Ireland’s failure at the Women’s rugby World cup we hosted in 2017 prompted a serious root and branch review of the game, led by Su Carty and Mary Quinn, the fruits of which are evident in a detailed plan to bring the team back to where it was a few short years ago. Continue reading
Leinster Rugby will this morning confirm a first ever double-header between the Leinster Men’s and Women’s teams to take place at Energia Park on Saturday, 17th August 2019. Continue reading
Canterbury and the IRFU have this morning unveiled the new Irish Rugby World Cup 2019 team and supporter range. Continue reading
The idea of sport as war without weapons was taken to a new level by the Leinster Women’s Rugby team as part of pre season training last week and Videos on the Net was there to record the outcome of their trip to the Irish Defence Forces.
The new five year deal between Irish Rugby and Energia is a significant deal for the sport and for the company so we sat down with Managing Director Gary Ryan to discover a little of the background to how it came about and what we can expect in terms of support and activation. Continue reading
Scotch and Irish Whiskey, note the Irish spelling, are in a continual battle for dominance across international markets. Now the stakes have been raised with Johnnie Walker announcing a major partnership with Scottish Rugby. Continue reading
A new five-year partnership will see Energia become Official Energy Partner to Irish Rugby and title sponsor of both the Men’s and Women’s All Ireland League (AIL) competitions.
Leinster Rugby’s new adidas European and Alternate jerseys were revealed across the province’s social media channels yesterday morning, using a mix of mythology, meteorology and new media.
OK, so we know that Joe Schmidt goes to some extraordinary level of detail in the preparation of his teams but surely getting Joey Carbery to practice handling skills using a giant Blueberry is just a bit too much. Continue reading