Munster Rugby Latest Contract Update

Munster Rugby are pleased to confirm a number of contract updates including extensions for Billy Holland, Stephen Archer and Kevin O’Byrne. The senior trio of Holland, Archer and O’Byrne have all put pen to paper recently while academy players Liam O’Connor, Fineen Wycherley and Calvin Nash have also committed to the province. 32-year-old Holland, the […]

Bank Of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup Set For Markets Field

The Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Challenge Cup final date and venue has been confirmed as Friday 19 January, Markets Field (kick-off 7.30pm). UL Bohemian and Garryowen will go head-to-head as two of Limerick’s traditional rivals, with both sides producing impressive displays throughout the competition and in their respective semi-finals. Garryowen overcame Cork Constitution 23-14 in their […]

Employees Cycling To Work Often Left Without Shower Facilities

According to new research by One4all, bike to work schemes are proving popular with Munster companies – 29% say their employers provide such a programme. However, just 19% say that employers provide shower facilities for those who cycle or run to work. Additionally, only 30% provide a secure bike area for employees who cycle. Almost […]

St. Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh Wins Ladies Football

Munster 1st Year Football Blitz St Joseph’s Borrisoleigh’s young footballers claimed a first ever Ladies Football title when they won out a highly competitive blitz in Kilfinane last week. Pitted against the host school Scoil Phóil, Rockwell College ‘B’ and St Mary’s of Nenagh, the girls were always going to be up against it facing […]

Top Restaurants In Tipperary Announced At Irish Restaurant Awards 2017

The third of four regional finals in this year’s Irish Restaurant Awards took place in the Limerick Strand Hotel last night where 60 awards were presented to the country’s leading chefs, restaurants and pubs.   Over 600 people attended the Munster Regional Final on Tuesday evening where the top establishments in each county were named. […]

2016 Tour de Munster Raises €285k For DSI

Since its inception 16 years ago, Tour de Munster has gone from strength to strength. This year alone the charity cycle has raised €285,655.37 for its beneficiary, the Munster branches of Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI). This is the 7th successive year that DSI has benefited from the popular charity cycle.   This incredible sum was presented […]

Munster don the colours of 3 Tipperary clubs and schools as they defeat the Maori All-Blacks

Three lucky rugby fans from Co. Tipperary were treated to a hugely memorable match-day experience when Munster wore club and school socks for the first time as they defeated the New Zealand Maori All-Blacks at Thomond Park on Friday last.To mark the historic meeting of the two sides, Munster Rugby, along with exclusive retail partner […]

Munster Senior & Master Athletics

The Munster Senior & Master Track & Field Athletics championships took place in Waterford last weekend. Our Tipperary athletes produced many fine performances & took home 13 medals from the Senior competitions & 36 medals from the Master competitions. The following results were recorded on the day: Senior Men: Robert Bennett, Templemore, 3rd. 100m & 2nd. 200m. […]

Birdhill Firm Strenghtens Munster Sales Team

Komatsu distributor McHale Plant Sales of Birdhill has strengthened its sales representation in the South West with the appointment of Declan Spillane as Komatsu Area Sales Manager for the Munster region. From Kerry, Declan is resident outside Killarney at Ballymalis near Beaufort. Following his early education in Killorglin, he joined crane maker Leibherr in Killarney […]

Leinster 2/1 Favourites to Reclaim Heineken Cup

Boylesports Heineken Cup Odds Boylesports have installed Leinster as the 2/1 Heineken Cup favourites. The current European champions, who are boosted by the return to action of Brian O’Driscoll and Leo Cullen, are as short as 2/15 to conquer the Cardiff Blues in Saturday’s quarter final. Cardiff are a very appealing 6/1. The all Irish […]

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