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    Age Grade Interpros 18/19

    Squads are in middle of selection process for summer squads.
    Munster youths for next season playing a CBC Cork XV in Lansdowne tomorrow evening

    #2
    Easter break coming up for schools so squads have plenty of games scheduled as coaches look to pick squads for summer training camps. Few games in UL/CIT over the next couple of weeks at under 18/19 level

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      #3
      Any update on when 18/19 trials taking place and have the players been notified

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        #4
        Originally posted by Ossiekate View Post
        Any update on when 18/19 trials taking place and have the players been notified
        There has been screening games and training sessions been held this week and more are next week.
        Mainly been held in UL

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          #5
          Munster U18 Schools host Canada U19 in Thomond Park this evening as part of the touring sides’ match programme (kick-off 6pm).

          There is some older players overage for u18 schools/not schools players involved.
          Team is https://munsterrugby.ie/domestic_new...-v-canada-u19/

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            #6
            Canada won 37-25

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              #7
              Squads should be starting up training soon enough.
              Any updates on squads etc?

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                #8
                https://munsterrugby.ie/domestic_new...gets-underway/

                The Bank of Ireland Munster Rugby Talent Camp got underway in Limerick and Cork yesterday, with U19, U18, U17 and U16 talent squads beginning their journey as the newest Munster recruits.
                The High Performance Centre at the University of Limerick plays host to the Munster U19 side, and the Munster U18 Clubs and Schools squad, with players benefitting from the professional facilities throughout the summer months.

                The camp provides an opportunity for coaches to see how players adapt to the professional environment, and have a closer look at the talent already identified for the various age-grades.

                Programmes will include on-pitch activities, strength and conditioning sessions, and player welfare tutorials focusing on diet and nutritional needs.

                The Munster U18 Clubs and Schools squad have already focused on team building, taking part in various activities with Get West Kayaking and Escape Room, Limerick.

                The Munster U18 Girls squad also kicked-off their talent camp at the University of Limerick and the Cork Institute of Technology yesterday, along with the Munster U16 and U17 sides.

                The Bank of Ireland Munster Rugby Talent Camp will incorporate preparations for the upcoming interprovincial campaigns commencing in the coming months while also giving players, coaches and management a unique opportunity to familiarise themselves with their squads.

                Throughout the camp it is envisaged that players will be identified for future development programmes as part of Munster Rugby’s overall objective in building for the future.

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                  #9
                  Munster u18 clubs and schools played today in UL. Anyone know any more on squads/other games to be played ahead of interpros??

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                    #10
                    Munster U18 Clubs v Ulster: Tim Hegarty (Old Christian’s RFC, Colaiste An Chroi Naofa, Carrignavar); Ihechi Oji(Douglas RFC, Douglas Community School), Conor McMahon (Nenagh RFC, Nenagh CBS), Jamie Shanahan Capt (Skibbereen RFC, Skibbereen Community School), Liam Murphy (Young Munster RFC, St Caimins Community School, Shannon); Tony Butler (Ennis RFC, St. Flannan’s College), Ethan Coughlan (Ennis RFC, Rice College); Eddie McIntosh (Clonmel RFC, Clonmel High School), Dylan Murphy (Nenagh RFC, Nenagh CBS), Darragh McCarthy(Cobh Pirates RFC, Cobh Community College), Jay Traynor (Waterpark RFC, De la Salle College, Waterford), Craig Hannon (Galbally RFC, John The Baptist Community School), Fearghail O’ Donoghue (Cashel RFC, Cashel Community School), Richard Wallace (Killarney RFC, St. Brendan’s College, Killarney), Jack O’Keeffe (Nenagh Ormond RFC, Nenagh CBS).

                    Replacements: Ciaran Bohane (Ballincollig RFC, Colaiste Choilm), Kian Regan (Tralee RFC, Gealcholaiste Chiarrai), Matt McCarthy (Clonakilty RFC, Clonakilty Community College), Tadhg Galvin (Bandon RFC, Hamilton High School), Jack Cosgrave (Young Munster RFC, Gaelcholaiste Luimnigh), Gavin Foley (Skibbereen RFC, Skibbereen Community School), Jack Barrett (Bruff RFC, Charleville CBS), Dylan Brosnan (Young Munster RFC, St Clement’s College).

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                      #11
                      Good Nenagh representation OL
                      "There are a lot of points that we’ve left behind and this is with a young group. That probably tells you what they’re capable of and that they’re a very good side.

                      Probably next year or the year after next they will take some stopping"

                      Anthony Foley, May 2016. Axel RIP

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Waterfordlad View Post
                        Good Nenagh representation OL
                        Yeah 3 again like last year and like last year 1 of the 3 is playing a year up.

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                          #13
                          Munster U18 Schools v Ulster: Killian Dineen (Ardscoil Ris, Garryowen FC); Conor Sheahan (St Munchin’s College, Castleisland RFC), Harry O’Riordan (Christian Brothers College), Jack Delaney (Crescent College Comprehensive, Presentation RFC), Aaron Leahy (Christian Brothers College, Midleton RFC); Cian Whooley (Christian Brothers College, , Cork Constitution FC), Mark O’Connor (Christian Brothers College, Cork Constitution FC); Mark Donnelly Capt (Christian Brothers College), Billy Kingston (Presentation Brothers College, Dolphin RFC), Craig Finn (St Munchin’s College), Will O’Callaghan (Ardscoil Ris, Shannon RFC), John Forde (Presentation Brothers College, Midleton RFC), Jack Kelleher (Presentation Brothers College, Dolphin RFC), Jack Ward Murphy (Ardscoil Ris, Garryowen FC), Daniel Okeke (Ardscoil Ris, Thomond RFC).

                          Replacements: Ronan O’Sullivan (Christian Brothers College, Dolphin RFC), Donagh Hyland (Glenstal Abbey School, Portlaoise RFC), Corey Hanlon (Christian Brothers College, Cork Constitution FC), Luke Obersby (Midleton College, Midleton RFC), Niall Queally (Glenstal Abbey School, Ennis RFC), Jake Connolly (Crescent College Comprehensive), Will Twomey (Glenstal Abbey School), Daniel Hurley (Presentation Brothers College, Bandon RFC), Michael Hand(Presentation Brothers College).

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                            #14
                            Anyone at/going to the games?
                            Connacht beat Leinster in opening game. Munster schools lead 6-0 half time.

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                              #15
                              Schools lost 12-6, Clubs won 32-10

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