Jake Swaine

7 results

Cork Constitution’s Liam O’Connell and Alex McHenry celebrate after their win over Terenure College in the Ulster Bank League Division 1A Semi-Final. Photograph: Tommy Grealy/Inpho

Cork Constitution head coach Brian Hickey says his side are “very much underdogs” heading into next Sunday’s Ulster Bank League final, despite the fac(...)

Cork Constitution players celebrate after their victory over Terenure College in the semi-finals of the Ulster Bank League at Lakelands. Photograph: Tommy Grealy/Inpho

Terenure College 15 Cork Constitution 22 Defending champions Cork Constitution dug deep to defeat semi-final opponents Terenure College 22-15 at Lake(...)

Clontarf’s Rob Keogh kicks a conversion during their Ulster Bank League Division 1A game against UCD at Castle Avenue on Saturday. Photograph: Colm O’Neill/Inpho.

There will be two provincial derbies in next Saturday’s Ulster Bank League Division 1A semi-finals, while Galwegians were relegated on a dramatic fina(...)

Clontarf’s Mick McGrath passes three UCD players en route to scoring a try under the posts in the Ulster Bank League Division 1A match at  Castle Avenue in  Dublin. Photograph: Colm O’Neill/Inpho

Clontarf 25 UCD 12 Clontarf look the team to beat in the Ulster Bank League Division 1A playoffs after a well-judged 25-12 victory at home to UCD on (...)

UCD’s Adam Byrne skips past Steve McMahon of Garryowen on his way to scoring their third try of the game in the Ulster Bank League Division 1A game at Belfield Bowl. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

UCD 45 Garryowen 19 It was business as usual at the Belfield Bowl where Ulster Bank League Division 1A pacesetters UCD swept Garryowen aside in a 45-(...)

Clontarf’s Dermot O’Meara tries to slip the attempted tackle of Galwegians’  Barry Lee during the Ulster Bank League Division 1A match against Galwegians at Castle Avenue. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Ulster Bank League round-up: Clontarf maintained their presence at the top of Division 1A, holding off a strong second-half challenge from Galwegians (...)

Clontarf’s Matt Darcy runs in a try at the Belfield Bowl. The player could play an important role for the Ireland Club international team in the coming weeks. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

Clontarf 38 UCD 17 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(...)