Job Langbroek

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Job Langbroek (born 1 July 1957) is a former Irish rugby union international player who played for the Irish national rugby union team and also for Blackrock College. He played as a prop forward. He played for the Ireland team in 1987 winning his only cap against Tonga in a 32–9 win at the 1987 Rugby World Cup. [1] He currently works as an analyst for Davy Stockbrokers.

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