Dolphin’s try scorer Aidan Foley Dolphin made in 5/5 and avenged the narrow 34-33 defeat by Highfield in the opening fixture. Dolphin dominated the opening half and Aidan Foley opened the score with a try from a rolling maul before Stephen Morrissey made in 8-0 with a penalty kick. Dolphin put in an excellent defensive
Monthly Archives / November 2015
Shane McAuliffe scoring again Shannon had the benefit of a very strong wind in the first half but it was Dolphin who lead 12-10 at half time. Richie Mullane gave Shannon the perfect start with a try after just 4 minutes but Killian O’Keeffe made in 5-5 with a try for Dolphin. In the 28th
James Cronin has been selected to make his 50th Munster Appearance on Saturday v Connacht at Thomond Park. It also marks the 1st competitive start of the season for Niall Scannell and its possible that the Scannell brothers will at some stage be on the field as Rory is on the bench as is Denis Hurley.
Saturday 5th December promises to be a busy day, it’s Dolphin’s final home game before Christmas (they will be away to Nenagh in the Munster Senior Cup on 19th ) Blackrock College will be our guests for the final AIL game before Christmas, and later on that evening its time for the Club Christmas Party.
If you are interested in taking up rugby we would be delighted to hear from you, our minis generally train/play on Sat mornings at 9.45am, full details of where they are on Sat mornings is published each week on the website. If you woul like to know more we would be happy to contact you.
Dolphin had a deserved victory over Ballincollig today thanks to 2 Niall Fahy tries and a penalty from Ronan Devine. They have qualified for the next phase of the league,they have 1 game left v Highfield which could decide the winner of the section.
Dolphin had a great start going 10 points ahead in the first 6/7 minutes through a Chris Rowe try and a conversion and penalty from Darryl Foley. Centre Rob O’Sullivan scored two unconverted tries and Sundays Well a penalty to leave the score 20-3 with 35 minutes on the clock. Dolphin lost possession in the
Congratulations to our former 2nd row Hugh Farrelly and Triona O’Mahony who got married in Dublin today, not forgeting Spooks (Dave Sheehan,the best man) Not sure if Triona knows that Hugh was the Clubs Leading try Scorer for a 2nd row since 1992 until recently when a shy Welsh man overtook him.
Last week Niall Scannell led Munster A in the opening fixture of the B & I Cup. Injuries to Mike Sherry and Duncan Casey led to Niall being unavailable for this weeks game while Rory having only played 5 minutes last week was selected at out half v Yorkshire Carnegie. Rory was also made captain,
Dolphin U 18′s suffered their first defat of the season against a well drilled CBC Bowen Shield (U17) side. Despite the weather the pitch was in very good shape but the rains made it very difficult to handle the wet ball. With the wind Dolphin had the better first half but could not press home the advantage