CALLING ALL MINI and tigers !

Not long now until Santa arrives to the club on December 13th and to our homes on Christmas Eve. In the meantime, we have a something exciting to keep all our rugby players busy, whilst Santa goes about his business.

Announcing the 2020 Christmas Art Competition for our Tigers, Minis and Youth players.

This competition is open to all age categories and there will be a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prize in each age group.

There are three pictures to choose from for you to colour in. Use paint, markers or crayons, whatever you like!

Simply click on the picture you like best, download it, print it out and get to work. When its finished, pop it into an envelope, bring it to Sunday morning training and hand it in to the club (or Chips!)

Closing Date for entries is Sunday December 20th so get to work!

We have assembled an exclusive judging panel for this competition so do your best and make sure your picture is something really special. So a very special thanks to our Club President, Marty Doyle, our Club Captain, Stephen O’Neill and the brilliant artist Joanne Murphy for lending their time to do the judging.

As mentioned we will have three prizes in each age group and we will also be displaying the winning entries here on the website and telling everybody about the winners in the Club newsletter in the New Year. 

What to do

  1. Choose the picture you want to colour.
  2. Click on it.
  3. Print it out on an A4 page.
  4. Go nuts colouring and painting with paint, crayons, markers or whatever!
  5. Let it dry.
  6. Get Mum or Dad to write your NAME, AGE and CONTACT NUMBER on your entry!
  7. Bring it to your Sunday morning rugby training session.
  8. Hand it to your coach (or Paul ‘Chips’ Melia) when you get to the club.


Terenure Tigers

Under 6s

Under 7s

Under 8s

Under 9s

Under 10s

Under 11s

Under 12s


The judges will adjudicate over the Christmas break and we will announce winners and award First Prize, Second Prize and Third Prize in each category in the New Year.

If you are not in you can’t win and judges decision is final.