That champion feeling as club bridges the age gap

Killarney club’s minis who benefitedfrom some top tios in their questions and answers sessions with the club’s under 16 Munster champions

THE youngest players on Killarney Rugby Club’s books have new role models to look up to in a real win-win situation for the club.

On Saturday the minis were treated to a questions and answers session with eight of the club’s Munster Championship winning under 16 squads as well as two coaches and it gave them a fantastic insight.

Considering the all-conquering under 16s graduated from the minis, it was wonderful for the children to see what they can achieve with hard work and determination

The club has thanked John O’Connell, Seamus Grealy and the boys for hosting the event.

Meanwhile, the club’s he family fun day is only two weeks away and it promises to be a huge day of fun and games at Aghadoe. The posts are now up at Aghadoe and the pitches are looking fantastic and what better way to show off the new pitches than invite everyone in Killarney and beyond to pop up to Aghadoe on My 11.

There will be demo matches with the kids, a Captain’s XV v President’s XV and some fantastic food on offer.
Very well done to the Kerry girls who got to the final of the Rugby Festival in Coonagh, Limerick last Saturday. A special mention to Killarney RFC girls Niamh and Bronagh Dorrian, Robyn Landers, Clodagh Foley and Katie O’Donoghue as a huge thanks to Gerard Moynihan and Hollie Ní Bhroin for all their hard work with the girls over the season.

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