The Brightwater Group, Ireland’s leading recruitment specialists, were delighted to host an evening of Rugby & Wine for their clients in advance of the Rugby World Cup in Japan this September. Former Irish players Gordon D’Arcy …
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Curious dolphins popped above the waves but most of us were on the ropes and a fleeting glance was all we could afford them at the time. We were the 8 pm to 12 midnight watch and the beautiful sunset did not disappoint. Next came the full moon and the sky illuminated. We look at this on land so often but at sea it was magical. Hats off to all those ancient mariners!
The 4th annual Business Networking Breakfast event for the IRFU Charitable Trust Corporate Patrons took place on Friday 12th April. Special guests included David Nucifora, IRFU Performance Director and Ireland Under 20s Grand Slam Winning Coach, Noel McNamara and Captain, Charlie Ryan – interviewed brilliantly by Oisin Langan.
The Rugby Rebels successfully attempted and broke the World Record for a team of over 40’s in the 100 kilometre event on a rowing machine on Saturday the 9th of March.
The Annual IRFU Charitable Trust Ball was held on Friday 1st March 19 at the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin. Commemorating 40 years of the IRFU Charitable Trust, the Trust was delighted […]
On Saturday 26th January we once again welcomed our many supporters to our annual Ireland’s Call Ball in the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin. Following on from the success of last year’s event the challenge was set to host a larger event, to raise more valuable funds and to ensure all our guests enjoyed their night.
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