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Creggs Under-14’s in super draw with Westport

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Connacht Under-15 League

Creggs RFC 10, Westport RFC 10.

Creggs Under-14s continued their recent unbeaten run with a hard fought 10-10 draw with a spirited Westport RFC side. Having lost to Westport away earlier in the season, this performance proved a fair measure of their constant improvement in the last few weeks.

Westport scored an early try, only to have it cancelled out with a good Creggs team move and touched down by the hard working scrum half Daniel Brown.

Creggs again found themselves five points down in the final quarter setting up a grandstand finish. Shane Maloney crossed the try line but was held up. Conor Kelly on his debut came close to scoring also with fine runs from the centre,

Eventually in injury time, after great running from Andriu Oates and Adam Flynn putting Westport under immense pressure forcing them to kick for touch, but the ball was half block down by Tommy Morris & Eoghan Keaveny who passed it to the impressive and hard tackling Creggs fly half Jack Donnelly to score a last minute try in the corner.

Creggs Rugby: Aindriú Oates, Liam Corcoran, Mickey Costa, Brian Keegan, Sean Kelly,
Thomas King, Shane Maloney, Daniel Browne, Jack Donnolly, Nathan Halligan, Stephen Smith, Conar Kelly, Adam Flynn, Leo O’Connor, Killian O’Brien, Joseph O’Connor, Ben Donlon, Owen Keavney, and Tommie Morris.

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Well done to Creggs RFC'S U18's representatives v Munster in UL today, Ciaran Purcell, Lee Kilcoyne and Eoin Kelly.

Great to see the lads playing today, not having played any game since March 2019 due to the lockdown restrictions.
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Creggs RFC were honoured today with a visit from Ireland and Lions star Gordon Darcy. Beautiful weather and a large socially distanced crowd welcomed Gordon and his brother Ian to Creggs. He is on day two of a four day 850km charity cycle raising funds for Barretstown.
Gordon now a successful children's book author had many young fans waiting for him with copies of his books for signing. Gordon Darcy complimented Creggs RFC on the fabulous new development (dressing rooms and gym) which is under construction and the 4g pitch which is the only one of its kind in Connacht.
He also commended the policy which sees the facility used by other local sports clubs.
We wish Gordon well as he endeavors to complete his journey back to Dublin at the weekend.
A legend in every sense of the word.
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