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Pitch redevelopment - progress report Tuesday 16th October. See https://t.co/PylEVsy4JA for more. #clubify 4 hours ago
U14 Killarney RFC 31 Corca Dhuibhne 30 - match report 14th Oct. See https://t.co/8XcvVSbGE5 for more. #clubify 1 day ago
Champions Cup XV of the Week - Round 1 https://t.co/WByfaASz8J 1 day ago
U16 Killarney RFC 27 Tralee/Listowel 7 - action from the game . See https://t.co/CAVmDfehfd for more. #clubify 2 days ago
The top quality pitch surfaces are starting to appear up at Aghadoe! We can’t wait for everyone to be able to come up to our grounds and check out our new top class facilities. Onwards and upwards. Please help us with our continued fundraising for this pitch upgrade. … See MoreSee Less
Last Sunday in glorious conditions in front of the stunning backdrop of the dingle peninsula and an enthusiastic and warm local support, Killarney RFC U14s secured a dramatic last-gasp win with a final score of 31 – 30 in a highly entertaining game played in a great spirit by both sides.
Both teams displayed good ball handling and running skills with flowing rugby and plenty of scores. It was Corca Dhuibhne who scored first with a try after 10 mins and Killarney had to defend staunchly against a well-coached and organised side. Killareny’s outhalf Piarce Slattery scored some pivotal tries; he was aided by great vision from scrumhalf Donal Hickey along with individual running from Stephen Dalton and Josh Coffey to keep the pressure on the Corca Dhuibhne defence.
Ultimately, the high success rate of Finn Kennelly’s kicks at the goal to convert Killarney’s tries proved the difference between the sides in the end.
Excellent defensive performances with great tackling from Cathan Harrington, Daire O’Brien, Gearóid Sugrue and Gavin Walsh kept Killarney in the match.
With time almost up, the score was 25-30 in Corca Dhuibhne’s favour, when a breakaway involving Donal Hickey, Cathan Harrington and ultimately Piarce Slattery resulted in a try under the posts from 50 meters. With the clock in red, Finn Kennelly stepped up to slot the conversion against the wind to secure the victory in the last action of the game.
Special mention must go to the warm and sporting welcome we received as always from an impressive Corca Dhuibhne side. … See MoreSee Less
A fantastic day for our KRFC girls who travelled to Clonakilty RFC today along with our Listowel RFC and Tralee RFC friends. The girls took part in U8/U10 and U12 as well as some girls representing the U14 Kerry girls squad.
An excellent day of rugby from all and we would like to thank everyone at Clonakilty for hosting and for the fantastic hospitality shown to all. Thanks to everyone who travelled to support the girls. A huge thanks must go to Liam, Fiona, Denise, Peter and Tom our band of coaches, those who took part and a special mention to our girls liason Officer Denise for all the hard work on organising.