Munster Boys winner John Murphy was named on the Irish team that will compete in the Boys Home Internationals next week. Murphy is one of two Munster players named on a strong side that features the winners of the Irish Boys, Leinster Boys and Munster Boys events. 252 more words
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This week in 1984 saw Wembley stage a match in the Home Internationals for the final time. Today we recall the demise and final series of the annual competition between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, as the curtain was pulled down on the tournament after a century. 2,215 more words
Ireland’s remarkable summer of amateur success shows no signs of running out of steam.
Victory in the Home Internationals at Royal Portrush earned Ireland back-to-back titles for the first time since 1992 and they did so without three of their more experienced players in Cormac Sharvin (Ardglass), Gary Hurley (West Waterford), and Paul Dunne (Greystones) who are in America, preparing for the US Amateur Championship. 486 more words
The Men’s event in the 2015 Home Internationals came to a dramatic conclusion on Monday with England denying the Republic of Ireland glory in Leeds. 203 more words