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31
May

2021-2022 Underage Awards

Ballina Killaloe RFC was proud to recognize the fantastic achievements our underage players and squads gained this season past.

  • U13 Boys, League and Cup Finalists
  • U14/16 Girls Shield and Plate finalists
  • U18 Girls League Champions and Plate Winners

We were delight to acknowledge the brilliant achievements of schools and senior players, Ruadhan Quinn, Oisin Pepper, Cillian O’Connor and Rebecca Rogers on their inclusion in Munster & Ireland underage playing squads.

and finally celebrate with Maeve Óg O’Leary her Munster & Ireland Senior international success.

Many thanks to Munster player Jean Kleyn for helping out with the presentations.

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11
Mar

Rebecca Rodgers named Ireland U18 squad

Congratulations to our U18 Girls Captain, Rebecca Rodgers who was recently named in the Ireland Women’s U18 squad for the forthcoming 6 Nations tournament at that level.

This a great achievement for her and our coaches. Wishing her all the best!

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7
Feb

U16 Girls win in Cup

Well done to our U16 Girls who beat Fethard RFC 34-5 in the first round of the Cup

 

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29
Jan

Ballina Killaloe U18 Girls League Champions

BallinaKillaloe RFC secure first ever Munster title win.

BallinaKillaloe U18 Girls won their Munster League Final this Saturday in keenly fought and highly entertaining match vs Clonakilty RFC at Fermoy Showgrounds.
This is the first ever Munster title for BKRFC after previous Youths rugby success in North Munster competitions.
BKRFC started off the scoring with a well taken try from Player of the match, Tova McMahon bursting through the Clonakilty defence after a quick tap penalty. Clonakilty were not for wilting, and immediately responded with a line break out wide on the right, their winger rounding the defence to score under the posts, and draw the game 7-7 with less that 8 minutes played.
BallinaKillaloe however struck back straight away, regaining possession in the Clonakilty 22, and after a period of pressure, scoring out wide on the right.
The half continued with BallinaKillaloe rebuffing Clonakilty pressure and twice breaking downfield, through good recycling, switching the play to the right and the left, scoring two more unconverted tries to leave it 22-7 going into the final play of the half.
A blindside break down the right, by Rebecca Rogers powering through a couple of tackles to score under the posts finished an excellent half of rugby, 29-7 to BallinaKillaloe at the break.
Clonakilty were never going to give up, and the first 15 minutes of the second half saw continued Clonakilty possession and pressure in the BallinaKillaloe 22, with Clonakilty crossing the tryline 3 times yet unfortunately not scoring to last ditch tackling and a never say die attitude from BallinaKillaloe, holding the ball up twice and forcing a knock on when a try seemed more than certain.
As is their want, BallinaKillaloe regained possession and slowly worked the ball up the pitch, through strong carries from all the players especially Tova at 7 and Grainne Mahony at 10. In truth, all BallinaKillaloe players stepped up to the mark today, especially Zoe Loughran, who eventually succumbed to cramp near the end.
Two more BallinaKillaloe tries put a gloss on the final score, 39-7 but that’s not to say Clonakilty were outplayed, they fought to the bitter end, giving it all on the pitch and after.
Both sides are a great advertisement for Munster girls rugby.
Special mention to all the parents, families and supporters who made the trip to Fermoy, many thanks to all at Munster Rugby, and to Brendan Foley for presenting the Player of the match awards.
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Coaches:
Grace Kearney; Ken McKeogh; Tyrone Elliott
Team:
15 Zoe Loughran
14 Eibhlis Coleman
13 Fionnuala O’Rahilly
12 Emily Byrne
11 Anna Hanly
10 Grainne Mahony
9 Rebecca Rogers
1 Alice Walsh
2 Hayley Byrnes
3 Alannah O’Donovan
4 Ella Joslin
5 Ellie McEvoy
6 Robyn McKenna
7 Tova McMahon
8 Karen O’Mahony
16 Maeve O’Brien
17 Edie Reynolds
18 Ciara anna mulkern
19 Roisin Mockler
20 Ciara Fitzgibbon
21 Siobhan Coakley
22 Sarah McEvoy
23 Caoimhe Maguire
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15
Nov

Maeve Óg earns 1st Senior cap

Congratulations to our former Girl’s Player Maeve Óg O’Leary who earned her 1st, of many it’s hoped!, Senior women’s International Cap in the Ireland vs USA Rugby match at the weekend.

Maeve Óg first started playing rugby with Ballina Killaloe RFC and St. Anne’s Community College only a few years ago and has had a stellar rise through the rugby ranks, earning her 1st Munster cap earlier this year too.  She currently plays for Blackrock RFC while in college in Dublin.

Maeve Óg was always destined to be a success on the sporting field having previously competed with Ireland Softball teams, as well as winning All Ireland, Munster and County medals with Ballina Camoige GAA and St. Anne’s CC Camoige.

Women's Autumn International, Energia Park, Donnybrook, Dublin 12/11/2021Ireland vs USAIreland's Maeve Óg O'Leary celebrates after the game with fansMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Bryan Keane

Women’s Autumn International, Energia Park, Donnybrook, Dublin 12/11/2021Ireland vs USAIreland’s Maeve Óg O’Leary celebrates after the game with fansMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Bryan Keane

Women's Autumn International, Energia Park, Donnybrook, Dublin 12/11/2021Ireland vs USAIreland's Maeve Óg O'Leary celebrates winningMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Dan Sheridan

Women’s Autumn International, Energia Park, Donnybrook, Dublin 12/11/2021Ireland vs USAIreland’s Maeve Óg O’Leary celebrates winningMandatory Credit ©INPHO/Dan Sheridan

 

24
Aug

2020-21 Season registration & training

The new season registration details will be live soon.

Ballina-Killaloe RFC will be utilising the new IRFU Rugby Connect system for player & coach registration.

Costs will be :

1 player €85, 2 players €150, 3 players+ €180

 

More details to follow

24/8/2020

 

26
Aug

Registration now open for the new season

Ballina/Killaloe Rugby Football Club member registration is now open for 2019/20 season.
We ask that you register as soon as possible so as to reduce the significant burden of managing this process on club registrar and committee.
You can register online using the link below…
Here’s looking forward to a successful 2019/20 for us all…!
Thank you
Ballina/Killaloe Rugby Football Club Committee

 

Registration

10
Sep

Training Times: Rugby’s Back!

Rugby’s Back!
New players welcome!
Register Online at ballinakillaloerfc.com

Training times:
U7/8 Fridays 7-8 3G
U9 Fridays 7-8 3G
U10 Friday’s 6-7 3G
U11 Sundays 10-11am 3G
U12 Friday 6-7 Sandbase/Pitch

Youths
U13 Thursday 7-8 Sandbase/Pitch
U14 Tuesday 8-9 Sandbase/Pitch

Girls

U1-/11/12/13/14 Sunday 11.30-1245 Sandbase/Pitch

U16-U18 Wednesday 7-8.30pm Sandbase/Pitch

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7
Apr

Munster women’s U18’s

Congratulations to Maeve Óg O’Leary and Roisin Houlihan who lined out for Munster womens U18’s earlier today in Mullingar at the Women’s 7’s Interprovincials.
Great to have such a strong representation at inter-pro level from our club!
Well done girls!

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5
Oct

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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