Excellent game on International Womens day NEwry v Cavan CLICK HERE for more!
Disciplined and clinical the tackle count was high against league leaders BHSFP and so was the attacking ball carrying of Monaghan in a hard fought game, Richard Carleton comments on a superb performance by them.
Scotland prop Alasdair Dickinson does not believe the grass will be greener for international rugby if more Tests are played on artificial surfaces. The Dark Blues will face Tonga at Kilmarnock’s Rugby Park on Saturday in the first ever full international to be played on a plastic pitch. Dickinson has no problem using the £500,000 […]
Ulster Rugby’s Ravenhill will stage a GAA match for the first time in 90 years. Photograph: Dan Sheridan / Inpho Ulster Rugby and Ulster GAA will come together to stage the first major Gaelic Football match to be played at Ravenhill Road. The historic match will be in aid of Motor Neurone Disease (MND). It […]
Academy 3XV v Civil Service 2XV 20th Sept 2014 On a glorious summers day at Roughfort, Academy 3 XV strengthened by a several players making their first outings of the season and with a few faces new to rugby met with Civil Service 2 XV . The opening exchanges saw academy trying to play a […]
The Grosvenor girls went into scoring arrears early in the game. Momentarily their heads went down and the glimpsed perhaps for the first time in their season the possibility of defeat! That was the reality of their position. Well you could almost see that in the same split second they calmed themselves, reformed their offensive […]
An excellent article is on the Clogher Valley RFC website charting their connections with Ulster Ravens player Chris Farrell “Chris Farrell- Young star making his mark With thanks for the article to Ulster Rugby. In the match Chris was given an 8 out of 10 score by the News Letter…………..For The Full Article CLICK HERE
Champagne rugby, lots of fights, one or two players a little worse for wear later that night waxing lyrical about the best try they ever scored, or someone once said they could have played for Ireland, massive respect though to the hardy souls taking to the field once again although in many cases they never […]
As the England rugby team warms up for its next World Cup fixture, pupils from a Derbyshire school have tackled their own international competition. Mount St Mary’s College welcomed a talented team from South America for the triangular tournament played in the school grounds. Chilean side St John Conception, currently on a tour of England […]