A brief glimpse into the past

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: Ireland U20 2019 U20 Six Nations Squad Announcement in PwC
Irish Rugby TV: Ireland U20 2019 U20 Six Nations Squad Announcement in PwC

The Ireland U20 squad for the 2019 U20 Six Nations Squad was announced in PwC Head Offices on Friday. They face England U20 on Friday, 1st Feb at Irish ...



Team, Place & City Details

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.

Garryowen Football Club

Garryowen Football Club , usually referred to as Garryowen, is a rugby union club from Limerick, Ireland. It plays in Division 1A of the All-Ireland League and historically has been one of the most successful clubs in Irish rugby union.

Bomb (kick)

A bomb also known as an up and under or a Garryowen is a type of kick used in various codes of football. As the names suggests, it is a high kick intended to send the ball relatively straight up so players can get under it before it comes down .

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.

Garryowen

Garryowen may refer to:

Garryowen (air)

"Garryowen", also known as "Garyowen", "Garry Owen" and "Gary Owens", is an Irish tune for a quickstep dance. It was selected as a marching tune for Australian, British, Canadian, and American military formations, including General George Armstrong Custer's 7th Cavalry Regiment and Australia's 2 Cav Regiment.

Garryowen, Montana
Garryowen, Montana

Garryowen is a private town in Big Horn County, Montana, United States. It is located at the southernmost edge of the land where Sitting Bull's camp was sited just prior to the Battle of the Little Bighorn, and the opening gunshots of the battle were fired only a few hundred yards from where Garryowen's structures stand today.

Garryowen, Limerick
Garryowen, Limerick

Garryowen Irish: Garraí Eoin is a neighbourhood in Limerick, Ireland. The word Garryowen is a transliteration of the Irish Garraí Eoin - "the garden of Owen" - and relates to the association in the 12th century between St John's Church and the Knights Templar whose house in Limerick was dedicated to John the Baptist.

Garryowen (film)

Garryowen is a 1920 British silent sports film directed by George Pearson and starring Fred Groves, Hugh E. Wright and Moyna Macgill. It was based on a novel by Henry De Vere Stacpoole.

Garryowen, Iowa
Garryowen, Iowa

Garryowen or Garry Owen is an unincorporated community in Butler Township, Jackson County, Iowa, United States, generally surrounding St. Patrick's Church.

Holbrook, New South Wales
Holbrook, New South Wales

Holbrook is a small town in Southern New South Wales, Australia. It is on the Hume Highway, 384 kilometres by road North-East of Melbourne and 492 kilometres (306 mi) by road south-west of Sydney between Tarcutta and Albury.

Garry Owen (actor)

Garry Owen was an American actor, best known for his role as the taxi driver in Arsenic and Old Lace. He appeared in more than 180 films between 1933 and 1952.