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Galwegians have opened up a 12-point lead in the Ulster Bank League’s division 2A after a seven-try blitz over Naas in Crowley Park on Saturday.
Galwegians made a serious assault on the Ulster Bank Division 2a table when they blew away highly-fancied Queens University by 28 - 0 at Crowley Park on Saturday.
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Galwegians came away with four vital points in a hard-fought battle away to Old Crescent in this re-arranged Ulster Bank Division 2a fixture in Limerick on Saturday.
Buccaneers remain in the hunt for promotion after eking out a 12 - 6 victory over Connacht rivals Galwegians at Dubarry Park on Friday evening.
Connacht head to England for Saturday’s return joust with Gloucester knowing an improved performance, particularly in the set piece, is vital to achieve a first Heineken Cup win. Despite earning their first point in Europe’s elite competition last weekend against the English premiership outfit in their 14 - 11 defeat at the Sportsground, Connacht know they let slip another chance to achieve a much-needed win after a run of defeats.Now they travel to Gloucester with hopes that an improved performance up front will provide the backs with sufficient ball to cause their opponents problems. If Connacht do not improve in that area, the Cherry and Whites will simply adopt a 10-man game plan and Connacht will be on the back foot again.
Connacht head to England for Saturday’s return joust with Gloucester knowing an improved performance, particularly in the set piece, is vital to achieve a first Heineken Cup win.
Galwegians suffered their third successive defeat in the Ulster Bank League division 1b when they were comprehensively outgunned by Ulster side Belfast Harlequins by 39 - 15 at Crowley Park on Saturday.
Galwegians, still searching for their first win of this season’s Ulster Bank League, face another difficult assignment this weekend. They face one of last season’s newly promoted sides, Belfast Harlequins, on Saturday in Crowley Park, desperate to kick start their division 1b campaign.
Galway’s two city rugby clubs enjoyed a successful weekend with both securing vital victories in the AIB League.