Munster Rugby Coach Development Workshop

Anyone interested should email the development officers listed below all workshops are free. Workshops are on next week so email and reserve your spot early.

You are invited to attend an upcoming Munster Rugby Coach Development Workshop. Details as follows:

Munster Rugby Coach Development | Rugby Attack Workshop 2019

Monday 9 December | Irish Independent Park | 7pm-8pm

The Munster Rugby Coach Development Department are set to host a Rugby Attack Workshop, delivered by Paul Barr and Mike Pettman

Barr and Pettman will each deliver a session on Rugby Attack designed for coaches who work with players from U14 through to Senior level.

Paul Barr is a former Director of Rugby at St Michaels College, Dublin and Head Coach and Director of Coaching at Presentation Brothers College, Cork. He has been head coach of Leinster and Munster Schools. Paul is one of the most decorated coaches in the domestic game, with vast experience at many levels of the game. Last year alone, Paul was Head Coach of Cork Constitution when they won the AIL and Munster Senior Cup, while also coaching Bandon RFC U16s to an All-Ireland win.

You can read a little more about Paul’s attacking philosophy in the link below:

https://www.the42.ie/cork-con-club-culture-ail-final-4617655-May2019/

Mike Pettman joined the Munster Rugby Development Department earlier this year as a technical skills development coach. The former New Zealand 7s player and Dolphin RFC utility back is currently working with Munster’s talent identified players to help develop their technical and tactical ability, as well as improving the standards of skills coaching on the Munster pathway within clubs and schools.

The Rugby Attack Workshop is FREE and coaches from across the province are welcome to attend. The workshop will be on the field from 7pm-8pm with Q&A afterwards in the hospitality suite.

For more information please contact your respective coach development officers.

Owen Mullowney – owenmullowney@munsterrugby.ie

Brendan O’Connor – brendanoconnor@munsterrugby.ie

Robert Healy R.I.P.

We note with sadness the passing of Bob Healy, (the Blackman Bar), and father of Junior 1 team manager.

We extend our deepest sympathy to Brian and family at this sad time.

Funeral arrangements below.


HEALY (The Blackman, Dublin Pike, Cork):
On December 2nd, 2019, peacefully, at the Bon Secours Hospital, ROBERT (BOB), dearly loved husband of Maureen (née Cronin) and loving father of Patricia, Roy, Denis, Brian, David, Joanne and Kevin.
Sadly missed by his loving wife and family, son-in-law, daughters-in- law, grandchildren, brother-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives and a large circle of friends. 
Lying in repose at the Mayfield Funeral Home, Old Youghal Road of
Jerh. O’Connor Ltd. on (Wednesday) from 5.00pm until Removal at 7.00pm to St. Joseph’s Church,

Mayfield. Requiem Mass at 12 noon on (Thursday). Funeral afterwards to St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Crosshaven. Family flowers only, please.“Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis”.

Well done Meabh Desmond

Our very own Maebh Desmond has made it onto the U17 Munster Development squad

She wasn’t alone on the day 2 of her team mates were also involved in the trials Jessica O’ Brien and Jodie Hughes. Well done girls.

Meabh, Jodie and Jessica on the hallowed turf of Irish Independent park.

Rest of the photos are on facebook now of the girls trials and the boys trials.

Six from Six+Craig says thanks.

Clair did the gate today, highest receipts so far this season. You don’t mess with our Clair.

CLAIR ON THE GATE.

OLD JERSEY….
NEW JERSEY, AFTER MANY DIFFERENT STYLES OF JERSIES OVER RECENT TIMES, IT’S BACK TO BASICS.
MISERABLE DAY IN RATHCOONEY.
BRIAN TRIES TO BUM A CIGARETTE .
THE INJURED DARA DALY FLANKED BY BARY AND SEAN.
WORK CONTINUES ON ROOM BEHIND CLUB SHOP, EVEN TABLECLOTH IS IN CLUB COLOURS.

Match report and pictures, under “Results” on Home Page.

Updated table.


Craig contacted me to say thanks to all the supporters who made lots of noise again
today, (Mossie?), and he wanted to say how much the team appreciated the support.

2 friendlies this week…

Boys under 18.5’s and the Boys under 16’s both have a friendly this week against Christian Brothers Club. Both matches take place in Lansdowne Stadium Kick off tonight is 7.30 for the under 18.5’s and the under 16’s kick off Thursday at 7pm if you are in the area and are looking for something to do for an hour or so come along and Cheer on the Old Christian Boys.