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    #16
    Originally posted by mickiemcfist View Post
    Not hard to figure out why, most people I know still called it the AIL.
    no matter the sponsor people will just call it AIL though writing in places UBL was as handy.

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      #17
      Anyone see any fixtures?
      Its deja vu all over again!!!

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        #18
        Originally posted by Crescent boy 2 View Post
        Anyone see any fixtures?
        Only have my own clubs fixtures ie Highfield. We're away to Crescent on Matchday 5 which is listed as Nov 3rd.We're starting off with UL Bohs away.

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          #19
          Originally posted by minor b View Post
          Only have my own clubs fixtures ie Highfield. We're away to Crescent on Matchday 5 which is listed as Nov 3rd.We're starting off with UL Bohs away.
          We start with our only trip North of the season away to QUB. Interesting that both OC vs Cashel games have been listed as derbies so 6 Friday night games this season. Also get to play on the new plastic pitch at Musgrave Park. Not much rest time once season starts so player management and injury prevention will be key.
          Its deja vu all over again!!!

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            #20
            All AIL fixtures are available now folks.
            The Official website of the Irish Rugby Football Union - covering International, Provincial and Club Rugby

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              #21
              Oh look, Con and College are at home on opposite weekends. Great.
              Last edited by Piquet; 31st-July-2018, 17:44.

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                #22
                Originally posted by Piquet View Post
                Oh look, Con and College are at home on opposite weekends.
                That's surely a good thing Piquet?

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                  #23
                  Shannon have a tough October..

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by Giggsy View Post

                    That's surely a good thing Piquet?
                    Indeed it is. I tried to put in a Smilie but it came out as a question mark.

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                      #25
                      Will the clubs objections to the proposed new format have any bearing on the final IRFU decision or will it be railroaded through

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                        #26
                        Charity Cup results from last weekend
                        Bohs 17 Nenagh 27
                        Shannon 5 Garryowen 24
                        Thomond conceded to Young Munster
                        Bruff 28 Old Crescent 17

                        Bruff v Garryowen is Saturday. Nenagh and Young Munster is provisionally fixed for Sat 15th Sept but will only go ahead on Sat 15th if one or both of Nenagh Ormond & Young Munster progress in the Munster Senior Cup on the previous weekend. If that is the case, then the semi-final of Charity Cup will be pushed out to November

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                          #27
                          Anybody got a list of AIL transfers?

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                            #28
                            Originally posted by POPEYE View Post
                            Anybody got a list of AIL transfers?
                            Wont get a full one but Nenagh lost Kevin Seymour to Garryowen and Clayton Stewart and Derek Corcoran to Young Munster. Have signed a few players Stephen Carey back from abroad. Roy Stanley from Thurles but had been playing in Galway for past few years.

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                              #29
                              Originally posted by ormond lad View Post
                              Wont get a full one but Nenagh lost Kevin Seymour to Garryowen and Clayton Stewart and Derek Corcoran to Young Munster. Have signed a few players Stephen Carey back from abroad. Roy Stanley from Thurles but had been playing in Galway for past few years.
                              I heard that Clayton Stewart is very good ..

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                                #30
                                Originally posted by Giggsy View Post

                                I heard that Clayton Stewart is very good ..
                                Yeah very good.Such a shame we lost him. Was key to us getting to promotion playoff final for last 2 seasons

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