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Leinster Novice and Masters Road Championships Gowran

Highlights:

Novice Women: Silver for Caolite Malone (KCH),  Club  Gold for KCH and Club silver for Gowran, County Gold for KCH;

Novice Men: Bronze for Tom O Keefe (KCH), club bronze for Gowran and county bronze for Kilkenny; 256 more words

Championship

Blues Talk TV - Episode 222

This week on Blues Talk we take a look forward to Leinster’s must-win Guinness Pro12 interpro against Ulster in the Kingspan Stadium, we preview Munster’s equally important fixture against Edinburgh in Cork and discuss the week’s events with the announcment of the southern province’s new Director of Rugby and the swathes of empty seats at the Oligarch’s Cup semi-finals

Ireland

Blues Talk TV - Episode 221

This week on Blues Talk, we take a look back at Leinster’s bonus point Pro12 win over Edinburgh in the RDS and discuss Connacht’s win against Munster in Galway.

Ireland

Private Martin Byrne

7th Battalion Leinster Regiment,

Killed in Action, 31st August 1916,

From Monasterevan, Co Kildare,

Aged 19

Private Martin Byrne, Son of Mrs Sarah Byrne, of Drogheda Row, Monasterevan, Kildare and of the 7th Battalion Leinster Regiment, 16th Irish Division, 47th Brigade, was killed in action on the 31st August 1916 at the battle of the Somme, he was just 19 years of age. 199 more words

Irish

We need to talk about: McFadden v Hoyland

After a patchy game at the RDS on Friday night (dull 1st half, entertaining if error-strewn 2nd half) there really has only been one talking point – Fergus McFadden’s challenge on Damien Hoyland in the 78th minute. 1,917 more words

2015/16 Season

Connacht finally offer hangover cure

It has been the worst hangover in history. For almost six months now, nothing could shift it. Not the hair of the dog, not going off the stuff for a while, not even a good fry. 1,145 more words

Sport

Sergeant Andrew Parsons

2nd Battalion, Leinster Regiment,

Died of Wounds, 28th June 1916,

From Cashel, Co. Tipperary,

Aged 21

Andrew was born in May 1895 in St. Mary’s, near the Rock of Cashel, to John and Bridget Parsons. 504 more words

Irish