Kanturk to provide next test for in-form Clonmel

Following Clonmel’s away win over near neighbours Kilfeacle the previous week, there was no Munster Junior League action over the bank holiday weekend with all the teams taking the opportunity to rest the aching bodies and re-charge the batteries in anticipation of the next wave of matches.

Following Clonmel’s away win over near neighbours Kilfeacle the previous week, there was no Munster Junior League action over the bank holiday weekend with all the teams taking the opportunity to rest the aching bodies and re-charge the batteries in anticipation of the next wave of matches.

After the opening three league games, the Clonmel firsts currently lie in second spot on twelve points, one point behind table toppers St.Marys from Limerick in the 14 team division one table.

Their next opponents are Kanturk currently in fourth position on eleven points. The Kanturk game is at home and needless to say, the big focus for the home side is in maintaining the good start to the league campaign. Kick-off on Sunday is at 2.30pm in Clonmel.

Munster Junior 2 League:

The Clonmel 2nd XV also had a rest day over the bank holiday weekend and now eagerly await the home clash with Waterpark. Clonmel currently top the five team section C of the league with Waterpark in second sport so the next encounter will be a big game for both sides. Fixture details have yet to be confirmed with the game scheduled to be played this weekend in Clonmel.

Womens Munster League Group A:

Rounding off senior squad activities, again no games took place last weekend in the Women’s Munster League. Clonmel play host to St Senans on Sunday next with a 1pm kick-off. This will be only the second outing for the ladies after their first game away to Thurles. Spirits are high in the ladies camp and support is very encouraged for this first home game of the season for the ladies.

East Munster U16 League:

After a good away win over Carrick the previous week the Clonmel side went down to a heavy defeat to Dungarvan in Clonmel last Sunday. Dungarvan were strong from the off and ran in five unanswered tries against the Clonmel side. The final score was 03-29 in favour of Dungarvan. Halloween Party Friday 1st Nov 6.30pm

6.30 pm Kids V Parents (Tag Game Allegedly?) 
7.30pm – 9.00pm Disco-Fun Halloween Games – Food & Entertainment .Fancy Dress
Our annual minis Holloween rugby game and party takes place this Friday night. This is a really big night for the Kids, they get so much satisfaction of playing against their Parents/Guardians and coaches, So please throw on a pair of boots and tracksuit and join in the fun, even if you just stand there and take a few Tackles from the kids, You will enjoy it
There will be no training on Saturday 2nd (Coaches are normally nursing their injuries after the kids get some playful revenge !!!!! )

New Sponsorship deal signed.

Clonmel RFC is delighted to welcome Clonmel Waste Disposal as the club’s main sponsor for the next three seasons. Clonmel is a fast developing club always looking to improve facilities but more importantly provide the necessary coaching skills to allow all age groups within the club, from Minis to Seniors, fulfil their potential. Clonmel Waste Disposal is a thriving business and having met with the club officials, were delighted to support the club’s ambition to provide the facilities and tools necessary to make Clonmel RFC a very successful club.