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Leinster Branch President’s message
17th Sep, 2009

Greetings to all Clontarf members and to your visitors, be they players, coaches, opposition supporters, or just friends. I hope that your Season is filled with excitement and memories of great moments.

Shannon V ‘Tarf – AIL Final 2009
17th Sep, 2009

Children’s Sport
Rule 1
The game will go on until it has to stop. Whoever is leading then wins.

Bonus from Trinity
14th Sep, 2009

Clontarf 26 Trinity 10 Game two of the Leinster Senior League Cup welcomed Trinity to Castle Avenue to take on the latest incarnation of the Clontarf Senior team. Every year one of the more amusing early season developments is the informal identification process that occurs among the sideline supporters as they try to work out who the new…

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5th Aug, 2009

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UNDER 11 METRO PLATE WINNERS
17th Apr, 2007

On Sunday 15th April last at Coolmine RFC, Clontarf U/11 won an enthralling encounter with Navan RFC to complete their journey to winning the Leinster Metro Plate Final. The final score was 3 tries to 1, having lead 2 to nil at half time. Many of the kids and coaches were ‘a bag of nerves’…

UNDER 18s WIN THE METRO LEAGUE !
20th Feb, 2007

An exhilarating exhibition of 15-man rugby saw the Under 18s secure the Metro League title on Sunday last, with a 58-3 victory over Wanderers at Merrion Road in conditions which were perfect for rugby. The win gave Clontarf the 3 points they needed to overtake table-toppers DLSP and snatch the League title from the Southsiders…

What’s Mike Walls doing now?
16th Feb, 2006

Where is he now?  Former Clontarf Scrum Half Mike Walls Following some superb seasons with Clontarf Mike “Spanky” Walls has gone on to further his rugby Career, chasing the Yankee dollar in the UK with Coventry RFC.  Strings to Walls’ bow include philanthropy and a penchant for journalism.  He seems to have made quite an impression…

Victory for Tarf in opening match
25th Oct, 2003

Clontarf played into the wind in the first half, and didn’t play all that well. They were trailing 9-0 at the break. Clontarf played some good rugby for the first 20 minutes of the second half and lead 20 -9 after that period of play. Their comeback was lead by some great running by Niall…