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Buccaneers kick off this season’s Ulster Bank League division 1B campaign with a home fixture against Bruff in Dubarry Park on Saturday at 2.30pm.
Connacht Rugby is hoping to complete its squad for next season with the signing of former Leeds Carnegie player, Henry Fa’amili.
Buccaneers square up to recent conquerors Dungannon in their final home game of this season’s Ulster Bank League when the sides renew acquaintance at Dubarry Park, Athlone, on Saturday afternoon, March 26. Kick off for this Division 1B encounter is 2.30pm.
Buccaneers face a tricky restart to the rugby season when they travel north to Dungannon for a crunch All Ireland League division 1B encounter at Stevenson Park on Saturday, kick off 2.30 pm. This is a vital test for both sides with Buccs, hot on the heels of leaders Clontarf, keen to maintain their momentum while the northerners simply cannot afford to slip further adrift as the league campaign heads into the crucial second phase.
Connacht, needing to get wins on the Magners League table, face a critical test tomorrow when newcomers Aironi visit the Galway Sportsground (7pm).
The derby of this weekend’s All Ireland League action takes place at Dubarry Park when an in-form Buccaneers host a struggling Galwegians on Saturday (2.30pm).
Connacht open their European campaign with a trip to Italy where they face newcomers I Cavalieri Estra on Saturday (3pm).
After their most successful start to the season, Connacht return to the Galway Sportsground on Saturday (7.30pm) to face Ulster in the first interprovincial of the season. Traditionally Connacht’s closest rivals for Ireland’s third Heineken Cup place, Ulster come west after three wins on the trot and having spent big over the summer in recruitment. Yet coach Eric Elwood believes his side is “in the right frame of mind for this game. The lads know how important the derby matches are, but we are in a different position than in the past and hopefully we can take that confidence forward to Saturday. We would always fancy our chances at home and hopefully history will change itself on Saturday.”
After their most successful start to the season, Connacht return to the Galway Sportsground on Saturday (7.30pm) to face Ulster in the first interprovincial of the season.
Connacht’s much anticipated European semi-final has finally arrived. Tomorrow evening Connacht take on a red-hot Toulon in the Amlin Challenge Cup semi-final at the Galway Sportsground.