Saturday 30th November kicked off the first of three matches to be played, in the Women's Interprovincial Rugby Series. The Leinster Squad has put in tremendous passion, determination and grit in the lead up to the Interprovincial Competitions. Captained by Marie Louise Reilly, the team beat both Connacht 12-0, and the Exiles 19-0, in pre competition friendlies. They executed true skill, creativity & drive against Ulster on Saturday in the first Interprovincial match; it was champagne rugby resulting in a winning score line of 41-7 to Leinster.
Clontarf is sure to be championing, what is a household name, Fiona Coghlan. Proud to be born and reared in Clontarf & currently teaching in Lucan Community College, she boasts an impression Rugby career thus far. She has achieved 11 All Ireland league titles with UL Bohs, 2 Interprovincial Titles and last year was part of…
Rugby is a sport that is at the heart of the Clontarf community and in the hearts of the people of Clontarf.
Clontarf Rugby Club is The Dublin club that gave Cian Healy and Brian O’Driscoll their starts and is playing the Barbarians next April.
Now a household name, the O'Driscoll family have a long history with CRC as Frank and Bill O’Driscoll, Brian’s father and grandfather, played for Clontarf at centre and scrum-half respectively. Frank was a fine player, who captained Clontarf in 1976 and played for Ireland against Argentina. Unfortunately, back then Argentina were not listed as a Test nation.
The Club itself has a long history and below are a few facts:
Clontarf Rugby Club Facts
- Founded: 1876
- Home grounds: Castle Avenue
- Club colours: Blue and Red hoops, white shorts, blue and…
On Saturday the 23rd of November, Clontarf FC in conjunction with The Gathering 2013 will host their traditional pre-international party to welcome our New Zealand friends to the rugby club and celebrate the strong connection our club has with New Zealand rugby past, present & future.
The night literally kicks off at 7.15pm when the first ever Kiwi Irish over 35s take on the unbeaten Clontarf selection of over 35s. The New Zealand side will comprise a selection of the finest Kiwi natives who have fallen in love with this beautiful Island (or usually one of it’s…
Here's a great night out on Friday for all you foodies...
This is an invitation to the launch night of a lovely new cookbook featuring the best of family recipes submitted by parents, pupils and staff of Greenlanes NS and also many sponsored recipes submitted by local restaurants and businesses who have kindly supported the project.
The book will be launched by Clontarf's Fiona Coghlan, Captain of the all conquering Irish Womens Rugby team...
6.30 to 8.00pm at Clontarf Lawn Tennis Club on Oulton Road.
And you'll still be home in time for the Late Late……
Calling all Herrs and Fräuleins for the 2013 Oktoberfest!
The third annual Clontarf Rugby Club Oktoberfest will return to Castle Avenue for one night only on Saturday September 28th.
Tickets only €20 which includes 2 beers and food.
Tickets available from Clontarf Rugby Club. Tickets go on sale 6th September.
Happy hour will take place from 8-9pm so get down early and support your club!
ROAR Over 18′s only
Update: The date for this event has been changed to Saturday, June 8th.
On Saturday June 8th, CLG Chluain Tarbh will celebrate the success of our own Fiona Coghlan, who captained the Irish Womens Rugbaí Team to the Grand Slam this year.
The event will include a dinner and will be followed by a Question and Answer session with Fiona, hosted by Damien O'Meara from RTÉ.
The club will also make a presentation to Fiona on the night.
Tickets cost €20 and include entry, dinner and a raffle ticket. Tickets are available from Christine…
Mount Temple will be holding a table quiz this Thursday, May 2nd. It will kick off at 8pm and will be held in Clontarf Rugby Club.
A table of 4 will cost €40 and your support would be greatly appreciated. The Parents Association will be running the table quiz as a fundraiser for the school, which will include spot prize on the night.
The upcoming St. Paul's College SCT Exhibition Match in Clontarf Rugby Club will be held on Saturday, May 4th.
This match is being played in honour of a past SCT Captain, Ronan O'Donovan (SCT 1982) who passed away five years ago. The Ronan O'Donovan Perpetual Trophy is being sponsored by the O'Donovan family.
The schedule is as follows:
5 pm - St. Paul's College U13s Vs Clontarf Rugby U13s
7 pm - St. Paul's College SCT 2009-13 Vs St. Paul's College 'Old Boys'.
There will also be a BBQ, tuck shop and face-painting…
Irish Rugby Women’s prop and captain, Fiona Coghlan recently visited the headquarters of Irish Wheelchair Association to assist with a fundraising initiative and to learn more about the services the Association provides from the Resource and Outreach Centre located in her native Clontarf.
During this year’s RBS 6 Nations Rugby Tournament, the IWA had been selling tickets for two official Ireland and Leinster rugby shirts, signed by each team, respectively. The Association raised vital funds to help maintain the level of services provided to people with physical…
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.…