Castlebar RFC Underage Starts Again
The long-awaited rugby season is here again, and the coaches at Castlebar RFC are putting out the call for new members. In this year of the Rugby World Cup, come along to Castlebar RFC and learn from our IRFU qualified coaches.
The emphasis is on safety and enjoyment, and the rugby is fantastic.
The mini rugby (U- 8’s, U-10’s, U-12’S and U-13’s) continues on Saturday at 10.30 – 12.00 pitch. For further details contact Mick Hastings on 086-8261155.
U-14/16/18’s continues on Wednesdays at 7pm. For further details contact Simon Shevlin on 087-6656362
All volunteers (parents, etc.) are also very welcome. See you there!!!
Under 14 Draw made
Castlebar will start their campaign on the 13th of October against Ballinrobe in Ballinrobe followed by games against Tuam, Westport and Sligo. Hopes are high of a good run and all games will feature in the club notes every Wednesday!
Ballina v Tuam
Ballinrobe v Castlebar
Creggs v Sligo
Westport v Dunmore
Castlebar set up a District league playoff spot with Westport after defeating Ballina in Cloondeash by 24-22. Conditions were excellent for rugby with a slight breeze blowing across the pitch. Despite a tough clash it now sets the scene for a tie with Westport next week which will decided who makes the semi finals.
Castlebar: Danny McGing, Fintan Casey, Richie Feeney, Nigel Byrne, Tom Murphy, Robbie Cusack, Christy Cusack, Paddy Flannelly, Mark Staunton, Alan Gavin, R Hughes (Capt), Sheamus Devaney , E Butterworth, Paddy Durcan, Kevin Cox. Danny McGing, Fintan Casey, Richie Feeney, Nigel Byrne, Tom Murphy, Robbie Cusack, Christy Cusack, Paddy Flannelly, Mark Staunton, Alan Gavin, R Hughes (Capt), Sheamus Devaney , E Butterworth, Paddy Durcan, Kevin Cox.
Subs used: Brian Flannelly, Damien Glackin, Ger Prendegast, Chris Rogan. Brian Flannelly, Damien Glackin, Ger Prendegast, Chris Rogan.
Don’t Forget to check out our website www.castlebarrfc.com
Alone it stands returns to Castlebar
The wonderful John Breen play "Alone it Stands" which tells the story of the original Miracle match in which Munster beat the mighty All Blacks returns to the TF Royal Hotel and theatre for two nights on Monday October 8th & Tuesday October 9th. This hilarious and poignant play tells the story of one of the greatest games in irish rugby history from the perspective of the players, the families and the fans and is rated as one of the finest plays ever to come out of Ireland. It is an excellent night out and tickets are on sale now. contact Rory Casey on 087 2860235 or any committee member.
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