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Congratulations to our head coach and players who picked up a total of four awards at this year’s Ulster Bank League Awards.

In a season that saw the Senior 1st XV lift an unparalleled four cups it was somewhat fitting that we should also lift four awards at the ceremony that recognises the coaching and player achievements throughout the season.

Take a bow:

Mike Ruddock – crowned the Division 1A Coach of the Year having led his team to the title, winning 18 of 20 games.

 

17 May 2018; Mike Ruddock of Lansdowne FC, Co Dublin, is presented with the Ulster Bank Division 1A Coach of the Year Award by Ireland rugby head coach Joe Schmidt during the Ulster Bank League Awards at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

 

17 May 2018; Ireland rugby head coach Joe Schmidt and Carol McMahon, Head of Business Marketing and Sponsorship, Ulster Bank, join the award-winners during the Ulster Bank League Awards at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile *** NO REPRODUCTION FEE ***

Harry Brennan – beat a very competitive field to claim the Leinster Player of the Year award.

Harry Brennan Leinster Player of the Year 2018

 

Dan McEvoy – finished off a terrific team effort against Young Munster on the Aviva Stadium’s main pitch to claim the #UBLTry of the year.

And last but not least, the one and only

Scott Deasy – claimed the Top Points Scorer gong for his outstanding club record-breaking 219 points tally this season.

 

17 May 2018; Scott Deasy of Lansdowne FC, Co Dublin, is presented with the Ulster Bank Division 1A Top Points Scorer Award by Ireland rugby head coach Joe Schmidt during the Ulster Bank League Awards at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

17 May 2018; Scott Deasy of Lansdowne FC winner of Top Points Scorer, pictured with his award at the Ulster Bank League Awards at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

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