- Date of Birth30 Oct 1992
- BirthplaceDublin, Ireland
- Height1.93m (6' 4)
- Weight108kg (17st 0lbs)
Established in 2009 we offer wholesale supply of the finest selection of Granite, Marble, Limestone, Slate and Quartz Slabs.
We recognised that customers needed a reliable wholesaler with effective quality control and sufficient stock holding to cater for all tastes and requirements. It is notoriously difficult to consistently supply quality material of adequate size therefore this is what we strive to achieve time and time again, to be unique in a competitive market place.
We are rapidly building a reputation for quality, and being able to provide deliveries at short notice. As demand has increased so has our Material Collection. This growth is facilitated by the effective procurement of materials using strong alliances with trusted suppliers. These relationships have been formed over many years of experience in the stone industry.
The focus of our business is purely wholesale therefore we do not sell directly to private customers. If you are a trade customer a pricelist is available upon request. Please see our contact section for details of how to find us.
Visit our website: istones.co.uk
Back-rower Jordan Coghlan joined Leicester Tigers in the summer of 2019 after two seasons with Nottingham in Championship rugby.
He played his early rugby with Clontarf in Dublin and enjoyed schools’ cup success with Clongowes Wood College as well as spending four years in the Leinster academy. He made his senior provincial debut against the Dragons at the age of 20.
Part of the Ireland squad at the World Under-20s, he was also a two-time winner of the British and Irish Cup with Leinster ‘A’ before making eight appearances in a season with Munster and then moving to Nottingham at the start of the 2017/18 season.
He played on the wing in a Championship fixture against Richmond during March 2019 before moving back to his orthodox No8 position the following week against Ealing.
After making his Tigers debut in a Cup win over Exeter early in 2019/20, he also scored the vital try in victory at Cardiff Blues in the second round of the European Challenge Cup to kickstart a run to the competition semi-finals.
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