Thursday 23 March 2017

Carrick minis celebrate their successful season

Carrick RFC continue to see the number of players increasing in all age groups as the sport becomes more popular following the recent Rugby World Cup and the success of the Connacht senior squad
Carrick RFC continue to see the number of players increasing in all age groups as the sport becomes more popular following the recent Rugby World Cup and the success of the Connacht senior squad
Carrick RFC continue to see the number of players increasing in all age groups as the sport becomes more popular following the recent Rugby World Cup and the success of the Connacht senior squad

Another season of minis rugby training has come to an end, and what a season. Carrick RFC continue to see the number of players increasing in all age groups as the sport becomes more popular following the recent Rugby World Cup and the success of the Connacht senior squad.

The increase in numbers allows Carrick to participate in blitzes in all age groups from U-8 right through to U-12.

U-8s and U-9s have their Connacht blitz in the coming weeks and the U-10 squad could end the season playing in the Aviva Stadium at the end of April if they are successful in an upcoming blitz in Ballina.

Our thanks to parents for supporting the players during the long winter, the coaches for being there each Saturday to train the players and in particular to Aidan and Maeve for tackling the massive work load associated with being minis coordinators.

We hope all our players have a great summer as they start back to summer sports and we look forward to seeing all existing players and many new players next season.

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