|Director||Donald Taylor Black|
|Plot||An observational documentary, which looks at Clongowes Wood College, through the prism of its Leinster Senior Cup rugby team. Founded in 1814 by the Jesuits, Clongowes is one of the most famous schools in Ireland and its best-known former pupil is James Joyce. An all-boys fee-paying boarding school, sitting on a three hundred acre estate in County Kildare, it has always been influential in the Irish catholic establishment. The film starts at the beginning of the school year, full of hope, and ends with the last match of the cup campaign and its emotional aftermath.... search for Clongowes: The Greater Glory on IMDb|
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