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Depleted Buccaneers succumb to powerful Old Wesley performance

OLD WESLEY 29 BUCCANEERS 13

Narrow away day loss for Buccaneers in the capital

OLD BELVEDERE 11 BUCCANEERS 10

Buccaneers lose more ground with away day loss

BALLYNAHINCH 42 BUCCANEERS 31

International recognition for Buccaneers provincial captain

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Buccaneers player Darragh Murray has received international recognition following his selection for the Ireland U18 rugby squad travelling to play Italy next week.

Buccaneers claim close merited win in Galway

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BUCCANEERS made it a clean sweep of Connacht Senior League victories when they defeated Corinthians at Corinthian Park, Galway, on Saturday. But, as last week, it took a last move try to secure a hard fought win when the indomitable John Sutton broke Corinthians hearts when he popped over for the vital score.

Buccaneers win Connacht U17 Cup

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Buccaneers had to fight every inch of the way as they won the Connacht U17 Cup following a gripping decider against a dogged Ballina side at the Sportsground on Sunday (May 7).

Buccaneers battle to the end to retain top spot

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Although not playing to their true potential for long periods, Buccaneers showed their character by eking out an 18-13 Ulster Bank League triumph over Ballymena at Eaton Park on Saturday.

Buccaneers look to maintain top spot with win against Old Wesley

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Buccaneers head to Dublin on Saturday where they face Old Wesley in the Ulster Bank League Division 1B at Donnybrook, kick off 2.30pm.

Buccaneers leave it to 11th hour against Naas

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Buccaneers entertain University College Cork in the fourth round of the Ulster Bank League Division 1B fixtures at Dubarry Park on Saturday. This could be a tricky assignment for the Pirates, who will need to play with composure and commitment from start to finish against the Students.

Public lecture on when pirates ruled the seas

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The pirates of the late 1600s, early 1700s, conjures images of bloodthirsty bandits and violent criminals, but in some respects their outlook and ethos was an early form of the most ruthless kind of capitalism.

 

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