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    Ulster Bank League/Senior Club Rugby 2016-2017

    Have any cup draws been made yet?
    League divisions are below

    Division 1A:
    Clontarf, Cork Constitution, Young Munster, UCD, Garryowen, Old Belvedere, Lansdowne, Terenure College, St. Mary's College, Trinity

    Division 1B:
    Ballynahinch, Galwegians, Ballymena, Buccaneers, Old Wesley, Shannon, Dolphin, UL Bohs, Naas, UCC

    Division 2A:
    Blackrock College, Belfast Harlequins, Banbridge, Cashel, Nenagh Ormond, Malone, Queen's Belfast, Corinthians, Highfield, Sundays Well

    Division 2B:
    Skerries, Thomond, City of Derry, Greystones, Armagh, MU Barnhall, Dunganon, Bective Rangers, Old Crescent, Wanderers

    Division 2C:
    Rainey Old Boys, Seapoint, Tullamore, Bruff, Midleton, Navan, Kanturk, Boyne, Sligo, Bangor

    Gearoid Prendergast is the new coach of Cookies and Ian Keatley, John Staunton and Ger Slattery are his assistants
    Tom Hayes will join Marcus Horans coaching team in Shannon as defence coach

    #2
    Ben Betts (Ireland 20s) gone to Leicster according to Munster Haka....disapointing to see a home grown young tight head prospect heading overseas. IRFU and Munster have some serious questions to answer?
    Last edited by DUFFMAN2000; 7th-July-2016, 17:27.

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      #3
      Is Mushy back playing with Shannon?

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        #4
        Cork Charity Cup draw made
        Dolphin v Sundays Well, Midleton v Highfield, Cork Con v UCC, Kanturk v Cashel

        Anymore transfer news etc

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          #5
          Limerick Charity Cup draw also made
          Nenagh Ormond V Thomond, Bruff V Shannon, Garryowen V Old Crescent, Young Munster V UL Bohemians

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            #6
            David Corkery coaching Dolphin this season and Denis Hurley as backs coach.

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              #7
              Hectic activity on the local rugby transfer market

              http://limerickrugby.ie/hectic-activity-on-the-local-rugby-transfer-market/

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                #8
                A lot of moves there...
                "the expected arrival at Tom Clifford Park of a trio from the Munster set-up" Anyone have any ideas on who is being referred to here?
                And who are the two moving from Garryowen to Belvedere?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by ormond lad View Post
                  A lot of moves there...
                  "the expected arrival at Tom Clifford Park of a trio from the Munster set-up" Anyone have any ideas on who is being referred to here?
                  And who are the two moving from Garryowen to Belvedere?
                  I was told Cian Bohane and John madigan but not sure who the third guy is, with all the extra new coaches and players the cash is been splashed by the cookies.

                  Have not heard who the garyowen guys are.

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                    #10
                    2016-17 club fixtures http://www.irishrugby.ie/club/ulster...p/fixtures.php
                    A lion online, a lamb at home.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by PARISHMAN1970 View Post
                      I was told Cian Bohane and John madigan but not sure who the third guy is, with all the extra new coaches and players the cash is been splashed by the cookies.

                      Have not heard who the garyowen guys are.
                      Only the tip of the iceberg really - the mass exodus of academy and development players from cork clubs is well under way. Not good for the future of cork rugby.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by 5eight View Post
                        Tricky start for us with Cashel away and Belfast H home in opening games.

                        Originally posted by wellboy View Post
                        Only the tip of the iceberg really - the mass exodus of academy and development players from cork clubs is well under way. Not good for the future of cork rugby.
                        Ah please stop with the OTT nonsense. Cork Rugby will be fine. Contracted players will still be playing with Cork clubs and academy players will as well.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by ormond lad View Post
                          Ah please stop with the OTT nonsense. Cork Rugby will be fine. Contracted players will still be playing with Cork clubs and academy players will as well.
                          OTT? Bull**** post from you really and heres why. Dolphin had 4 contracted players last season, now they have 1 (scannell) who will see no game time as he is a first team player. Madigan and Bohane would be be regular starters for them if they stayed in Cork. They are now playing in Limerick.

                          There is more news on the way here, there will be no contracted/academy players playing in cork within 5 years.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by wellboy View Post
                            OTT? Bull**** post from you really and heres why. Dolphin had 4 contracted players last season, now they have 1 (scannell) who will see no game time as he is a first team player. Madigan and Bohane would be be regular starters for them if they stayed in Cork. They are now playing in Limerick.

                            There is more news on the way here, there will be no contracted/academy players playing in cork within 5 years.
                            Players who are contracted will still play in Cork if its deemed necessary. There has been plenty of players in the past who have been playing with Connacht but their club team was in Dublin. The same can happen with Munster contracted players and Cork sides.
                            There will still be players contracted and playing their club rugby in Cork. There is 4 clubs in North Munster that these players will go to. There isn't enough to go to just 4. There will still be contracted players playing in Cork in 1/5 years and beyond that

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                              #15
                              Poaching players and cribbing is a bit riich from a well boy �� in fairness
                              clowns

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