History: 1901 – 1930

1901-02 George Hamlet, First Irish Cap

1902-03 Henry J. Anderson, First Irish Cap. A.E. Monaghan, Honorary Secretary Referees Society

1903-04 Jack Moffatt. First Irish Cap

1905-06 James Beckett, Honorary Secretary, Leinster Branch

1907-08 Charlie Adams, First Irish Cap. Final of Leinster Senior Cup, beaten 8-6 by Dublin University

1908-09 Moved to ground at Westfield Park, Harold Cross. Won Leinster Senior Cup beating Blackrock in the final at Lansdowne Road

1910-11 3rd Team in Final of Minor League

1914-18 World War I

1919-20 Re-start at Donnybrook. Hinton who first played on the 1st XV in 1898 turned out again

1920-21 Hinton, President Irish Rugby Football Union, he also refereed Scotland v France

1922-23 Disney Gray, First Irish Cap. 3rd XV reached Final of Minor League

1923-24 Billy Acton became Assistant Honorary Secretary Association of Referees. Dr de Courcy Wheeler, President Association of Referees

1924-25 Billy Acton became Honorary Secretary Junior Section Leinster Branch. Dr. Wheeler refereed Scotland v France. Pavilion built at Donnybrook. Junior Ground at Orwell Road

1925-26 Billy Acton refereed England v Scotland and Wales v England

1926-27 George Hamlet, President Irish Rugby Football Union

1927-28 Pavilion at Donnybrook sold to Leinster Branch. 2nd XV reached the final of the Junior League

1929-30 Billy Acton, President Leinster Branch