U-8 Blitz - Bohs, Shannon, Y Munsters, NC West, Killaloe/Ballina
- Published on 22 February 2015
On Sunday last (15/2) we held our second home blitz of the season. It was the largest blitz of the calendar year so far. Once again we were blessed with the weather with the morning starting bright and dry despite it being a bit windy. Again thanks to Murty Hanly the playing surfaces were marked out and in excellent conditions. Indeed its great credit to Murty and the tireless work that he does, that we have seven pitches in superb condition at this time of the year despite the amount of use that they get.
Article: Seamus Hasset
U8 Blitz with Thomond, Shannon, St Marys and Kilrush
- Published on 09 December 2014
On Sunday the 23rd of November the U8’s hosted their second blitz of the season with Thomond RFC, Shannon RFC, St Marys RFC and Kilrush RFC making the journey to Annacotty to fulfil the fixtures. Again Bohs were in the enviable position of being able to field three teams despite the commitment to ecumenical matters from some of our squad. Shannon brought two teams with Thomond and St Marys bringing one each, Kilrush playing in their first blitz of the season (due to cancellations elsewhere) also brought one team,. We couldn’t have been more fortunate with ideal weather conditions and once again thanks to Murty Hanly superb playing pitches.
Article by Seamus Hassett
Photos: Once again thanks to Derek Noonan for giving up his time to provide us with some great match photos
U8's Blitz - Bohs, Newport, Bruff and Y Munster
- Published on 14 November 2014
On Sunday the 2nd of November UL Bohemian U8’s held a blitz on pitch three. We were in the fortunate position of being able to invite Young Munster RFC, Bruff RFC and our near neighbours Newport RFC. Thanks to the commitment of the parents and despite it being a bank holiday weekend UL Bohemian were in an enviable position of being able to field three teams at this level. Bruff and Young Munster to their credit each fielded two teams with Newport bringing one team. The morning couldn’t have been more ideally suited to a game of Rugby, with brilliant sunshine, good underfoot condition and superb playing surface, thanks to Mr Hanly for providing the last two.