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Tribesmen fall short at final hurdle

It was a bitter-sweet day for the Galway Tribesmen Rugby League club on Saturday. Creating history when hosting the first Munster/Connacht Rugby League final outside of Limerick, the Tribesmen also fell short against the Titans of Limerick by 28-18.

Henshaw returns to spearhead Connacht attack against cup favourites Gloucester

Ireland international centre Robbie Henshaw is back with Connacht for this evening's Challenge Cup quarter-final fixture with English premiership favourites Gloucester.

Henshaw returns to spearhead Connacht attack against cup favourites Gloucester

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Ireland international centre Robbie Henshaw is back with Connacht for tomorrow evening's Challenge Cup quarter-final fixture with English premiership favourites Gloucester.

One hundred and thirty years of Connacht Rugby

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The Connacht branch of the Irish Rugby Football Union was formed on December 8, 1885 in Corless’ Burlington Dining Rooms, Andrew Street, and Church Lane, Dublin. The meeting took place after the first time Connacht played as a province in a match against Leinster. The clubs represented at the meeting were Ballinasloe, Castlebar, Galway Grammar School, Galway Town, Queen’s College Galway, and Ranelagh School, Athlone.

Connacht produce a stunning finish to set up rematch with Gloucester

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ller instinct achieved their European Challenge Cup qualification goal in France, and now a date beckons with top seeds Gloucester in April.

Castlebar seal play-off berth

Last weekend saw Castlebar secure one of their key objectives for the season when they booked their place in the promotion/relegation play-off for a place in the top tier of junior rugby for next season. While Castlebar would like to have gained automatic promotion and clinched the title, second place and chance over 80 minutes later in the spring to seal the deal will still do nicely.

Bulls double up over Ballina

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In the battle of the Mayo sides in division 1a of the Connacht Junior League it was the Bulls from Westport who came out on top for the second time this season, when they faced Ballina in Carrowholly last Sunday. JP Walsh’s side ran out comfortable 16-3 winners over their north Mayo rivals thanks to a try from David Keane, with Seán Tobin kicking the other 11 points from three penalties and converting Keane’s try. Westport put themselves in front early on and went in leading 10-3 at the break thanks to Keane’s five pointer and two kicks from Tobin, Ballina responded with a penalty from James Coppens but it was the only score they would register on the day. The win sees Westport push six points in front of Ballina with three games left for each side before the end of the league season. The win also puts Westport just three points behind third placed Ballinasloe in the race for place in the Irish junior cup next year.

Connacht in a good place as European challenge begins

After a successful start to their season, Connacht take a break from Guinness Pro 12 action to open their European campaign in the Sportsground on Saturday (5pm).

New season, new challenges for Connacht Rugby

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As September approaches, Connacht are busy in preparation for a season of change for European club rugby.

New challenge for Connacht in European rugby

After three seasons of Heineken Cup rugby, Connacht return to the Challenge Cup next season where they will face new opposition in two French and an English outfit. Drawn in pool two and ranked in tier four of eight, Connacht will face English outfit Exeter Chiefs, ranked in tier one.

 

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