The Gain Line

The GAIN LINE 18/10/21



Big All-Ireland Junior Cup game next Saturday in Creggs
Next Saturday, the 23rd., Creggs will play top Munster side Kilfeacle RFC in the All Ireland Junior Cup, in Creggs, with a 2.30 kick-off.
A big crowd is expected in the village to support the lads next Saturday afternoon, against what has been consistently rated a top four team in Munster in recent years.

Mark Dowd made his senior rugby
debut last Sunday v Connemara RFC.

Creggs Firsts come up short v Connemara away
After five wins on the trot, Creggs First team travelled to Clifden last Sunday in the Connacht J1 League, and came up short v Connemara RFC on a 10-6 scoreline.
The two teams will meet again on Sunday, November 7th. in Creggs in the Semi-Final of the Cawley Cup.
Congratulations to Mark Dowd, who made his senior rugby debut for Creggs last Sunday v Connemara RFC.

Creggs Development Team kick-off League campaign this weekend
The Creggs Development team will get their Connacht League J1C campaign underway on Saturday night next v Ballyhaunis RFC in Creggs, KO at 7pm.

Training continues for all First’s, Development and Under-20 players each week on Tuesdays at 8pm and Fridays at 8.15pm. New and returning players are always welcome in Creggs.





Creggs Under-14 Girls will play Corrib/Westport RFC’s next weekend in the Connacht League – day and time TBC.

Creggs Under-18 Girls will play Ballina RFC away next Saturday at 12 Noon in the Connacht League.

All dates and times to be confirmed and please keep an eye on the Creggs RFC facebook page for updated fixtures every friday.


Creggs Under-13 Boys will play Loughrea RFC away next Saturday at 1pm.

Creggs Under-14 Boys will play Buccaneers RFC in the Connacht League next Saturday in Creggs at 12.30pm.

Creggs Under-17 Boys will play Corrib RFC away in Headford in the Connacht League next weekend. Time also TBC

Creggs Under-18.5’s will play Buccaneers RFC away in the Connacht League next Sunday at 12pm.


GIRLS Rugby:
New Players always welcome to come along to Creggs and give it a try.

Creggs Under-14 Girls train Monday evening at 7pm.

Creggs Under-16 / Under-18 Girls train Monday evening at 8pm.

BOYS Rugby:
Creggs Under-13 Boys train next Wednesday at 7.30m.

Creggs Under-14 Boys train next Wednesday from 7 to 8.15pm in Creggs.

Creggs Under-15 Boys training continues on Thursday at 7pm.

Creggs Under-16’s / Under-17’s train every Tuesday at 7.30pm

Creggs Under-18.5’s training continues every Thursday night at 7.30pm in Creggs.

Please keep an eye on Creggs Facebook page for updates and any enquiries please contact: Dave Purcell on 087 7000547.

Big win for Creggs Under-16 Girls v Corinthians

Corinthians RFC 5, Creggs RFC 47.

Creggs Under-16 girls had their fourth win in the Connacht Under-16 Girls League, Division 1, on last Friday night in Galway. Creggs won by 47 Points to 5 against Corinthians RFC.

Congratulations to the four Creggs girls that scored their first tries for the team – Julieann Fahy, Rachel Kilcoyne, Leah Heavey and Darcey Farnon. 
 Further tries from Sarah Purcell, Jemima Adams Verling, Katie O’Connor, Siofra Hession and Shauna Walsh completed the scoring for Creggs,. 
 Up front excellent displays from Isabelle Quinn, Grace Killian, Beibhinn Maher, Stacey Corbally and Gweneth Heavey and out the backs Elizabeth Gory, Michaela Gilooly and Grace Mannion were excellent in both attack and defence when required.
Creggs Under-16 Girls: Grace Mannion, Elizabeth Gory, Gweneth Heavey, Julieann Fahy, Beibhinn Maher, Isabelle Quinn, Stacey Corbally, Gemima Adams Verling, Michaela Gilooly, Sarah Purcell, Siofra Hession, Shauna Walsh,  Katie O’Connor, Grace Mannion, Darcey Farnon, Rachel Kilcoyne, and Grace Killian.

Creggs Under-14 Girls played friendly v Tuam RFC

The Creggs Under-14 Girls team who played Tuam RFC in a challenge last weekend.

Creggs Under-15 Boys had good narrow away win

Galway Bay RFC 10, Creggs RFC 12.

Creggs Under-15 Boys played Galway Bay RFC on Sunday 17th of October.

It proved to be a very close game with little between the two sides. The first try for Creggs after five minutes was finished by Luca Cormican and converted by Cathal Maloney.
Galway Bay replied with a try of their own just before half-time.
In the second half, Galway Bay came out with all guns blazing and got over for a deserved second try. Again, they failed to convert, so the home team lead by 10-7.
The Creggs boys then took the game to Galway Bay and after intense pressure Luca Cormican again barged over for Creggs second try, to seal the win for Creggs with a minute to go. Final score Galway Bay 10 – Creggs 12.


MINI Rugby Blitz for all this Saturday in Carrick-On-Shannon

MINI Rugby continues on this Saturday (October 23rd) with all teams from Under-7’s to Under-12’s travelling to a Blitz in Carrick-On-Shannon. Kick-off is at 10am at Carrick-On-Shannon RFC. Please be there before that.

Beginners and all Boys and Girls new to Mini-Rugby at all age levels are always very welcome in Creggs.

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