With Dolphin finally beating Garryowen in Dooradoyle in the AIL, supporters are looking forward to the first home game v St Mary’s College on Sunday (Munster take on Leinster at Thomond Park on Saturday). Dolphin have had the ideal start, the last time they scored four tries on the opening day was in 2002-03 when
Monthly Archives / September 2013
Dolphin won their opening 2nds league fixture, defeating Cashel by 31-7. Dolphin had tries from Chris Bannon, Andrew O’Leary, Harry Fleming , Tommy Duggan and Evan Maverley with Tommy Duggan being successful with three conversions.
Eamonn Mills, Dolphin’s first try scorer pictured against St Mary’s College last season Dolphin finally earned an AIL victory at Dooradoyle on the sixth attempt and they did it in style with a try bonus point. Garryowen had the opportunity to open the scoring with a penalty but Jamie Galvin pulled it wide, but Rory
FEARGUS O’DONOGHUE INVITES YOU AND GUESTS TO HIS BIG FIVE “O” ON FRIDAY THE 27 th OF SEPTEMBER IN DOLPHIN’S CLUB HOUSE MUSGRAVE PARK 8:30PM AND ONWARDS P.S No presents please, optional bucket collection for AWARE charity at the door.
Ed Mills who played for Dolphin for two seasons and made 27 AIL appearances between 2005-6 and 2006-7. The former Munster U21 winger then moved to Edinburgh to continue his studies and last season the Architect moved to USA and is now playing his rugby with Kansas City Blues. He is included in the 26 man
Dolphin had a well deserved victory over Cork Constitution at Musgrave Park on Wednesday evening. The home side got off to a good start with tries from Luke Jordan and Cian Daly, try number two soon followed for Cian Daly and Cameron O’Shaughnessy made it 26 -0 with a try having converted the other three.
With the withdrawal of one team and the addition of two others the J3 League has been redrawn. The full fixtures are listed under the J3 page. There are 12 teams in the division and they start with a home fixture with Fermoy next weekend.
Dolphin comfortably qualified for the ODM Munster Senior Cup quarter final with a well deserved victory over Thomond in a sun drenched Musgrave Park. Dolphin had a total of six tries from John Fitzgerald (2) Steve Hansel (2) Niall Scannell and Darren Sweetnam with Rory Scannell adding five conversions and a penalty. The draw for
Congratulations to Niall Scannell who has been included in the Munster Heineken Cup panel for the first time. The seven Dolphin registered players also includes James Cronin who was one of the three players added before the knock out stages last season. Munster Heineken Cup Squad: Denis Hurley, Felix Jones, Simon Zebo, Keith Earls, Ronan
James Coughlan has been included in Joe Schmidt’s first Irish Training Panel. The 42 players will assemble at Carton House for Sunday afternoon and Monday morning to commence their preparations for the Guinness Series in November. Sat 9th v Samoa Sat 16th v Australia Sun 24th v New Zealand Ireland Training Squad (22-23 September) Stephen