Organised by the Rugby Club Marketing Committee, this is the second year in a row for this hugely successful charity lunch. Last year they raised over €7,000 and and with the lunch booked out since March 9th, it's shaping up to beat that target this year.
The Rugby shop will be open all day Saturday selling pink branded hoodies, tees and tops and a portion of sale proceeds on the day will go towards the Fighting Breast Cancer Awareness Organisation, so there's still a way to support this worthwhile charity.
The lunch kicks off at 2:30pm and running alongside is the crucial home game for Clontarf against Garryowen in the All Ireland League. There's sure to be a very vocal crowd on hand to support the lads, and keep them in pole position at the top of the league.
The marketing commmittee have asked us to stress their huge appreciation for the level…
Clontarf are now five points clear at the top of the Division 1A following a convincing victory over Blackrock College under floodlights last night.
On the score sheet for Clontarf were Frank Cogan, Dermot O’Meara, Timmy McCoy, Simon Crawford (twice) Killian Lett and Martin DufficyThe team now only has four games left and are looking strong for the title.
Well done to coach Andy Wood, the players and all of the backroom team.
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We regret to bring you the sad news of the tragic and sudden passing on Tuesday last of Mary Walsh. Mary worked as Club Administrator for Clontarf Rugby Club. She had been closely involved with assisting the Clontarf Business Association over the past number of years.
We extend our sincere condolences to her family and all connected to Clontarf RFC.
Removal from Stafford’s Funeral Home, North Strand on Saturday morning at 9.40am to St. Anthony’s Church, St. Lawrence’s Road, Clontarf, arriving for 10am Funeral Mass. Cremation immediately thereafter…
We have received this witty event notice from Clontarf Rugby which we are very happy to share with you.....
We are very lucky here in Dublin 3, or as Ross O’Carroll Kelly likes to call Clontarf, Dublin 4N. We are bordered on the North East by St Annes Park, on the North West by the railway and, of course, on the South, by the sea.
Clontarf is a veritable little enclave of leafy smugness.
We are also, however, on the Northside of the City which allows us, when provoked, to don that mantle of mindless testosterone with which we are constantly fitted by our less muscular,…