Munster v Connacht Junior Interprovincial Cancelled
As previously announced, the IRFU has understandably cancelled all rugby activity for the coming weeks and months. This includes the Junior Interprovincial between Munster and Connacht scheduled to be held in Killarney at the end of April. There are times when sport has to take a back seat and this is one of them!! The club would nevertheless like to thank everyone who worked hard behind the scenes planning the big day and we look forward to hosting another such event in the future.
By the time Linda Djougang clocks in this morning, she has already been up two hours. She arrives at Tallaght Hospital just after sunrise and won’t leave until dusk has fallen. The journey from Drumcondra, via the city centre, takes an hour on a good day, but this being a Saturday, mere hours after
Irish Rugby’s 2019/20 domestic season is to conclude with immediate effect due to ongoing concerns over coronavirus. Government action in combatting the virus looks set to continue beyond March 29th. Irish Rugby wants to play its part while giving clubs the chance to put plans in place for the 20
Statement from Irish Rugby with regards to the current situation and the Corona Virus.
The IRFU has decided that “All rugbyb activities across all clubs and schools, from Minis to Adult Rugby must now cease” from 6pm until 29th of March Inclusive. The IRFU will then review in line with government advice.
The Irish Rugby Football Union, together with Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster Rugby, have announced the suspension of all Domestic Rugby activity from 6pm this evening 12th March until the 29th March (inclusive), in response to the latest Government advice on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandem