Abbeyfeale RFC

Abbeyfeale 2nd XV 17
Kilrush 34

The Abbeyfeale 2nd XV were in action on Saturday last (11th April) in the Quarter Final of the Webb Cup when they hosted Kilrush at the Grove Grounds. Having defeated Thurles in the dying moments with a late drop goal from Dan G Harnett in the previous round, the home side were brimming with confidence going into this game. However, Kilrush had other ideas and were intent in showcasing their attacking abilities which proved successful on their previous game, when they defeated Old Crescent by 39 points to 15, away from home.

The home side were on the back foot from earlier on in the game, when after ten minutes of the contest, Kilrush were awarded a five metre scrum in Abbey’s half. Despite the home sides effort to turn it over, Kilrush spread the ball wide before finding their winger, who managed to squeeze over in the corner for his first of two tries on the day.

Worse was soon to follow for the home side, with an early penalty attempt being missed by fly half Dan G Harnett, Kilrush further punished them by working their way up field for their second try. With Abbey being guilty of indecisive play, the away side gathered a loose ball before spreading wide to their winger. With his angle being cut down, he had the presence of mind to kick the ball back inwards where his centre was chasing hard to regather it. With the ball over the try line and the centre seemly winning the chase from an Abbey defender, the referee awarded a penalty try when he adjudged that the Kilrush man was illegally pushed before attempting to ground the ball. With the extras being duly added, Kilrush now had opened up a twelve point lead.

Abbey responded almost immediately after the restart when they pressed hard on the away sides five metre line. Impressive carries from Liam O’Connor was getting his side closer to the line, however, Kilrush’s defence was proving to be difficult to breach. With the home side working through a number of phases, an overlap presented itself out wide. Quick ball was needed and when it came, it was left for winger Colm Hassett to dive over for his sides first try of the day.

With half time approaching, Kilrush extended their lead with a penalty before adding a try, when their winger intercepted a poor pass just shy of half way, to race under the posts unopposed. With the extras being added, the away side now had a commanding 17 point lead over their hosts.

Kilrush began the second half pretty much the same as they began the first half, when they registered the first try of the half. Abbey’s task at hand was now beginning to mount. However, the home side still continued to battle away and their efforts were rewarded when they scored moments later. Having been awarded a penalty, Abbey decided to tap and go, with Liam O’Connor again coming to the fore, barging his way forward gaining valuable yards. The home side were now pressing hard on Kilrush’s line, edging ever closer. With Abbey having numbers on the blind side, a superb, quick reflexed pass from Craig Smith, allowed his prop Willie Walsh to barge his way over in the corner to close the gap between the two sides.

However, Kilrush moments later, effectively killed off the game as a contest when their winger raced over again to score his second try of the day. Abbey did get a consolation score right at the death, when Liam O’Connor burst his way through a gap to dive over under the posts with Dan G Harnett adding the extras.

Despite the margin of defeat, the lads did give a good account of themselves. They were solid in the scrum and their line-outs functioned well. However, their indecisions at times proved costly in terms of scores and possession. Perhaps this was due to a lack of experience. However, this experience will come with time, with the lads playing together more regularly. Players like James O’Mara, Dean Smith, Craig Smith, Dan G Harnett and Danny Harnett are all players for the future and should be pressing hard for 1st XV selection next season. The squad that was assembled on Saturday show that there IS a group of players there willing to play and perhaps seek to claim a spot on the 1st XV. Least we forget the benefits of having a 2nd XV, with such players as Cormac Roche, Cathal Broderick, Philip Collins and Gavin Dillion to name but a few, all benefitting from the playing experience with the 2nd XV this year. It just goes to show that patience, good application and good performances WILL be rewarded. Without question, there is an impressive pool of good talented players out there. Let’s hope that this 2nd XV team becomes stronger and progresses next season. It’s vital for future success!!


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4 – 20 – 23 – 31
1 MATCH 3 WINNER @ €150

4 LUCKY DIPS, @ €25 each
1. Tom Toomey, 53 Collins Park, Abbeyfeale
2. Dan Broderick, Dromtrasna Collins, Abbeyfeale
3. Maurice Cotter, Killarney Road, Abbeyfeale
4. Mark Fitzgerald, The Hill, Abbeyfeale

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Abbeyfeale 10
Nenagh Ormond 15

To say that Abbeyfeale have had it tough in this Junior Plate is somewhat an understatement. Having faced and seen off two senior clubs of the might of UL Bohemians and Old Crescent in the early rounds, one could have argued with the Gods above to perhaps do us a favour in the next round. Alas, those arguments paid no heed. Indeed, it just merely continued the trend in this knockout competition, with Abbey again being pitted against a senior club, this time, Nenagh Ormond. The Tipperary side’s passage to this stage has been equally impressive as their visitors, recording a comprehensive victory over Bruff in round one, while digging deep to edge out a valiant Galbally outfit in round two.

Abbey started the game in an impressive manner, testing the home sides resolve in defence from the off. Following a take at a line-out from John Browne, the away side mauled their way closer to the home sides line. The maul, an ever-present throughout the season for the Limerick side, was causing early problems for Nenagh, forcing the Tipp side to concede two early penalties. Tom Hassett, impressive with the boot in his last two games, was having an indifferent day. Having missed a relatively straight forward kick by his standards, five minutes into the half, he did redeem himself moments later to slot over a penalty to get Abbey on the scoreboard. The away side almost scored the first try of the game when following an impressive maul, Abbey looked to spread the ball wide, working through a number of phases, with centre Michael Enright taking a number of crashes up the middle. Nenagh were desperately trying to repel the away sides advances, but when a beautiful deft pop pass was gathered by Adam Roche, he drove hard to the line before off loading to Kieran McCarthy. With the try line in sight, McCarthy dived for the line, only for a Nenagh defender to make a last ditch tackle, forcing the Abbey man to agonisingly knock on.

Having weathered the early storm from Abbeyfeale, Nenagh were gradually coming back into the game. Their first visit into the away sides 22 almost resulted in their first try, when having an overlap, they failed to capitalise on the opportunity when the final pass drifted into touch. The home side were gradually beginning to put Abbey under pressure, but the away sides defence was holding up pretty firmly. Abbey’s scrum was functioning well and was a cause for concern for the Tipp side. With Abbey showing dominance in this facet of play, they capitalised on it when they were awarded a penalty try just before half time, after Nenagh were penalised three times by referee Joy Neville. With Hassett adding the extras, it gave the Limerick side a valuable ten point cushion going into the half time interval.

Abbey got off to the worse possible start in the second half, when Nenagh were awarded a penalty in front of the posts. The away side’s woes were further compounded when back rower, Liam McEnery was sin-binned after an alleged infringement at a ruck. With the home side slotting over the three points on offer, they began to grow in confidence, attacking Abbey’s defence at will. Abbey were carving out opportunities for themselves but poor decision making in attack meant Nenagh were just about surviving.

Nenagh were on the attack again, looking for territory by working through a number of phases. A reverse penalty decision just inside Abbey’s half, gave the home side the impetus to pick and go, and their efforts were duly rewarded, when the Nenagh fly half pounced from the base of the ruck, a metre out, to dive over to level matters.

Abbey needed a response immediately and almost did so when they were awarded a penalty just outside Nenagh’s 22. In what was proving to be a tight contest in terms of the scoreboard, the importance of the kickers accuracy could prove crucial in how the contest was decided. Having scored one and missed one earlier, Abbey’s Tom Hassett couldn’t add the extras, with his attempt just drifting wide.

As the game progressed, it was beginning to be a slugfest between the two teams, with little or no clear cut opportunities arising. However, with just minutes remaining, Abbeyfeale hearts were broken when Nenagh broke through a number of tired bodies to dive over for a controversial try in the corner to all but seal victory for the Tipp side. Abbey did force one final play and almost did the unthinkable and snatched the win right at the death when the ball was spread wide to Cormac Roche. With the try line in sight, and Gavin Dillion outside him, the final pass was poorly executed and with that, Abbeyfeale’s chance of causing another upset was gone.

Despite the agonising manner of the defeat, the lads should be commended for their efforts. The set pieces functioned very well, with the scrum once again coming to the fore, with the lads getting a penalty try for their efforts. In what was a hot day, tired bodies were evident at the end, but their commitment in every facet of their play was immense. The fairytale run in this Plate competition is sadly gone for another year, but the lads should take pride as well as encouragement, after the manner in which they defeated both UL Bohemians and Old Crescent in the earlier rounds, when the odds were very much heavily stacked against them. This season has been a steep learning curve, with many players growing in stature. This team already can’t wait for next season.

Team: 1) A. Roche, 2) K. McCarthy, 3) M. Morrissey, 4) G. Walsh, 5) B. Collins, 6) D. Murphy, 7) L. McEnery, 8) J. Browne, 9) T. Hassett, 10) M. Roche, 11) S. Daly, 12) M. Enright, 13) P. Daly, 14) D. Collins, 15) Philip Collins
Subs: 16) L. O’Connor, 17) C. O’Sullivan 19) G. Dillion, 20) C. Roche

Abbeyfeale 2nd XV 22
Thurles 2nd XV 19

The Abbeyfeale 2nd XV were in action on Saturday last in the second round of the Webb Cup when they hosted Thurles at the Grove Grounds. Having lost to Presentation in the first round, Abbey found themselves re-instated after Presentation, along with a number of clubs were expelled from the competition after fielding ineligible players. Abbey took their second chance and did so in the most nail biting of circumstances. Gavin Dillion, continuing his impressive try scoring tally, added another hat trick to his CV, with flanker Dean Smith adding the extras to two of those three tries. Thurles were dealt an early blow when they had a man sent off for foul play, while another was sin binned just moments later to leave the Tipp side down to just 13 players. However, despite their numerical disadvantage, the away side gave a good account of themselves and managed to claw their way back into the game to leave it eagerly poised at 19 all. With time ticking away and with extra time looking a distant possibility, both teams tried desperately to breach each others defence. A moment of magic was needed and up stepped young Abbey fly half, Dan G Harnett, to slot over a majestic, well struck drop goal from deep out to seal a hard fought victory over the Tipp side. With the win sealed, the lads can now look forward to a home quarter final against Kilrush. Keep update on our Facebook page for the confirmation of the date and time for this game. Congrats boys!!


2 – 3 – 9 – 30
1 MATCH 3 WINNER @ €150

4 LUCKY DIPS, @ €25 each
1. Zoey Flaherty, Knocknasna, Abbeyfeale
2. Denis McEnery, Knocknaroe, Knocknagoshel
3. Fr. John O’Shea, Abbeyfeale
4. Johnny O’Grady, C/o Little Neroes

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6 – 7 – 20 – 27
2 MATCH 3 WINNER’S @ €75 each
1. Kelly Harnett, The Hill, Abbeyfeale
2. Fr. John O’Shea , Abbeyfeale

4 LUCKY DIPS, @ €25 each
1. Ronnie Murphy 16 Collins Park , Abbeyfeale
2. John Sheeran, Graigue, Abbeyfeale
3. Cliodhna Ryan, C/o Jack Ryan Bar
4. Peter Murphy, Killarney Rd, Abbeyfeale

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Abbeyfeale 43
Old Crescent 25

Abbeyfeale continued on from where they left off last weekend by putting in another workmanlike shift against a spirited Old Crescent team. In truth, Abbey were dominating the early exchanges in the first half and went in at half time with a commanding 27 points to 12 lead. But, with a renewed effort, the Limerick city side to their credit, managed to reduce the deficit to two points early in the second half, only for their composure to lapse later on, allowing the Limerick county side to capitalise.

A sun-drenched day at Rosbrien made for ideal running rugby and to both teams credit, they didn’t fail to entertain, with both looking for early gaps to test each others defence. Having already overcome one Senior Limerick city side in the previous round, Abbey were looking to add another scalp to their collection. But their task at hand got off to a wretched start when after some slack defending from the away side, allowed Cres to go over for the first try of the day. Abbey didn’t panic and a penalty from Tom Hassett less than a minute after eased the away sides nerves.

Abbey were looking to play the territory game early on, and when a beautifully executed kick into the corner from fly half Michael Roche just dropped short of the touch line, winger Stevie Daly was on hand to force the Cres winger to kick the ball into touch. Abbey were now pressing hard and were working through the phases with impressive picking and driving. The away sides pressure was beginning to toll and their endeavours were rewarded when centre, Michael Enright crashed up the middle, breaking two tackles, before slotting down under the posts for his side’s first try. Hassett duly added the extras. Indeed, Enright was at his marauding best with ball-in-hand, unlocking the oppositions defence with ease on a number of occasions by crashing up the middle.

Abbey were playing with real intent and were causing the home side a number of problems. A scrum on the Cres 22 offered another opportunity to test the home sides mettle in defence, and when openside flanker Philip Daly made a telling break before offloading to Kieran McCarthy, the away team were just inches from the line. A further pick from prop forward Adam Roche yielded the same return. With the Abbey back line desperately seeking the ball, the forwards decided to keep it tight only for Cres to somehow turn it over.

The away side were made to rue that missed opportunity moments later when Cres made their way inside Abbey’s half. With the home side gathering momentum through a number of carries, they capitalised when they broke through the away sides early shaky defence to level the scores. With the extras being added, Cres had gained the upper hand. However, this was as close as the home side got, with Abbey dominating proceedings for the remainder of the half. Notable carries from Colm O’Sullivan, Kieran McCarthy and Michael Enright were providing a constant threat to Cres, with their resistance being severely tested. With pressure mounting, Brian Collins stole a march, breaking one tackle before superbly offloading to support player, Adam Roche, who had much to do before diving over for his side’s second try. Hassett added the extras.

Abbey soon added further punishment to Cres’ woes when they were awarded a penalty just inside Cres’ 22 after a brilliant maul. The maul was proving to be a poignant weaponry amongst the away sides arsenal, and was again at the forefront of Abbeys attack in play. With the away side eschewing the opportunity to kick for goal in favour of setting up a line-out on the Cres five-metre line, it was a bold move to say the least. Brave decision or calculated risk?? Whatever the decision, it showed McCarthy’s leadership skills and his confidence in his troops. As with last weekend, a well worked training ground move from the line-out resulted in Colm O’Sullivan just managing to squeeze over for his side’s third try. Hassett, continuing his fine form with the boot, added the extras to increase his side’s lead to 12 points, and only moments later, he cooly added a further three points from a penalty, following some excellent play from John Browne and Brian Collins. Indeed the away side were afforded another opportunity to extend their lead just before half time, when they were awarded a penalty on half way, following a dominant scrum from the Fealesiders. With Hassett’s effort just dropping short, the impressive Philip Daly, chasing up on the effort, almost catches the rebound, only to agonisingly spill it with the line at his beckoning. A welcome relief for the home side as the first half ended.

As was at the beginning of the contest, Cres started the second half in much brighter fashion. With the home side now needing to chase the game, they looked to attack from deep with every chance. Following a penalty in their own 22, a quick tap and go saw the home side making tremendous inroads up the field. With the Abbey defence desperately scrambling back, Cres spread the ball wide where they had numbers to slot down for the first try of the second half. Indeed, the home side were not laying down just yet, and a penalty and a further try in the space of ten minutes had completely turned the tie on its head, with Abbey now holding a slender two point lead.

The contest was slowly beginning to be reminiscent of the previous days exploits between the French and English, with both teams exchanging scores one after the other. But Abbey gathered their composure and gained a foothold in the game, earning a number of penalties due to the home sides ill discipline. With Tom Hassett displaying a flawless display of kicking throughout the contest, he further punished the opposition with two penalties, while his half back partner, Michael Roche, chipped in with a drop goal to extend his side’s lead to 11 points. And thereafter, it was all Abbeyfeale, who continued to press forward. Cres’ woes were further compounded when they were reduced to 14 men following a red card, and Abbey took full advantage. With just ten minutes remaining, Abbey were awarded a penalty try following a dominant scrum on the home sides five-metre line. With the Cres pack being put under immense pressure, the referee was left with no choice but to award the resulting score. Hassett added the extras to end the contest with an impressive haul of 20 points.

An impressive result to the say the least but one that’s not without its concerns. Despite being devoid of a number of front line players, the lads did exceptionally well to galvanise together to produce a collective effort. The quality of tries scored must be commended and the set pieces worked very well. Individual performances from Michael Enright and Philip Daly stood out but the overall collective effort was immense. Despite entering the half time interval with a commanding lead, the lads were guilty of taking their foot off the gas, allowing Cres to come back to within two points. The defence proved shaky at times with the back line standing off too deep, thus allowing the home side to get over the gain line with too much ease. Abbey were giving the home side too much space and they should have adopted a ‘Rush-up’ defence instead of just ‘fanning out’. This is an area of real concern and one in which Nenagh may not be so forgiven about. However, with a semi final berth at stake and with hopes raised, expect these issues to be firmly ironed out.

Team: 1) A. Roche, 2) K. McCarthy, 3) M. Morrissey, 4) G. Walsh, 5) B. Collins, 6) D. Murphy, 7) P. Daly, 8) J. Browne, 9) T. Hassett, 10) M. Roche, 11) G. Dillion, 12) M. Enright, 13) J. Murphy, 14) S. Daly, 15) C. Roche
Subs: 16) C. O’Sullivan, 17) M. Dillane 18) Craig Smith, 19) Dean Smith, 20) Philip Collins

Abbeyfeale 39
Ballincollig 05

Abbey rounding off their league campaign in resounding fashion with a ruthless display of pace and power to notch up their seventh and final league win of the season, consolidating sixth position in the final table. Following an abject performance against Waterford City the previous weekend, the home side were eager to banish any lingering doubts about that display and dutifully went about doing so early on in the contest. With barely ten minutes on the clock, Abbey found themselves with an early six point cushion, thanks to the ever reliable boot of scrum half, Tom Hassett, who was making his first start since overcoming a slight hamstring strain a number of weeks previous. The home sides maul dominated from early proceedings, with superb patience and a well executed technique shown, allowing the hosts to threaten the Cork sides gain line. Indeed, this dominance enabled the hosts to establish their early lead. Ballincollig too had early chances themselves with a missed penalty attempt and a held-up try typifying their day.

Abbey’s scrum, after a somewhat testing time against a big Waterford City pack the previous weekend, fronted up, getting the measure of their Cork counterparts on a number of occasions. Devoid of the services of the ever-present loosehead prop Adam Roche, Colm O’Sullivan amicably stepped into the breach to ensure that the home sides scrum remained strong and competitive. With the home side getting the shove on with ease, it enabled No.8 John Browne to make a number of superb breaks from the base, something with which Ballincolling were finding difficult to contain. Indeed Browne was displaying one of his better days with his ball carrying and line breaks, getting his side over the gain line on a handful of times. With pressure mounting, the home side almost made the break through, when following a turnover from a Browne kick through, Kieran McCarthy almost side-stepped his way in for his side’s first try, only to be denied by some desperate defending.

Abbey applied more pressure moments later, when from a poor executed clearance kick from the Cork side, Michael Roche punished them with a deft kick through into the corner, forcing the winger to retreat back. A knock-on from the Cork man followed, giving Abbey ideal field position. However, the home side coughed up the chance with an unforced error, a facet which bore witness too many times throughout the campaign. To the home sides credit though, this setback didn’t deter them from executing their game plan and their confidence was very much beginning to manifest itself with every passage of play. The breakthrough finally came when Gavin Dillion, making his 1st team debut for Abbeyfeale, was given a chance to attack. The young winger displaying a mature head and an eye for the try line, side stepped two would-be-tacklers before displaying sheer pace to race over unopposed for a fantastic individual score. Hassett added further gloss to the scoreline when he duly added the extras from a difficult angle outside, to increase the home sides lead to thirteen points.

Ballincollig were rocked by the home sides display in the first half, with Abbey’s scrum proving to be dominant, while the much maligned line out was functioning immensely, a testament to the players resolve to right the wrongs of the previous week. Abbey upped the ante after the break, continuing to test Ballincolling’s mettle. A line-out on the away sides 22 directly from the restart had the Cork side already under pressure and worse was soon to follow. Following a take from John Browne at the ensuing line-out, he offloaded off the top to hooker Kieran McCarthy, who was looping around before offloading to Colm O’ Sullivan. O’Sullivan, a noted ball-carrier, drove hard at the Ballincollig defence, just coming agonisingly short after some desperate last-ditch defending to deny him. With Abbey desperately seeking quick recycled ball, captain, Kieran McCarthy, spotted a slight gap to furrow his way over from a short distance. Hassett added the extras to open up a twenty point gap between the sides.

The home side, despite possessing a dominant lead, refused to rest on their laurels and continued to press ahead. The game as a contest was effectively ended, when from a run of play, winger Gavin Dillion regathered on half way, before once again displaying his pace to race down the touch line. With one defender to beat, the Abbey flyer cooly cut back inside to slot down for his second try of the day.

Abbey further compounded the Cork side’s misery when a mis-cued box kick from Abbey’s Tom Hassett, bounced dangerously, just shy of the touch line, before the flying rocket that be, Gavin Dillion, pounced ( to the amazement of both the Ballincollig side and the supporters watching) to break through to score under the posts, marking his debut with three superb, opportunistic tries, as the home side marched their way towards securing the bonus point. Hassett added the extras to add to his impressive tally of 14 points for the day.

Ballincollig did however manage to score a consolation try, which seemed to irk the Abbeyfeale players, as their defence was holding firm throughout the contest. Nevertheless, it was the home side that had the final say of the contest when a cross-field kick from Michael Roche found full back David Collins ( playing his final home game before retiring) standing out on the wing. With the Ballincollig defence desperately scrambling over to cut off the attack, Collins cooly offloaded to centre John Murphy looping around before diving over in the corner to seal his side’s fifth and final try.

A convincing victory to say the least and one in which many positives can be taken from the display. Abbey’s set pieces functioned exceptionally well with the line-outs operating much better than the previous encounter, the scrum was dominant and the use of the maul throughout the contest enabled Abbey to get themselves into good field positions. The lads defence was solid and the late consolation try would have irked them as they sought to keep the Cork side scoreless. The unearthing of Gavin Dillion whose sheer pace caused havoc for Ballincollig, along with the emergence of such exciting young talent such as Jake Quirke, Cathal Broderick, Tom McCarthy, Cormac Roche, Philip Daly, Philip Collins, Pa Brislane, Liam O’Connor, Dean Smith, James O’Mara, Cian O’Sullivan, John Murphy, are but a few who have contributed and will contribute in the seasons to come. The conveyor belt of talent looks promising and with a few old reliable heads on board to guide them along, the future very much looks bright for this team.

The club would also like to wish David Collins the very best of luck for the future after he announced that he would be retiring at the end of the season. It was a fitting ending that Davey was made captain for the day in what was to be his final outing at the Grove, and a convincing victory was the cherry on top. The winger/full back/out half/centre/scrum half, you name it, he has played there, has given many years service to the 1st XV over the years. A popular figure, both on and off the pitch, his presence on the field of play will be missed. Enjoy your Sunday’s off Davey!!

Team: 1) C. O’Sullivan, 2) K. McCarthy, 3) M. Morrissey, 4) D. Murphy, 5) B. Collins, 6) L.McEnery, 7) P. Daly, 8) J. Browne, 9) T. Hassett, 10) M. Roche, 11) G. Dillion, 12) M. Enright, 13) J.Murphy, 14) S. Daly, 15) D. Collins
Subs: 16) G. Walsh, 17) Daniel. Ward 18) M. O’Donnell, 19) Cathal Broderick, 20) Philip Collins


1 – 3 – 14 – 17
3 MATCH 3 WINNER’S @ €50 each
1. AnnMarie Roche, C/o Pallas Foods
2. Liz & Mike Flynn, Athea
3. Mary Lane , The Hill, Abbeyfeale

4 LUCKY DIPS, @ €25 each
1. Willie O’Connor, Abbeyfeale
2. Dan Harnett, Killarney Rd, Abbeyfeale
3. John Reidy, New Street, Abbeyfeale
4. Marguerite O’Donoghue, Beale Asdee.

Promoters prize to Barney McMahon
Next Week’s Draw on: Monday 30th March March at The Rugby Club
Jackpot €3,900
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