Luke Morgan

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Connacht’s Peter Sullivan scores a try during the Guinness Pro 14 Rainbow Cup game against the Ospreys at the Sportsground in Galway. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Connacht 26 Ospreys 19 Connacht signed off their season with a home victory to end Ospreys’ hopes of advancing to the Guinness Pro 14 Rainbow Cup fin(...)

Gavin Coombes scores one of his three tries against the Ospreys. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Munster 38 Ospreys 22 The victory belonged to Munster, the afternoon to their 22-year-old number eight and man of the match, Gavin Coombes. The 22-ye(...)

Ulster’s Iain Henderson is shown a red card by referee Mike Adamson. Photograph: Inpho

Ospreys 12 Ulster 24 Ulster made it two wins from two in Conference A of the new Pro14 season with a convincing win over the Ospreys, but the victory(...)

Leinster’s Tommy O’Brien beats Olly Cracknell of Ospreys to score the opening try in the Guinness Pro 14 game at  The Gnoll in  Neath. Photograph:  Ryan Hiscott/Inpho

Ospreys 13 Leinster 21 Even the unusual surroundings of The Gnoll failed to stop Leinster from recording their 12th straight Pro14 victory as Leo Cu(...)

Stuart McCloskey was named man of the match in Ulster’s win over the Ospreys. Photograph: Alex Davidson/Inpho

Ospreys 0 Ulster 8 Iain Henderson gave Joe Schmidt a welcome selection headache as the Ireland lock played 80 minutes in Ulster’s narrow victory over(...)

Luke Morgan: The 26-year-old Ospreys wing had a six-year career in sevens rugby, becoming Wales’ record try scorer in the format. Photograph: Alex Davidson/Inpho

Luke Morgan will make his debut for Wales against Scotland in Cardiff on Saturday less than two months after his first appearance for Ospreys in the G(...)

  Leicester’s Jonah Holmes in action against Ulster in the Champions Cup last weekend. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Wales boss Warren Gatland has handed surprise call-ups to uncapped wings Jonah Holmes and Luke Morgan for this season’s autumn Tests. The 26-year-old(...)

Munster’s Joey Carbery scores a try during the Guinness Pro 14 match against Ospreys in Cork. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Munster 49 Ospreys 13 It took just 21 minutes for Joey Carbery to endear himself to Munster fans in his first Guinness Pro14 start at Musgrave Park o(...)

A Galway film student’s documentary about “empty nest” syndrome has been accepted for  the Cannes Film Festival’s short film corner next month(...)

Seamus Heaney: teamed up with Des Kavanagh as a boarder at St Columb’s College

Louis MacNeice on Nimmo’s pier head, Moya Cannon on the banks of the Corrib, Mairtín Ó Direáín east of Arainn ... wherever you walk in Galway, (...)