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Buccs away to leaders Ballynahinch

Buccaneers travel to the Co Down foothills on Saturday where they square up to long-time league leaders Ballynahinch in the Ulster Bank League with this division 1B clash kicking off at Ballymacarn Park at 2.30pm. Buccs lost their opening day fixture against the northerners who, spurred on by the tragic deaths of Nevin Spence, his father Noel and brother Graham, played with passion and zeal to defeat the Pirates in a decent contest that really could have gone either way. Since then, Hinch have been on a mission to achieve promotion and are very much in the driving seat, nine points ahead of their nearest rivals UCD with just four rounds of matches remaining. Barring a calamity, they look certainties to go up at this stage.

Incentives remain for Connacht clubs in derby clash

Galwegians and Buccaneers renew rivalry on Saturday in a crucial fixture for both sides in this season’s Ulster Bank League division 1B.

Buccs must win final home game

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.

Corinthians suffer extra-time loss

Corinthians suffered a heartbreaking 16-13 extra-time loss to Dungannon on Saturday, bowing out of the Ulster Bank League’s Bateman Cup at Stevenson Park.

Buccaneers away to Dungannon in eagerly anticipated league clash

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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.

 

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