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Buccaneers return to the top flight of club rugby in Ireland, hosting Lansdowne in the opening round of this season’s Ulster Bank League division 1A at Dubarry Park, Athlone, on Saturday (2.30 pm).
Buccaneers player Jordan Conroy was named Ulster Bank Division 1B Player of the Year at the fifth annual Ulster Bank League Awards in the Aviva Stadium last week.
Jordan Conroy and Tom Conlon were the main winners at Buccaneers Rugby Football Club’s annual awards event held at the Sheraton Athlone Hotel last Saturday night, May 13.
Buccaneers finished up their Ulster Bank League Division 1B title-winning season with yet another bonus point victory at Dubarry Park on Saturday, but their 40-10 win over Ballynahinch was not as clearcut as the scoreline suggests.
Buccaneers’ final fixture of the season takes place at Dubarry Park this Easter Saturday when Ballynahinch come to Athlone, kick off 2.30pm. The Ulster Bank League Division 1B trophy and medals will be presented to champions Buccs after the game.
Buccaneers are Ulster Bank League Division 1B champions following their 30-23 victory over Naas in a thrilling and intensely competitive top of the table clash in front of a big crowd at Dubarry Park, Athlone.
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Buccaneers are on the cusp of promotion following this bonus point 39-27 Ulster Bank League Division 1B victory over nearest challengers UL Bohemian on the 4G pitch in the University of Limerick campus on Saturday.
•Corinthians RFC, in association with Ulster Bank Galway, will be bringing the RBS Six Nations Trophy to Corinthian Park next Wednesday (February 22) with special guests Alan Quinlan, Luke Fitzgerald and a member of the Connacht squad. This night is open to all. At 5.45pm, Quinlan and Fitzgerald will take a training session with one of the club’s youth teams. Photo opportunities will be available from 6.30pm until 7.30pm, followed by a Q & A session.
alwegians suffered another defeat in the Ulster Bank League division 1B, losing to Connacht rivals Buccaneers by 25-14.