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Director Message

Following on from last season the U20 Management Team are delighted to retain a strong core group from the previous year. With that extra experience and a fresh group of targeted recruits the Under-20s expect to kick on to another level this year.

With that in mind we have created several new voluntary roles for the players.

Our Senior Shadow Role is headed up by our Defence and Set Piece Coach Jock Toland, a previous club captain.

This requires individual Under-20s players to link up with a Senior player who plays in the same position. They train every second Tuesday together during senior training with the Under-20 player exposed to individual positional training while also linking in with their future peers.

Our Goal Setting and Mindset Role is headed up by our Transitional Coach Dave Conneran (another former club captain) and Manager Richie Coyle. This requires players to list out three skill set goals and physical goals that are assessed every five weeks to ensure they are achieving their targets.

Finally, after identifying several issues from last season the team has created a six player leadership group which has taken ownership of the team and direction.

This is ably lead by Conor Casey, Niall Stapleton, Conor Sheridan, Conor Morris, Cian Murphy and Enda Dowling.

It promises to be an exciting season and hopefully a successful one……

Training is in full flow with all senior teams and new players are welcome to train on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

Gary Rowan

Director of Rugby


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