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Down the Blind Side episode 5

Down the Blind Side episode 5

   

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Christmas at Clontarf FC

Lots of exciting events coming up over the next two weeks in the Club. Come down and get involved!   Club Shop Christmas Opening Times • Thursdays: 6.30pm – 8pm • Saturday & Sundays: 10am – 1pm • And this Sunday 14th December: 3pm – 6pm    

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Down the Blindside

Down the Blindside
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Tadhg Furlong – Refusing to rest on his laurels after stunning rise

Tadhg Furlong – Refusing to rest on his laurels after stunning rise

Sometimes the longest way around can indeed be the shortest way home, and Tadhg Furlong seems very much at home this season. At ease in the company he’s keeping and loving life in the No 3 jersey. “It’s brilliant at the moment. I would be the first to say that I am getting a run […]

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McGrath: Living the Leinster Dream

McGrath: Living the Leinster Dream

TWO years ago, he had given up his dream of playing professional rugby but, as he finds himself back in the comforting surroundings of the Clontarf clubhouse, Mick McGrath is still taking it all in. After an injury-hit eight-month spell in the English Championship with Plymouth Albion, the wing returned home and after Bernard Jackman […]

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Clontarf Castle

Clontarf Castle

David Hennessy, The recently apointed general manager at Clontarf Castle Hotel, celebrates the hotel’s future sponsorship of Clontarf

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Clontarf 27- 16 Ballynahinch

Clontarf 27- 16 Ballynahinch

Result: Senior XV 27 - 16 Ballynahinch

Clontarf banished the demons of their last three defeats at Castle Avenue on Saturday with a solid try scoring first half performance which caught the visitor’s cold. The game was barely three minutes old when a great line from Karl Moran put centre Michael Browne in for the opening score beside the posts. The first […]

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Down the Blindside – Episode 2

Down the Blindside – Episode 2

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Ian Hirst

Ian Hirst

Cutting Tarf: Ian Hirst looks primed to step up to the pro scene having impressed at Clontarf   INJURIES can strike at the cruellest moments, but for Clontarf’s Ian Hirst his summer surgery may have provided him with his biggest opportunity yet. After his first year with the Dublin club, the 25-year-old loosehead has won […]

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Your Club, Your Country

Your Club, Your Country

Dear Member, We are entering the last week of sales for the club’s number one fundraising opportunity, the IRFU draw, and sales this year are unfortunately not as promising as in previous years. Every cent of every ticket sold stays within the club and is a valuable source of revenue for the club. I would […]

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