The home of Irish rugby was also home to the Chartered Accountants Leinster Society on Friday afternoon for our annual rugby lunch, sponsored by Bank of Ireland.
Rory’s chosen charities, the IRFU Charitable Trust and the Cancer Fund for Children, will also benefit from the events which include a cross community family festival
On Saturday 25th January we welcomed our many supporters to the third Ireland’s Call Ball in the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin. Following on from the success of the previous
Vodafone employees and the Vodafone Ireland Foundation very generously raised much needed funds for the IRFU Charitable Trust to help support the 36 seriously injured rugby players across Ireland.
We were delighted to welcome Katie Mullan, Ireland’s Women’s Hockey Captain to be interviewed by Niall Rynne and we wish her and the team the best of luck in the Tokyo Olympics! Niall Rynne also spoke with Michelle Claffey and Sean Cronin …
It all began in Dublin on the 28th of July in 2009 when the IRB announced Japan would host the 2015 Rugby World Cup: the seed was sown for a Charity Walk & Cycle in Japan to help raise funds for our seriously injured players …
No fifteen-year-old was ever happier to see a Cathedral than me, Charlie Quinn, as I dragged my weary body into Santiago de Compostela …
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Corporate Patrons Golf Day in Powerscourt on Friday 27th September 2019. And a very special thank you to our generous prize sponsors: Aer Lingus …
Congratulations to Jonathan Beatty – the winner of the trip to Japan …
For your chance to win a trip of lifetime for two people to Japan, from 17th to 23rd October, on a tour with Mick Galwey …
The IRFU Charitable Trust is a Charity which helps seriously injured players.
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