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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Irish rugby: now the petition

Anger against the perceived incompetence of unfairness of the IRFU is growing - and now a petition has been launched demanding equal treatment. After a few hours the number is signatures is already approaching 200.

To add your name go here.

And, in the meanwhile, the IRFU are replying to the criticisms - see here.

Its rather fun watching this as its opening all sorts of clear dissatisfaction with what is happening in Ireland - annoyances like not having an Irish team in the Sevens, the unaccountable failure to enter the European Championship, the lack of games outside the Six Nations... IRFU really on the defensive. Only good can come from it.


  1. Anonymous2:15 PM

    Think also that the insular setup conveniently enables team/squad selection to be kept among favourites rather than ability, as recent exiles development has indicated.

  2. This is not anything to do with women's rugby but I thought that you might find it interesting? The first video is on a 6 year old rugby league player playing full contact and the next one is when he's 7 years old. Pretty impressive. and


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