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Blackrock College RFC Honors Players for 100 All Ireland League Appearances

In a heartfelt ceremony at Blackrock College RFC, Peter Quirke and Paul McSweeney were honoured for their remarkable achievement of reaching 100 appearances each in the All Ireland League. The event, which took place recently, saw the duo receive special caps from Rugby Club President Paul Flavin, amidst applause and admiration from teammates, coaches, and supporters.

The presentation served as a testament to the dedication and perseverance demonstrated by Quirke and McSweeney throughout their rugby careers. Their consistent presence on the field has not only contributed to the success of Blackrock College RFC but has also exemplified the values of commitment and passion for the sport.

Rugby Club President Paul Flavin expressed his admiration for the two players, highlighting their unwavering commitment to the team and the sport. He commended their exemplary leadership both on and off the field, underscoring the positive impact they have had on their teammates and the broader rugby community.

Quirke and McSweeney shared their gratitude for the recognition and reflected on the journey that led them to this milestone. They expressed their deep-rooted affection for Blackrock College RFC and emphasised the importance of teamwork and camaraderie in their achievements.

The occasion was marked by a sense of pride and camaraderie, as players, coaches, and supporters came together to celebrate Quirke and McSweeney's remarkable accomplishment. The event not only honoured their individual achievements but also highlighted the collective spirit and ethos of Blackrock College RFC.

As Quirke and McSweeney donned their special caps, adorned with the club's emblem, it served as a poignant reminder of their enduring legacy within the Blackrock College RFC community. Their dedication and commitment to the sport serve as an inspiration to aspiring rugby players and a testament to the values upheld by the club.

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