All the Senior rugby results and scorers from the weekend just past
Celtic League:Llanelli Scarlets 37 (Tries: Selley, Watkins, A. Thomas, Taylor, Evans. Cons: I. Thomas 2, Evans. Pens: I. Thomas, Evans) Edinburgh 16 (Tries: Southwell. Cons: Paterson. Pens: Paterson 3) Ulster 24 (Tries: Cunningham, Maggs, Feather. Cons: Humphreys 3. Pens:Humphreys) Neath-Swansea Ospreys 37 (Tries: S. Williams, Bishop, Tiueti, Parker. Cons: Henson 4. Pens: Henson 2. Drop Goals: Henson) Leinster Senior Cup:Section A:Blackrock College 17 (A. Pinto 2 tries, R. McCormick try, C. Kilroy con) Bective Rangers 20 (K. Becker 2 tries, F. Campion 2 pens, 2 cons). Suttonians 16 (D.Walsh try, J. O'Neill 3 pens, con) Greystones 15 (D. McKechnie try, pen, con, C. O'Sullivan try) Section B:Wanderers 0St. Mary's College 71 (G. Crawford, R. Murphy 2 tries each, B. Lynn try, 8 cons, J.Sexton, S. Gibney, D. Clare, G. Logan, B. O'Donoghue, D. Hughes try each) Section C:Barnhall 22 (R. Vamiso, E. Burke, G. Browne, try each, R. Gregg pen, 2 cons) Seapoint 15 (B. Keegan 4 pens, C. Dundon dr. goal) Section D:Monkstown 27 Tabbert, I. Bloomer, M. Knofflock, E. Murphy try each; D. Kilbride pen, 2 cons) Naas 26 (K. O'Toole, M. Farragher, B. Fitzgerald, D. O'Meara try each; D. Lenihan 3 cons) Terenure College 66 (M. Sheridan, S. King, K. Mahony 2 tries each; R. Governey try, 8 cons; K. Coleman, D. Cazabon, A. Dunlop try each) Skerries 0UCD 14 (N. Coughlan, R. McCarron try each; M. Hastings 2 cons) Lansdowne 29 (A. Tallon try, pen, 3 cons; R. McCarthy, M.Nathan, M. Quinn try each) Munster Senior League:Garryowen 35 (P. Humphreys 2 tries, T. Lyons, D. Heaton, R. Henderson try each, G. Hurley con, M. Prendergast 2 pens, con) Clonakilty 8 (N. O'Sullivan try, G. Gribb pen)
Shannon 51 (J. Lacey, I. Dowling 2 tries each, J. Blaney, G. Murray try each, T. Cregan try, 2 pens, 5 cons) Young Munster 3 (E. Buckley pen) UL Bohemians 32 (B. O'Connell, A. Hartigan try each, G. Garvey 2 tries, B. Martin try, pen, 2 cons) Sunday's Well 11 (A. Finn try, J. Lynch 2 pens) Cork Constitution 28 (D. O'Brien 2 tries, J. Kelly try, B. Keeshan con, P. McCarthy 3 pens, con) Waterpark 6 (J. Lillis 2 pens) Dolphin 16 (B. Sheahan, T. O'Leary try each, J. O'Mahoney 2 pens) Highfield 19 (T. Curran, D. Buckley-Barry try each, C. Quaid try, 2 cons) Midleton 12 (E. Ronan 3 pens, J. Hitchmough pen) Bruff 15 (A. Bourke, R. Moore try each, M. Lynch pen, con) Ulster Senior League:Ards 29 (K. Heaslip 2 tries, A. Park, H. Jones try each, A. Derwin pen, 3 cons) Dungannon 26 (P. Magee 2 tries, R. Stafford, A. Fitzpatrick try each, G. Hogg 3 cons) Ballymena 67 (O. Edwards 3 tries, A. Trimble 2 tries, D. O'Hara. D. Kane, J. Kelly, S. Young, R. Kernaghan try each, A. Larkin try, 6 cons) City of Derry 10 (G. McCarter try, pen, con) Ballynahinch 17 (M. McCormack, D. Harris try each, J. Callaghan pen, 2 cons) Harlequins 47 (G. Brown, I. Humphreys 2 tries each, J. Lowe, J. Poole, R. Spee try each, M. Sweetman 6 cons) Portadown 8 (M. Stevens try, B. Gribben pen) Malone 21 (O. Becker, J. Amos try each, G. Fry 3 pens, con) Queens 17 (M. Rainey, J. Reaney, R. Hall try each, J. Nicholl con) Instonians 25 (M. Hill 2 tries, A. McKinley try, S. Flynn 2 pens, 2 cons) Connacht Senior League:Ballina 14 (I. Thornton, S. Phillips try each, D. Newman 2 cons) Galwegians 41 (H. Bourke 3 tries, B. O'Sullivantry, 2 cons, A. Conboy, R. Hogan, J. Burke try each, J. Littleton con) Connemara 17 (M. Foyle try, dr. goal, G. Conroy 3 pens) Buccaneers 16 (P. O'Sullivan try, J. Meagher 2 pens, con, C. Glynn pen)
Ireland will host the 'Women's Sevens Dublin' at UCD on Saturday, August 22 and Sunday, August 23. Tournament director Garrett Tubridy and Ireland stars Lucy Mulhall, Jenny Murphy and Louise Galvin speak about their excitement ahead of the World Rugby Women's Sevens Series qualifier.
Coach Allen Clarke and stand-in captain Billy Holland answer questions from the media following Emerging Ireland's 45-12 victory over Georgia in the final round of their successful Tbilisi Cup campaign.
Emerging Ireland coach Allen Clarke speaks about his side's five-try 33-7 win over Uruguay in the Tbilisi Cup and the first half injury to captain Rhys Ruddock. They wrap up the tournament against hosts Georgia on Sunday.
Speaking about the floods that occurred following the Tbilisi Cup's first round, Emerging Ireland team manager Joey Miles said: "A natural event like that, a tragedy like that puts the game of rugby into perspective. We express our regrets to the Georgian people and the Georgian Union for the terrible tragedy that they had."
Leinster and Ireland prop Martin Moore gives his support to the IRFU Charitable Trust's Corporate Patron Scheme, and Mick Quinn explains the benefits for companies getting involved. For further information, please contact Linda Black of the Charitable Trust - telephone (01) 6473866 or email: email@example.com / http://www.irishrugby.ie/news/34728.php.
David O'Reilly from the IRFU Charitable Trust's Corporate Patrons Committee speaks about the new scheme which provides businesses with unique networking opportunities and provides a platform for companies to effectively activate their CSR programmes. For further information, please contact Linda Black of the Charitable Trust - telephone (01) 6473866 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org / http://www.irishrugby.ie/news/34728.php.
We spoke to Leinster and Ireland winger Dave Kearney after the Captain's Run at Thomond Park as he prepares to take on some familiar faces and some well-capped stars when the Ireland XV play the Barbarians.
Leinster prop Tadhg Furlong is one of two uncapped players in the Ireland XV starting team to play the Barbarians. We caught up with the young prop at Thomond Park as he prepares to pull on the green jersey.
Jamie Heaslip will captain the Ireland XV against the Barbarians at Thomond Park on Thursday. He spoke to Irish Rugby TV about facing the star-studded visitors and the battle he is relishing with his Leinster colleague Shane Jennings, who captains the Baa Baas.
Ireland Under-20 head coach Nigel Carolan has likened the World Rugby Under-20 Championship to 'a mini Six Nations in three weeks'. His side take on Argentina in their tournament opener in Parma next Tuesday.
Ireland Under-20 backs Nick McCarthy and Garry Ringrose and Feargal O'Rourke from team sponsors PwC spoke to Irish Rugby TV as the squad prepare for the World Rugby U-20 Championship which starts next week in Italy.
We caught up with Sean O'Brien at the Canterbury Ireland training kit launch where he spoke about next week's Barbarians game, the build-up to the Rugby World Cup and 'moving forward' with Leinster next season.