The Clontarf Bulls the newest team for children with additional needs at Clontarf Rugby, have just finished a hugely successful first season! Check out the story of The Clontarf Bulls!
Get yourself down to Castle Avenue to see the Women’s Rugby World Cup on Saturday, 20th of May from 2 pm. We will also have face painting, a bouncy castle and vets blitz to entertain everyone for the afternoon.
Clontarf thundered into the UBL final on Saturday with a performance to warm the hearts of their supporters. Playing on the 3G surface Clontarf and Young Munster held nothing back in a game that delivered 10 tries in all. It was a superb mano a mano affair with each side digging deep into their lockers […]
After a topsy turvy regular season, Clontarf earned a home semi-final with a bonus point win over UCD on the all-weather pitch last Saturday. Somehow we need to try to avoid UCD in these games because despite all plans and bucket loads of local talent the young visitors always manage to give us the heeby […]
On a weekend that started with a Clontarf blowout in Templeville Road and ended with the rugby gods smiling benignly on the north side, Clontarf moved back up the league into joint first with a clear route to a home semi-final. Who would have thought it? After a somewhat off colour display against a surging […]
Clontarf Bulls a team for local children with intellectual additional needs, is nearing the end of a hugely successful first season at Clontarf Rugby. On Sunday 26th March the team and coaches celebrated during a special presentation and training session with their Ambassador Joey Carbery of Clontarf, Leinster and Ireland and Sponsor Paul Nolan of […]
Clontarf burped and stumbled back to 4th place in the UBL with a performance lacking in pace and accuracy which threatened to come alive for the home team on a number of occasions only to die on a dropped ball or an inaccurate pass with the line beckoning. For long periods of the game it […]
Clontarf overcame a spirited but young Garryowen side in sunny Limerick to move into 2nd place in the UBL League with three games to play. On a day more suited to beach ball it took Clontarf until almost half time to break down a home defence that dealt with the visitors kicking game with some […]
Clontarf overcame a spirited effort from an injury decimated Old Belvedere squad on Saturday and have solidified their 4th place spot in the senior division, 11 points ahead of Garryowen. With games to come against Lansdowne and Young Munster in Castle avenue there is still plenty of potential movement in the makeup of the top […]