Congratulations to Denis Hurley, with Peter O’Mahony out injured he has been named as captain for Saturday’s Pro 12 Final v Glasgow Warriors. No doubt a certain Paul O’Connell will be giving him plenty of support in what appears increasingly likely, his last appearance for Munster. Some other good news is the naming of James Cronin
Monthly Archives / May 2015
Having considered many suitable candidates, Dolphin have confirmed their coaching team which has a strong presence of former Dolphin players, many who started with our underage sides, and have also had much coaching and playing experience with other clubs.The Head Coach will be Feargus O’Donoghue, the club’s present Director of Rugby. Feargus, a former Senior
Its on tommorrow ( Thursday) night at the club pavilion at 7.30pm.
Dolphin’s Rory Scannell, a year 2 Munster Academy players is one of six Munster players included in this year’s Emerging Ireland 27-man squad for the World Rugby Tbilisi Cup in June. Also included is his club mate James Cronin who also had further good news today as he was able to take full part in
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Friday, May 15, 2015 by Barry Coughlan Irish Examiner If individual awards — Player of the Month, Man of the Match and the like — are an indication of the impact made by James Coughlan in his first season playing French rugby, then the boy has done well. In fact, he has done very well,
Its coming to that time of the year again, the 113th Dolphin AGM will be held on Thursday 28th May at 7.30pm. All members are invited to attend.
The large U 18 squad which won the South Munster U 18 League had their team photo taken by Declan Forrest. It was celebrating a very successfull season, Winning the League, reaching the last 4 in Munster, and also Cup semi finalists. There are a significant numbers remaining U 18 for next season, they also won the
Dave O’Callaghan tore medial cruciate ligaments in his left knee during last Wednesday’s Munster ‘A’ clash with the Ulster Ravens at Naas RFC and has been ruled out for the remainder of the season, the recovery time is expected to be approx 10 weeks. James Cronin is another not in contention for selection for Munster this