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Ulster Rugby Regional North East 3rd October 2020
Scorers: Wilson(1*Try), Feathers(1*Try), McCullagh(1*Try), Andrews(1*Try), Nelson(1*Try), MulHolland(1*Try), Pollock(4*Conv)

 

Rainey III, after taking some time to settle, improved as the game progressed to run out easy 38-10 over Coleraine at Hatrick Park in Regional League North East.  The Lodge Road men were well in the game until the final quarter, but made too many handling mistakes as they ran out of steam.

Regional West 26th October 2019
Scorers: Molloy(2*Try), Friel(2*Try), McSwiggan(1*Try), McNabb(1*Try), Pollock(1*Try, 4*Conv), McAfee(1*Try), McGlone(1*Try)
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Rainey III travelled to Strabane on Saturday keen to maintain their momentum after two bonus point victories over Ballyshannon and Derry, as they build towards the first round of the McCambley Cup in December. The objective was secured after 18 minutes when McNabb touched down for Raineys fourth try, to add to previous tries scored by Molloy, Friel and McSwiggan. Both Molloy and Friel would add a further try each to their tallies for the afternoon, along with scores for Pollock, McAfee and McGlone. Strabane got into their rhythm in the second half, making it a much tighter game than the scoreline suggests, but the Rainey defensive line held strong throughout to keep the Tyrone side at bay. Pollock kicked 4 conversions to leave the final score 53-0 to the visitors.

Regional West 19th September 2019

Scorers: Gordon(1*Try), McGuckin(1*Try), McNabb(2*Try), McAfee(1*Try), Pollock(2*Conv)

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After ending last season with ten straight bonus point wins, Rainey III are carrying on where they left off.  They welcomed joint-captain Rory Flanigan back from his jaunt to Japan for their first home game of the campaign and, after taking some time to settle, came good eventually to beat City of Derry III by 29-14.

McCambley Cup 22nd December 2018
 

Rainey OB III moved into the last eight of the McCambley Cup with a fine 29-17 victory over Ballynahinch VII at Ballymacarn Park.  The Evergreens used their experience to make themselves competitive for a long time, but a young, improving Rainey side took over in the last quarter as their fitness began to tell.  Scrum-half McNabb's alertness brought him two tries with centre Friel also grabbing a brace and kicking two conversions.  Team captain Phelim Trainor has been working in England, but was pleased to be home to play in this game.