Armagh’s assistant coach Seamus Mallon is congratulated by the supporters after the game Armagh supporters celebrate with the winning team Mani Eden sets John Faloon off on his way to score Armagh’s first try (after only two minutes into the game)
The referee Nigel Owens, right, is drenched as the heavens open during England’s defeat against New Zealand. Photograph: Hugh Routledge/Rex The Rugby Football Union has issued two-year Twickenham bans to two men accused of directing homophobic abuse at the referee Nigel Owens, the governing body has announced. The RFU launched an investigation into allegations of […]
The air is becoming a little thin on rugby’s moral high ground. First the Welsh decide to heckle their own kicker, then Twickenham Man decides to drown out the New Zealand haka with his tuneless rendering of ‘Swing Low, Sweet Chariot’ – an Oklahoma slave anthem that has about as much as in common with […]
The club would like to say a big thank you to all the walkers today, we have raised over €5000! As well as that we would like to thank all the volunteers and stewards who helped make the event so successful. Big shout out to Pure Coffee Co for providing everyone with a hot cup […]
Its ready its available now CLICK HERE for more ends ——————————— !! ——————————— INTOUCH RUGBY PRO MO NEWS We are introducing a new style for 2014/2015 should this be successful we will roll out for the 014/15 season. Two vids playlist below big shout out to skrillex and Sexion_D’Assaut_ keepin it real and the crew […]
Cardiff Calling as Heineken Cup hits 15 million milestone. Following a tournament high total attendance of 921,196 for the pool stage, the Heineken Cup is set to celebrate another attendance milestone on Sunday when the competition’s 15 millionth supporter will be part of the capacity crowd at the Stade Felix Mayol in Toulon. This weekend’s […]
“Congratulations to Quins player Angelo Marcia on his @UlsterRugbySP bursary award of £2000 @UlsterRugby” Quote is from his club Belfast Harlequins and Angelo formerly played at Belfast Royal Academy school.
The increased numbers at rugby clubs across Ulster is continuing unabated but clubs are urging supporters to achieve entry to the club through the entrance and where appropriate please pay the entrance fee which is usually anywhere from £3 to £5. These funds are vital for the clubs growth and all the clubs have big […]
There are those who seek to see our province fail! But the Ulster Rugby Spartas are sending a very clear message to those who should listen. When you disresepect our province and take for granted the people then you disrespect us.
Big it up for the supporters, they know the game, the pressures the guys are under and RBAI were inspirational, supporters comments below [youtube 7sZQhyY4lmU]