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Cork Con’s Tomás Quinlan: “Tomás has had a fantastic season,” said Con captain James Ryan.  Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

This is what happens when a bottleneck gets smashed. Peter O’Mahony, a Cork Constitution man to his dying day, told all at this week’s Irupa awards th(...)

Clontarf’s Mick McGrath scores a try against UCD. Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

Clontarf 24 UCD 10 Joey Carbery possesses the unruffled elegance of a bullfighter, nerveless, unflinching, agile in thought and deed, and a taunting (...)

Winger Michael Brown bagged a try in each half as Clontarf were deserved 18-12 winners over Cork Constitution at Temple Hill in Ulster Bank League Div(...)

Lansdowne celebrate their triumph in the rugby Ulster Bank League Division 1A final at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

The result distorts the lingering image, the colour of victory against the monochrome of defeat. Players and coaches often speak about learning more (...)

Lansdowne celebrate their 18-17 win over Clontarf in the Ulster Bank League Division 1A final at the Aviva Stadium. Photograph: Inpho

Clontarf 17 Lansdowne 18The topsy-turvy manner in which the Ulster Bank League Division 1A final panned out guaranteed a level of tension that was eve(...)

Clontarf’s Matthew D’Arcy makes a break against Cork Constitution. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The Ulster Bank League Division 1A final pits the defending champions Clontarf against their predecessors as title holders Lansdowne in what promises(...)

Ulster Bank League Division 1A, Belfield Bowl, UCD vs Clontarf - UCD’s Jordan Coughlan and Anthony Ryan of Clontarf. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Matt D’Arcy heated up a bitterly cold Belfield Bowl with a terrific hat-trick of tries as Clontarf claimed a 38-17 bonus point win over UCD in Ulster (...)

Lansdowne’s Tom Farrell tackles Aidan Wynne of Old Belvedere in the Ulster Bank League match last night. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Clontarf 44 St Mary’s College 15 A strong start and finish saw Clontarf secure only their second try-scoring bonus point of the Ulster Bank League se(...)

The Hills made Castle Avenue a home from home yet again in the final of the RSA Irish Senior Cup on Saturday as they beat hosts Clontarf by nine ru(...)

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