Creggs play the semi-final of the Connacht Junior Cup away to Sligo this Sunday at 2.30 pm. The club wishes them continued success as they attempt to reach a Connacht Junior Cup Final.
The team is also top of the Connacht J1 League with one game to play on March 18th away to Corrib RFC in Headford, Co. Galway.
With the final of the Curley Cup also to come, Creggs are on the verge of a very successful season.
The key Connacht JQ1 League fixtures remaining are: Tuam v Castlebar this Sunday, Corrib v Creggs on the 18th and Ballinrobe v Castlebar on the 25th.
Creggs seconds have no competitive fixture this weekend but have secured a home Connacht J2 League semi-final against the winners of Galwegians and Tuam. They also play Loughrea in the Ard Na Cregg Cup Quarter-Final.
There are five Creggs Youth teams in action in big games this weekend.
The U-18s travel to Westport in the Connacht Cup with a 12 pm kick-off on Sunday (11th).
The Creggs U-17s also play Westport RFC in the Connacht U-17 Plate with day and time to be confirmed.
Creggs U-15s travel to Sligo in the Quarter-Final of the Connacht Cup next Sunday at 12 Noon to play in Cleveragh.
The U-14s travel to Corinthians in Galway on Sunday in the Connacht U-14 Cup with a 4.15 pm kick-off.
Finally, the Creggs U-13s play a league game against Claremorris RFC on Friday night in Creggs at 7 pm. Please remember that for U-12s to be eligible to play with the U-13s, they must train and play with the U-12s on Saturday mornings as their primary team.
The Creggs U-11 Mini Rugby players will play in the Connacht Blitz in Monivea on Saturday morning with a 10 am kick-off.
The U-7s, U-8s, U-9s, U-10s and U-12s train in Creggs at 11 am. New players are always welcome.