The Clontarf Rugby Club Annual ladies lunch in aid of Action Breast Cancer is back!
In its third year, this annual event will be taking place on Saturday March 23rd, and is looking to be better than ever.
After an outstandingly successful day in the past two years attended by 320 ladies in total, a total of €14,120 was raised.
This year they are hoping to break the €20,000 mark.
Tables are now sold out but please contact email@example.com if you would like to donate or support.
The Ladies Lunch Committee are pictures below, left to right: Jen Higgins, Karen Mulvaney, Shane Harnett, Sinead Dennis, Orla O'Mahony & Niamh Rankin.
We have some updates on the much anticipated Strictly Come Dancing challenge being held in the Wright Venue this month, on Saturday February 23rd from 7.30pm.
Tickets for the Strictly Come Dancing Fundraising Challenge are now sold out!
There is a named guest list for a small number of people to pay on the door on the night. This is quickly being filled and is soon to be closed.
Anyone interesting in being on the guest list can contact Karen Mulvaney by phone on 087 6671986 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event, which is a fundraiser for the Clontarf Rugby Youth & Minis, will entail 28 Clontarf locals taking part in a Strictly Come Dancing competition, and is sure to be a super night out.
For a sneak peak of the contestants in training, and exclusive interviews, check out the links below!
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Clontarf Hockey Club will be holding a table quiz on Thursday, January 31st. It will be held in the main bar of Clontarf Rugby Club and will kick off at 8.30pm.
Tables of four will have an entry fee of €40. All are welcome so please feel free to bring friends and family.
Donations of prizes for the raffle on the night would be greatly appreciated. Email Karen at email@example.com if you would like to donate a prize.
Check out their Facebook event to stay up to date.
Don't miss your chance to meet some of the soon-to-be stars of Clontarf's Strictly Come Dancing, before they become famous!
Assuming they can still move after their first two dance training sessions this week, contestants Dairine Flynn, Denise Simpson, Grainne Kyne, Helen Mooney, Helena Duggan and Maria Cunningham will be hosting a coffee morning in the intimate surroundings of Clontarf Rugby Club.
The coffee morning, taking place in the Rugby Club on Friday, January 11th from 9.30 - 11am, is a chance…
Wright Venue in Swords will be holding a fundraiser, a Strictly Come Dancing Fundraising Challenge, on Saturday, February 23rd.
The event will kick off at 7.30pm and is a fundraiser for the Clontarf Rugby Youth & Minis.
The event will entail 28 Clontarf locals taking part in a Strictly Come Dancing competition, and is sure to be a super night out.
The 28 contestants will begin their six week intensive training next week, which will include four hours of professional dance coaching per week until the night itself,…
Just a reminder that tomorrow, Friday November 30th, Castle Avenue will be hosting another Floodlit Friday match.
Clontarf will be facing Old Belvedere in the latest match in the AIL League. Kick off is at 7.30pm.
These Floodlit Friday events always prove to be a great night out, so be sure to pop down to Castle Avenue tomorrow evening to support the 'Tarf!
You can view the full AIL Rugby fixtures here.
Calling all Herrs and Fräuleins!
The second annual Clontarf Rugby Club Oktoberfest will return to Castle Avenue for one night only on Saturday September 29th.
Tickets are €20 and are available behind the club bar.
Your ticket will entitle you to two drinks, food and a giant beer glass to take home with you.
Happy hour will take place from 8-9pm so get down early and support your club!
ROAR Over 18′s only
Ireland secured their best ever finish at the Junior World Championship of rugby in South Africa after beating France in the play off for 5th spot. This followed a tremendous win over England in their previous match.
Clontarf forwards Des Merry and Tadhg Furlong featured throughout as forwards on the Irish team while fullback Mikey Sherlock played against Italy and South Africa.
Congratulations to the players and to Clontarf Rugby - more good news at the end of a very successful season for the club.
Overdo it at the bank holiday? Come stretch your legs at the Bull Fundraiser Walk this Saturday at 2pm!
Get down to the Rugby Club for 12.30 for registration and to drop in your sponsorship card. There are two walks to choose from, a 5k or for those up for a challenge the 10k walk.
This will be yet another great day out for the club with all proceeds going towards the refurbishment of both the rugby and cricket clubhouses.
Click below for more details and to download a sponsorship card. GO THE TARF! http://www.clontarfrugby.com/news/the-bull-walk/
Following the heartbreak of Saturday where Clontarf's senior team lost out to St Mary's in the Ulster Bank League, there was some consolation for the club today as Clontarf's J1 team ran out worthy winners of the 98FM Metro Cup.
In a hard fought final at Donnybrook, they overcame NUIM Barnhall by 21-16.
Match report here.