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Written by Olan & mick   
Saturday, 29 October 2011

                                        Youghal  0        Mallow 11
A Robbie Doyle inspired Mallow team had the right tactics to overcome a stern Youghal challange and the most severe weather conditions in this league game at Frogmore last Sunday.
With the wind to their backs they played themselves into position and took their chances when the came up. Two penalties and an unconverted try scored in the bottom right hand corner had them 11 nil up at half time.
         The home team were building momentum at the start of the second half when a most unfortunate injury to the Mallow tighthead prop disrupted the game for a considerable amount of time. Youghals medic Darragh Mathews was on the ground to look after the player who was later taken to hospital for a suspected broken ankle. The game tended to fizzle out to the end after this break despite both teams still scrapping for every inch of possession and ground and Mallow were able to hang on for a deserved win.
Thanks to Berties Bar as they were the match Sponsers.

                                        Youghal 43         Waterford City 5

Youghal seconds got a great home win inthe League in very bad weather.Very strong winds and heavy rain didnt stop Youghal running in the Tries.From the word go Youghal had command of the game till the final
whistle.First to score
was Anthony Frahill with a great Try to get the rampage of Tries going.Kieth Mccarthy
stepped up and converted it.Then ten mins later Kieth Mccarthy scored a great Try under the posts after some great lines of running.How he managed it i dont know but he did.He converted it himself to make it 14-0.Waterford themselves up it a bit and put Youghal back on their lines for a while and the pressure paid off with a Try and they then failled to convert it.For the kick off Youghal advanced straight up the pitch to see David Mulcahy  score a gret Try under the posts
and again Kieth
converted it.It was now half time and it was 21-5.Second half got under way and Youghal seemed
to have found another gear as the hugged the Waterford city line for a while and again it paid off as Anthony Frahill scored his second this time the convertion was missed due to the strong winds.Well thats what the kicker said anyway.A
Youghal player than recieved
a Yellow card and Youghal were down to fourteen men.Thanks CRIBBER.If anything youghal played
played better and scored another Try thanks to David Mulcahy for his second of the game.Again Kieth converted it.Youghal got a penalty and it was converted to make it 36-5.And to wrap it up with only seconds left another great Try was scored from Youghal by Paddy Maloney and Keith again Converted it.So well done to all the team and coaches.Keep up the
good work.

Youghal  22            Kanturk  17
This U 19 game was looking like it would not take place but thanks to the great condition of the Youghal pitch it was ok.The weather again was terrible.Strong winds and heavy rain swept across the pitch.Youghal played against the wind for the first half and scored all the scores.Great running lines again seen Dean Malone score a great try.Seconds later Cillian Ansbro got a well worked Try.Up stepped Cian O'Brien and converted it against the strong winds.Just before the half time whistle Thomas O'Neill got his Try which was pure forward work and seen him dive over.Well done to the whole pack there also.In the second half Kanturk were the ones to score all there scores against the wind.So well done to the whole panel and keep up the work.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 29 October 2011 )
Doing the Club and Town Proud
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Written by Olan   
Saturday, 29 October 2011

           Some notable performances and developments recently by Youghal lads making their mark in the red shirt of Munster.
Aaron DalyYoughal Rugby Club would like to congradulate Aaron Daly on his great proformance with Munster this season. His first game was in Thomond Park against Connacht on the 10th of Sept where they drew 15-15 all.Aaron got
the last Try to bring the game to a draw.The following day the Munster team flew to Londan to play the Exiles and Munster won 28-14.The next game was on the 17th of Sept in Thomond against Ulster where Munster again won 10-3. It was a hard trip to Dublin to Donnybrook to play Leinster in there back yard but it was Munster again who were victorious by winning 19-11. So Munster win the Championship 2011.
              Michael O Neill  and Aaron Hogan who have had a great session with Munster A Schools. They had a great run as they both played Leinster twice and Connacht and won two out  of the three. Its great to see the Youghal lads doing so well with the Munster team,well done from all at Youghal Rugby Club and to their parents as they had to transport them to training and the games. Michael O'Neill & Aaron Hogan
                                                                                         . Cillian Ansbro & Lee McCarthy                                                           


Cillian Ansbro and Lee Mccarthy are on the Munster Youths Panel.A lot is asked at
this level as they train at six in the morning and evenings, twice and sometimes three times a week.
Both have been involved in all the games this season.Playing Ulster,Connacht and Leinster.Well done to them both for the comitmeant they  give and to their parents also    for the time put in
with transporting them to and from games and training.    

                              Youghal Rugby Club would also like to say well done to David O' Callaghan for making the MunsterPanel for the Heineken Cup. Follow the link to the Munster Rubby website;    David O' Callaghan Munster Squad                                   

Last Updated ( Saturday, 29 October 2011 )
Spoiled For Choice
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Written by mick   
Friday, 21 October 2011
                        There is a vast amount of rugby scheduled for this coming weekend with 3 under age games listed for Saturday as the Under 19's take on Kanturk, the Under 17's clash with Douglas and the Under 15's have a hard fixture against a strong Cork Constitution side.

                         On Sunday, the First XV hope to continue their good start to the season with a fixture against Mallow, The Second XV take on Waterford City and Last but not least, the Women's XV have a big task on their hands when the run out against Highfield.

                          With such a heavy programme, there is sure to be plenty of entertainment on offer, so make your way along to Frogmore, this weekend.
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