Dolphin will be going for three in a row in the Cork Charity Cup when they take on Cashel in Cashel on Sat 31st August in the Q/F. The winner will have a home semi-final v Midleton. The J2′s travel to Rathcooney to take on Old Christians the following morning, in the first round
Monthly Archives / June 2013
With so many Dolphin players with Munster & Academy contracts, there should be significant club interest in the Munster A side this season. The draw was made today for the B & I Cup, the number of teams has been reduced and now there is 24 teams playing in 6 pools of 4 (like the Heineken
Congratulations to Noel Hickey who recently succeeded John Sylvester, we wish him every success and hopes he enjoys the season.
Dolphin are having a Club Clean Up Day (CCUD) Saturday week 29th ,we hope to start at 9.30 ,stop for breakfast and watch the lions second test. The U20s are having an open day for potential Dolphin u20 players ,while galvanising our current u19/u20 players We will BYO Breakfast ,we will go back outside to try and
Having got over his disappointment at not getting called from the bench against Ireland, John Quill played for 20 mins v Tonga last weekend. The Eagles take on Fiji in the Pacific Nations Cup on Wednesday, hoping for their first win of the season and John Quill has been given the opportunity to start at N0
Ryan Murphy, Rory Scannell and Darren Sweetnam are all starting in the 5th place semi final v France in the Junior World Cup as they try to match the placing of Niall Scannells side last season. The game is not being shown on TV.
Summer Camp 1 July 1st (Mon) to 4th (Thurs) Summer Camp 2 Aug 12th (Mon) to 15th (Thurs) Running each day from 9.30 am – 1 pm Only €60 per Camp, including Dolphin T-Shirt + Gift. Email email@example.com
Just a reminder, the Club AGM will be held in the Club Pavilion next Wednesday 19th June at 7.30 pm.
Having arrived out as a replacement earlier in the week and seeing action for the Emerging Ireland side in the Tbilisi Cup v South Africa Presidents XV, Dave O’Callaghan has been retained in the 2nd row for the Irish sides final fixture v Uruguay.
Congratulations to James Downey who will make his international debut v Canada on Sat Morning (1 am Irish time) Back just one season with Munster, Downey is one of the few players who has represented three Munster Provinces, Leinster, Connacht and Munster (twice) in addition to Calvisano and Northampton where he won a European Challenge Cup medal.