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PostPosted: Sat Jun 15, 2019 11:26 am 
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I remember that he was Scottish qualified. Didn't know he played 7s for them. Never knew the guy myself.

He's one of the stalwarts of their 7s team.


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I remember that he was Scottish qualified. Didn't know he played 7s for them. Never knew the guy myself.

He's one of the stalwarts of their 7s team.

Shows how much I follow 7s!


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:33 am 
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Tom Hayes in as senior coach at Bohs


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 12:58 pm 
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I heard the manner of Tom Hayes and David O’Donovan getting the boot from Shanning was fairly harsh

Player movement rumors starting to pipe up now


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 3:42 pm 
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THE IRFU HAS signed a five-year sponsorship deal with Energia, the electricity and gas supply company, to become title sponsors of both the men’s and women’s All-Ireland Leagues.

Today’s announcement is a major boost for the domestic game here after Ulster Bank ended its nine-year association with the AIL last summer, leaving both competitions without a sponsor for the 2018/19 campaign.

The partnership with Energia will also include title sponsorships of the Club International Competition, Bateman Cup and All-Ireland Junior Cup.

“We are delighted to welcome Energia on board as the title sponsors of our premier club competitions and official energy partner,” IRFU president Ian McIlrath commented.


“Energia are a dynamic company with a lot to offer to Irish Rugby and we look forward to working with them over the years to come in what is a very exciting addition to our club game.”

Through the sponsorship of the club game, Energia — who have supported Leinster for a number of years, before acquiring the stadium naming rights for Donnybrook last year — continue their investment in Irish rugby.

“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the IRFU as official energy partner of Irish Rugby and title sponsor of the All-Ireland League,” the company’s managing director, Gary Ryan, added.

“It is a very exciting time to be involved with Irish Rugby as they prepare to take on the world in Japan this autumn and we’re delighted to sponsor Irish Rugby from grassroots to the national team. We have an exciting journey ahead of us and we look forward to working closely with Irish Rugby to deliver future success.”



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 3:56 pm 
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Great news. :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 3:57 pm 
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THE IRFU HAS signed a five-year sponsorship deal with Energia, the electricity and gas supply company, to become title sponsors of both the men’s and women’s All-Ireland Leagues.

Today’s announcement is a major boost for the domestic game here after Ulster Bank ended its nine-year association with the AIL last summer, leaving both competitions without a sponsor for the 2018/19 campaign.

The partnership with Energia will also include title sponsorships of the Club International Competition, Bateman Cup and All-Ireland Junior Cup.

“We are delighted to welcome Energia on board as the title sponsors of our premier club competitions and official energy partner,” IRFU president Ian McIlrath commented.


“Energia are a dynamic company with a lot to offer to Irish Rugby and we look forward to working with them over the years to come in what is a very exciting addition to our club game.”

Through the sponsorship of the club game, Energia — who have supported Leinster for a number of years, before acquiring the stadium naming rights for Donnybrook last year — continue their investment in Irish rugby.

“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the IRFU as official energy partner of Irish Rugby and title sponsor of the All-Ireland League,” the company’s managing director, Gary Ryan, added.

“It is a very exciting time to be involved with Irish Rugby as they prepare to take on the world in Japan this autumn and we’re delighted to sponsor Irish Rugby from grassroots to the national team. We have an exciting journey ahead of us and we look forward to working closely with Irish Rugby to deliver future success.”




That's great news. I'd love to see Eir pick up the rights to the AIL, show a game every couple of weeks, the playoffs and finals and have a weekly hour long highlights programme each week.


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THE IRFU HAS signed a five-year sponsorship deal with Energia, the electricity and gas supply company, to become title sponsors of both the men’s and women’s All-Ireland Leagues.

Today’s announcement is a major boost for the domestic game here after Ulster Bank ended its nine-year association with the AIL last summer, leaving both competitions without a sponsor for the 2018/19 campaign.

The partnership with Energia will also include title sponsorships of the Club International Competition, Bateman Cup and All-Ireland Junior Cup.

“We are delighted to welcome Energia on board as the title sponsors of our premier club competitions and official energy partner,” IRFU president Ian McIlrath commented.


“Energia are a dynamic company with a lot to offer to Irish Rugby and we look forward to working with them over the years to come in what is a very exciting addition to our club game.”

Through the sponsorship of the club game, Energia — who have supported Leinster for a number of years, before acquiring the stadium naming rights for Donnybrook last year — continue their investment in Irish rugby.

“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the IRFU as official energy partner of Irish Rugby and title sponsor of the All-Ireland League,” the company’s managing director, Gary Ryan, added.

“It is a very exciting time to be involved with Irish Rugby as they prepare to take on the world in Japan this autumn and we’re delighted to sponsor Irish Rugby from grassroots to the national team. We have an exciting journey ahead of us and we look forward to working closely with Irish Rugby to deliver future success.”




That's great news. I'd love to see Eir pick up the rights to the AIL, show a game every couple of weeks, the playoffs and finals and have a weekly hour long highlights programme each week.

Would be the dream - even a monthly show or something.

Would do great work to highlight the game.


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Real rugger

Down in Ennis Sunday Bman.

Few pints in Dan O'Connells


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 4:22 pm 
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Real rugger

Down in Ennis Sunday Bman.

Few pints in Dan O'Connells

Dan is a nice spot to sink pints. Brogans, Lucas' Ciarans or the Diamond are better again.

Ciaran's strikes me as a Mullet sort of bar.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 26, 2019 10:28 pm 
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The sponsorship deal was due to be announced earlier in the year but got delayed a few times.


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Rumoured transfers doing the rounds, unsure on validity;

John McKee & Tim Murphy to UCD
Aaron Conneely to Wanderers
Edward Weaver to Lansdowne
Jack Aungier to Tarf


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More clubs than Tiger Woods for Aungier.

Wanderers are absolute pony - significant step back for Conneely.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 9:59 am 
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Mullet 2 wrote:
Real rugger

Down in Ennis Sunday Bman.

Few pints in Dan O'Connells

How did the pints go boss?


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Creamy


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Plus Raglan Road went down a treat


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Plus Raglan Road went down a treat

A culchie in disguise is all you are. Where did you stay?


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Woodstock Hotel

And no culchie can sing Raglan


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Woodstock Hotel

And no culchie can sing Raglan


Cultural appropriation by the Dubs.


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Mullet 2 wrote:
Real rugger

Down in Ennis Sunday Bman.

Few pints in Dan O'Connells

Taylor's pub is very good.


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Awful sorry to hear about that Malahide lad Mullet.

The Go Fund Me link just popped into the Barnhall Players chat what's app.


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Heroes. :thumbup:


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Fixtures out in the next few days.


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Marcus Hannan has joined Belvo. Young lad from Clane who played with NK.


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Marcus Hannan has joined Belvo. Young lad from Clane who played with NK.

I know, only u19 too. Belvo gone nuclear with spending cash this season.


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Took one of our coaches too.

And the lad who records the games :lol:


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Took one of our coaches too.

And the lad who records the games :lol:

:lol:

No video analysis like a malahide video analysis.


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Marcus Hannan has joined Belvo. Young lad from Clane who played with NK.

I know, only u19 too. Belvo gone nuclear with spending cash this season.


A big Kildare club must have lots of cash too.


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Liathroidigloine wrote:
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Marcus Hannan has joined Belvo. Young lad from Clane who played with NK.

I know, only u19 too. Belvo gone nuclear with spending cash this season.


A big Kildare club must have lots of cash too.

Not like that we don't far from it.... sure we are just milking the uni dry to keep our poor heads above water.

In all seriousness, the club has been really well run financially for years. Long time director of rugby, and last years President, was the FC at Rye Valley Foods for years and current treasurer is very very capable.


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Banana Man wrote:
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Marcus Hannan has joined Belvo. Young lad from Clane who played with NK.

I know, only u19 too. Belvo gone nuclear with spending cash this season.


A big Kildare club must have lots of cash too.

Not like that we don't far from it.... sure we are just milking the uni dry to keep our poor heads above water.


Are you sure it's not Kerry you're from?


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Liathroidigloine wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:
Marcus Hannan has joined Belvo. Young lad from Clane who played with NK.

I know, only u19 too. Belvo gone nuclear with spending cash this season.


A big Kildare club must have lots of cash too.

Not like that we don't far from it.... sure we are just milking the uni dry to keep our poor heads above water.


Are you sure it's not Kerry you're from?

Yerra


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https://www.irishrugby.ie/all-ireland-l ... s-results/

Fixtures out today actually!


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Banana Man wrote:
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Banana Man wrote:
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Marcus Hannan has joined Belvo. Young lad from Clane who played with NK.

I know, only u19 too. Belvo gone nuclear with spending cash this season.


A big Kildare club must have lots of cash too.

Not like that we don't far from it.... sure we are just milking the uni dry to keep our poor heads above water.

In all seriousness, the club has been really well run financially for years. Long time director of rugby, and last years President, was the FC at Rye Valley Foods for years and current treasurer is very very capable.


I wasn't talking about ye!


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Pre Season starts today and it's about 25 degrees. The fat lads will suffer.


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Liathroidigloine wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:
Marcus Hannan has joined Belvo. Young lad from Clane who played with NK.

I know, only u19 too. Belvo gone nuclear with spending cash this season.


A big Kildare club must have lots of cash too.

Not like that we don't far from it.... sure we are just milking the uni dry to keep our poor heads above water.

In all seriousness, the club has been really well run financially for years. Long time director of rugby, and last years President, was the FC at Rye Valley Foods for years and current treasurer is very very capable.


I wasn't talking about ye!

OOPS....


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Pre Season starts today and it's about 25 degrees. The fat lads will suffer.

Perfect time of the year for sleeveless tops. Sunny and doing conditioning work. :thumbup:


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Liathroidigloine wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:
Marcus Hannan has joined Belvo. Young lad from Clane who played with NK.

I know, only u19 too. Belvo gone nuclear with spending cash this season.


A big Kildare club must have lots of cash too.

Not like that we don't far from it.... sure we are just milking the uni dry to keep our poor heads above water.

In all seriousness, the club has been really well run financially for years. Long time director of rugby, and last years President, was the FC at Rye Valley Foods for years and current treasurer is very very capable.


I wasn't talking about ye!


Ahem. We don't either!

Well run, not in debt, but we don't exactly have the bucks to be competing with the big lads - or the ability to offer CAO points to entice lads (like some of the smaller boys ;))


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60 of the finest points for the lads!

Lansdowne after signing Mark Flanagan (ex Leinster/Munster)


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Former Leimster back should be joining the Parish shortly


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How former? Magic Mick?


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