In their very first season of competitive rugby, Buccaneers Womens team finished their campaign on a real high note when they demolished Carrick-On-Shannon 32-0 in the final of the Connacht Womens Invitation Cup at the Sportsground, Galway, on Sunday.
In this their very first season, Buccaneers Womens team has qualified for a second provincial decider when they overcame favourites Sligo 12-5 in the semi-final of the Connacht Womens Development Cup at Dubarry Park, Athlone, on Easter Sunday.
BUCCANEERS bounced back quickly to winning ways when they comfortably defeated University College, Cork, 43-22 in a lively and entertaining Ulster Bank League Division 1B encounter at Dubarry Park, Athlone.
BUCCANEERS WOMENS team put in a very creditable performance despite losing the Connacht Womens Development League final to Sligo 26-7 at Ballyhaunis on Thursday night.
Connacht Junior 2 League semi-final before the home side prevailed 22-10 after a well-contested battle in untypical Galway March weather on Sunday.
CORINTHIANS retained their Connacht Junior 1A League status when they outpointed Buccaneers 20-13 in a well-contested promotion/relegation play-off at Corinthian Park, Galway, on Sunday.
BUCCANEERS THIRDS and their Galwegians counterparts served up an eminently entertaining Connacht Junior 2 League affair before the spoils were shared 7-7 at Dubarry Park, Athlone, on Sunday.
With no less than eight Buccaneers players required by Connacht A and also missing their three Ireland U20 heroes, the midlanders were severely weakened for their Connacht Senior Cup semi-final trip to Hamilton Park, Strandhill, on Saturday where Sligo triumphed on a 38-29 margin.
BUCCANEERS DEVELOPMENT SQUAD scored a fully merited 24-13 Connacht Junior 1B League victory over Ballinasloe in a well-contested final league fixture of the season at Moher Road on Sunday.