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Clontarf 8 – 9 Cork Con
3rd Feb, 2014

Cork Con brought Clontarf down to earth with a bang (and a splash) on Saturday and in doing so ended the home sides 9 game winning streak and tightened things up at the top of AIL Division 1. Clontarf now lead by the slenderest of margins with only points differential keeping them ahead of Old…

Young Munster 9 Clontarf 26
27th Jan, 2014

Young Munster and Clontarf clashed on Saturday like a pair of Ibex stags butting heads. For a neutral it wasn’t pretty but for the two sets of extremely noisy but good humoured supporters it was an enthralling battle. The clash saw two sides cancel each other out for three quarters of the game as the…

Danske Barbarian Challenge 23rd April 2014 – Tickets On Sale
24th Jan, 2014

Tickets for the Danske Barbarian Challenge (23rd April) against Clontarf in Castle Avenue to mark the 1,000th anniversary of the Battle of Clontarf are now on sale.  Tickets can be purchased from the club office (Mon-Fri 9am-1pm), from the club bar during opening hours, from Nolans supermarket & Spar on Vernon Avenue and Stiles Road.  Tickets…

Molly Malone signs up for Clontarf
23rd Jan, 2014

Molly Malone had a small makeover on Wednesday as she donned the kit and headed off for practice with the Clontarf Women. One of Ireland’s great rugby clubs is adding a new chapter to its 140-year history with the creation of Clontarf Women’s Rugby. It gets underway at 7pm on Friday 7th of February, as…

Clontarf 16 Lansdowne 13
7th Jan, 2014

In the last two seasons this fixture has provided nothing but intensified seasonal indigestion for Clontarf. There is always a sense of anticipation and expectancy when the Ulster Bank League recommences after the holiday break. Adding to the excitement was the visit of the champions, Lansdowne, to Castle Avenue along with a large merry band…

Ballynahinch 12 Clontarf 16
9th Dec, 2013

After an extremely pleasant charabanc trip up and down the rolling, manicured roads of Co Down we arrived in Ballymacarn Park, home of Ballynahinch Rugby Club. Carved out of the drumlins over the village, one word sums up this venue . . . rugged. I would say that if ‘Hinch stay in division 1A, and…

Clontarf 46 v Young Munster 28
2nd Dec, 2013

  Early in the 1980’s I lived in Chicago for a while and during the sweltering summer a group of us decided to head north into Wisconsin to an archetypical US summer resort. On the journey we stopped in a small place called Baraboo, Wisconsin, one of whose famous sons is a man called Brad…

Cork Con 13 Clontarf 26
25th Nov, 2013

What is it about Cork that makes it different but the same ? Visiting Cork is like visiting a similar but different country. I cant get my head around it. Strange as well because my late father Billy was born and raised in Cork, educated at Pres., Junior cup , Senior Cup , played for…

Clontarf over 35s v Kiwi Irish KO 7.15pm
20th Nov, 2013

On Saturday the 23rd of November, Clontarf FC in conjunction with The Gathering 2013 will host their traditional pre-international party to welcome our New Zealand friends to our rugby club and celebrate the strong connection our club has with New Zealand rugby past, present & future.  The night literally kicks off at 7.15pm when the first…

Clontarf 25 UCD 16
11th Nov, 2013

During the 1700’s the Spanish were the dominant power in Central America and extended their influence north through the judicious use of religion and the sword. I always found it unusual that their American colonisation extended along the coasts of what are now Texas and California with some activity on the slopes of the southern…