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Peter Hastie starts for Leinster u19s

Friday, 02 September 2016 11:30

Congratulations to Wicklows Peter Hastie who has been selected at full back on the Leinster under 19s to face Ulster in the opening match of the upcoming interprovincial series.

Made up of the best schools and club players Peter is one of only five club players to make the match day 23. This is a fantastic achievement for Peter and also to David Nicholson who was unlucky not to make the match day squad having been involved in the extended squad for the warm up games. Both players have done themselves and the club proud.

 

Leinster U19s, Interprovincial Series fixtures 2016

3rd September (Saturday): Ulster v Leinster U19 (Round 1), Royal Belfast Academy Institute, Time 15.00
10th September (Saturday): Connacht v Leinster U19 (Round 2), Galwegians RFC, Time 15.00
17th September (Saturday): Leinster U19 v Munster (Round 3), Donnybrook Stadium, Time 15.00

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Mini Rugby starts back on Saturday.

Friday, 02 September 2016 11:28

Just a brief note to say that KINDERS rugby (Under 6s) does not start back until next Saturday. All other minis are back tomorrow at 10am.

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Senior women beat Arklow for the first time ever

Friday, 02 September 2016 11:27

Wicklow senior ladies team continued on their pre-season preparation on a sunny Sunday morning in Ashtown Lane against fellow Leinster League division 3 side Arklow. The Wicklow team was made up of a number of last years u18 girls, some past players returning to the game and returning from other clubs and some girls who have just recently taken up rugby.

The Wicklow Ladies withstood a sustained period of Arklow pressure at the start of the game and staunch defence prevented the Arklow girls from crossing the line. As the game progressed and the Wicklow confidence grew they started to grow into the match. They moved the ball around with skill and certainly played the match with a smile on their faces. They scored a number of flowing tries and were in full control of the game.

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Season Kicks off with a win

Friday, 02 September 2016 11:25

Gorey 1st XV 23         Wicklow 1st XV 25  

Wicklow got their season and their  South East League campaign underway when they beat a tough and fired up Gorey side in Gorey RFC on Sunday afternoon . Gorey who ply their trade in Division 1 of the Leinster league last season, looked like they meant business and got off to the better start.

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WRFC Annual Dinner

Thursday, 19 May 2016 15:23

250 people were in attendance at the Wicklow RFC Annual Dinner in the Grand Hotel on Saturday evening. Guest of Honour was Irish International Josh Van der flier who started his rugby career in Wicklow. A fantastic night of celebration ensued as the club celebrated its most successful season to date. The Provincial Towns Cup was also in attendance and people queued to have their photograph taken with the venerable trophy. 

Andrew Doyle TD whose two sons play on the team said grace. He also remembered  the founder members who are no longer with us and said that their contribution to Wicklow RFC will never be forgotten.  President Larry Byrne spoke of his pride in the achievements of the club during the year. He thanked the players for their efforts and also the supporters who have been there through thick and thin. He had a special word of thanks for the people of Wicklow and the surrounding areas for their incredible support especially the businesses in the town who bedecked their shops in red black and white in the build up to the final. Captain Wes Wojnar said that this support was crucial in inspiring the team to win on Sunday last. He urged his players to aim high next season and look to win the league and retain the Towns cup. The dancing and celebrations went on till late.

 

The Clarke Auctioneers Club person of the year trophy was won by Fiona Mitchell

Peter Duffy Memorial trophy for outstanding service to the club was won by Brian Clarke.

Player of the year was Niall Earls.

Most improved player was Eanna Killeen.

Young player of the year was Andrew Doyle.

Seconds player of the year was Ronan Monahan

   

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