The Cork Admirals took a firm grip on top of the IAFL 1 South with a solid 36-14 win over the West Dublin Rhinos in sunny Dolphin RFC last Sunday. The two teams came into the game as the only remaining undefeated teams in the IAFL 1 Division so somebody's perfect record to date was about to get its first blemish.
The Admirals entered the game without linebacker Chris Allen; who was off on his honeymoon and leading running back Brian McCarthy who was recovering from a knock
With the season at just over the half way point the Admirals are 5-0 coming off a big 36-14 victory over the previously undefeated West Dublin Rhino's. However, the Cork Admirals are still recruiting for the 2016 season as we continue our push to make our 3rd consective league final appearance. We will be welcoming rookies to our practices this Sunday at 10:45. If you're 18 or older, and have an interest in joining one of the fastest growing sports in Ireland, come down to Do
The Cork Admirals travelled to Mullingar RFC on Sunday last to take on the Westmeath Minotaurs in an IAFL 1 clash. The wind and the rain from previous games were nowhere to be seen as both teams were treated to the baking sunshine of a hot Sunday afternoon. The Admirals entered the game on a rich run of form recording three solid wins to start the season while the Minotaurs had split two close games with the Waterford Wolves. Everything was to play for.
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Check out Irish TV's coverage of the Admirals 24 - 0 win over the South Kildare Soldiers in Carrigaline Rugby Club on Sunday April 3rd. In this episode of Cork County Matters you will see highlights of the game as well as interviews with Stuart Donaldson Cork Admiral Club President, Admiral Quarterback Stephen Hayes, Ken Farrell South Kildare Soldiers Coach and Soldier Quarterback Jordan Farrell. To view the episode you will need to click on the below link where you will then