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U11 Mini blitz in Scariff RFC

The Under 11’s took part in a Blitz in Scariff on Sunday 26th November. Beginning their day with a comfortable win against  Garryowen, the team lined out against a well drilled Shannon side. BKRFC conceded a soft early try and it looked like it could be a difficult game. However with captain for the day, Zac Dillon finishing off a great team try BallinaKillaloe showed great character to turn the game around and  win by a single try. Their final game was in worsening conditions against the hosts who took the lead in the second half. Ballina Killaloe defended courageously and worked very hard for Brendan Minogue to get their reward drawing level with a controversial TMO decision in the last play of the game.
Well done to all the boys!
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Also, the parents of the Under 11s  who don’t get enough credit for braving mud, tears, blood(once!) rain wind and almost sub zero temperatures to cheer on this great young team.Thank You!
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Girls U10 – U11 – U12 Rugby training

Girls Rugby for U10 – U11 – U12’s
Sunday Mornings on the 3G pitch Clarisford Park, Killaloe
11am to 12noon
All welcome to come on down and try it out!
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Club Focus: Munster Rugby supplement

Balllina-Killaloe RFC is proud to be the nominated club in today’s Club Focus section of the Irish Independent’s Munster Rugby supplement.

Get your copy now!




Provincial caps for former players

Congratulations to our two former Ballina-Killaloe RFC players who played in Sunday’s U19 inter-pro match, Connacht vs Munster.

In the Connacht Jersey we have Jack O’Mahony and in the red of Munster, Harry Byrne.

Munster won the game 43-8

It’s always great to see more young stars in the making as both started their grassroots rugby at Ballina-Killaloe RFC.
Well done to the parents, coaches and to the boys themselves for all the hard work and dedication that they have and are still putting in.
“On-wards and upwards to boys”.

Jack and Harry


Mini and Youth Training Times 2017

We’re Back!

Thanks to everyone who came down to the Family Day on Sunday 3rd: It was a great day to start off the new season,

Training returns for mini’s this week on the main pitch at Clarisford

Tuesday 5th    U13s Youths(Born 2005)    6.30pm

Wednesday       Girls rugby 6.30-8.30pm

Thursday 7th       U12s     (Born 2006)    7-8pm

Friday 8th      U7/8s    (Born 2010/11)     6.30pm
U9s     (Born 2009)    6.30pm
U10s     (Born 2008)    6.30pm
U11s     (Born 2007)    7.30pm
U14/15’s Youth        7.15pm

Please contact your age level Coach for further details

New players welcome:  Training times will change at end of September as we move to lights on 3G and Sandbase



Family Fun & Open Registrations Day: 3rd September, Clarisford Park

Sunday 3rd September: 12.30 – 3.30pm

Fun and Games for all the Family


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We’re Back! Training resumes: U14-U15 Youth

Training resumes for our U14 and U15 youths on Friday 18th August at 7.30pm in Clarisford Park.

Dates for other age groups will be updated shortly


2017-2018 Registrations Now Open




Women’s Internationals training session for Girls

Many thanks to Irish Internationals Niamh Briggs and Niamh Kavanagh who gave skills training lessons to our U13, U15 and U18 girls this evening in Clarisford Park, Killaloe
Great to see such a big turnout so late in the season.


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Rugby Summer Camps in June

Rugby Summer Camps Clarisford Park, Killaloe.
BK RFC are hosting 2 weekends of camps for 9-14 year old, boys and girls, on the Saturday and Sunday 10th & 11th June and the following 17th & 18th June: 9.30am – 1.30pm daily.

Cost is €50 per player, payable on the first day:

Camps cover: Age Grade Body-weight Conditioning, Rugby Skills & Laws; Sports Nutrition, Speed and Agility Training, Rugby specific small sided games.

All inquiries to

Summer Camps