It’s the halfway point in the AIL 1B and it’s been an interesting season so far, with no one side managing to dominate.

Week 9, the last weekend before the mid season break, was no different, bringing another set of unpredictable results. 

Ballynahinch 11 – 7 Malone Ballymacarn Park
Banbridge 14 – 15 City of Armagh Rifle Park
Buccaneers 22 – 27 Ballymena Dubarry Park
Naas 8 – 10 Old Belvedere Forenaughts
Old Wesley 20 – 9 St Mary’s College Donnybrook

 

With the league taking a break until the 19th January 2019 we thought this would be an opportune time to have an indepth look at who’s doing what. Before we get into the detailed stats here’s a reminder of how the league looks going into the second half of the season. 

Team P W D L F A Diff TB LB Pt
St Mary’s College 9 5 0 4 214 192 22 4 1 25
City of Armagh 9 5 1 3 148 126 22 1 2 25
Malone 9 5 0 4 177 141 36 2 2 24
Ballynahinch 9 5 1 3 179 168 11 2 0 24
Naas 9 4 0 5 185 158 27 4 3 23
Old Wesley 9 5 1 3 162 170 -8 1 0 23
Banbridge 9 4 0 5 172 148 24 2 3 21
Old Belvedere 9 4 1 4 149 193 -44 2 1 21
Ballymena 9 4 0 5 153 210 -57 2 0 18
Buccaneers 9 2 0 7 196 229 -33 3 4 15

 

Home or Away. 

Looking at the results in terms of points picked up at home and away we get the following. (The percentages are calculated as a % of a maximum of 5 points per match) 

Team WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 WK5 WK6 WK7 WK8 WK9 PTS %
ALL
%
Home
%
Away
St Mary’s College HWB AL AL HWB ALB HWB AW HWB AL 25 56% 100% 20%
City of Armagh HLB AD HWB AL AW HW ALB HW AW 25 56% 70% 44%
Malone AW HW AL HWB AW HWB AL HLB ALB 24 53% 75% 36%
Ballynahinch AL HD AWB HWB AL HW AW AL HW 24 53% 75% 36%
Naas AWB HWB HLB AWB HWB AL HL ALB HLB 23 51% 48% 55%
Old Wesley AW HD AL HL AW HWB AL AW HW 23 51% 55% 48%
Banbridge ALB HW AW HWB HLB ALB HW AL HLB 21 47% 60% 30%
Old Belvedere HWB AD HL AL HWB ALB AL HW AW 21 47% 70% 28%
Ballymena HL AL HWB AL HL AL HWB HW AW 18 40% 56% 20%
Buccaneers HL AL HWB ALB HLB ALBB HW ALB HLB 15 33% 44% 20%

 

The comparison between the top two sides, St Mary’s College and City of Armagh, and how they got there is interesting. 

St Mary’s have an outstanding home record, picking up a maximum haul of five points from each home game but they have only picked up one win and a losing bonus point away from home. In fact, at 20%, the table toppers share the worst away points return with the bottom two clubs, Ballymena and Buccaneers. 

Armagh on the other hand have been steady at home and regularly picked up points away. They only failed to pick up some form of  match points in one game. They have the third best away form in the league and it’s this that has kept them marginally in front of fellow Ulster clubs Malone and Ballynahinch.

Of the other sides. Naas and Buccs stand out by having disappointing home records where they have picked up less than 50% of the available points. Nass have compensated somewhat by having the best return on the road at 55% and bottom club Buccaneers, despite winning only two games, have kept themselves in the hunt by picking up seven bonus points. 

With only ten points separating top from bottom, no team can be ruled out from promotion or relegation battles. In fact, if we look at the “current form” of the 10 teams over the last five rounds it’s the Co Kildare side Naas, who were top after five rounds, that find themselves joint bottom of the “form league” alongside early pace setters Banbridge! 

Team WK5 WK6 WK7 WK8 WK9 PTS WIN%
City of Armagh W W LB W W 17 68%
Old Wesley W WB L W W 17 68%
Old Belvedere WB LB L W W 14 56%
St Mary’s College L WB W WB L 14 56%
Ballymena L L WB W W 13 52%
Ballynahinch L W W L W 12 48%
Malone W WB L LB LB 11 44%
Buccaneers LB LBB W LB LB 9 36%
Banbridge LB LB W L LB 7 28%
Naas WB L L LB LB 7 28%

We’ll find out in the New Year if it was a case of Christmas coming too early for the likes of Armagh and Wesley but I’d say it hasn’t come soon enough for Banbridge and Naas who will welcome the time off to regroup. 

Leading Points Scorers. 

Do we get any clue from the individual points scorers as to who is going to pull any of the teams together enough to sustain a challenge for promotion?

Here’s the leading points scorers to date: – 

Leading Points Scorers
Player Club T C P DG Tot
Rory Stines Old Wesley 1 12 16 0 77
Peter Osborne Naas 3 16 9 0 74
Tim Small Ballymena 1 12 15 0 74
Luke Carty Buccaneers 0 18 11 0 69
Steve Crosbie Old Belvedere 1 13 11 0 64
Conor Dean St Mary’s College 1 12 10 0 59

 

While a solid kicker is increasingly important there is no real correlation between individual kicking performances and win percentages at this level. At the end of the day 60% of the points in this league are coming from tries and, while a kickers contribution may be crucial in individual matches, there is no one kicker driving their team consistently to glory. 

Leading Try Scorers

The leading try scorers, to date, are as follows.

Leading Try Scorers
Player Club TRIES
Peter Cromie Banbridge 6
Rhys O’Donnell Ballynahinch 5
Andrew Ellis Naas 5
Jack Keating Old Belvedere 5
Connor Smyth Ballymena 4
Darragh Corbett Buccaneers 4
Andrew Smyth City of Armagh 4
Fionn Higgins Naas 4
Penalty Try St Mary’s College 4

 

Again there looks to be no real correlation between individual try scoring feats and overall team performances. At the start of the season the likes of Peter Cromie (Banbridge) and Andrew Ellis (Naas) seemed to be driving their teams to the top of the table but that has been somewhat reversed of late. 

In short, and unsurprisingly, winning or losing comes down to team performances rather than relying on individuals so below, we have a look at the individual teams and what they need to do to push on to glory! 

ST MARY'S COLLEGE DETAILED STATS

ST MARY’S COLLEGE  

Longest winning run – 3 matches
Longest losing run – 2 matches
Points % Home – 100%
Points % Away – 20% 
Points % All – 56%

Team WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 WK5 WK6 WK7 WK8 WK9 PTS %W
St Mary’s College HWB AL AL HWB ALB HWB AW HWB AL 25 56%

 

Source of points.

St Mary’s College Total Per Match
Points scored 214 24
Tries 26 2.9
Conversions 21 (81%) 2.3
Penalties and Drop Goals 14 1.6
Points conceded 192 21


St Mary’s College sit top of the league courtesy of their home form and points scored.

The south Dublin side have turned Templeville Road into a fortress with bonus point wins in their four home games so far this season. These big home wins have contributed towards making St Mary’s the highest try scorers in the league and they also have the highest number of individual scorers. They are also maximising their return for thier efforts with a good try conversion rate of 81%

Despite their outstanding home form they have failed to pick up any match points in three away games and have the joint worst away form in the league. They are also in the top four of points conceded 

With five home games to come their aim will be to build on thier home form and look to pick up more points on the road. 

Scorers to date.

Player Club T C P DG Tot
Conor Dean St Mary’s College 1 12 10 0 59
Penalty Try St Mary’s College 4 4 0 0 28
Sean Kearns St Mary’s College 1 4 3 1 25
Miles Carey St Mary’s College 3 0 0 0 15
Cormac Foley St Mary’s College 2 0 0 0 10
Hugo Conway St Mary’s College 2 0 0 0 10
Mark Fogarty St Mary’s College 2 0 0 0 10
Richard Halpin St Mary’s College 2 0 0 0 10
Craig Kennedy St Mary’s College 1 0 0 0 5
Dave Fanagan St Mary’s College 1 0 0 0 5
David Aspil St Mary’s College 1 0 0 0 5
Liam Corcoran St Mary’s College 1 0 0 0 5
Liam Curran St Mary’s College 1 0 0 0 5
Marcus O’Driscoll St Mary’s College 1 0 0 0 5
Nick McCarthy St Mary’s College 1 0 0 0 5
Ronan Winters St Mary’s College 1 0 0 0 5
Tim McMahon St Mary’s College 1 0 0 0 5
Ruairi Shields St Mary’s College 0 1 0 0 2
Total 18 26 21 13 1 214
CITY OF ARMAGH DETAILED STATS

CITY OF ARMAGH

Longest winning run – 2 matches
Longest losing run – 1 match
Points % Home – 70%
Points % Away – 44%
Points % All – 56%

Team WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 WK5 WK6 WK7 WK8 WK9 PTS %W
City of Armagh HLB AD HWB AL AW HW ALB HW AW 25 56%


Source of points.

City of Armagh Total Per Match
Points scored 148 16
Tries 18 2.0
Conversions 13 (61%) 1.4
Penalties and Drop Goals 12 1.3
Points conceded 126 14

 

Armagh sit in second place in the league thanks to their solid defence, which has conceded the fewest number of points in the league. 

They are in the bottom three of the league for points scored, and finding the try line has been a problem given their usually high levels of territory and possession. Their conversion rate (61%) is the second worst in the league.

However, they are an incredibly hard working side and play for each other. They have only lost one game at home and have the second best away record in the league picking up eleven match points on the road. 

They will be very pleased with the start to their first season in AIL1B and if they can improve their attack and conversion rate, to add a few bonus points to those wins, they should be there or there about at the end of the season. 

Scorers to date

Player Club T C P DG Tot
Cormac Fox City of Armagh 0 9 8 0 42
Ryan Purvis City of Armagh 2 1 4 0 24
Andrew Smyth City of Armagh 4 0 0 0 20
Andrew Willis City of Armagh 3 0 0 0 15
Penalty Try City of Armagh 1 1 0 0 7
Chris Colvin City of Armagh 1 0 0 0 5
Gerard Treanor City of Armagh 1 0 0 0 5
Josh McKinley City of Armagh 1 0 0 0 5
Nigel Simpson City of Armagh 1 0 0 0 5
Peter Lamb City of Armagh 1 0 0 0 5
Peter Starrett City of Armagh 1 0 0 0 5
Robby Whitten City of Armagh 1 0 0 0 5
Tim McNiece City of Armagh 1 0 0 0 5
Totals 13 18 11 12 0 148
MALONE DETAILED STATS

MALONE

Longest winning run – 3 matches
Longest losing run – 3 matches
Points % Home – 75%
Points % Away – 36%
Points % All – 53%

Team WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 WK5 WK6 WK7 WK8 WK9 PTS %W
Malone AW HW AL HWB AW HWB AL HLB ALB 24 53%

 

Source of points.

Malone Total Per Match
Points scored 177 20
Tries 22 2.4
Conversions 14 (64%) 1.6
Penalties and Drop Goals 13 1.4
Points conceded 141 16

 

One of the teams that will be glad to see the Christmas break. After week six Malone had a 73% win rate, but that has dropped to 53% following three successive defeats. 

They are a team that are heavily influenced by Ulster releases and their form seems to swing dramatically. 

Having said that their home form has seen them pick up 75% of the available points and their away form is reasonable at 36% so it’s not major changes were talking about. They have the second best defensive record in the league and have the highest positive differential between points scored and conceded. 

An increase in their kicking percentage (currently 64%) might be enough to see them over the line in a few more matches. 

Scorers to date

Player Club T C P DG Tot
Rory Campbell Malone 2 9 7 0 49
Callum Smith Malone 1 1 4 0 19
Ben McCaughey Malone 3 0 0 0 15
Jack Milligan Malone 0 3 2 0 12
David Irvine Malone 2 0 0 0 10
David McMaster Malone 2 0 0 0 10
Josh Pentland Malone 2 0 0 0 10
Peter Cooper Malone 2 0 0 0 10
Penalty Try Malone 1 1 0 0 7
Adam McBurney Malone 1 0 0 0 5
Dan Kerr Malone 1 0 0 0 5
Matthew Agnew Malone 1 0 0 0 5
Matthew Hadden Malone 1 0 0 0 5
Michael Shields Malone 1 0 0 0 5
Nathan Brown Malone 1 0 0 0 5
Ryan Clarke Malone 1 0 0 0 5
Total 16 22 14 13 0 177
BALLYNAHINCH DETAILED STATS

BALLYNAHINCH

Longest winning run – 2 matches
Longest losing run – 1 match
Points % Home – 75%
Points % Away – 36%
Points % All – 53%

Team WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 WK5 WK6 WK7 WK8 WK9 PTS %W
Ballynahinch AL HD AWB HWB AL HW AW AL HW 24 53%

 

Source of points.

Ballynahinch Total Per Match
Points scored 179 20
Tries 22 2.4
Conversions 12 (55%) 1.3
Penalties and Drop Goals 15 1.7
Points conceded 168 19

 

On the face of it Ballynahinch have very similar headline stats to those of Malone but their swings have been more on a match by match basis rather than extended runs of wins or losses. 

They have struggled to pick up bonus points of any description, their try conversion rate appears to be a problem, being the worst in the league at 55%. They are scoring tries but not maximising their points which has left them short a few bonus points. 

As with Malone and Armagh,  Hinch need to look at their kicking percentage but perhaps with a bit more urgency!

Scorers to date.

Player Club T C P DG Tot
Hilton Gibbons Ballynahinch 0 8 4 0 28
Peter Nelson Ballynahinch 0 3 7 0 27
Rhys O’Donnell Ballynahinch 5 0 0 0 25
Richard Reaney Ballynahinch 3 1 1 0 20
James Simpson Ballynahinch 3 0 0 0 15
Aaron Cairns Ballynahinch 2 0 0 0 10
Campbell Classon Ballynahinch 2 0 0 0 10
Ross Adair Ballynahinch 2 0 0 0 10
Johnny McPhillips Ballynahinch 0 0 3 0 9
Bradley Luney Ballynahinch 1 0 0 0 5
Callum McLaughlin Ballynahinch 1 0 0 0 5
Conor Piper Ballynahinch 1 0 0 0 5
Rory Butler Ballynahinch 1 0 0 0 5
Zack McCall Ballynahinch 1 0 0 0 5
Totals 14 22 12 15 0 179
NAAS DETAILED STATS

NAAS

Longest winning run – 2 matches
Longest losing run – 4 matches
Points % Home – 48%
Points % Away – 55%
Points % All – 51%

Team WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 WK5 WK6 WK7 WK9 WK8 PTS %W
Naas AWB HWB HLB AWB HWB AL HL ALB HLB 23 51%

 

Source of points.

Naas Total Per Match
Points scored 185 21
Tries 24 2.7
Conversions 16 (67%) 1.8
Penalties and Drop Goals 11 1.2
Points conceded 159 18

 

Naas will probably feel that they have completed two seasons already such has been their switch in form. They had an 84% point pick up after Week 5 but now they are on the worst run of form in the league with four consecutive losses. 

They currently have the second worst home record in the league and are one of only two sides with a home points return less than 50%.  However, their away form is the best in the league and they’ve picked up 55% of the available points on the road.

Quite simply, they need to make Fournaughts a tougher place to visit. 

Scorers to date

Player Club T C P DG Tot
Peter Osborne Naas 3 16 9 0 74
Andrew Ellis Naas 5 0 0 0 25
Fionn Higgins Naas 4 0 0 0 20
Peter Hastie Naas 1 0 2 0 11
Johne Murphy Naas 2 0 0 0 10
Max Whittingham Naas 2 0 0 0 10
Andy Ellis Naas 1 0 0 0 5
Cathal Duff Naas 1 0 0 0 5
Fionn Carr Naas 1 0 0 0 5
Paul Monaghan Naas 1 0 0 0 5
Paulie Tolofua Naas 1 0 0 0 5
Pierce Dargan Naas 1 0 0 0 5
Richard Fahy Naas 1 0 0 0 5
Total 13 24 16 11 0 185
OLD WESLEY DETAILED STATS

OLD WESLEY

Longest winning run – 2 matches
Longest losing run – 2 matches
Points % Home – 55%
Points % Away – 48%
Points % All – 51%

Team WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 WK5 WK6 WK7 WK8 WK9 PTS %W
Old Wesley AW HD AL HL AW HWB AL AW HW 23 51%

 

Source of points.

Old Wesley Total Per Match
Points scored 162 18
Tries 17 1.9
Conversions 13 (76%) 1.4
Penalties and Drop Goals 17 1.9
Points conceded 170 19

 

Old Wesley just aren’t scoring enough points and they are conceding too many. Creating tries appears to be their issue, they have the second lowest try tally in the league and have the highest percentage of points (31%) coming from penalties. 

They are right to have faith in their kicker, Rory Stines, who is the leading scorer in the league but maybe they are relying on him too much as they are not picking up bonus points either in wins or defeats. Also, it has to be asked if a kicking game takes full advantage of their 4G pitch at Donnybrook. 

They are however on a good run going into the break, with four wins from their last five outings, equalling Armagh as the current form teams. However, they are not maximising home advantage and they need to find a style of play that better suits their pitch.  

Scorers to date

Player Club T C P DG Tot
Rory Stines Old Wesley 1 12 16 0 77
Tom Kiersey Old Wesley 3 1 1 0 20
Paul Harte Old Wesley 3 0 0 0 15
James O’Donovan Old Wesley 2 0 0 0 10
Tommy O’Callaghan Old Wesley 2 0 0 0 10
Cronan Gleeson Old Wesley 1 0 0 0 5
James Burton Old Wesley 1 0 0 0 5
JJ O’Dea Old Wesley 1 0 0 0 5
Lachlan Andrson Old Wesley 1 0 0 0 5
Mark Rowley Old Wesley 1 0 0 0 5
Paul Derham Old Wesley 1 0 0 0 5
Total 11 17 13 17 0 162
BANBRIDGE DETAILED STATS

BANBRIDGE

Longest winning run – 3 matches
Longest losing run – 2 matches
Points % Home – 60%
Points % Away – 30%
Points % All – 47%

Team WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 WK5 WK6 WK7 WK8 WK9 PTS %W
Banbridge ALB HW AW HWB HLB ALB HW AL HLB 21 47%

 

Source of points.

Banbridge Total Per Match
Points scored 172 19
Tries 22 2.4
Conversions 16 (73%) 1.8
Penalties and Drop Goals 10 1.1
Points conceded 148 16

 

A few narrow losses at home have turned Banbridge’s season from satisfactory to unsatisfactory. Like Malone they appear to have difficulties slotting in their Ulster players which seems to unsettle the team dynamic.  

Quite simply, their home form hasn’t been good enough and the narrowness of some of their defeats would point to their ability to close out matches not being what it should. 

There is nothing obvious, they are scoring tries and conceding less points than they are scoring and their try conversion rate is OK. However they will not be happy with a 60% points haul at Rifle Park and even less happy with a 30% points haul on the road.

Their stats are not the worst but given the quality of players available they would have been expecting better.  They need to find the concentration in the closing stages of games to put a few more W’s in the place of their losing bonus points. 

Scorers to date.

Player Club T C P DG Tot
Adam Doherty Banbridge 0 14 10 0 58
Peter Cromie Banbridge 6 0 0 0 30
Stevie Irvine Banbridge 3 0 0 0 15
Penalty Try Banbridge 2 2 0 0 14
Adam Ervine Banbridge 2 0 0 0 10
Andrew Morrison Banbridge 2 0 0 0 10
Conor Field Banbridge 2 0 0 0 10
Aaron Kennedy Banbridge 1 0 0 0 5
Caleb Montgomery Banbridge 1 0 0 0 5
Niall Armstrong Banbridge 1 0 0 0 5
Rob Lyttle Banbridge 1 0 0 0 5
Schalk vd Merwe Banbridge 1 0 0 0 5
Totals 12 22 16 10 0 172
OLD BELVEDERE DETAILED STATS

OLD BELVEDERE

Longest winning run – 2 matches
Longest losing run – 2 matches
Points % Home – 72%
Points % Away – 28%
Points % All – 47%

Team WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 WK5 WK6 WK7 WK8 WK9 PTS %W
Old Belvedere HWB AD HL AL HWB ALB AL HW AW 21 47%

 

Source of points.

Old Belvedere Total Per Match
Points scored 149 17
Tries 18 2.0
Conversions 13 (72%) 1.4
Penalties and Drop Goals 11 1.2
Points conceded 193 21

 

Old Belvedere are conceding too many points, particularly away from home. They finally picked up their first points outside the D4 area in Week 9 but until the they had been very disappointing on the road. 

Their tries scored total is to the lower end of the table as is the number of penalties they are converting and their high points against is eating away at their bonus points. However finding a few more points per game and, more importantly stopping a few being conceded could turn their season around very quickly. 

Scorers to date

Player Club T C P DG Tot
Steve Crosbie Old Belvedere 1 13 11 0 64
Jack Keating Old Belvedere 5 0 0 0 25
Jamie McAleese Old Belvedere 2 0 0 0 10
Martin Maloney Old Belvedere 2 0 0 0 10
Peter O’Beirne Old Belvedere 2 0 0 0 10
Tom Molony Old Belvedere 2 0 0 0 10
Ben Carty Old Belvedere 1 0 0 0 5
Eddie Rossiter Old Belvedere 1 0 0 0 5
Karl Miller Old Belvedere 1 0 0 0 5
Roman Solanoa Old Belvedere 1 0 0 0 5
Total 10 18 13 11 0 149
BALLYMENA DETAILED STATS

BALLYMENA

Longest winning run – 3 matches
Longest losing run – 3 matches
Points % Home – 56%
Points % Away – 20%
Points % All – 40%

Team WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 WK5 WK6 WK7 WK8 WK9 PTS %W
Ballymena HL AL HWB AL HL AL HWB HW AW 18 40%

 

Source of points.

Ballymena Total Per Match
Points scored 153 17
Tries 16 1.8
Conversions 14 (88%) 1.6
Penalties and Drop Goals 15 1.7
Points conceded 210 23

 

Ballymena are suffering from a very poor start to the season where they only picked up match points in one of their first six games. Since then they have had something of a revival, picking up three wins and a try bonus point. 

However they still have the lowest amount of tries scored, albeit with an excellent conversion rate of 88%, which leaves them with 29% of points coming from penalties, the second highest in the league.

In Tim Small they have an excellent kicker, they just need to be giving him a shot at more conversions rather than penalties! 

Scorers to date

Player Club T C P DG Tot
Tim Small Ballymena 1 12 15 0 74
Connor Smyth Ballymena 4 0 0 0 20
David Whann Ballymena 2 0 0 0 10
Michael Stronge Ballymena 2 0 0 0 10
Penalty Try Ballymena 1 1 0 0 7
Penalty Try Ballymena 1 1 0 0 7
Glenn Baillie Ballymena 1 0 0 0 5
JJ McKee Ballymena 1 0 0 0 5
John Andrew Ballymena 1 0 0 0 5
Jordan Foster Ballymena 1 0 0 0 5
Marcus Rea Ballymena 1 0 0 0 5
Total 11 16 14 15 0 153
BUCCANEERS DETAILED STATS

BUCCANEERS

Longest winning run – 1 match
Longest losing run – 3 matches
Points % Home – 44%
Points % Away – 20%
Points % All – 33%

Team WK1 WK2 WK3 WK4 WK5 WK6 WK7 WK8 WK9 PTS %W
Buccaneers HL AL HWB ALB HLB ALBB HW ALB HLB 15 33%

 

Source of points.

Buccaneers Total Per Match
Points scored 196 22
Tries 23 2.6
Conversions 21 (91%) 2.3
Penalties and Drop Goals 13 1.4
Points conceded 229 25

 

The Buccs team certainly know their way to the try line with the third highest number of tries scored in the league, add in their exceptional conversion rate of 91% and they are in second place in points scored with only St Mary’s scoring more. 

Unfortunately, their own try line seems to be slightly easier to find for their opponents as they have conceded the most points in the league by some margin! 

However, what appears to be a series of high scoring defeats has enabled Buccs to pick up the most bonus points so they are still in the race but, they really need to tighten up that defence and turn a few of those LB’s into W’s. 

Scorers to date

Player Club T C P DG Tot
Luke Carty Buccaneers 0 18 11 0 69
Darragh Corbett Buccaneers 4 0 0 0 20
Colm Reilly Buccaneers 3 1 0 0 17
Callum Boland Buccaneers 2 1 0 0 12
Eoin Griffin Buccaneers 2 0 0 0 10
Rory O’Connor Buccaneers 2 0 0 0 10
Shane Layden Buccaneers 2 0 0 0 10
Simon Meagher Buccaneers 2 0 0 0 10
Michael Hanley Buccaneers 0 1 2 0 8
Dean McMahon Buccaneers 1 0 0 0 5
Evan Galvin Buccaneers 1 0 0 0 5
Joe Maksymiw Buccaneers 1 0 0 0 5
Kieran Joyce Buccaneers 1 0 0 0 5
Rory Moloney Buccaneers 1 0 0 0 5
Thomas McGann Buccaneers 1 0 0 0 5
Totals 15 23 21 13 0 196
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