A very understrength Dolphin side travelled to Cashel in the opening round of the Cork Charity Cup. With a significant number of players unavailable due to representative obligations and others still away, a weak side, some players playing out of position took the field. They faced a very determined and skilful Cashel side, Andrew Wallace opened
Monthly Archives / August 2013
Tomás O’Leary pictured with James Coughlan having viewed the display of jerseys in Dolphin including an International Jersey of Tomás. They only met tonight off the pitch, Tomás started for London Irish but was replaced at half time while James was only introduced at the break. Cian Bohane was a late change to the starting
Tomás O’Leary returns to Musgrave Park to face Munster after a long injury lay off. Included in the Munster side is Denis Hurley, Dave O’Callaghan and Sean Dougall. On the bench are James Cronin, James Coughlan and Cian Bohane and Rory Scannell may make his first senior appearance.
Firstly to congratulate you all on a huge effort that you all put in last year. Our Mini section was well marshalled by Declan McKenna and his coaches and it was a very enjoyable year for the players and parents. Thanks to Ray Elwood and John Green and all Coaches, Managers, Bagmen/Bagwomen Parents and Players in
http://au.prime7.yahoo.com/n3/news/a/-/local/17932610/cowra-eagles-discover-a-star-video/ This clip shows some great running by Mills on his debut, “An Irish try scoring machine has sent shudders through the Central West Rugby comp with a breathtaking performance on debut for Cowra. Eamon Mills is the new Eagles fullback.” Mills was in New South Wales for the summer, he linked up with 2
The trial of the new law has commenced and follows extensive evaluation of the sequence during the recent IRB Pacific Rugby Cup, which indicated the possible delivery of a more stable platform leading to fewer resets and more successful scrums. Club & school affiliated referees are required to familiarise themselves with the new law trials.
Former Ireland rugby coach Declan Kidney has been appointed as the Director of Sport and Physical Activity at University College Cork. Kidney, 53, is also a former student of UCC and is looking forward to the challenge after his five years as Ireland coach. Kidney has achieved Grand Slam and Triple Crown success and reaching
Training times are as follows; Under 7, 8, 9 & 10’s are 9.45am to 11.00am Under 11’s & 12’s are 10am to 11.30am The list of coaches and Team Managers will be finalised by 31st August. Last seasons U12′s will be moving up to U13 under Team Manager Willie Kingston, there will be a separate
James Coughlan will deputising for new captain Peter O’Mahony as Munster’s international players are still in the midst of their pre-season preparations and will not be available for selection until after the Celtic League starts on September 7. Coughlan was confirmed as Saturday’s captain v Gloucester at the official launch of the Bank of Ireland and Munster
Congratulations to Mick Cafferkey who won President John Sylvester’s Prize at Douglas Golf Club last week.