The Ireland and England Legends return to the Twickenham Stoop on Friday (kick-off 7.45pm) for their annual encounter to raise funds for charities supporting injured players, including the IRFU Charitable Trust.
The annual Charitable Trust Ball takes place on the eve of the Ireland v Wales RBS 6 Nations clash. Why not join us for a wonderful evening of entertainment with special guests Conor O'Shea and Eric Elwood.
On Friday, November 15 the IRFU Charitable Trust hosted a lunch kindly sponsored by Aon at the Clyde Court Hotel, Lansdowne Road. The lunch raises much needed funds for the IRFU Charitable Trust which supports seriously injured players.
Following the hugely successful England Legends win over the Australia Legends back in October, the Twickenham Stoop will host the 2014 England Legends v Ireland Legends clash in the return leg for the Stuart Mangan Memorial Cup on Friday 21st February 7.45 k.o.
Friends of Johnny O'Connor are putting on a special retirement celebration for the former Connacht and Ireland flanker in Galway on Friday, June 7, with money raised from a raffle on the night going to the IRFU Charitable Trust.
Time to dust off the boots and settle a few old scores as Shane Byrne and Girvan Dempsey launch the Ireland Legends v England Legends charity match. Tickets for the February clash at Donnybrook are on sale now from www.Ticketmaster.ie.
Tickets are on sale now for the Ireland Legends v England legends game at Donnybrook in February. Shane Byrne, Malcolm O'Kelly and Girvan Dempsey were at the Aviva Stadium today to launch the game and unveil some big names for the clash in aid of seriously injured players.
Eating the right food is only one part of nutrition for young players. Hydration is a key element. How much? How often? Check out our #Eat2Compete guide to hydration and download the factsheets from www.irishrugby.ie/eat2compete.
Following an extensive consultation with clubs on the future development of the All-Ireland League - the existing four divisions will be remodelled into five divisions of 10 clubs each at the end of the 2014/15 Ulster Bank League season.
The Ireland Under-18 Girls squad came away from last weekend's inaugural FIRA/AER Under-18 European Sevens Championship as Plate winners (fifth place overall). They won four of their six games in Enkoping, Sweden.
Ireland ran in 11 tries in all on Sunday as they overcame Italy and Portugal on the way to winning the Plate title at the inaugural FIRA/AER Under-18 European Girls Sevens Championship in Enkoping, Sweden.