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Rugby football in Portadown 1879-1979

D.J Gilpin

Rugby football in Portadown 1879-1979

by D.J Gilpin

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Published by Portadown R.F.C. in Portadown .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementD.J. Gilpin.
The Physical Object
Pagination112p. :
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22248418M

Hockey, Hurling, Rugby, Gaelic Football, American Football whichever game you play we’ve got you covered across Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon borough. Along with soccer, these ball sports allow for participants of any age or gender to come together and enjoy a healthy cardiovascular workout in the company of their team mates. Welcome to Portadown Rugby Football Club! Portadown Rugby Football Club are a community club that has a number of different teams taking part in Ulster Rugby (IRFU) competitions. There are 4 senior men's teams, a women's team, various boys and girls youth .

Armagh I, Armagh, United Kingdom. 55, likes 12, talking about this. County Armagh website focusing on Breaking News, Sport and more. email: [email protected] Twitter: @armaghiFollowers: 59K. Hannath, Portadown. 9, likes talking about this 58 were here. Award winning Professional Property Services Team at the Estate of the Year awards for three consecutive years running/5(43).

  Killicomaine Junior High School is a controlled school in Portadown, Northern Ireland. KJHS accepts male and female pupils following primary education. Children attend for three years and generally transfer to either Portadown College or Craigavon Senior High School. The Headmaster is Charlie McAleese. The school plays rugby, football, hockey along with others. It was founded in /5(7). Portadown drop Mark McAllister and Sean Mackle from first-team squad players on the books at Portadown, having joined the club in deduction imposed by the Irish Football Association.


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Rugby football in Portadown 1879-1979 by D.J Gilpin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rugby in Leinster, to [Irish Rugby Football Union] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book lends a fantastic comprehensive overview of the game of rugby—from its conception to the development of the unions and leagues and the culture Rugby football in Portadown 1879-1979 book history of teams in various places.

The author also explains the differing rules and cultures of metropolitan and different counties' rugby practice. In Februarythe Irish Rugby Football Union was formed, and listed Portadown as an affiliated c /5(81). Some Old Photos given online colourised treatment. Paul Irwin photos February Pictures from Ulster Rugby Youth Coaching Workshop held at Chambers Pk and Tour Reunions 31 August 40th Anniversary Friendship Cup Portadown RFC and Rugby Club Orleans Portadown RFC v Dungannon RFC.

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likes. Portadown R.F.C. youth teams train Monday and Wednesday nights, 7pm at Chambers park. New members Followers: Portadown Rugby Football Club.

Portadown Rugby Football Club is a community club that has a number of male and female teams taking part in Ulster Rugby (IRFU) competitions. Portadown College Rugby. Rugby has always been the main school sport for boys since its establishment in 1 st XV Team photographs dated from the season still dawn the corridors throughout the school.

Participation in the Ulster Schools Cup has been, and still is, the pinnacle for every rugby playing school boy in Ulster and Portadown College is no exception. World Rugby - "One Hundred Years of Rugby " edited by Don Rutherford: Centenary history of the International Rugby Football Board including a review of the Rugby World Cup, a very interesting look a the state of the sport in the mid s to include a look at the structure of nations, the laws of the game and the amateur status in relation to rugby football.

Portadown (from Irish Port a' Dúnáin, meaning 'landing place of the little fort') is a town in County Armagh, Northern town sits on the River Bann in the north of the county, about 24 miles (39 km) southwest of is in the Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council area and had a population of ab at the Census.

Country: Northern Ireland. Portadown Rugby Football Club - Bridge Street, BT63 5AR Portadown - Rated based on 81 Reviews "Lovely food and great family atmosphere. The /5(). Although Jimmy Chambers played occasionally untilthe dominant personality in the club was Thomas Charles Wells.

Tommy joined in and it remained his life until his death in Chambers Park is born. Wednesday 4 September has gone down in the annals of Portadown Rugby Club’s history.

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£ In Februarythe Irish Rugby Football Union was formed, and listed Portadown as an affiliated club, with Thomas John (TJ) Collen as the honorary secretary. Collen played for the first County Armagh side against Ulster on 27 November The first recorded captain was Arthur Farrell, who was the son of the proprietor of the Portadown (s): Chambers Park, Portadown.

Lurgan Rugby History. Lurgan Rugby Club was formed in and is one of the oldest rugby clubs in Ireland. Rugby Union football has only ever been put on hold due to both World Wars with many of its members going off to serve their country.

Cascades Leisure Complex is located in the heart of Portadown offering a range of activities and exercise classes all year round. Cascades Leisure Complex has a six-lane 33 meter pool and a minor pool for children and learners. The Complex is one of a few leisure centres in Northern Ireland to have diving boards for our customers to enjoy.

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Biographies General. Portadown College, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland: Sports. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. rugby football club In Februarythe Irish Rugby Football Union was formed, and listed Poratadown as an affiliated club, with Thomas John (TJ) Collen as the honorary secretary.

Wednesday 4 September has gone down in the annals of Portadown Rugby Club’s history. Several hundred spectators turned up to see the local side take on Ulster in theLocation: Bridge Street, Portadown, Craigavon. Tony Collins is Professor of History in the International Centre for Sports History and Culture at De Montfort University.

His previous books include Rugby's Great Split, Rugby League in Twentieth Century Britain, and A Social History of English Rugby Union, each of which won the Aberdare prize for sports history book of thehis Social History of English Rugby Union was Cited by: 3.However, having written 14 books of my own, mostly about rugby, there has been time these last few weeks to reflect on which are my favourite books on the great game.

So for no reason here is one man's selection of some best rugby books you should try to read this year or in the future.