O’Leary welcomed Home

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Tomás O’Leary pictured with James Coughlan having viewed the display of jerseys in Dolphin including an International Jersey of Tomás. They only met tonight off the pitch, Tomás started for London Irish but was replaced at half time while James was only introduced at the break. Cian Bohane was a late change to the starting

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O’Leary returns to Musgrave Park

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  Tomás O’Leary returns to Musgrave Park to face Munster after a long injury lay off. Included in the Munster side is Denis Hurley, Dave O’Callaghan and Sean Dougall. On the bench are James Cronin, James Coughlan and Cian Bohane and Rory Scannell may make his first senior appearance.    

Update from Rugby Committee

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Firstly to congratulate you all on a huge effort that you all put in last year. Our Mini section was well marshalled by Declan McKenna and his coaches and it was a very enjoyable year for the players and parents. Thanks to Ray Elwood and John Green and all Coaches, Managers, Bagmen/Bagwomen  Parents and Players in

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Cowra Eagles discover a star – Eamonn Mills

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http://au.prime7.yahoo.com/n3/news/a/-/local/17932610/cowra-eagles-discover-a-star-video/ This clip shows some great running by Mills on his debut, “An Irish try scoring machine has sent shudders through the Central West Rugby comp with a  breathtaking  performance on debut for Cowra. Eamon Mills is the new Eagles fullback.” Mills was in New South Wales for the summer, he linked up with 2

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Coughlan to captain Munster in Friendly

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James Coughlan will deputising for new captain Peter O’Mahony as Munster’s international players are still in the midst of their pre-season preparations and will not be available for selection until after the Celtic League starts on September 7. Coughlan was confirmed as Saturday’s captain v Gloucester at the official launch of the Bank of Ireland and Munster

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