Sean O’Loughlin: Wigan Warriors captain to retire at end of 2020 Super League season | Rugby League News

first_img“I’ve always known it would be a difficult decision because it’s something you love doing,” O’Loughlin said. “To not be able to do that going forward is pretty difficult to take.“The reason you start playing as a kid is because you enjoy it and I don’t think I’ve ever lost that enjoyment. It’s got more difficult as you get older, but the enjoyment is still there.“We’ve had tough years and years where we’ve done fantastically well, but I wouldn’t change any of it.- Advertisement – Sean O’Loughlin will retire from rugby league at the end of the season Sean O'Loughlin will retire from rugby league at the end of the season
Sean O'Loughlin will retire from rugby league at the end of the season

Coach praises CC Roscrea after victory over Blackrock

first_imgThe North Tipp School fought back from 14 points to 5 down and scored a late try in the game’s final few minutes to secure the victory. Their Coach Pieter Swanepoel said his side are no longer just competing, they are winning. He said: https://soundcloud.com/tippfmradio/coach-pieter-swanepoel-on-his-sides-win-over-blackrock The full-time score in Donnybrook was Blackrock 14 Cistercian College Roscrea 17. Roscrea join Clongowes and Newbridge in the semi-finals, meaning three non-Dublin teams in the final four. The last of the quarter-finals between Monkstown and Belvedere, takes place on tomorrow. Elsewhere, the draw for the semi-finals of the Munster Senior Schools Cup will see Rockwell College cup against Limerick side Glenstal. The Tipp School saw off the challenge of St Munchins in Clanwilliam earlier this week.And the other semi-final has Ardscoil Rís up against Presentation Brothers College of Cork.last_img read more