 League Division One at Dubarry Park, Athlone; kick off 2.30 p.m. This will be a tougher test for these young Buccs who may have added options if Ben Carty, Eoghan O’Reilly and Rory Moloney are available for this fixture. With Buccs having six of their ten league games away from home due to the intransigence of the Cork clubs, it is vital that they maximise their return from home matches.

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7.30 pm kick off for BUCCS HOME GAME TO MALONE ON SATURDAY NIGHT

published:Oct  02

BUCCANEERS host their first home Ulster Bank League match of the season when they take on Malone in a floodlit game, sponsored by Ganlys of Athlone, on Saturday night, kick off 7.30 p.m. (Children U-14 admitted FREE to all Buccs AIL matches, provided they are accompanied by an adult!).

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TOUGH OPENER FOR BUCCS IN BELFAST

published:Sep  23

BUCCANEERS commence this season’s Ulster Bank League with a tough opener away to Belfast Harlequins in Deramore Park, Belfast, on Saturday when this Division 1B tie has a 2.30 p.m. kick off.  Harlequins have been something of a sleeping giant in recent seasons but seem to have retained most of their key personnel for the forthcoming campaign. They will prove a hard nut to crack on their own compact grounds so it is imperative that Buccs hit the ground running on Saturday.

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WOMEN AWAY TO CILL DARA & SECONDS HOME TO CORRIB

published:Sep  16

BUCCANEERS SECONDS have their first home league match of the season when they take on Corrib at Dubarry Park on Saturday evening in the Connacht Junior 1B League. Kick off is now at 7 p.m.These Buccs disappointed away to Ballyhaunis in their opening fixture and will be keen to atone on home ground. There is the nucleus of a decent side there with the likes of the Byrne brothers, Adrian Hughes and Liam Doran in the pack allayed to Dominic Griffiths, Nicky Purcell and David Fagan in the backline. A number of other players should be coming in to contention, possibly next weekend, when the Pirates must capitalise on home advantage. More guile will need to be shown than was displayed at Ballyhaunis but, if Buccs play to their strengths and not get bogged down in a one-dimensional game, then they can prevail. (Please note that due to the All-Ireland Football final that kick off time may be changed, so keep up to date on the club’s website).

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