During the 1993-1994 season Athlone RFC and Ballinasloe RFC tested the amalgamation waters by playing as a joint team in Division Three of the All-Ireland League under the cumbersome title of Athlone/Ballinasloe RFC. The following year the relationship was consolidated and formalised and the title Buccaneers R.F.C. came into being. Read more about the Club History »
Published:3 days ago
Some safety concerns have prompted Buccaneers RFC to implement, with immediate effect, a new ONE WAY TRAFFIC SYSTEM in the club's Car Park.
Cars should now proceed carefully to the left having entered the Car Park (down the east side of the clubhouse) where the new SET DOWN / PICK UP... Read More »
Published:12 days ago
The Connacht Senior squad will undertake an Open Training Session in Dubarry Park, Athlone, on this Friday morning November 14th from 10 a.m. until 12.30 p.m. TG4 cameras will be there... Read More »
Published:18 days ago
Buccaneers U-20s are holding a Social night in THE BOUNTY on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14th beginning at 8 p.m. Food, music and banter (Plus maybe a surprise or two!). Tickets €20 are now on sale at The Bounty or from Jude Lennon, Pat Hynes or Derek Lackey. Enjoyable night assured and... Read More »
Published:5 days ago
BUCCANEERS YELLOWS 10 BUCCANEERS BLACKS 10
Round 3 of the Connacht U-15 League First Division witnessed a unique match hosted under floodlights on the main pitch at Dubarry Park in all its glory in front of a crowd that rivalled AIL attendance. The occasion was historic for the club... Read More »
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