Reflections of a rugby rebel: What next for Ireland’s anti-rugby movement?

During my time in secondary school I founded a subversive, underground organisation whose members were sworn to secrecy and vowed to use all means necessary in pursuit of its goal.

We were determined, passionate and idealistic, traits born from a genuine sense of injustice, as well as an increasing fondness for cheap Dutch lager.

Ours was a band of brothers tied together not by political or economic ideals but by an assault on our collective sporting senses.

We were D.A.A.R: Direct Action Against Rugby.

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