Cashel Rugby would like to wish all their members and supporters a happy and prosperous New Year. The start of the New Year is a time to reassess goals and target new ventures, its a time for a collective pat on the back for everything that the club and individuals achieved during the year.
The new tarmac at the Club house is an example of the constant work in progress of a forward looking outfit. The usual suspects who put in such an effort weekly from the Minis to the Senior squad, from the Bingo to the Lotto, the cleaning washing and cooking that goes into making Cashel Rugby the success it continues to be.
The Cashel Rugby Dress Dance as always was a showcase of the life and energy that exists in the Club and well done to all who organised it. We would like to thank all our sponsors over the last year whose contributions are very much appreciated.
The passing of Philip De Vere Hunt, a great patron of the Club certainly cast a gloom over the place and we extend our heartfelt sympathy to his family.
Cashel Rugby Club would like to extent their sincerest sympathy to Michael McDonnell on the death of his beloved Mandy and also to the Murphy Family at this sad time.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh an h-anam dílis.
Up Coming Fixtures.
The firsts will kick off the New Year with an away outing on the 19th January against Seapoint.
Sunday 13th January see the second seniors at home to Cork Con.
Tag Rugby resumes every Monday night at 7.30pm to 8.15pm for Primary School and Secondary School girls.
Make sure not to miss Bingo this Wednesday 9th January at 8.30 p.m. sharp in the Clubhouse. Don’t miss it!
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