Irish Lions & Tommy Bowe

Thomas John Tommy Bowe (Irish: Tomás Ó Buaigh, born 22 February 1984) is an Irish rugby union footballer from County Monaghan, Ireland. 5.0/5

Irish Lions Tommy Bowe Simon Zebo Western Force Sam Warburton Jamie Heaslip Rory Best Declan Fitzpatrick George North Paddy Jackson Manu Tuilagi Warren Gatland Ben Youngs Queensland Reds Rob Kearney Chris Henry Grand Slam Tom Youngs Shane Williams

City-of Armagh vs Boyne - 26 Jan 2014 PREMATCH LUNCH & POST MATCH LIVE MUSIC from 'Worn Down Shoes' Tickets (£20) for the pre-match lunch are limited but a limited number can still be sourced by texting a request to Andrew Rowan on 07771 578471. Saturday afternoon sees the President of the Irish Rugby Football Union, Pat Fitzgerald, and Tommy Bowe attend the pre-match lunch prior to the All-Ireland league fixture with Boyne RFC. Kildare born Pat is the current president and hails from Longford RFC where he had a distinguished playing career as a scrum-half/centre. He has served on the marketing committee and recently has brought a new dimension and unprecedented success in terms of sponsorships and revenues generated for the union. Also in attendance will be the British and Irish Lions star, Tommy Bowe. Unfortunately Tommy is currently on the sidelines due to an injury but, no doubt, he will be able to keep the guests more than well informed following Ulster’s brilliant win in Leicester on Saturday in ...
Stuart Barnes, please note that Ulster have injuries to Stephen Ferris and Tommy Bowe (Two Brtish and Irish Lions) and also Declan Fitzpatrick and Paddy Wallace (Two Irish internationals), so our bench isn't a result of Leicester injuries.
Ireland team to play Samoa November 7, 2013 Schmidt has named his first Ireland team, to take on Samoa this weekend. Paul O’Connell has been named Ireland captain, but as he is on the bench vice-captain Jamie Heaslip will lead the team out this weekend. Paddy Jackson gets the nod at fly-half ahead of Ian Madigan, while Fergus McFadden joins Tommy Bowe and Rob Kearney in an experienced back three. Continuing that theme, Gordon D’Arcy and Brian O’Driscoll rekindle their partnership in the midfield. Jack McGrath wins his first cap at loosehead, while there is a grand total of nine British and Irish Lions in the squad – six in the starting XV, and three on the bench. Ireland team to play Samoa: 15. Rob Kearney 14. Tommy Bowe 13. Brian O’Driscoll 12. Gordon D’Arcy 11. Fergus McFadden 10. Paddy Jackson 9. Conor Murray 8. Jamie Heaslip (c) 7. Chris Henry 6. Peter O’Mahony 5. Devin Toner 4. Mike McCarthy 3. Mike Ross 2. Rory Best 1. Jack McGrath REPLACEMENTS 16. Sean Cronin 17. Cian Healy 18. Declan ...
Tommy Bowe sidelined after wrist surgery - Ireland and British & Irish Lions winger Tommy Bowe is out for four to ...
Ulster rugby say Tommy Bowe is facing four to six weeks on the sidelines after an injury sustained during the British and Irish Lions Tour.
The British and Irish Lions take on the Wallabies in Sydney for the Lions tour series decider. Best of luck to Jonathan Sexton, Conor Murray, Sean O' Brien and Tommy Bowe. Due to the antics of Gatland and constant pressure over the Lions this week I think the Aussies now have an advantage. That is why I predict them to win by 10 points. The only way I think the Lions can win is at scrum and the boot of Leigh Halpenny
In a move that surprised the rugby world, veteran Welsh winger Shane Williams has been added to the British and Irish Lions squad. The 36 year old former World Player of the Year was due to work as a radio pundit an the 1st test against Australia this weekend but has changed his plans after receiving the call up. Lions coach Warren Gatland confirmed that Williams will play against the ACT Brumbies on Tuesday then leave the camp on Wednesday. Williams, who has been playing 2nd tier rugby in Japan with Mitsubishi Dynabours, is 1 of 3 players called up with English backs Brad Barritt and Christian Wade also named to play against the Brumbies. Irishman Rory Best will captain the side which also features Sean O'Brien and Robert Kearney, making his 1st start of the tour, while Simon Zebo is named amongst the replacements. Billy Twelvetrees, who only arrived in Australia on Friday, will line up at inside centre with George North, Jamie Roberts, Tommy Bowe and Manu Tuilagi all battling injuries of varying degrees ...
Best of the Weekend: Lions tested, England cruise Posted on Jun 10, 2013 Lions battle to hard-fought victory in Queensland On a jam-packed weekend of international rugby, you could be forgiven for missing the odd fixture here or there, but if there was one game that should have been set in stone in your diary, it was the Queensland Reds playing host to the British and Irish Lions. Though the Lions eventually won 22-12, the game was anything but plain sailing, and gave Warren Gatland’s squad exactly the kind of test they needed if they are to be prepared for the Wallabies in just under two weeks’ time. The game wasn’t all good news however, as Tommy Bowe broke a bone in his hand, and is now a major doubt for the rest of the tour, with fellow Irish international Simon Zebo being called up as cover. A try for Ben Youngs and a flawless kicking performance from the tee for Owen Farrell were enough to secure victory for the Lions, with the latter easing some concerns over his place in the squad, showing m ...
British & Irish Lions say Tommy Bowe could yet feature in rest of tour after surgery on broken hand and winger may be fit in two weeks.
Another Lion bows out of tour The British and Irish Lions have suffered yet another injury blow, with Irish winger Tommy Bowe set to undergo the knife on a broken hand. Bowe picked up the injury in the Lions' 22-12 victory over the Queensland Reds on Saturday night, and coach Warren Gatland said he would miss the remainder of the tour. "According to the medics he'll probably need an operation," he said. "I think you can deduce from this that he'll play no further part. I would say that's it as far as Tommy is concerned." Gatland was in no doubt as to the significance of the loss. "The experience he brings, and being able to play right wing, left wing, centre and full back, means he is a huge loss for us. He slotted in well on the left wing tonight. "If you think about the two guys we are bringing out in terms of replacements they are absolutely quality players. If Alex Corbisiero hadn't been injured then he would have been in the mix and Ryan Grant has had an excellent season as well." The latest setback ...
IRELAND'S Simon Zebo will join the British & Irish Lions as cover for Tommy Bowe. Zebo will arrive in Sydney on Tuesday
Match No. 3 of the 2013 British & Irish Lions Tour to Australia. The British & Irish Lions v The Queensland Reds. Saturday 8th June 2013 Kick Off - 10.30am (BST) (7.30pm (Local Time)) at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. 2013 British & Irish Lions Captain, Sam Warburton debuts (as the 800th Lions player in their long and proud history), in what will be the biggest test so for for the tourists, as they take on Ewen Mckenzie's, Queensland / Super XV outfit! Gethin Jenkins, Tom Youngs, Matt Stevens, Geoff Parling and Ben Youngs all get their first start of the tour, leaving Rob Kearney as the only member of the 2013 Lions party, not to have played as yet! Aussie Test squad cast-off, Quade Copper, will play Fly-Half for the Reds, adding a certain spice to the encounter! British & Irish Lions Team: 15. Stuart Hogg (Glasgow Warriors / Scotland) 14. Alex Cuthbert (Cardiff Blues / Wales) 13. Manusamoa Tuilagi (Leicester Tigers / England) 12. Jonathan Davies (Scarlets / Wales) 11. Tommy Bowe (Ulster / Ireland) 10. ...
Western Force v British and Irish Lions: Lions player ratings Posted on Jun 5, 2013 15. Leigh Halfpenny: 8.5 No more needs be said about his kicking – 100% from all corners of the pitch speaks for itself. Will never have the explosiveness that Hogg does, but did show some lovely touches in attack when joining the line. 14. Tommy Bowe: 7.5 Grabbed a try and looked menacing every time he got the ball. Great to see him threatening again like that, given his lack of game time over the past year. 13: Brian O’Driscoll: 8 Can anyone still claiming he is past his best stop now please? Scored two tries, the first involving a beautiful exchange of hands with George North and the second needing intelligent and well-timed support play to follow Tuilagi through a hole. 12. Manu Tuilagi: 7.5 Was kept reasonably quiet, but look how much space that opened up for the men around him. His partnership with O’Driscoll, if given time to gel, could become one of the most devastating ever seen. Beautifully soft hands after ...
Brian O'Driscoll will captain the British & Irish Lions against Western Force on Wednesday as one of eight Ireland players named in a completely changed starting XV. O’Driscoll, playing in his fourth Lions tour, will lead the side in the continued absence of Wales’ RBS 6 Nations Grand Slam winning captain Sam Warburton, who is recovering from a knee problem. Gatland has made 15 changes to the side that started the 59-8 victory over the Barbarians in Hong Kong on Saturday, ensuring Paul O’Connell, captain that day, is rested. Along with O’Driscoll, Tommy Bowe, Jonny Sexton, Connor Murray, Cian Healy, Rory Best, Sean O’Brien and Jamie Heaslip have all been selected to start. For O’Driscoll it is a return to Perth, the city where he started his first game for the Lions at full-back in 2001. “I am a bit more comfortable playing at 13 this time," he said. "It is very exciting. I haven't lost any of the buzz about being involved with the Lions. It is still a very special place to be. “Now we hav ...
Ulster team named for RaboDirect PRO12 Final 24 May 2013, John Afoa will start for Ulster against Leinster in the RaboDirect PRO12 Final John Afoa will start at tighthead in the only change to the Ulster team that defeated the Scarlets a fortnight ago for tomorrow's RaboDirect PRO12 Final against Leinster at the RDS (Kick Off 16.45). The All Black prop missed the Play Off with a hamstring strain but has been passed fit for the end-of-season finale. Afoa will join this summer’s Ireland captain, Rory Best, and Tom Court in the front row, while Ulster Captain, Johann Muller, continues his partnership with Dan Tuohy in the second-row. Robbie Diack and Chris Henry start either side of the scrum with the RaboDirect PRO12 Players’ Player of the Year, Nick Williams, selected at Number 8. Ruan Pienaar starts at scrumhalf, with Paddy Jackson named at outhalf. 20 year-old Stuart Olding partners Darren Cave in midfield with British and Irish Lions winger, Tommy Bowe, joining Andrew Trimble and Jared Payne in the ...
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