The Dublin City University Ladies Rugby Club kicked off the second half of their season with a 46-14 victory over Old Belvedere RFC on Sunday 12 January. DCU kept out an impressive Old Belvedere attack throughout the first half, improving on the issues that crept into their game near the end of 2019.
Dublin City University Ladies Rugby Club travelled to Tullamore on Sunday, to take on Tullamore RFC. The morning cold did not lift for the afternoon kickoff, with mist rolling in to add further problems for both sets of player.
DCU's Women's Rugby Club lost out to the top team in the Leinster League on Sunday 17 November, as Railway Union RFC took home a four point victory.
DCU's Ladies Rugby Club lost out to Wicklow RFC in a highly competitive match on Sunday 10 November at DCU's Sports Campus. Wicklow lead 0-7 at half time, after putting in an immense defensive effort to hold DCU out of their tryline for most of the first half. DCU used the space out wide in … Continue reading DCU Ladies Rugby Club vs Wicklow
Dublin City University's Ladies Rugby Club earned a come-from-behind victory over their hosts, Tullow RFC, on Sunday 3 November.
With the opening weekend of the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan in the history books, and one more match to play in the "first round" on Monday, there have been some spectacular performances by the big teams. However, two performances that should not be overlooked in the opening weekend were those of Argentina and Fiji.
Ireland started their World Cup campaign with an all-round victory over Scotland on Sunday. The Irish were dominant in their 27-3 victory, and looked like a team that has worked hard on the issues that were worrying them leading up to the World Cup.
It was New Zealand's day in the opening pool B encounter against South Africa on Saturday, a match which lived up to a number of expectations leading into it. What started out as an intense contest, worthy of a final, however, turned into a scrappy encounter that South Africa will hope to forget.
The Rugby World Cup kicks off on Friday, and this year promises to be one of the most competitive and exciting tournaments ever. Realistically, any one of four top teams could win it, with other dark horses also capable of pulling off a few big wins. As difficult as it is to predict the World Cup in Japan, let's take a look at it anyway...
Three weeks ago, Wales went to the top of the World Rankings for the first time in their history. Now, just days away from the start of the World Cup, the Welsh Dragon looks a vulnerable and unlikely to make the semis, let alone the World Cup Final.