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·         5 min gone. Try for @CastleislandRFC by their Loosehead Prop in the corner from a maul from a 5mtr lineout. Con missed. 0-5

·         7 mins. Immediate response from @TraleeRFC. A great try in the corner from Gavan Peevers. Missed Con. 5-5

·         10 min. Pen for @CastleislandRFC . 5-8

·         19 mins gone. TRY for @TraleeRFC by Fearall O’Nualain after a quick tap from Gavan Peevers. Miss Con. 10-11

·         37 mins. Pen for @TraleeRFC by Jack Quilter. 13-11

·         55 mins gone. TRY for @TraleeRFC by Kevin O’Shea after a great offload from Joe Quilter. Miss Con. 18-11

·         60 mins. BONUS TRY for @TraleeRFC from Jack Quilter. Miss Con. 23-11

·         70 mins. TRY for Conor O’Nualain under the posts to extends Tralee’s lead. Con by Jack Quilter. 30-11.

·         78 mins: TRY for Jamie Byrne after a good break by Sean Dowling. Miss Con. 35-11



Tralee ladies took on Ballincollig at Tanner Park today. First half scorers- Nuala O’ Connor, Vanessa Dineen and Riona Kennedy. (2 Conversions by Laoise O’ Driscoll)


Half time score

Tralee 19 Ballincollig 7

Second half

Try: Sinead O’Connor (converted by Laoise)

Anna Murphy (not converted)

Murine Wall (conversion by Laoise)


UNDER 16’s


The Listowel-Tralee U16s headed to Killarney on Saturday 2nd November to take on the home team in the Munster Clubs competition. Despite Met Eireann issuing yellow wind and rain warnings for Kerry, the weather gods took pity on us and the conditions for the game were nowhere near what was forecasted.

The teams were pretty evenly balanced with Listowel-Tralee using the wind to pin Killarney back in their half, and unlucky with a missed penalty to take the lead. Killarney struck first with strong running from their centres rewarding them with an unconverted try after 20 minutes. Listowel-Tralee picked themselves up, regrouped with a team effort of forwards and backs to score a converted try by Greg Fitzgerald. The mood in the visitor’s camp was good, having a 7-5 advantage at half-time.


Listowel-Tralee started well in the second half with a try from Edward O’Connor but the conversion was pulled wide. Killarney came back with a well worked try of their own to level the game going into the last ten minutes. A penalty by Killarney in front of the posts was converted and despite the best efforts, Listowel-Tralee were unable to come back at them, with the final score 15-12.  Credit to Killarney for having the pitch in great condition despite the recent amount of rainfall.

Our next game against Killorglin is scheduled for 17th November in O’Dowd Park, all support welcome.


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