Youths & Mini’s Rugby

 

We would like to welcome you to the Tallaght RFC Mini and Youths section.

The ethos of the club is to ensure that rugby is available and enjoyed by all children within and outside the Tallaght area.

Tallaght Rugby Club was set up in 2002 as part of the “Tallaght Project”, an IRFU initiative designed to introduce rugby to non-traditional areas.
It initially started running underage teams and focused on introducing the game into schools in the area.

Currently we have:

U6 (minis) mixed boys and girls team

U8 mixed boys and girls team

U9 mixed boys and girls team

U10 mixed boys and girls team

U12 mixed boys and girls team

Youth training is held on pitch 100 opposite Firhouse community school on Sundays at 10AM for minis and all older youth teams.  

U14s girls training Wednesday’s 6:30pm in pitch 100

U16s boys training Monday and Thursday 6pm till 7.15 on pitch 100

U18s Bisto girls training Friday’s at 7:00PM in St Mary’s RFC and also Monday and Wednesday with the senior women’s team at 7PM on Pitch 100

Tallaght Rugby Club is a community club and everyone is welcome to get involved whether as a player, coach or as a supporter. We’re always recruiting new players and everyone is welcome to come down to training, even if they have never played before. Many of our players only took up the game recently but they adapted quickly to the new sport.

All newcomers welcome! Regardless of experience or fitness levels, everyone who’s interested is welcome to train with us.

We can be contacted here:
https://tallaghtrugby.com/about-us/find-us/

2 Replies to “Youths & Mini’s Rugby”

  1. I’m writing to you in connection with my son Joaquín (born 2000) who will be staying in Dublin for a month (from February 24th to March 24th, 2015). He is a rugby player at Club Universitario de La Plata (Argentina) and his visit is part of the “Learning in Europe 2014 -2015” Programme.
    It is equally important for us as a family both our son’s Academic Training (Irish Language and Culture) and the opportunity to share his passion for rugby with his peers.
    We really hope you can take this into consideration and give Joaquín the chance to have a memorable lifetime experience.
    If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
    I’m looking forward to hearing from you soon.
    Regards,
    Marta Soledad Aguirre.

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