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Buccaneers fail to impress against Dolphin

Following two splendid away victories, Buccaneers were brought back to earth as Dolphin completed a double over the Midlanders when winning their Ulster Bank League Division 1B game 32-22 at Dubarry Park, Athlone.

Top of the table clash as Buccaneers entertain Ballymena

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Buccaneers are home to joint leaders Ballymena on Saturday (November 7). This much-anticipated Ulster Bank League Division 1B game kicks off under the Dubarry Park floodlights at 7.30pm.

An Taoiseach visits Buccaneers Rugby Club

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Following the official opening of the new Mullingar to Athlone cycleway last Sunday, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny joined local TD Gabrielle McFadden in heading to The Bounty at Dubarry Park to watch Ireland’s Rugby World Cup quarter-final match against Argentina. 

Buccaneers fall to first home defeat of season against St Mary’s

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Buccaneers suffered their first home defeat of the season when going down 24-20 to St Mary’s College in a competitive Ulster Bank League Division 1B encounter at Dubarry Park.

Buccs u20s qualify for top division in Leinster

Buccaneers qualified for the Premier Division in the forthcoming Leinster J P Fanagan U-20 League where they will compete for the first time this season.

Buccs home to St Mary’s

Buccaneers entertain St Mary’s College in round five of the Ulster Bank League when Division 1B action resumes at Dubarry Park on Saturday (October 17).

Buccs shade it against Blackrock

Buccaneers maintained their encouraging start to the Ulster Bank League Division 1B by shading a dramatic encounter 30-28 against Blackrock College at Dubarry Park.

Buccs look to rebound after first loss

Buccaneers return home to Dubarry Park on Saturday to play Blackrock College in the Ulster Bank League.

Fine win as Buccs see off Corinthians

Buccaneers claimed the spoils following a fine Ulster Bank League Division 1B 25-18 derby win over Corinthians at Dubarry Park last Friday. That result sets Buccs up nicely ahead of tomorrow’s trip north to Dungannon as the Athlone outfit continue to improve. Mark Dolan, Conor Finn, and Steve McAuley crashed over for Buccaneers’ tries while Jack Carty landed 10 points (two penalties and two conversions).

Wegians edged out

Buccaneers remain in the hunt for promotion after eking out a 12 - 6 victory over Connacht rivals Galwegians at Dubarry Park on Friday evening.

 

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