Rugby Player From Wexford Signs Professional Contract With French Side

The Coronavirus has dominated the news lately... (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); There’s been little sports news since the pandemic emerged. However, one significant piece of Wexford sports news, is the fact that Wexford native Robin Copeland has signed a new professional rugby contract. Copeland, who was playing for Connacht, has signed a three-year contract …

Enniscorthy Rugby Player Named National Rising Star Of The Year

An Enniscorthy Rugby player has been named national 'Rising Star' of the year.. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Enniscorthy Rugby player Nick Doyle was named the 'Rising Star' of the year for the Men's AIL Division 2C. A fantastic individual achievement for the Enniscorthy native and a proud moment not just for him, but for …

A Host Of Wexford Sports Stars To Deliver Workshop For Mental Health This Saturday

A host of Wexford sports stars will deliver workshops in Gorey this Saturday as part of a local charity fundraiser... Wexford's very-own professional boxer, Niall 'Boom Boom' Kennedy, has organised a unique fundraising event which will take place this Satuday in Gorey Boxing Club. A host of hour-long workshops will be delivered throughout a 24-hour …

Wexford Native Named In Ireland Rugby’s Starting XV For England Clash

There are few things sweeter than beating England... A Wexford native will be hoping to do just that this week. Wexford native Brian Deeny has been named on the Ireland u-20 Rugby team to face England ahead of this Friday's clash. The full team is as follows: Ireland: Oran McNulty (Millfield School/Galway Corinthians RFC/Connacht), Ethan McIlroy …

Wexford Native Picked To Start On Ireland Rugby Team To Face Scotland

A Wexford native will line out in Ireland's u-20 rugby starting team tomorrow evening... The Ireland u-20 Rugby team faces Scotland in the first round. Wexford native Brian Deeney has been selected to start on the team. Deeny, who enjoyed a GAA career with Volunteers and is a past-pupil of St Peter's College in Wexford, …

Stats Don’t Lie: Wexford Native’s Stats For Connacht Rugby Team Are Extraordinary

I think it's safe to say that Connacht are very happy with the Wexford native... Paul Boyle, a former Gorey Rugby Club player, now plies his trade with Connacht. On Friday, Connacht Rugby's Facebook page posted a graphic about the Wexford native, and it's fair to say that the man is doing extraordinary things up …

Forty Wexford Sports Clubs Will Benefit From Government Funding Grants

Christmas has came early for a number of sports clubs throughout the country... (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ google_ad_client: "ca-pub-4892696627991900", enable_page_level_ads: true }); A total of €37m has been allocated to 994 different projects across the country with 37 different sports benefitting. Michael D'arcy, Junior Minister for Finance, announced today that 40 Wexford sports clubs …

Watch: Tadhg Furlong Speaks To Irish Rugby Ahead Of World Cup Opener

Wexford native Tadhg Furlong and James Ryan spoke to Irish Rugby at a press conference in Japan on Thursday evening... (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ google_ad_client: "ca-pub-4892696627991900", enable_page_level_ads: true }); The Irish Rugby team face Scotland on Sunday morning in their opening match of the Rugby World Cup, which is held in Japan. The duo …

Wexford Native Signs His First Professional Rugby Contract

A 21-year-old Wexford native has signed his first professional rugby contract... Wexford have another professional rugby player to look out for.  On Tuesday afternoon, Wexford native Paul Boyle signed his first professional rugby contract - with Connacht Rugby - keeping him at the provincial club until the 2020-21 season.  Following the announcement, Boyle said:  “I …

Interview: Former Wexford Rugby Star Robin Copeland Joins Connacht

Former Gorey rugby star Robin Copeland has joined Connacht after signing from Munster Rugby.  In a good move for the Wexford native, Copeland should see more game time with the Westerners with the great task of filling Connacht legend John Muldoon's boots. Speaking on his initial aims with Connacht, Copeland said: "Hit the ground running, …