Clonmel RFC continue push for league honours

With eight games played in the league campaign to date, the New Year will see Clonmel RFC host Mallow on January 19. Five games remain in the league, so all concerned will be anxious to keep the pressure on and challenge for position in this highly competitive division.

With eight games played in the league campaign to date, the New Year will see Clonmel RFC host Mallow on January 19. Five games remain in the league, so all concerned will be anxious to keep the pressure on and challenge for position in this highly competitive division.

On December 26, our 1st XV played Cashel in a post Christmas friendly fixture.

This was a good opportunity for both sides to keep up the training during the break in competitive action and both teams were liberal in the use of substitutes ensuring all players had a run out on the day.

In the end it was a low scoring affair with a single penalty to Cashel and a single try to Clonmel being the only points on the day.

Thanks to our friends in Cashel for hosting us and the post-match refreshments.

This Sunday, January 5t, our 1st XV travel to Kilfeacle for the first round of the Munster Junior Clubs Challenge Cup.

On the underage front, a big club highlight over the festive season was the honour bestowed on our U11s team to travel to Thomond Park to take on their Shannon counterparts at half-time during the Munster v Connacht RaboPro12 game.

This was a fantastic experience for our young warriors and more so given both Munster and Clonmel came away with the honours on the evening!

Well done to the lads, their coaches and parents for a truly memorable fixture in Thomond Park.

Upcoming Fixtures

Clonmel 1st XV v Kilfeacle in Kilfeacle on Sunday January 5th

Clonmel Ladies v Cobh in Clonmel on Sunday January 12th

Changes and updates to fixtures will be notified on the Clonmel Rugby Club Facebook Page, on twitter @ClonmelRFC. and on the club website.