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09/11/2018
Trailing entering the final ten minutes, Naas with two...
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After suffering their first defeat of the campaign at the...
20/10/2018
When Naas ran out to face Banbridge on Saturday they knew...
13/10/2018
Having defeated Buccaneers, Naas continued their All Ireland...
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Naas began their Division 1B All Ireland League campaign...

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Old Wesley 23 – Naas 31

Friday 09th November, 2018


Trailing entering the final ten minutes, Naas with two late tries secured a memorable victory over Old Wesley at Donnybrook last Friday night, gaining a priceless try bonus point, and going four clear at the top of Division 1B of the All Ireland League. Not surprisingly the hosts were stunned by this sensational finish, but left the Naas supporters in...

Naas 27 – Ballynahinch 14

Saturday 03rd November, 2018


After suffering their first defeat of the campaign at the hands of Banbridge a fortnight ago, Naas resumed their All Ireland League campaign when hosting another Ulster side Ballynahinch last Saturday afternoon. However they suffered a setback even before a ball was kicked when influential back rower Ryan Casey was forced to withdraw from the side due to...

Naas 16 – Banbridge 20

Saturday 20th October, 2018


When Naas ran out to face Banbridge on Saturday they knew they were facing their toughest test to date this season, as to keep their unbeaten record intact they would have to defeat a side packed with no less than eight Ulster Academy players. What transpired was a top class encounter between two fine sides with the result in the balance right up to the final...

Naas 28 – Ballymena 3

Saturday 13th October, 2018


Having defeated Buccaneers, Naas continued their All Ireland League campaign when they entertained Ballymena last Saturday, and after a slow start a dominate second half performance saw them run out emphatic winners.This game was played in dreadful conditions, with persistant rain hindering the players. To their credit they did not let affect them and...

Buccaneers 13 – Naas 36

Saturday 06th October, 2018


Naas began their Division 1B All Ireland League campaign last Saturday, and they could not have asked for a more difficult assignment to start. For their first fixture they had to travel to Dubarry Park, Athlone to face Buccaneers who last season played in the upper echolons of Division 1A and favourites to win this league. What transpired was a brilliant...

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