01.10.2012 [Irish Independent] - And while Dublin steadied the ship with two quick-fire points from JamesRoche, the Dubs were cut open again when Tadhg Gallagher's searing pace took him clear to register their second goal and give them a 2-4 to 0-4 lead after 14 minutes. Tipp would
JamesM. Roche (December 16, 1906 - June 6, 2004) was an American statistician who served as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chairman of the Board at General Motors Corporation. He is credited for promoting racial equality within General Motors (GM).
30.09.2012 [RTE.ie] - JamesRoche justified his late inclusion in the Dublin side by flashing over a couple of early points, and Paul Winters converted his second free to keep Shay Boland's side in touch. But the passion and drive with which Tipp were playing overwhelmed
30.09.2012 [The Sun] - The Dubs had a brief flurry when JamesRoche scored two points inside a minute and they steadied the defence when they pulled a man back and left Shane Barrett free in front of their full-back line. Their shooting was poor but credit is due to the Tipp
30.09.2012 [The Score] - 13.31 – One change I neglected to mention earlier before throw-in was JamesRoche from Ballyboden-St Enda's starts in attack for Dublin instead of Caolan Conway. 13.33 – Tipperary 2-5 Dublin 0-5: 18 mins – Winters taps over a free for Dublin to cut the
The net of law is spread so wide, No sinner from its sweep may hide. Its meshes are so fine and strong They take in every child of wrong. O wondrous web of mystery ! Big fish alone escape from thee ! -"The Net Of Law", The V-A-S-E & Other Bric-a-Brac (published by Richard G. Badger Company, Boston, 1900)
21.09.2012 [Haringey Independent] - Austen Aggrey's strong tackling forced an error and JamesRoche took advantage to score Skolars' first try. Tom Ronayne added a second soon afterwards after a strong run by fellow winger Ibrahim Kabia, but when Sam Blayden was sin-binned for a tackle
20.09.2012 [Hornsey, Crouch End & Muswell Hill Journal] - Skolars didn't have it all their own way in the opening stages, but Aggrey's strong tackling forced an error and JamesRoche took advantage to score Skolars' first try, while Tom Ronayne added a second soon. Sam Blayden was sin-binned for a tackle off