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Clontarf Reach All-Ireland League Final - Reaction
Clontarf Reach All-Ireland League Final - Reaction

Clontarf defeated Lansdowne 23-15 in the All-Ireland League Semi-Final at Castle Avenue. Sean O'Brien gave his reaction.



UCC interviews
UCC interviews

See cool drone footage from the 2019 Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup Final, plus interviews, match footage & celebrations.



Open training session at Bangor RFC!
Open training session at Bangor RFC!

Thanks to everyone that attended today's open training session in Bangor! A big crowd watched on as the first team trained at Bangor RFC. The players then ...



Irish Rugby TV: Ballynahinch v St. Mary's (Highlights)
Irish Rugby TV: Ballynahinch v St. Mary's (Highlights)

Some of the action from the Women's All-Ireland Cup Round 1 meeting of Ballynahinch and St. Mary's.



Shannon vs Garryowen 2018/19 AIL Highlights
Shannon vs Garryowen 2018/19 AIL Highlights

Check out the highlights from Friday Night's #AIL game against Garryowen, up next we face UCD this Saturday in Thomond Park at the later than usual time of ...



Irish Rugby TV: #AILTRY of the Month
Irish Rugby TV: #AILTRY of the Month

Six clubs and eight try scorers are included in the #AILTRY of the Month shortlist for November.



Team, Place & City Details

Lansdowne Road
Lansdowne Road

Lansdowne Road Stadium was a stadium in Dublin owned by the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) that was primarily used for rugby union and association football matches. The stadium was demolished in 2007 to make way for the construction of the Aviva Stadium, which opened in 2010.

Lansdowne Football Club

Lansdowne Football Club, also sometimes referred to as Lansdowne Rugby Football Club, is a rugby union team based in Dublin, Ireland. It was founded in 1872 by Henry Dunlop as the Irish Champion Athletic Club.

Terenure College RFC

Terenure College RFC was founded on November 14, 1940. It is a senior rugby club in Dublin, Ireland, playing in Division 1A of the All-Ireland League.

Terenure College A.F.C.

Terenure College A.F.C. is an Irish amateur association football club based in Terenure College, Dublin, Ireland. The club currently has 3 teams playing in the Leinster Senior League.

Lansdowne

Lansdowne or Lansdown may refer to:

Lansdowne, Pennsylvania
Lansdowne, Pennsylvania

Lansdowne is a borough in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States located 6 miles southwest of the City Center of Philadelphia. It was named for the Marquess of Lansdowne.

Lansdowne Park
Lansdowne Park

Lansdowne Park is a 40-acre urban park, historic sports, exhibition and entertainment facility in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, owned by the City of Ottawa. It is located on Bank Street adjacent to the Rideau Canal in The Glebe neighbourhood of central Ottawa.

Lansdowne portrait of George Washington
Lansdowne portrait of George Washington

The Lansdowne portrait is an iconic life-size portrait of George Washington painted by Gilbert Stuart in 1796. It depicts the 64-year-old President of the United States during his final year in office.

Lansdowne, Maryland
Lansdowne, Maryland

Lansdowne is a census-designated place in southern Baltimore County, Maryland, United States, located just south of Baltimore city. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 8,409.

Lansdowne station (MBTA)
Lansdowne station (MBTA)

Lansdowne station is an MBTA Commuter Rail station in Boston, Massachusetts. It serves the Framingham/Worcester Line.

Lansdowne Park redevelopment
Lansdowne Park redevelopment

The Lansdowne Park redevelopment is a public-private partnership redevelopment of the Lansdowne Park fairgrounds in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. In September 2007, cracks were discovered in Frank Clair Stadium, and a portion of the south-side stands were demolished due to safety concerns.

Lansdowne Bridge
Lansdowne Bridge

The Lansdowne Bridge is a heritage-listed road bridge that carries the Hume Highway across the Prospect Creek at Lansvale in the City of Fairfield local government area of New South Wales, Australia. It was designed and built from 1834 to 1836 by David Lennox.

Terenure College
Terenure College

Terenure College is a Carmelite-run secondary school located in the suburb of Terenure, Dublin, Ireland. The school was founded in 1860 and had an associated primary school until 2017.