Buccaneer Boyle makes debut for Ireland as Carty earns second cap

Dynamic young backrower Paul Boyle made his Ireland debut against USA at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.

The former Ireland U20s captain was introduced from the bench along with fellow Buccaneers players David Heffernan and Finlay Bealham, who scored his second try for Ireland, in the second half. Ireland coasted to a facile 71-10 victory.

Luke Carty earned his second cap for the visitors following his impressive debut against England. It was a difficult evening for the recent Pirate as the Eagles could not reproduce their second half form shown against England and they paid dearly for spurning a number of straight-forward penalty kicks early in the match when they were on top.

After a mistake ridden opening quarter, Ireland then got down to business with many debutants doing well and the team displaying some wonderful handling on occasion.

Another Award For Henshaw

Robbie Henshaw has been named the Leinster Players Player of the Year, a richly deserved honour for the in-form centre. Here’s wishing that his hamstring injury will clear up swiftly and he will be ready to go against the Springboks.

The Lions tour is becoming more challenging by the day but, hopefully, the tests will all go ahead. Remember that a Lions camera crew will be in attendance at Dubarry Park and The Bounty for the first test on July 24.

Golf Classic

Buccaneers annual golf classic takes place at Glasson Lakehouse course on Tuesday next, July 20. Entry fee is €240 per team of four (a discounted fee of €200 applies for starters before 11am ) and last tee time is 4pm.

Contact the club’s Administrator Geraldine at 0861732711 to book your team and, of course, the earlier you book the better chance of getting your preferred tee slot. It is short notice for this year’s Golf Classic but entries at time of writing are very good.

Buccaneers Summer Rugby Camp

Buccaneers summer rugby camp will take place in August at Dubarry Park. The camp is for boys and girls aged 7 to 12 years and will be held on Monday, August 9 until Friday, August 13 from 9.30am to 12.30pm daily. The camp will be compliant with all IRFU Covid-19 regulations. Cost is €70 euro and every participant will receive a free rugby ball and t-shirt.

Boys and girls can have fun, keep fit, learn skills and make new friends at the Buccs camp. Early booking is recommended. To do so, contact the club’s Administrator Geraldine at 0861732711 or email her at [email protected].

50/50 Draw

Austin and Rosie Reid won €174 in Buccaneers RFC weekly 50/50 Draw. You could be next; entry is only €2 per week. Thanks to all who are supporting it.

 

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