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Young Munster Rugby Footba ll Cl ub Yearbook 2011/2012

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Message from Nay Cantillon President of Young Munster RFC On behalf of Young Munster Rugby Football Club and all its members and staff, I am absolutely delighted to extend a hearty welcome to all players, officials and supporters visiting Tom Clifford Park throughout this season. Following in the footsteps of my father, Jimmy Cantillon, who held the office of President on two occasions, I feel immensely proud and privileged to have been granted this highest of honours for myself and my family and feel humbled by the challenge that is presented to me. In our 116 years, we have always prided ourselves on our hospitality and I’m sure this year will be no different. Now that the professional game has brought so many changes, it is all the more important that the rugby tradition of friendliness and hospitality is not diminished. I assure you that Young Munster RFC will not be distracted from our endeavours to make your visit a pleasant one. Young Munster RFC is representative of so many of the best virtues of rugby football in Ireland, not least; it’s enduring and invaluable contribution to the community in the area. Last season has been a memorable one for our club, both on and off the field. On the playing front the club is thriving at all levels and is benefiting from the structures put in place over the last couple of years. The success of our teams is complimented by improvements in our facilities which now include a purpose built All-Weather Pitch and a state-of-the-art Gymnasium in Tom Clifford Park. This year, it is our goal to install floodlighting on our main pitch, which will enable us to play games on very popular Friday evenings and other nights when required. During the summer months we have carried out refurbishment works to our main pitch to ensure the best possible playing surface for the coming season and we look forward to watching many games of quality rugby that can be enjoyed by both players and supporters alike. I would like to wish our Club Captain, Shane O’Neill, and his squad, our Director of Rugby Mike Prendergast, our Assistant Coach John Broderick and all other Coaches, Managers, Background Personnel, Ground and Facilities Personnel, the very best of luck for the coming season and success in their relative competitions. You have our total support. I would also like to thank all those behind the scenes for their hard work and voluntary support for Young Munster and I look forward to working with them in the coming season in generating a new found optimism for Young Munster as a club with real potential. Here at Young Munster we believe that properly and competitively structured club rugby is imperative for the development of players and the success of Munster and Irish rugby. It is our policy to encourage and develop players of all skills levels at Tom Clifford Park and we are happy to do so into the future. To run a leading first division club these days takes huge effort and a lot of money. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors who contribute to the running and success of our club. I thank Bus Éireann, our main sponsor since 1993 and the longest lasting sponsorship in Irish Rugby football, for their continued, much valued support of Young Munster. I also thank our own Gerry O’Shea & GGL Security, Syncreon, long-time supporters, Peter Clohessy & The Sin Bin, Jack Storan and Donal Mulcahy of Rasher’s Bar and Barry Leddin of Leddin’s Bar as official sponsors. In these difficult financial times for the club we are indeed very grateful. Just as their contributions are important to our club, it is equally important that members and friends of Young Munster in turn support them and all our other advertisers and sponsors when and wherever possible. The club would not survive, let alone achieve success, without the on-going support of all our sponsors. Finally to our 1st, 2nd, 3rd, U-21, Women and Underage squads may I wish you all a successful year. My focus for the year will be to play my part in enhancing the proud tradition of Young Munster RFC which in my view is to excel on the playing field, to run the club with focus and vision and to enjoy the company of our members, dedicated supporters and guests. Have a wonderful season everyone. Nay Cantillon President Young Munster RFC

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Message from John Hussey President IRFU to Young Munster RFC

As President of the Irish Rugby Football Union, I congratulate Nay Cantillon in his role as President and extend to all club members my hope that Young Munster RFC have an enjoyable and successful season. Following the disappointment of being beaten in the semi-final play-offs last season, I have no doubt team captain Shane O’Neill and his squad will be in determined mood to make another mark in this season’s re-constructed Ulster Bank League. I believe the new format, with a record 52 clubs involved in two divisions, will prove to be a very successful one and that it will generate greater interest and activity in the clubs on match days. This would be in keeping with the wishes of the IRFU, whose policy is to maintain a vibrant club scene throughout Irish rugby. In this regard, I pay tribute to all our volunteers. They make an invaluable contribution to the success of the game and in the current economic circumstances their role is even more important. I also take this opportunity to thank Ulster bank, the official Community Partner to the IRFU, for their sponsorship of the Ulster Bank League, the Irish Club International team and the Ulster Bank Rugby Force initiative. John Hussey President – IRFU

* Dublin businessman John Hussey created a piece of sporting history when he becomes the first member from St. Mary’s College RFC (founded 111 years ago) to be enrolled as President of the Irish Rugby Football Union, at the Union’s annual Council Meeting in the Aviva Stadium, on July 22nd. He assumed the highest office in Irish rugby following a life-long association with St. Mary’s College. As a wing threequarters he was a member of the schools’ junior and senior cup teams but on joining the club and being capped for the Leinster junior interprovincial team in 1966, he had his career cut short by a succession of injuries. He was elected President of the club in 1988 – ’89. A well know chartered accountant, Hussey’s high profile business life includes a 12 years stint as Managing Partner of Arthur Young & Company, after which he spent a number of years as a director of two companies involved in structured financing. He was also a consultant to a number of organisations in the areas of governance and strategic planning. He has held directorships in a number of other companies, including New Stadium Ltd which has been responsible for the development of the Aviva Stadium. President of the Leinster Branch in 1998-’99, he was first elected to the IRFU in 1996, since when he has made a major contribution to Irish rugby. He was Chairman of the Strategic Review Committee which produced the first IRFU Strategic Plan (2003 – ’07). As part of this process the Union made changes to its laws to create a new Management Committee. Hussey became its first Chairman and served the maximum two three year terms (2003 – ’09) in that capacity. He also chaired a number of other committees including the IRFU Academy and the IRFU Charitable Trust, of which he remains a Trustee. He was also Chairman of the Magners League (now RaboDirect PRO 12) for a seven years period noted for the tournament’s consolidation and growth in stature and popularity in Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and led the negotiations which brought recently the admission of two teams from Italy. The 124th President of the IRFU is married to Patricia and has two sons, John Paul and David.

Message from Ellvena Graham of Ulster Bank With the 2010/2011 Ulster Bank League complete, the attention quickly turns from the post mortem of the past campaign to the season ahead - a chance for all clubs to start on the same foot and challenge for new honours in the 2011/2012 Ulster Bank League in their division. Rugby at the professional level will always receive the highest profile, but a growing and vibrant club league is crucial to the ongoing success of the sport. Local clubs and club players are the life-blood of the game and the Ulster Bank League in 2011/2012 will no doubt showcase some of the stars of the future senior international scene. Ulster Bank strengthened its link with Irish Rugby last year, becoming the Official Community Partner to the IRFU, a partnership which includes title sponsorship of the All-Ireland Club League along with the Irish Club International team until 2014. Our drive into the heart of rugby in Ireland, into the club and the community, was highlighted with the creation last year of a new club volunteer initiative, Ulster Bank RugbyForce, a programme designed to help unite club members and local volunteers to improve their club and community rugby facilities. An excellent response saw clubs from all over the country enter with four lucky clubs winning ₏5,000 worth of goods and resources. The four winning clubs (Wexford Wanderers RFC, Ballina RFC, Thomond RFC and Ballymoney Rugby Club) took part in the recent Ulster Bank RugbyForce Winning Weekends, which brought together their members to spend the day renovating their facilities. See for more details and look out for your chance to enter your club in next season’s Ulster Bank RugbyForce programme. We are greatly looking forward to next season and wish all competing teams the very best of luck. Ellvena Graham, Director of Business Services Ireland, Ulster Bank

List of Officers 2011/2012 Young Munster RFC, Tom Clifford Park, Rosbrien, Limerick Tel: (061) 228433 (Club) Tel: (061) 417975 Email: Website: Facebook Page: Follow us on Twitter: President:

Nay Cantillon

Director of Rugby:

Michael Prendergast

Senior Vice-President:

Jack O’Brien

Chairman of Rugby:

Brendan Collopy

Junior Vice-President:

Michael Benson

1st XV Coach:

Michael Prendergast

Hon. Secretary:

Brendan Collopy

1st XV Asst. Coach:

John Broderick

Asst. Hon. Secretary:

Gerard Quaid

1st XV Manager:

Brendan Collopy

Chairman of YMRFC:

Derek Tobin

1st XV Secretary:

Eddie Fitzgerald

Chairman of Finance:

Gerry O’Shea

1st XV Captain:

Shane O’Neill

Hon. Treasurer:


2nd XV Coach:

Gearóid Prendergast

Asst. Hon. Treasurer:

John McLoughlin

2nd XV Asst. Coach:

Mark Hayes

Fixtures Secretary:

Michael O’Donoghue

2nd XV Manager:

Kem Lynch

Club Media Officer:

Olivia O’Sullivan

2nd XV Secretary:

Mike Malone

Medical Officer:

Dr Michael Griffin

3rd XV Coach:

Wayne McCoy


Ger Hannon

3rd XV Asst. Coach:

Sean O’Brien

Gerry O’Shea

3rd XV Manager:

John Galvin

John Smalle

U21 XV Coach:

John Keehan

Francis Brosnahan

U21 XV Manager:

Paul O’Byrne

Dermot Tuite

Brendan O’Sullivan


Ger O’Shaughnessy


Trish Montgomery

Kem Lynch


Edel Hannon


Marguerite Jones

Olivia O’Sullivan

Asst. Treasurer:

Jennifer Copley


Charlie Quaid

Women’s XV Coach:

Greg Costello

William Allen

Women’s XV Asst. Coach: Derek McMahon

Patrick Treacy

Women’s XV Manager:

Eddie Montgomery

Michael Murray

Backroom Personnel:

Phil Hackett

Paul Costello

Jackie McCarthy O’Brien

Derek Tobin



Elaine Smalle


Tony Casey

Jimmy Marks


Jimmy Marks

Hon. Secretary:

Ann-Marie Galvin


Tony Hoban

Branch Youth Delegate: Joe Sheehan Mini Rugby Delegate:

Paul Kennedy

Child Welfare Officer:

Declan Deegan

Asst. Child Welfare Officer: Ciaran O’Callaghan Photo by Eoin McCarthy, Charity Cup Final ‘10/’11

Beautiful Beautiful Munsters Star of my soul fade away, I sigh when I think of Young Munster With whom I played many a game Dublin can boast of Old Wesley, Cork of the College and Con, But Limerick can boast of Young Munster, whose best games are yet to be seen. Beautiful Beautiful Munsters Star of my soul fade away, I sigh when I think of Young Munster With whom I played many a game Now there was Bohs in red, UCC, Garryowen are the boys in blue, With Sunday’s Well, ‘twould be hard to tell, What the Dolphin boys would do, and Cons all white made a right good fight, In the final well they showed, But they all gave it up, for the Bateman Cup Was won by the Yellow Road. Then cheer, boys cheer, for our own fifteen Of black and amber fame, We’re a true home team, and have always been, and we’re proud of Young Munster name Their task well done, their victory won, All glory to them is owed, And we’ll sing our song, sing it all day long, sing hurrah for the Yellow Road. You can go up to the Bombin’ Field on Sunday, Watch the young boys go out to train, Sure it make an old man about sixty, play the game over again. Cover Photo & Photo this page: Conor O’Brien

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Message from Andrew Yates, Bus Éireann We at Bus Éireann are thrilled to announce the renewal of our sponsorship with Young Munster RFC for another year. Historically we have had a very successful partnership, and it’s great to see our logo on the black and amber as the club moves forward. CIE personnel have been at the backbone of the club in the past, with Ollie Brown, Sean Gavin, Christy Dickenson, John McCarthy and most recently John McLoughlin all serving as Club President. In my own office, the wall is decorated with pictures of the 1993 All-Ireland winning team, not to mention a framed jersey. Commitment and success go hand in hand and it is no surprise that this club continues to drive forward considering how many people have been involved during the 116 year existence. After finishing third in the AIL last year, I sincerely hope that this year’s team can improve on last year’s efforts. With a new captain in Shane O’Neill and under the excellent direction of Mike Prendergast I’m sure the future is bright. Best wishes to new President Nay Cantillon, the coaching staff, and most importantly all the players as the club embarks on a new season. Andrew Yates Bus Eireann

Young Munster RFC Charity Cup Winners 2010/2011 Photo: Eoin McCarthy

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coloured socks and liquorice all-sorts In a by-gone era of rugby football on this island, it was the accepted tradition to wear club socks on international duty. This was an acknowledgement by the unions of the important role that clubs played in the development of players, many of these coming from underage ranks right through to the highest possible level of this great oval ball game. Sadly this popular and gracious practice was unceremoniously booted to touch when an influential body of high -ranking referees argued that they had difficulty identifying the owners of illegal stray boots at ruck time. One top international ref described the task of identification as “similar to looking into a bag of liquorice allsorts” so the great tradition came to an ignominious halt, the referees winning the argument that uniformity in the hosiery department by competing teams was the only way forward. What a pity! How wonderful it would have been, particularly during World Cup 2011, if that practice had been restored. We would have thrilled at the sight of the light blue of Garryowen’s Conor Murray and Damian Varley, the black and blue of Shannon’s Tony Buckley, Donnacha Ryan and Jerry Flannery and, of course the famed black and amber socks of Keith Earls and Paul O’Connell of Young Munster as they did themselves, their club, their city of Limerick and their country proud in New Zealand.

Other local clubs may not agree, but Young Munster fans are globally acknowledged as exceptionally loyal. Team performances do not always make match viewing a totally relaxing experience for home supporters at Tom Clifford Park, and the black and amber hordes have at times been subjected to a nervous strain unparalleled since the days of the early martyrs, but their deep-rooted loyalty is never dented. As a rugby reporter of many years, it is always a privilege and a joy to cover games at this club. The courtesy and co-operation the media receive at Young Munster RFC is exceptional and for that we are particularly grateful. Long may it continue. Aidan Corr, Limerick Rugby Correspondent

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Meet the 2011/2012 squad…

Craig O’Hanlon

Willie Staunton

Declan Bannon

Harry de Stacpoole

Sean Upton

Darragh O’Neill

Declan Brown

Lukas Kunz

Cormac Murphy










Meet the 2011/2012 squad…

Donagh Kelly

Andrew Burke

Shane O’Leary

Glen Carroll

Brian Haugh

Ray Moloney

Mark Doyle

Donal Murphy

Alan Cotter










Meet the 2011/2012 squad…

Hugh McGrath

Mark Rowley

Mike O’Sullivan

Ger Slattery

Neville Melbourne

Ger Bourke

Johnny Griffin

Ian Woulfe

Darren Gallagher




Back Row

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Back Row




Meet the 2011/2012 squad…

Sean Duggan

Darragh Payne

Johnny Moroney

Shane Hassett

Liam Óg Murphy

Jake Considine

James O’Neill

Matthew Costello

Aaron Carroll


Back Row

Back Row


Back Row


Back Row



Meet the 2011/2012 squad…

Director of Rugby


Mike Prendergast

Shane O’Neill



John Broderick Assistant Coach

Ger Flaherty Prop

Eddie Fitzgerald Team Secretary

Gearóid Prendergast Assistant Coach

Ciaran O’Regan

Conditioning Coach

Play the Young Munster LOTTO

The Young Munster RFC Fundraising Lotto draws, which run on a weekly basis, play a huge part in the fundraising efforts, and hence future, of our Club. We encourage all of our existing and former members and players, parents of Mini and Youth players, and all our friends from the local and wider, social, business and sporting community to play the Young Munster RFC fundraising lotto. Now that the lotto is available online, we also hope that we can all work together to promote this lotto with people associated with Young Munster RFC who may now be living overseas. We can use our new website, along with facebook and twitter - and all members can help us do this. Any four numbers are selected from 1 to 26. If anybody matches the four numbers selected on the night he/she wins or shares the Jackpot. If there is no Jackpot winner, there will be four lucky dip winners for â‚Ź40.00 each. Tickets cost â‚Ź2 each. Your continued support is very much appreciated and we wish you good luck in future draws. Best of Luck, The Fundraising Committee, Young Munster RFC

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Youth Section 2011/2012 Season Chairman: Treasurer: Vice Chairman: Secretary:

North Munster Youth Delegete: Joe Sheehan Mini Delegate: Paul Kennedy Committee: Ciaran O’Callaghan Mike Cussen Glen Blake Mini Rugby Every Sunday Morning Paul Kennedy Tony Casey Tony Hoban Jimmy Marks Ann Marie Galvin

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The new season is upon us and 116 years later how our club has developed and progressed through those years. We have endeavoured over the past 30 years to promote and coach youth rugby within the Club and many of our youth players have gone on to representative honours for their country and province notably Paul O’Connell and John Fitzgerald to name but a few. We cater for nearly 275 Youths within our underage section from Mini Rugby u6s to u12s and Youth Rugby u13s to u19s – we are always looking for new players to come and experience our wonderful club and tradition. To all our players, coaches, committee, volunteers and parents I would sincerely like to thank you for your efforts and continued support for the coming season. We are always in need of new coaches and committee members and any assistance will be gratefully welcomed. Looking forward to this season we have some excellent coaches in place to ensure that we continue to be as competitive as possible on the field and hopefully capture some silverware. As always we ask for your support in all activities and ask that you encourage and support the teams weather we win lose or draw. Looking forward to a great season thanking you.

Tony Casey Chairperson Youth Section Young Munster RFC

Young Munster RFC Open Day, September 2011 Photos: Olivia O’Sullivan



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Young Munster Women’s Rugby Young Munster Women’s XV formed in 2007 and currently competes in Division 2 (South) of the All-Ireland League. With the girls entering their fifth year of rugby in 2011/2012, they are continuing to progress and build on their experience and it’s great to see a host of new faces turning up for training again this year. At their awards night for last season, back row Sarah Quin was presented with the award for Best Newcomer and also picked up the prize for Player’s Player of the Year. Sarah was selected for the Munster A development squad for the recent Representative Interprovincials and she scored the only try for Munster in their 13-0 win over Connacht – a huge achievement for Sarah after only her first season of rugby. Edel Hannon, who will captain Young Munster for the new season, picked up the award for Most Improved Player. Second row Edel was selected for the Connacht A development side against Munster joining fellow Young Munster player, half-back Ailish Toner. Edel made the Connacht senior side in the game v Leinster. Congratulations to all our girls who played in the interprovincials, we are very proud to see each Young Munster name on the team sheets. Behind the scenes, Eddie Montgomery, head coach for the last number of years, has decided to step into the team manager role for the new season. Greg Costelloe has taken up the role as head coach and will be assisted in the forwards by Derek McMahon. Trish Montgomery retains the role of Chairperson. Additional backroom personnel include Phil Hackett and Jackie McCarthy-O’Brien.

WOMEN’S AIL DIVISION 2 SOUTH 2011-2012 FIXTURES Sunday 2nd October Young Munster v Thurles Sunday 16th October Galbally v Young Munster Sunday 6th November Young Munster v Ballincollig Sunday 13th November Tralee v Young Munster Sunday 27th November Young Munster v Shannon Sunday 15th April Nenagh Ormond v Young Munster Sunday 22nd April Young Munster v Portlaoise All kick-off times 1pm.

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Young Munster CLUB HONOURS Bateman Cup Winners 1928 All-Ireland League 1993 Division 1 All-Ireland Champions 1991 Division 2 Runners-up / Promotion Winners 2007 Division 2 Runners-up / Promotion Winners 2010 Division 1B Runners-up / Promotion Winners Munster Senior Challenge Cup Winners 1928, 1930, 1938, 1980, 1984, 1990, 2010 Munster Junior Challenge Cup Winners 1911, 1922, 1927, 1959, 1960, 1984, 1999

Transfield Cup Winners 1906, 1908, 1935, 1950, 1953, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1971, 1986 Webb Cup Winners 1983, 1989, 1990, 1992 Gleeson League Winners 1982 O’Carroll Plate Winners 2010 City Cup Winners 1911, 1919, 1921, 1923, 1933, 1949, 1952, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1974, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1988, 2007 under-20 league Winners 1981, 1990, 2008

Munster Senior League Winners 1930, 1932, 1944, 1952, 1996

Tyler Cup Winners 1896, 1910, 1014

Limerick Charity Cup Winners 1927, 1928, 1930, 1946, 1950, 1951, 1954, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1965, 1966, 1971, 1976, 1979, 1985, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2009, 2010

Juvenile Cup Winners 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1980, 1981, 1985, 2004

Senior 2nds league winners 1984, 1992, 1994, 2006 North Munster Senior 2nds cup winners 2006

under-18 league Winners 1974, 1975, 1978, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1993 under-19 Cup Winners 2010 Women’s All-Ireland Shield Winners 2010 Munster Club of the Year 2010

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Senior International Honours Won By Young Munster Players 1930

T. Casey


T. Casey / M.D. Sheehan


T. Clifford / J. Carr


T. Larkin


T. Clifford


T. Clifford - also member of Lions Tour


T. Clifford


T. Clifford


J. Tydings


J. Fitzgerald


J. Fitzgerald


J. Fitzgerald


J. Fitzgerald


P. Clohessy


P. Clohessy / J. Fitzgerald


P. Clohessy - also member of Barbarians Team


P. Clohessy


P. Clohessy


P. Clohessy


P. Clohessy / M. Mullins


P. Clohessy / M. Mullins


P. Clohessy / P. O’Connell /

R. Henderson - also member of Lions Tour


P. O’Connell / R. Henderson / M. Mullins


P. O’Connell (Capt. v France) / R. Henderson


P. O’Connell - also member of Lions Tour


P. O’Connell


P. O’Connell


P. O’Connell


P. O’Connell (Capt. of Lions Tour) /

K. Earls - also member of Lions Tour 2009/10

P. O’Connell / K. Earls


P. O’Connell / K. Earls

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Ulster Bank League Division 1A FIXTURES 2011-12 Sat 1st Oct 11


Young Munster

v Old Belvedere

Tom Clifford Park

Sat 8th Oct 11



v Young Munster

Castle Avenue

Sat 15th Oct 11 14:30 Blackrock College RFC v Young Munster Stradbrook Sat 29th Oct 11 14:30 Fri 4th Nov 11

Young Munster

19:30 Garryowen

v Shannon

Tom Clifford Park

v Young Munster


Sat 26th Nov 11 14:30

Young Munster

v Lansdowne

Tom Clifford Park

Sat 3rd Dec 11 14:30

Cork Constitution

v Young Munster

Temple Hill

Sat 7th Jan 12 14:30

Young Munster

v St. Mary’s College

Tom Clifford Park

Sat 14th Jan 12 14:30


v Young Munster

Musgrave Park

Sat 28th Jan 12 14:30

Young Munster

v Blackrock College RFC Tom Clifford Park

Sat 4th Feb 12 14:30

Young Munster

v Cork Constitution

Tom Clifford Park

Fri 10th Feb 12 19:30 Shannon

v Young Munster

Thomond Park

Sat 18th Feb 12 14:30

v Garryowen

Tom Clifford Park

Young Munster

Sat 3rd Mar 12 14:30 Old Belvedere

v Young Munster Anglesea Road

Sat 24th Mar 12 14:30

Young Munster

v Clontarf

Sat 31st Mar 12 14:30


v Young Munster Aviva Stadium

Sat 14th Apr 12 14:30

Young Munster

v Dolphin

Tom Clifford Park

v Young Munster

Templeville Road

Sat 21st Apr 12 14:30 St. Mary’s College

Tom Clifford Park

Rashers Bar 27/28 Upper Gerald Griffin Street, Limerick Tel: (061) 415449

The Sports Bar For all the great sporting occasions

Best Wishes to Young Munster RFC for the coming season

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Young Munster RFC Yearbook 2012-13  

Annual yearbook of Young Munster Rubgy Football Club, based in Limerick City, Ireland. Founded in 1895.

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