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IRFU Post €1.2 Million Profit After Historic Season For Irish Rugby

The IRFU have today announced that they have recorded a €1.2 million profit for the 2017/2018 season.  Last season was a historic one for Irish rugby. The men’s national team went unbeaten throughout the November Internationals and the Six Nations which resulted in a Grand Slam, while they also recorded a series win against the Wallabies in Australia. At provincial …

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Daily Discussion: Defensive Mindset And Lack Of Transparency Fuelling Women’s Rugby Chasm

David Nucifora, the IRFU’s Performance Director, gave his annual briefing to the Irish rugby media this week in Sydney as Ireland’s men’s national side get ready for the much anticipated third Test with the Wallabies on Saturday.  Such is Nucifora’s influence on the way the game is governed in this country, his media briefings are much anticipated with there being …

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IRFU Come In For Criticism After Turning Down Three-Test Series With Wallaroos

The IRFU have come in for criticism after rejecting the opportunity for the Irish women’s XVs side to take on Australia in a three-Test series.  The proposed fixtures would have formed a double-header which would have seen the women’s fixtures take place alongside the men’s internationals which are set to get underway in Brisbane this weekend. According to a report …

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IRFU Announce Contract Extensions For Ireland Coaching Ticket

The IRFU have today announced contract extensions for the Ireland coaching ticket which will take them past the 2019 World Cup in Japan.  With the tour to Australia just around the corner and with a little over a year until the World Cup, it is a crucial time for Irish rugby. Ireland have now been boosted as their much successful …

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