Tag: Ireland

US firm Acacia creates 30 new jobs at Limerick base

US firm Acacia creates 30 new jobs at Limerick base

| December 7, 2016

  US firm, Acacia Communications plans to hire 30 new employees as the NASDAQ listed company establishes its European headquarters in Limerick. The firm, who is a leading provider of high-speed coherent optical interconnect products, made the announcement this Wednesday morning that it has established headquarters in Limerick. The Limerick facility will support operations for Europe, […]

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Rugby – Limerick’s Earls returns for Aussie clash

Rugby – Limerick’s Earls returns for Aussie clash

| November 24, 2016

IRELAND COACH Joe Schmidt has named the match day 23 that will face Australia at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday in the final game of the 2016 Guinness Series. There are four changes to the side that started last week’s game against New Zealand.  Garry Ringrose and Paddy Jackson start in place of the injured […]

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Rugby – Limerick’s James Smith to lead Ireland versus Australia

Rugby – Limerick’s James Smith to lead Ireland versus Australia

| November 21, 2016

LIMERICK’S  James Smith (9) will lead Ireland into battle against Australia next weekend at the Aviva Stadium.  James was selected from hundreds of possible “mascots” as part of an online competition by Aviva, sponsor of the Aviva Mini Rugby Festivals, to walk the team out against the Wallabies on Saturday evening. The Garryowen FC U-10 […]

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Rugby – Ireland Women’s XV named to face Canada

Rugby – Ireland Women’s XV named to face Canada

| November 16, 2016

IRELAND Women’s Head Coach Tom Tierney has named the Ireland Women’s side, sponsored by Aon, to play Canada in their second game of the November Series this Saturday in the UCD Bowl at 2pm. Tierney has made ten changes (including two new caps),  to the starting team that narrowly lost out 12-10 to England last […]

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Socials – Network Ireland Limerick event in the Savoy Hotel

Socials – Network Ireland Limerick event in the Savoy Hotel

| November 14, 2016

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Rugby – Munster trio called into Ireland squad

Rugby – Munster trio called into Ireland squad

| November 7, 2016

IRELAND coach Joe Schmidt has added a further six players to the squad of 34 originally named ahead of the Test Match in Chicago. Munster trio Dave Kilcoyne, Jack O’Donoghue, Darren Sweetnam (Munster), Niyi Adeolokun, Tiernan O’Halloran (Connacht) and Dan Leavy (Leinster) have joined the squad today at Carton House. Jordi Murphy leaves the squad […]

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Rugby – Ireland name squad for All Blacks Chicago test

Rugby – Ireland name squad for All Blacks Chicago test

| October 26, 2016

THE IRISH RUGBY Coaching Team have announced a squad of 34 players that will prepare for the fixture against New Zealand on Saturday 5th November. The squad will gather in Carton House on Sunday 30th October following the Guinness Pro12 fixtures between Ulster and Munster (Friday 19.05) and Leinster and Connacht (Saturday 17.15).  The team […]

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Anthony Foley to be laid to rest on Friday

Anthony Foley to be laid to rest on Friday

| October 18, 2016

THE rugby legend, who is being mourned by his family in Killaloe and the rugby fraternity both near and far, will be laid to rest this Friday after it was confirmed the remains of the Anthony Foley will be flown home on Wednesday. The Munster and Ireland rugby legend died suddenly in Paris at the weekend […]

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#VIDEO Foley family was ‘plunged deep into an incomprehensible darkness’

#VIDEO Foley family was ‘plunged deep into an incomprehensible darkness’

| October 17, 2016

AS THOUSANDS of people, from home and abroad, are expected to sign books of condolence for the late Munster and Ireland legend, Anthony Foley, the family of the rugby legend have said that they have been “plunged deep into an incomprehensible darkness”, following Anthony’s death The 42-year-old died in Paris, as he was preparing for Munster’s first […]

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Munster mourns a fallen hero

Munster mourns a fallen hero

| October 17, 2016

Books of condolence will opened across Munster at noon today in memory of Munster Rugby legend Anthony Foley. The seven local authorities in Munster (Clare County Council; Cork City Council; Cork County Council; Kerry County Council; Limerick City and County Council; Tipperary County Council; Waterford City and County Council) will open books of condolence to allow […]

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