Ross O’Carroll-Kelly demands vengeance for Leinster Senior Cup treatment

Schools rugby holy grail the Leinster Senior Cup has gone rural, and Ross O’Carroll-Kelly is NOT happy.

Cistercian College Roscrea won the Leinster schools competition for the first time last Sunday and brought the coveted Senior Cup for its inaugural visit to Offaly.

The Roscrea lads have brought it on a tour of its new home - and are enraging the D4 stalwart in the process.

The star of ‘The Shelbourne Ultimatum’ and ‘This Champagne Mojito Is The Last Thing I Own’ is starting a campaign to rescue his beloved Cup and punish the offenders with a lamb boycott.

He might have to extend that to include beef - according to Twitter the Cup is getting a thorough introduction to rural life.

Oh dear.

More in this Section

PFA chief Gordon Taylor insists players will do all they can to save clubsPFA chief Gordon Taylor insists players will do all they can to save clubs

Raymond Van Barneveld gets one over old rival Phil Taylor in charity matchRaymond Van Barneveld gets one over old rival Phil Taylor in charity match

Joe Schmidt missing 'the adrenalin rush' of coaching at the highest levelJoe Schmidt missing 'the adrenalin rush' of coaching at the highest level

Munster chief Leddy proud of GAA response to pandemicMunster chief Leddy proud of GAA response to pandemic


Lifestyle

Ongoing incarceration with the whole family can benefit all if you get everyone involved in home décor projects, writes Carol O’CallaghanSeize this chance to play house and get everyone involved in projects

A new book tells the fascinating tale of how Fred Astaire’s sister Adele gave up her own dance career to marry the owner of an Irish castle, writes Marjorie Brennan.How Fred Astaire’s sister Adele married the owner of an Irish castle

This is an edited extract from Pretty Bitches by Lizzie Skurnick, left, the creator of the New York Times magazine word-coinage column ‘That Should Be a Word’, and a veritable queen of coinage. This essay is by Amy S Choi called Effortless.‘Smart women aren’t supposed to care about beauty. But I do.’

Ask Audrey has been sorting out Cork people for ages...Ask Audrey: I’m so ahead of the curve dude, I’m already worried about getting Covid-20

More From The Irish Examiner