Montreal Irish Prems and Reserve win at home after 3 week break

After a 3 week break the Irish Men were itching to get some rugby play in.  Starting a 3 week home game stretch the Irish were welcoming an alert and ready Wanderers who were wishing to wash away their previous losses to the Club de Rugby Quebec.


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Montreal Irish Reserve win 39-0 against Wanderers

First up were the Irish Men’s Reserves, who with a solid bench of 22 players, handily won 39-0 on hot and humid Saturday afternoon in Ste-Julie.  The reserves displayed that they were willing to do anything to keep the ball in the opposition’s field including blocking a kick using one Alex Wolfe’s face who would not let a possible broken nose take him out of play.  Defensively the team also showed great resolve as the Wanderers, desperate to get a mark on the score sheet were unable to score a try even though they were camped on the Irish’s line for a solid 5 mins near the end of the second half.

Of mention are the duo of Phil Bibeau and Seb Juan-Alladio who scored 3 and 2 tries respectively.


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Montreal Irish Prem gwin 30-13 against the Wanderers on a hot July 7th.

Next up were the First’s, now fired up from the Reserve’s win, came to the field and won 30-13 against the Wanderers.  International Cap player Marvin Taylor scored his first try of the season.


Thus concluded a very successful weekend in Sainte-Julie which included a mini rugby camp in the early morning.  The men showed that their thirst for victory did not wane during the three week break which included a Club trip to Toronto to watch a Canada vs Ireland test match who all that went say should be done again.

Stay tuned for next week as Saint-Julie will be hosting a SUPER SATURDAY and all Irish squads will be playing at home.   The men’s will be looking to even up against the Ottawa Indians and the thirds a friendly against St-Jean.  The women’s will be facing the Ottawa Indians and Hull.  Expect a lot a cheering and great rugby.