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Glasgow Hawks is an amateur rugby union team in Glasgow, Scotland. They were Premiership Division One champions for three consecutive seasons from 2003–04 to 2005–06.
Thomas John Bowe is a former Irish rugby union player from County Monaghan, Ireland. He played on the wing for Ulster, Ireland and the British and Irish Lions. In March 2012, after four years with Ospreys in Swansea, Wales, Bowe returned to Ulster for the 2012/13 season.
John Hayes is a retired Irish rugby union player who played in the Pro12 and Heineken Cup for Munster. He didn't start playing rugby until he was 18; prior to this he played with the local Cappamore GAA club. It was his size that enabled him to overcome his late start to the sport. He continues to "follow GAA in Limerick very much and especially hurling".
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The Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Grey Cup.
Tom Williams or Tommy Williams may refer to:
The Cook Islands is a third tier rugby union playing nation. They began playing international rugby in the early 1971. Thus far, the Cook Islands have not made an appearance at any of the World Cups.
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Tommy Hayes is a Cook Island international rugby union player. He plays as a fly-half.
Thomas Woods is an American historian and author.
Tommy Hayes is a former Irish rugby union player. His preferred position was number 8.
Thomas Samuel Fenwick Seymour is a Scottish professional rugby union player. He made 55 international appearances for the Scotland national rugby union team 2013–2019, scoring 20 tries which placed him fourth-top try scorer for the country. He played in two world cups and the 2017 British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand. His regular playing position is wing.
Calvin Howarth is a New Zealand born former Scotland 'A' international rugby union player. He plays at Fly-half.