News from Bective
In being nominated to the highest office in Irish rugby, the well known Dublin accountant, from Sandycove, Co. Dublin, enhances a proud record by the Bective Rangers club, who also provided IRFU Presidents, John Hamilton O'Conor (1911-12), William G.
Clonakilty v Bective Rangers. D.L.S.P. v Old Crescent. Dublin University/Galwegians v Barnhall. Highfield v Greystones. Malone v Co. Carlow. Suttonians v U.C.C.. Thomond v Midleton. Dolphin/Young Munster v Old Belvedere. Saturday, 28th October. Bective ...
The IRFU have announced the AIB League fixtures for next season. The League will open across all three divisions on October 15th and will run through until April 29th, 2006. The divisional semi final playoffs will take place on Saturday, May 6th, with ...
“Barnhall fought tooth and nail to the 80th minute and that is what the game of rugby football is all about pride and playing to whistle, I can't believe the results Bective got in the four games leading into the Highfield game to go down and ...
City of Derryare ready for play off home semi-final
“Obviously we are bitterly disappointed at how the league worked out,” added McMaster, “We were also disappointed with the manner in which Bective travelled Cork because it affected both ends of the table. To concede three converted tries in injury ...
City of Derry entertain Sunday's Well in play-offs
Standing on 180 acres, Bective Demesne has a deep affiliation to nearby Bective Abbey and would be regarded as a historic landmark property in the area. Located almost equidistant from Trim and Navan, Bective Demesne comes to the market with a 13,100 ...
<b>Bective</b> Demesne – a historic landmark in Co Meath
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