Women’s Rugby

Clontarf Women’s Rugby was founded in 2014 in response to the rising profile of the Women’s game in Ireland and beyond. Players from all walks of life and of all levels of experience meet twice weekly to train for success within the well-established AIL League.

The management team of coaches, physios and conditioning experts is dedicated to creating a winning culture while allowing individual players to flourish in a friendly yet focused training environment.

While at the end of the day it is all about having fun, it is the pledge of Clontarf Women’s Rugby to give all the support possible to any players showing the aptitude and inclination to pursue an amateur rugby career to the very highest level. Regular coaching sessions are held in conjunction with DCU Ladies, coached by Championship-winning Ireland lock Sophie Spence, and guest coaches have included Ireland’s most successful ever rugby captain, Fiona Coughlan.

The team is currently competing in its fourth season in the Leinster Women’s League, having moved up from the Development Division to Division Three in 2015.

Whatever your level of experience, if you are interested in joining the fastest-learning team in Ireland’s fastest-growing women’s sport, phone 01 8336214 or email either clontarfwomensrugby@gmail.com or crfc@indigo.ie.

Training is on Mondays and Wednesdays at 7pm.

*Girls rugby training takes place every Sunday morning at 10am.

 

Management Team

Manager/Coach – Colin McCaffrey

Management – Hayley Burke

Women’s Welfare Officer – Aoife Teeling

 

Media Contact – Patricia Kelly (clontarfwomensrugby@gmail.com)

 

The Captain addresses the team before the victorious outing against Royal College of Surgeons

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