- Successful weekend of UCC Club activity
Successful weekend of UCC Club activity
Pride of place this weekend goes to UCC Rugby Club who have qualified for the All Ireland Division 1A league for 2018/19. UCC defeated Banbridge 15-10 up in Banbridge’s home turf on Saturday to seal a famous victory & gain promotion to the AIL Division 1A league.
Well done to all
UCC ladies were unlucky in their quest to gain promotion to the EY division 1 league following their play offs held in Cork at the weekend.
UCC finished 3rd & have qualified for the EY Division 2 league – a significant achievement none the less. They get to remain in the Munster Senior League & play division 2 of the All Ireland league & gain valuable experience at this level .
UCC Division 5 were beaten 4-3 recently
UCC Div 6 lost 1-0 to Middleton recently
UCC seniors had a comfortable 4-0 win over arch rivals Avondale Utd at the Farm yesterday to keep their hopes of retaining their Munster Senior League title alive
In the Division 2 of the MSL: UCC Academicals defeated Douglas Hall 6-0
In the Junior Premier MSL UCC lost 2-3 to Carrigaline Utd
In the Cork AUL Division 3A: UCC were beaten 3-4 by Southcoast Athletic
UCC were crowned division 3 canoe polo champions following the final series of matches played in UL recently. It was a mixed league & UCC’s first success at canoe polo.
UCC performed very well at the intervarsities recently in Dublin & retained their overall title on a recount just defeating TCD to the title:
1st Place: Chere Duffy (57kg), Freya Hammer (84kg) – National Junior Bench record, Tracey Kelly (84kg+), Samuel Smith(59kg), Kieran Walsh (120kg).
2nd Place: Gavin Hicks(93kg),
3rd Place: Conor O’Driscoll (93kg)
UCC competed at the Dublin Open recently & performed very well:
Seán Higgins, 3rd in Elite Men
Nicole Geaney, 1st in Elite-Pro Ladies
Jack Davis, 1st in Elite-Pro Men
Seán Higgins & Joe O’ Connor, 3rd in Higher Level Synchro
Jack Davis & Nicole Geaney, 1st in Higher Level Synchro