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Cork Con and Blackrock stars land the top gongs as AIL award winners announced
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Cork Con and Blackrock stars land the top gongs as AIL award winners announced

May 9th 2020, 10:17 AM 6,960 Views 2 Comments

Brian Hayes and Hannah O’Connor took the Player of the Year awards.

'You have grown men telling you they’ll have a tear in the eye when you’re coming on out on the pitch'
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'You have grown men telling you they’ll have a tear in the eye when you’re coming on out on the pitch'

Feb 28th 2019, 7:30 AM 7,433 Views 0 Comments

Down’s Clonduff will contest this year’s All-Ireland intermediate club final on Sunday.

'They never changed' - the midlands boys with Six Nations dreams who stay true to their roots
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'They never changed' - the midlands boys with Six Nations dreams who stay true to their roots

Jan 27th 2019, 8:08 AM 32,835 Views 32 Comments

Robbie Henshaw and Jack Carty developed their rugby skills at the Buccaneers rugby club and Marist College in Athlone.

'We still pinch ourselves and ask if it's real. It's a great lift for every small club in the country'
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'We still pinch ourselves and ask if it's real. It's a great lift for every small club in the country'

Dec 28th 2018, 9:30 PM 12,339 Views 3 Comments

Mullianalghta chairman John Keegan speaks to The42 about a fairytale season for the new Leinster champions from Longford.

Clontarf look for second title in Ulster Bank League final against Cork Con
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Clontarf look for second title in Ulster Bank League final against Cork Con

May 7th 2016, 7:00 AM 5,066 Views 4 Comments

Andy Wood’s men are back in the final against Brian Hickey’s side.