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A message from Tommy Monahan, President, Young Munster RFC
is a great honour for me IT to be elected President of Young Munster RFC.
I really appreciate receiving the confidence of the members for a second time and I will do my very best to be worthy of their confidence. I hope that all who visit Clifford Park on match days will receive the traditional Young Munster welcome and hospitality. On behalf of the club, I wish to extend a warm welcome to all officials, players and supporters. We have worked hard to improve and upgrade our facilities. The installation of floodlights during the past year has been a major project that required organisational ability as well as financial resources. Improvements to the grounds will enhance spectator comfort and safety. We appreciate the support of our club sponsors in helping us maintain our position in the top flight of Irish club rugby. In this respect, the contribution of Bus Eireann has to be especially acknowledged. The national bus company has been constant in its support for our club since December 1992 and has remained loyal to us through good and bad times ever since. This must constitute a record for continuous sponsorship of a rugby club. Our thanks and appreciation is also due to GGL Security who has substantially and generously sponsored us over the years. Our match programme sponsors, our lotto promoters, the Tuesday night crew and those who have supported our various fund raising efforts also deserve our thanks. A special thanks is due to our members and supporters who travel all over Ireland supporting our teams and who continue to buy lotto tickets, enter club draws and support the club in every way possible. I wish to thank our club captain Ger Slattery and his squad, our coaching team of John Staunton, John Keehan, Mike Lynch and back room personnel for keeping us in the top flight and wish them the best of luck for the coming season. Ger Slattery, Alan Cotter, Dan Goggin and Diarmuid Dee
deserve our congratulations for their success in Munster and Ireland squads. To the underage section, you play a big part in the future of this great club. I wish you luck and hope you can have as much success as last year. The past year has been remarkably successful on the representative front with Karl Madden, Ryan Minihan and Ben Betts receiving Munster caps at youth level. Ben Betts also represented Ireland Youths and Calvin Nash was a member of the Ireland under 18 schools team. Sadly, the lack of players has resulted in the dissolution of the womenﾃ不 section. I hope that they will be able to re-organise in the near future. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank all those involved behind the scenes, at every level, for their dedication to Young Munster RFC. Letﾃ不 hope this coming season is a successful, enjoyable and injury free one for all our players at every level. Yours in sport, Tommy Monahan
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A message from Louis Magee, IRFU President AS President of the Irish Rugby Football Union, I am delighted to extend my best wishes to everyone at Young Munster rugby club. Congratulations to Tommy Monahan on your election as club President. I wish you and all your members, across all the grades, every enjoyment and success from your busy season’s activities. As can always be anticipated at Tom Clifford Park, I have no doubts about the ambitions of your senior team in Division 1A of the Ulster Bank League which promises another exciting season of enthralling interclub rivalry. It also marks the introduction this season of revised regulations following the publication of a report into Club Sustainability, with the aim of protecting the two fundamental pillars of club rugby, volunteerism and loyalty. Amongst its key recommendations, and acting on the wishes of the majority
of clubs, is the removal of payments to players. As President, I wish to underline the appreciation of the IRFU to the many thousands of volunteers whose commitment and passion provides the healthy heart beat of Irish rugby. In this regard, your Union is delighted that following the marvellous support of the Ireland team and another season of strong performances by our Provincial sides, that funding to the club and schools game is increased this season to €9.5 million, together with an additional €1 million investment in the Union’s club loan scheme. As regards club funding, I draw your attention to the value of taking part in the IRFU’s Your Club Your Country Grand Draw. Last season this initiative raised €530,000 between the 142 clubs who participated, so make sure you support your club and also are in with a chance to win
some very attractive prizes. I thank Ulster Bank for their continued involvement as the official Community Partner to the IRFU. Its wide and popular activities include sponsorship of the Ulster Bank League, the Irish Club international team, the Bateman All Ireland Cup, the Ulster Bank League Awards and the Ulster Bank RugbyForce initiative. Best wishes to all at Tom Clifford Park. Louis Magee, President, Irish Rugby Football Union
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A message from Ellvena Graham, Ulster Bank THE 2013/2014 Ulster Bank League was yet another nailbiting season, full of exciting and enthralling matches with titles being decided on the very last plays. Now it’s the time of the year when thoughts turn to new beginnings as teams across the country set out with fresh hopes, dreams and renewed tactics. It’s been a great year for Irish rugby with the national side’s successful RBS 6 Nations campaign and some fantastic achievements from the provincial sides. Local clubs are the lifeblood of the game and we continue to be impressed and inspired by the dedication and passion of players, coaches, club staff and community volunteers. Week in, week out, you give your time and talent to ensure that rugby continues to thrive at a local, provincial and national level. This is Ulster Bank’s fifth season as the Official Community Rugby Partner to
the IRFU, a partnership which includes title sponsorship of the All-Ireland Club League and the Irish Club International team. We’re proud to support grassroots rugby and as part of our ongoing commitment to communities across Ireland, we created a club initiative called ‘Ulster Bank RugbyForce’. The programme, which coincides with our overall sponsorship, is designed to provide rugby clubs with support to renovate and upgrade their facilities as well as unite club members and local volunteers. The five winning clubs announced this year (An Ghaeltacht Rugbaí, Gort RFC, Portarlington RFC, Skibbereen RFC and Armagh RFC) took part in the recent Ulster Bank RugbyForce Winning Weekends, which brought entire communities together to spend the day renovating their club’s facilities. Since the initiative began in 2010, over €160,000 has been awarded to 165 clubs.
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Message from Andrew Yates, Bus ﾂナreann
In a year when Limerick City is on the rise, it gives me great pleasure to see our long standing relationship with Young Munster continue into its 22nd year. With the club flying the flag for Limerick rugby again this season in Division 1A, it bodes well that both last yearﾃ不 captain, Ger Slattery, and Head Coach John Staunton remain in their positions for 2014/15. As we thank Michael Benson for his service, I am delighted to congratulate Tommy Monahan on becoming the new president and wish him and everyone involved at the club the best of luck for the coming season. Andrew Yates, Bus ﾂナreann
AIDAN STORY PAGE
Big challenge for LimerickÕs only 1A standard bearers . . . By AIDAN CORR
Rugby Correspondent www.limerickrugby.ie
IT is not that alone they stand as LimerickÕs only representatives in division one A of the Ulster Bank AllIreland League this season, but there is going to be keen interest in Young MunsterÕs performances over the coming months. With the pendulum swinging in favour of the Pale in recent seasons, the trophy has not rested by Shannonside since 2009 when Shannon lifted it for the ninth time in 19 campaigns. Garryowen were crowned champions three times, 1992, 1994 and 2007, and while Young MunsterÕs day of glory came in 1993, they are hungry for a second success. But the black and ambers thrive on adversity, a characteristic that was clearly evident in that AIL decider in Lansdowne Road against a fancied St. MaryÕs 21 years ago. This season the odds are again against them but with the competition returning to the more exciting top four qualifiers system, ÔMunstersÕ could well be in the running when the last four places are up for grabs next April. Limerick rugbyÕs role in the success of the All-Ireland League has been deservedly acclaimed, but it could be some time before the region returns to its days of domination. A number of factors have contributed to the turn in fortunes and for the first time since the AILÕs inauguration in season 1990/91, this city has only one team in 1A as well as three in 1B, one in 2A and three in 2B. The current economic climate has resulted in players from almost every local club being sucked towards the metropolis and the southern hemisphere over the last few
campaigns and many are now wearing the jerseys of other AIL 1A teams. Since the beginning of this decade the monetary incentives offered by the better off clubs also added to the player drain and while this practice has now been ÔoutlawedÕ by the IRFU since September, it appears ironic that there has been an unprecedented movement of players in Munster during the recent off-season. Founded in 1895 when Pat Flavin and Michael OÕBrien gathered a team together to win the Tyler Cup, Young Munster have enjoyed success at all levels of the game. Over that 119 years they have brought joy, excitement and success to their loyal fans. This season they will once again give their all in every grade wherever their players don the famous black and amber jersey. This is a very special club, with very special support. This season they are the lone Limerick standard bearers at the highest level of Irish club rugby where their indomitable spirit and club pride will once again be tested.
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Young Munster RFC, Tom Clifford Park, Rosbrien, Limerick Tel: (061) 228433 (Club). Tel: (061) 417975 Email: YMRFClimerick@gmail.com Website: www.youngmunster.com Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/YoungMunsterRFC Follow us on Twitter: @YoungMunsterRFC
President: Tommy Monahan, 14 Kickham Avenue, Prospect, Limerick. Phone: 087-4114612. Vice-President: Tony Cusack, 4 Shrewsbury Lawn, Corbally, Limerick. Phone: 089-2080522. Email: email@example.com Junior Vice-President: Tom McCoy, 11 Whitethorns, Church Road, Raheen, Co. Limerick. Phone: 087-4114612. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Hon. Secretary: Brendan Collopy, 25 Flood Street, Pennywell, Limerick City. Phone: (M) 086-6062606 Ñ (H) 061417975. Email: email@example.com AssÕt. Hon. Secretary: Gerard Quaid, Alverstone, Ennis Road, Limerick City. Phone: 061-325028. Hon. Treasurer: Ger OÕShaughnessy, 27 Abbey Court, Fr. Russell Road, Limerick. Phone: 086-8360787. AssÕt. Hon Treasurer: John McLoughlin, 20 Cherry Avenue, Caherdavin Lawn, Limerick City. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fixtures Secretary: Ger Barry, 24 Belvedere Lawn, Fr. Russell Road, Limerick City. Phone: 086-0798242. P.R.O.: T.B.A. Medical Officer: Dr. Michael Griffin, 2 St. JohnÕs Square, Limerick City. Phone: 061-419986 (surgery). Committee: Michael Benson, John Smalle, Trish Montgomery, Mike Malone, Gerry OÕShea, Pat Micks, Nay Cantillon.
Director of Rugby-Coach 1st XV: John Staunton, 087-9980773. Team Manager 1st XV: Dara Jones, 087-2961049 Team Secretary 1st XV: Eddie Fitzgerald, 087-2646781 Captain 1st XV: Ger Slattery, 0879606494. Coach 2nd XV: T.B.A. AssÕt Coach 2nd XV: T.B.A. Team Manager 2nd XV: T.B.A. Team Secretary 2nd XV: T.B.A. Coaches U-21 XV: Shane OÕNeill, 0833321587. Tony Trehy, 085-8015714. Team Manager U-21 XV: T.B.A. Coach 3rd XV: Wayne McCoy, 0876938943. AssÕt Coach 3rd XV: T.B.A. Team Manager 3rd XV: John Galvin, 087-6856107. Senior Player Registration Administrator: Elaine Smalle, 085-1299030.
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YOUTH SECTION PAGE
Young Munster Youth Section
2013-14 has been another very successful season for our Youth Section. Last season we were the only club within the city to field teams at every age grade from Under 6 to Under 18Õs, and along with Bruff RFC, the only two teams in North Munster to field at all levels. Our Under 18Õs reached four finals, North Munster League final, Pan Munster final, and both Open and Closed North Munster Cups, but were most unfortunate not to win any silverware. Nevertheless, the outstanding commitment and huge amounts of skill displayed by this very talented squad of players bodes very well for the future of the club. On the representative front, Karl Madden, Ryan Minihan and Ben Betts were all capped at Youth level by Munster, with Ben Betts going on to represent Ireland Youths. Calvin Nash, who won a Munster Senior Schools Cup medal with Crescent Comprehensive last season, was a member of the very successful Irish Schools Under 18 team. Congratulations to all, and hopefully they will go on to further honours and will soon be lining out with Young Munster Senior XV. The Under 16 team went to France at Easter at the invitation of Neulise Rugby, with whom the Youth Section has built up close links over the past eight years, and had a very memorable trip, winning one match and narrowly losing another against an older age group. They completed their season by winning the annual Browne Shield hosted by Newcastle West RFC. Pride of place goes to our Under 15Õs who won the Under 15 North Munster Cup, following up on their double success of 2012/13. The final, played on the back pitch at Thomond Park, was of a standard which surely deserved to adorn the main Thomond Park pitch Ñ a fantastic game of skillful, free-flowing rugby from both Garryowen and YM, with the Cookies running out 27-25 victors. They also narrowly lost the Under 15 league decider to the same opposition. The Under 14Õs had a good season, showing some very good form towards the end of the season, culminating with a very enjoyable and successful tour to Wales at Easter. Similarly our 13Õs had a good league run, reaching the league semi-final and cup quarter final, losing out to the
eventual double winners Ñ Richmond/ Presentation/Newport. At the invitation of the IRFU, they competed at the prestigious Frankfurt Youth Rugby Festival, and both their play on the field and behaviour off the field were favourably commented upon by their German hosts. They also retained the Hoare Cup, defeating Old Crescent in March. The Under 12Õs retained the Lysaght Cup, played on St. StephenÕs morning at Clifford Park, defeating Richmond in a cracking match. Our Minis teams competed at official blitzes and friendly matches throughout the season. Training for Minis Ñ (Under 6 to Under 12Õs) Ñ is at Clifford Park every Sunday morning from 10 to 11. Information on other age grades is available from any member of the Youth Committee. We are fortunate in that we have good numbers playing at each age grade, and special word of thanks to our coaches and the parents for their efforts and support throughout the season, and most especially our colleagues on the Senior Committee for their help and support.
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ALAN KENNEDY Position: Lock
ALAN COTTER Position: Prop
ALAN WALLACE Position: Out-half
BARRY GIBBONS Position: Winger
BEN MARTIN Position: Out-half
BEN KILKENNY Position: Number 8
CIAN CLOHESSY Position: Centre
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DAN GOGGIN Position: Centre
DARREN GALLAGHER Position: Lock
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EVAN MULCAHY Position: Scrum-half
EVAN RYAN Position: Prop
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ROB GUERIN Position: Scrum-half
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SEAN DUGGAN Position: Lock
SEAN RENNISON Position: Number 8
SHANE FENTON Position: Hooker
SHANE O’LEARY Position: Centre
TOM GOGGIN Position: Back Row
WARREN KELLY Position: Winger
WILLIE CASEY Position: Full Back
WILLIE STAUNTON Position: Out-half
YASIN BROWNE Position: Back Row
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Members of the coaching team — JOHN STAUNTON, MICK LYNCH, CHRIS DE LOOZE and EDDIE FITZGERALD with Team Captain (pictured centre) GER SLATTERY (Position: Hooker)
GYM PAGE (LEFT)
GYM PAGE (RIGHT)
On tour in Argentina, 2014: Fr. Ted Rahilly, Ann Cusack, Paul O’Connell and Young Munster Vice-President, Tony Cusack.
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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 were Bohs in red, UCC, Garryowen the boys in blue, With Sundays Well, Õtwould 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, boy cheer, for our own fifteen of black and amber fame, WeÕre a true home team, and have always been And weÕre proud of Young Munster name, Their task well done, their victory won, All glory to them is owed, And weÕll sing our song, sing it all day long, Sing hurrah for the Yellow Road.
You can go up to the BombinÕ Field on a Sunday, Watch the young boys go out to train, Sure it make an old man about sixty, Play the game over again.
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INTERNATIONAL HONOURS PAGE
SENIOR INTERNATIONAL HONOURS WON BY YOUNG MUNSTER PLAYERS 1930 T. Casey 1932 T. Casey / M.D. Sheehan 1943/44 T. Clifford / J. Carr 1944/45 T. Larkin 1948/49 T. Clifford 1949/50 T. Clifford Ñ also member of Lions Tour 1950/51 T. Clifford 1951/52 T. Clifford 1966/67 Paddy DÕArcy, IRFU Referee, England v. France 1968/69 J. Tydings 1987/88 J. Fitzgerald 1988/89 J. Fitzgerald 1990/91 J. Fitzgerald 1991/92 J. Fitzgerald 1992/93 P. Clohessy 1993/94 P. Clohessy / J. Fitzgerald 1994/95 P. Clohessy Ñ also member of Barbarians Team 1995/96 P. Clohessy 1997/98 P. Clohessy 1998/99 P. Clohessy 1999/00 P. Clohessy / M. Mullins 2000/01 P. Clohessy / M. Mullins 2001/02 P. Clohessy / P. OÕConnell / R. Henderson Ñ also member of Lions Tour 2002/03 P. OÕConnell / R. Henderson / M. Mullins
2003/04 P. OÕConnell (Captain v France) / R. Henderson 2004/05 P. OÕConnell Ñ also member of Lions Tour 2005/06 P. OÕConnell 2006/07 P. OÕConnell 2007/08 P. OÕConnell 2008/09 P. OÕConnell Ñ Captain of Lions Tour / K. Earls Ñ also member of Lions Tour 2009/10 P. OÕConnell / K. Earls 2010/11 P. OÕConnell 2011/12 P. OÕConnell / K. Earls 2012/13 P. OÕConnell Ñ also member of British and Irish Lions Tour 2013/14 P. OÕConnell / K. Earls
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