Wheelchair Rugby

Irish Wheelchair Rugby Team to compete at World Champs

The Irish Wheelchair Rugby team will make history next week as they compete at the IWRF World Championships in Sydney, Australia for the first time ever. The game was first introduced to Ireland in 1997 and is played in Cork, Laois, Dublin and Belfast currently. The Irish team secured qualification to the upcoming World Championships
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Irish Wheelchair Rugby Team Bid for World Championships Qualification

The Irish Wheelchair Rugby team will compete at the World Championship Qualifiers in Switzerland from the 4th to the 8th April. Four qualification slots for the World Championships later in the year are up for grabs in this 8 team competition. The action begins on Wednesday, with Irelands first game vs New Zealand (11am) on
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Para Sport Expo – July 22nd

We are delighted to to host a Para Sport Expo event on Friday the 22nd of July from 10am to 2pm at the Irish Wheelchair Association in Clontarf, Dublin. The event promises to be a great opportunity to learn about the different para sports in Ireland currently and how to get involved in them. There
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IWRF European A Championships

Irish Wheelchair Rugby team set to depart for IWRF European A Championships This Saturday the Irish Wheelchair Rugby squad will depart for the 2015 IWRF European A Wheelchair Rugby Championships. Ten players will make up the team, which will represent Ireland at the forthcoming Championships, to be held in Pajulahti, Finland from 13th – 20th
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3rd Annual NRH Championships – Sept 5th

The NRH Championships will take place on Saturday the 5th of September 2015. Now in its 3rd year the NRH Championships are open to past and current patients of the NRH and once again will include many sports such as handcycling, wheelchair rugby, wheelchair basketball, table tennis, wheelchair tennis, athletics and fencing to list a
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Wheelchair Rugby Europeans – Prague

Ireland is in Prague this week competing against seven other nations in the B Division of the European Championships of Wheelchair Rugby, from the 11th to the 19th of April. Apart from competing for the gold, Ireland will also be in contention against Austria, France, Italy, Poland, Russia, Switzerland and the Czech Republic for two available spots
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