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Clontarf nominated as Club of the Year at CARA National Inclusion Awards
21st Nov, 2017

Clontarf nominated as Club of the Year at CARA National Inclusion Awards   Clontarf Rugby have been shortlisted for “Club of the Year” at the CARA Centre National Inclusion Awards 2017, in recognition of the story of “The Bulls”.   Clontarf Rugby have been seen to ‘enhance participation opportunities in sport’ according to CARA, the national…

Clontarf 27 – 19 Terenure
14th Nov, 2017

Clontarf have got into a habit of bursting bubbles at Castle Avenue. We all remember a shiny UCD team strutting in off the back of six victories out of six played only to be reduced to rubble by the cranky home squad. Last Friday Terenure arrived to the Northside righteously proud of their four out…

Clontarf 26 – 6 Buccaneers
13th Oct, 2017

And so the first four games of the season are over and we enter the first season break and the first opportunity to catch our breath and review progress. We are currently sitting in sixth position on 10 points with a 50% record. There are 5 clubs placed from third to seventh who have played…

Garryowen 51 – 17 Clontarf
2nd Oct, 2017

It’s been along time since Clontarf have suffered this kind of trauma. I remember back in the day, suffering at the hands (and feet) of a rampant Shannon side and once during Alex Wylies time having an awful experience against Belfast Harlequins in their rain soaked Ormeau Rd ground. It is said that if you…

Youth & Mini Lunch 2017
28th Sep, 2017

Dear Member, With a thriving Youth & Mini section who are such an important part of our growing club, We are hosting an inaugural Youth & Mini Lunch on Saturday 21st October in the club. This will be a late lunch starting at 3pm and a great opportunity for all the parents and coaches to…

Clontarf 33 St. Mary’s 16
27th Sep, 2017

So… game 2 of a definite 18 and a little bit of tension after the efforts last week in Cork went unrewarded. What probably went unnoticed in Cork was that along with a visit to ‘Con and that daunting baptism of fire, it didn’t help that most of the younger guys were playing out of…

Senior XV 18 – 30 Cork Constitution
22nd Sep, 2017

Well if you needed a fixture to focus the mind at the opening of the UBL an away trip to Temple Hill with a rematch of last years final promised enough crash, bang, wallop to entertain even the most rabid MMA fanatic. Both sides have the core of their sides intact although, with a few…

All-Weather (3G) Pitch & Permitted Footwear

Please ensure that the correct footwear is used and that the guidelines for the all-weather pitch are followed (see below). The permitted footwear for the all-weather pitch and training area includes: boots with moulded rubber studs or rubber / steel screw-in studs (see examples below)      All persons entering the pitch enclosure must wear…