Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Double Header in Anglesea Road On Saturday!

Our match this weekend is on Saturday the 2nd of April in Old Belvedere at 1pm. The IRFU have set up this double header with the men’s firsts, who play in Anglesea Road at 2.30pm, in order to promote the women’s game. So if you are heading over to Donnybrook on Saturday afternoon, pop over a bit earlier as the girls in blue would be very grateful for your support!

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

St. Mary's crowned All-Ireland Plate Champions!

What a day it was last Saturday in Wanderers RFC! Beneath glorious sunshine, St. Mary's Women's team overcame City of Derry RFC to take the All-Ireland Plate Title. This is the third piece of silverware in three years for the team and is added to a trophy cabinet in Templeville Road that is already filling up!

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

All-Ireland Plate Final

Women's All-Ireland Plate Final
St. Mary's College RFC v City of Derry Ladies
Wanderers RFC, Saturday 19th March, Kick-off 12pm

Monday, March 14, 2011

Youth Rugby Open Day a Big Success!

Girls youth rugby in St. Mary’s College RFC 
The St. Mary's College RFC Women's squad hosted an open day for girls aged 12 to 18 at Templeville Road Saturday the 5th of March.
The day was a great success with all girls enjoying their introduction to rugby, so much so they are all coming back for training sessions on Friday evenings from 5.00pm-6.00pm. Training will be fun filled and a great way to meet new friends.

Why not come and join
the St. Mary's girl’s youth team
. So, if you are aged between 13 and 18 and interested in rugby and want to try out a new sport then get down to Templeville Road in Dublin 6W on Friday evenings from 5.00pm-6.00pm
Contact for more details.

Article courtesy of

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Monster Skills!

It might not be a Monday but it's time to bring the skills!!
A little bit on defence today and as it's so serious we then have a very entertaining video which is a spoof of a similar video to one we featured here before and didn't want to believe it was too good to be true! 

With the defensive videos, they're good to watch and have a think about and even if you only take one little thing from them they're very worthwhile! Any questions stick them in a comment below!
Obviously the points made in the videos should be taken in context with the overall team defensive system.

Now for a bit of a laugh!

Thanks to Smarter Rugby and the Waratahs for the videos!