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Galwegians have recruited Connacht Rugby development officer Cory Brown to coach its 1st XV next season.
Galwegians face a must-win fixture when they travel to Cork to face a struggling UCC in Saturday’s Ulster Bank League division 1B (2.30pm).
The newly-structured Ulster Bank League kicks off this weekend, and there is much at stake for Connacht clubs this season.
Former Connacht player Colm Rigney has been appointed head coach of Galwegians next season, and he will be assisted by Connacht fullback Gavin Duffy.
Buccaneers are away to leaders Old Belvedere in their refixed AIB League division 1B game at Anglesea Road, Dublin, on Sunday January 31. The original scheduled match fell victim to the bad weather a couple of weeks ago and has been slotted in for Sunday as Buccaneers host the AIB Cup finals on Saturday.
There is a buzz around Stradey Park these days which Connacht must endure on Saturday when they face Llanelli Scarlets in the Magners League.
Connacht slumped to their worst performance of the Magners League when overrun by a rampant Cardiff in Arms Park.
Connacht and Ulster go head to head in Ravenhill tomorrow night (7.30pm) for a second successive year with Heineken Cup qualification as their no 1 ambition.
Billed as the glamour home match of their European season, Connacht host pool favourites London Irish in a crunch Challenge Cup fixture tomorrow evening (7pm).
Billed as the glamour home match of their European season, Connacht host pool favourites London Irish in a crunch Challenge Cup fixture tomorrow evening (7pm).London Irish, last year’s Heineken Cup semi-finalists and currently sitting in sixth place in the English premiership, are favourites to top Pool 1, but Michael Bradley is banking on Connacht’s recent fine form and a strong home support to upset the odds and make it two out of two.The task will be immense. This is a side that hammered Sale Sharks (Munster’s opposition this weekend) 28 - 6 in their last premiership outing. Last weekend they ran in 12 tries against Rovigo - London Irish's highest points score in any competition in the professional era.