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Tickets on sale for Danske Barbarian Challenge Clontarf v Barbarians 23.04.14
15th Apr, 2014

Tickets for the Danske Barbarian Challenge against Clontarf in Castle Avenue to mark the 1,000th anniversary of the Battle of Clontarf are selling fast. It is likely to be a sellout so get your tickets if you have not already done so. Tickets can be purchased from the club office (Mon-Fri 9am-1pm), from the club…

Lansdowne FC 34 – 27 Clontarf FC
14th Apr, 2014

Whatever happens next weekend with Tarf at home to Ballynahinch and Belvo away to a now relegated Garryowen, the tale of the last two weeks trauma will rest on stark statistics that show a complete collapse of the Clontarf defence. In the last two games Clontarf have scored 60 points; enough to beat most sides…

UCD 39 – 33 Clontarf
7th Apr, 2014

Anyone who believes that Clontarf’s run in to the end of the league was straigh forward will have been seriously disabused at balmy Belfield on Saturday afternoon. We are Clontarf, we never do anything the easy way! There is no more potent group in Club rugby than the blue students playing under blue skies on…

Clontarf 20 -13 Old Belvedere
31st Mar, 2014

In October/November 1942 the allies achieved their first major victory in the second world war when they defeated Rommel’s Africa Corps at El Alemein. Until that point, for pretty much three years, Germany had been in the ascendant across Europe. A few months earlier Winston Churchill, in despair over the lack of military progress, reached…

Garryowen 12-32 Clontarf
24th Mar, 2014

I have to confess that as I write this match report my mind keeps wandering to the upcoming game in Castle avenue on Friday against Old B. One of the pluses of the AIL structure as it stands is that it throws up mouthwatering fixtures as the season comes to its final stages. We have…

St. Mary’s 6 – 25 Clontarf
19th Mar, 2014

This was a great example of the ebb and flow of spectator emotion as the tempo of a game evolves. 5 minutes into the match and Clontarf supporters were nervously twitching as the home side jumped out to a 6 point lead due to two penalties from the in form home full back, Gavin Dunne….

J4 League Final – 3pm, 22nd March – Castle Avenue
15th Mar, 2014

J4 LEAGUE FINAL Clontarf v Terenure – Sat 22nd March 3pm at Castle Avenue. On Saturday next Clontarf Junior Rugby (J4) Team take on Terenure RFC in the final of the Leinster Metro League. How did they get there? Fourteen games, twelve wins, two loses, fifty three tries for, thirteen tries against & fifty match…

Nigel Owens Function
14th Mar, 2014

Prior to the big match with Barbarians, Nigel Owens will be offering an insight about his life as one of the world’s leading referees. Tickets will be going on sale soon – check back for more details

Clontarf 59 – 7 Dolphin
3rd Mar, 2014

One of the things that always fizzed me off watching Clontarf play earlier in the season was the tendancy they had to drift off the intensity and the game plan after running up a lead. Momentum is a fragile mental asset; you husband it carefully. Let it drift away and it becomes impossible to retrieve;…

An Evening with Nigel Owens – Tuesday 22nd April
18th Feb, 2014

Prior to the big match with Barbarians, Nigel Owens will be offering an insight about his life as one of the world’s leading referees. Tickets will be going on sales soon – check back for more details