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Senior Update

Friday, 23 January 2015 15:20

The First team are away to The Midland Warriors in the Provincial Towns Cup on Sunday afternoon at 2.30pm. Based in Moate near Athlone Wicklow have never played the Warriors before. 
With five consecutive league wins under their belt Wicklow will travel  in good form but expecting a hell of a battle.
They will need as much support as possible. It is estimated to take between 1 hr 35 mins to 1hr 45mins depending on traffic and is motorway 95% of the way there. 
Directions are here,+The+Newtown,+Moate,+Co.+Westmeath/@53.3471513,-7.4704658,9z/am=t/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x4867b0b5d9502859:0x284e79fbf541a3e7!2m2!1d-6.044589!2d52.9808207!1m5!1m1!1s0x485db37c251b7087:0x7ee29290020eedcb!2m2!1d-7.714384!2d53.397449!3e0
Wicklows seconds remain top of the league as the competition nears its climax. Wicklow have two games remaining in the league against nearest rivals Kilkenny and Gorey, both at home. Wins in these games will secure the Leinster League for Wicklow for the first time since 2001.
 Kilkenny are Wicklows nearest rivals and visit Ashtown Lane on Sunday February 8th for a game that is likely to decide the league champions. Before that Wicklows seconds have a crucial home game against Gorey RFC this SATURDAY at 2.30pm. We are uging as many people as possible to come up and support Simon Norton and his team. The Leinster Wasps game will be shown live and then repeated in the bar afterwards.

Bushtucker Trial

Friday, 23 January 2015 15:13


The next fundraising event for the girls tour to Canada in 2016 planned is the "Bushtucker Trial tonight in the Grand Hotel which pits a team of girls against local teachers and WRFC coaches in what is guaranteed to be a hilarious evening. Tickets are €7 and are available AT THE DOOR OR  from Ronan Griffey and Ciara McConnell as well as the girls on the u15s and u18s.

The coaches team will be made up of Gina Byrne,Stephen Clarke, Enda Luddy, Nigel Tighe, Frank Roberts. The teachers taking part are Ric Murawski, Tim Martin, Carol O'Connor, Niamh O'Leary and Caroline McDevitt.

This promises to be a fun filled evening with plenty of Jungle challenges for the contestants. So come along and support your coaches and a eNjoy a family night out while others squirm!!!


Senior Update

Tuesday, 13 January 2015 09:57

Wicklow 1st XV 30 Tullow 1st XV 11

Wicklow 1st XV s took on South East rivals Tullow in the Leinster League at Ashtown Lane on Sunday. Tullow lie one place below Wicklow in the league standings so it was important that Wicklow win the game to keep their hopes of being involved in the promotion shake up at the end of the season.

Wicklow were missing the experienced trio of Niall Earls, Noel Greene and Niall Smullen but still were able to field a strong side. The game was played on a bitterly cold day with a strong crosswind that favoured neither side but wasn’t conducive to running rugby.

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Senior Rugby Update

Monday, 05 January 2015 17:33

Wicklow 1st XV 14    Gorey  1st XV 13 

Second XV in action against Gorey on Sunday

Wicklows first XV got 2015 off to a flying start with an outstanding win over one of Leinsters form sides at Ashtown Lane on Sunday. League leaders Gorey were the visitors to Wicklow and were fresh from being crowned South East Champions having defeated Division one side Enniscorthy last weekend. Wicklow knew it was going to be a tough game but felt if they played to their abilities that they would have enough to match Gorey in every department.


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Your Club Your Country Draw Winners

Thursday, 11 December 2014 12:36

2014 Your Club Your Country Grand Draw Winners announced
No winners this time for WRFC unfortunately.

The IRFU's 2014 'Your Club, Your Country' Grand Draw, in association with Ulster Bank, raised over €654,000 euro this year up 23% on last year's total. Last year the scheme raised €530,000 for clubs around the country and to date the scheme has provided over 2.6 million Euro in funding for clubs

The 2014 Grand Draw winners were drawn by IRFU President Louis Magee and Doug Munro from Ulster Bank at a ceremony at the Aviva Stadium today. The draw was overseen by Aidan Connaughton, an independent auditor from Grant Thornton.

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