Queens University Rugby Club I XV 46 v Terenure College Rugby Club I XV 13: Bonus Point Win! Tries On Vid + Interview With coach Paddy Armstrong & Captain Karayiannis

To a man, utterly superb open lightning paced rugby in attack and defence. One phrase sums it up ~ “The Basics”, ruck, pass, off load, line break, line break, line break, organised defence, commitment, hold the line, feed in, feed out. The basics laid the platform and the massive bursts of creative play, practising the […]

Rainey Old Boys Rugby Club: I XV SINK DUBLINERS WITH LATE BLAST! Bonus Point Win!! + Pictures v Sunday’s Well

The towering grandstands of the Aviva Stadium provided a spectacular backdrop as RaineyOld Boys ran in two late tries to beat Wanderers 30-8 and come away with a hard-earned bonus point which looked unlikely. The bottom club contested well throughout and proved to be a tough nut to crack.Rainey,understandably,took some time to adapt to the […]

Malone Rugby Club Notes: I XV Bonus Point v City Of Armagh Rugby Club I XV: II XV 16 v Armagh II XV 28 & Malone I XV Win Against Instonians Rugby Club I XV

Malone secured a bonus win against Armagh running out winners by 37-23. This was a great game of rugby played on an excellent pitch with glorious sunny weather, both sides played excellent expansive rugby but it was the homeside who ran out eventually winners. Armagh made Malone work tirlessly for the whole game and when […]

Ballynahinch Rugby Continue Senior League With A Second Bonus Point Win: David Workman reports from Ballymacarn Park & II XV start with a 50-nil victory

Ballynahinch 31pts Rainey Old Boys 10pts For the second week in a row a young and relatively inexperienced Ballynahinch team came from behind to secure a bounus point victory over the Rainey Old Boys. Hinch started slowly and perhaps the exertions of Tuesday nights match against Ulster U20 XV had taken its toll as they […]

David Workman Reports From The Dub: Scrappy Hinch Claim Bonus Point Victory: Queens University Rugby Club I XV 21 v Ballynahinch Rugby Club I XV 27

The Ulster Senior League got underway on Saturday with the Hinch travelling to the Dub in Belfast with only four regulars in their starting line-up. The Hinch side made a poor start, Queens enjoying most of the possession and converting two penalty goals through the boot of David Kenny for an early 6-point lead. In […]