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Mitchelstown Rugby Club

Munster Junior league Div 3

12.01.2020

Waterford City 22 Mitchelstown 29 

Following the heroic efforts in the Munster Junior Cup in Cork, the Juniors continued on their winning league form and were by far the better team on the day.

The day was bitterly cold, and the sunshine, although welcome, created problems for anyone hoping to catch a high ball.

The first try of the game was the scored by Pa Magee when he scythed through the defence to open the scoring, converting himself. A bonus point win was badly needed, and the early exchanges were not exactly encouraging. Our second score came from the ubiquitous Josh Evans, who must by now on a club record for tries scored in a season.

Owen Burke scored from the base of a very well controlled scrum from close in.

In the second half, the lads played some of their best rugby of the season. Another try from a maul saw Owen Burke double his tally, and Pa Magee scored his third conversion, to add to his second half penalty. The home side had little to offer other than two consolation tries created by quick penalties from their agile scrim half.

Another bonus point secured. The next round of the Munster Junior Cup is on Sunday 26th January, with Cashel the visitors in a game which will test the mettle of ‘town, but they will be ready!!


11.01.2020

Under 14 league rugby

On Saturday last we welcomed Sunday’s Well to Currabowen for a game in what the purists would have called true rugby weather. The rain made handling the ball a real challenge but credit to both teams for keeping handling errors to the absolute minimum. The first 15 mins consisted of relentless phase after phase by our boys who showed considerable control to retain possession during this period. An error deep in our 22 resulted in a try somewhat against the run of play for Well however within 2 mins that error was atoned for when Conor Dooling pounced on a loose ball with his boot on the halfway line, another clever kick through saw him win the foot race with the Well defender to touch down. For the rest of the half we had them on the ropes several times and were very unlucky not to score again before half time. The second half saw us come out on the unlucky side of a number of pieces of play but the work rate continued with some resolute defending including balls held up on the line and turnovers won. Despite missing a number of players this was a very positive outing with a large number of players stepping up in the absence of others. This young team are learning on their feet and this performance of the season so far came about from every player contributing hugely to the overall performance. Well done to all and we look forward to our next game away to Fermoy on 25th Jan.


The team lined out as follows: Ben Cotter, James Keane, Darragh Casey, Jack O’Brien, Josh Kearney, Sean Gorry, Jack Kelly, Eoghan Kelly, Andrew McEnaney, Stephen Flynn, Conor Dooling, Dylan Spillane, Aidan Birmingham-Doran

Report courtesy of Kevin Kelly.

Mini Rugby – CBS Field

All mini rugby from 5 -11 years of age now takes place on Sundays at 11.00 am, by kind permission of the CBS school. All are assured of a warm welcome, and fun is the order of the day. Throughout the year there will be blitz tournaments and other interesting days to enjoy, and many opportunities for parents to get involved, but only if they want to. Sorry about the weather last Sunday.

LOTTO - € 6,800 next Sunday for your spring shopping

No lottery winner last Sunday in Clongibbon House, where their fare and hospitality are well known, and where we concluded the draw. The numbers drawn were 2, 14, 18, and 22. There was no jackpot winner. Many thanks to all the staff of the bar for facilitating last week’s draw, and for the sustaining coffee. Lucky dip winners: Kit & Olive - €50, Maura Nora O’Donnell - €50, Joan Murphy - €25, Joan c/o Eily’s -€25.

The next draw will be Sunday, February 2nd in Walsh’s Bar

The new jackpot will be €6,800 for a single winner, or shared equally if more than one winner.

Entry is only €2 per pick of 4 numbers or 3 tickets for €5. Remember the odds of getting 4 numbers in our lottery is very close to the same as getting 4 numbers in the national lottery, but our prize is far bigger, over 25 times bigger in fact.

Annual tickets are available at €50 for 26 draws, with a bonus draw only for annuals. Contact Owen on 087-8112991 for annual tickets, or any other committee member. Rugby Club Lotto is now also available to play online at www.mitchelstownrugby.com

Birthday/Christmas gift ideas

Our club shop is now open, with several great gifts in store for all. Please click the link on our website, and proceed to find suitable gifts for all ages, sizes, genders, and budgets. www.mitchelstownrugby.com. You can purchase club lotto tickets on line, in time for Christmas entry to the draws.

Lotto present? Give your special one the gift of an annual lotto ticket covering a full year of Mitchelstown RFC lotto joy, with the potential for cash prizes.

Membership Fees

Please note that all membership must be paid up before playing. All types can now be paid on the web site, or any committee member.





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