Club AGM 2024

Club AGM 2024

Agenda for Terenure College RFC Annual General Meeting Please be advised that the Terenure College...

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Our Club, Make it yours

We are all about rugby, from our minis on a Sunday morning to our senior team and beyond.
Everyone who visits the club is considered family and
we are always delighted
to see new faces around the pitches and the clubhouse. 

Serving Our Community Since 1940

Terenure College Rugby Football Club has been around for a long time and we strive to be
at the heart of the Terenure community and surrounding area.
We want our club to become your club and a place that you actively become involved in..


Terenure Tigers

The Terenure Tigers are now a well established team at Terenure College RFC.
This team comprises of local boys and girls with additional needs, coached by
active players, ex-players, teachers and special needs assistants.

Youth Rugby

If you have a son or daughter bring them down on a Sunday morning to our
Minis and Youth rugby. Pop down for fun, coffee and biscuits!
See you down the club.

AIL Senior Rugby

Pop in some Saturday to see the seniors take on the opposition or simply drop in for a pint
or a coffee and you will always find a friendly face or maybe even somebody you.

See you down at the club.

About Terenure College RFC

Founded in 1940, Terenure College RFC plays in the top division of the All Ireland League. Terenure field six adult teams, along with a vibrant Mini and Youth section with over 400 boys and girls playing rugby every Sunday.

Terenure College RFC has had many players play for Ireland at all levels, and at senior level players include Mick Hipwell, Brendan Sherry, Paul Haycock, Ciaran Clarke, Niall Hogan, David Corkery, Girvan Dempsey, Eric Miller, Derek Hegarty, Isaac Boss, and John Cooney. Current Ireland Sevens Captain is ‘Nure man Billy Dardis. Terenure College has provided two Presidents of the IRFU – M. H. Carroll (1984–85) and E. Coleman (2000–01) and one president of the  Leinster Branch  – Des Lamont (2009–2010).

Terenure has also supplied personnel to the Irish team at other levels including Paddy “Rala” O’Reilly as Baggage Master to the Senior Team and British and Irish Lions. At a global level, Terenure man Mark Egan is Head of Competitions and Performance for World Rugby. With our strong heritage and connection with Terenure College, along with our role and pride of place in our local community, Terenure College RFC is the community rugby club.

Come down and discover why.

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