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Blackrock tops in ‘7s in the City’

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Blackrock College took top honours in the inaugural Smith’s SuperValu ‘7s in the City’ event, a women-only sevens tournament which was hosted by Buccaneers RFC last weekend, supporting Action Breast Cancer. Played on the June bank holiday Saturday, Blackrock won the Michael Moore Car Sales Open contest. Old Belvedere won the Murphys Law Junior league with Carrick-on-Suir capturing the Medussa Hair Studio u18 title after a long day’s rugby played in glorious weather.

Corinthians face crucial final push for promotion

Corinthians lost their long-held second spot in the Ulster Bank League’s division 1B after falling to runaway winners Terenure on Saturday.

Buccs encounter Blackrock College tomorrow afternoon

Dubarry Park hosts a vital Ulster Bank League Division 1B encounter this Saturday afternoon when Buccaneers entertain Blackrock College.

Corinthians maintain push for promotion

Corinthians completed the double against Blackrock College, winning by 29-12 on Saturday afternoon to continue their push for promotion in the Ulster Bank League.

The Neale scholar remembered

Fr Seán Farragher, who died earlier this month, has been described as a ‘a giant of scholarship’ by the principal of Blackrock College, Dublin.

Corinthians host Shannon after opening day win

Corinthians RFC takes centre stage on the rugby calendar this weekend when they host their first All Ireland League division 1B fixture at Cloonacauneen.

Castlebar judge laid to rest

Retired district court judge, John Garavan (77), a native of Castlebar, was laid to rest on Tuesday morning, following a long illness.

Connacht face big test against old rivals Harlequins

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Connacht and Harlequins renew European rivalry on Sunday when the two sides meet at the Twickenham Stoop in this season’s Amlin Challenge Cup third round.

Buccaneers Club Notes

New season training

New Oak claims top spot in premier division

New Oak maintained their whirlwind start to the season as they claimed top spot in the Carlow People premier division with a 3-1 defeat of Hanover Harps to end their opponents unbeaten start to the season. Parkville United are the only remaining team in the premier division with a 100 per cent record as they made it three wins from three matches defeating league champions Crettyard United 3-1.

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