Ballincollig Rugby are hosting a Monster Benefit Night at the Dogs at Curraheen Park Greyhound Stadium in aid of the Club Development Plan.
Tickets €10 (includes admission & race programme).
Doors open at 6.30pm with the 1st race starting at 7pm.
For further information on tickets, food and sponsorship options go to  BRFC Dog Night – Book Now

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Ireland kick off the Rugby World Cup​ against Canada in the Millennium Stadium on Saturday at 2.30pm.

We will be showing all matches live in HD on the Giant Screen in our newly refurbished clubhouse.

Enjoy the craic with live music and food on every weekend throughout the World Cup.

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Summer Camp 2014

The ever popular Munster Rugby Summer Camp is back for Summer 2014 at Tanner Park.

Camp fee is €85 per child with a family discount of a second and subsequent child at €75.

Camp places are available for boys and girls from 6 years old to 12 years old.

The camp takes place over one week (Monday through to Friday inclusive) between 9:30am and 1:30pm.

If you wish to book online for your preferred venue you will be asked to register with Easy Payments Plus to ensure secure payment. Please click here for more details.

Alternatively book your Summer Camp place by downloading the Summer Camp Application form HERE

Each participant will receive an Official Summer Camp Pack comprising an Adidas Summer Camp T-Shirt, Adidas Shorts, Adidas Socks, Adidas Draw-String Bag, Mouth Guard and one Junior ticket to a Munster pre-season match.

Children who participate in the camps will get the chance to make new friends, learn more about rugby values such as team work, respect and integrity, and also become more aware of the importance of physical fitness. All this while learning to develop the basic rugby skills of passing, tackling (in a controlled environment), evasion and kicking. Most of all we guarantee lots of fun!

To facilitate the appropriate attention, participants will be divided by their age into groups. Central to the Munster Rugby Summer Camps philosophy is ensuring the introduction to the game of Rugby in a safe and controlled manner.

The Camps will be managed and run by fully accredited I.R.F.U. Mini Rugby coaches. All Summer Camp staff have undertaken the National Garda Vetting process required to comply with the IRFU policy regarding recruitment and vetting to work in age grade rugby.

For any more information please contact Munster Rugby on 021-4323563 (9am – 5.00pm)

Ballincollig RFC would like to invite all their Senior Players, Coaching and Managing Staff of all Age Grades and their Partners to the Annual Players Award Night.

We wan to celebrate on the great success of the club in the past year.
• 1st Team promoted as champions to Division 2 of the Munster Junior League
• Ladies Team – winners of AIL Plate
• Under 18’s winners of U/18 League

A 3 course meal will be served by a caterer.
This will be followed by the Awards Ceremony.

A band will play for entertainment and DJ Conway will keep the party going until late.

Wardrobe : Black Tie & Cocktail Dresses

Tickets can be purchased for 30,-€ each or 50,-€ the pair at the Ballincollig RFC Clubhouse.

All Members, Parents of Members, Supporters and Friends of Ballincollig RFC

Our Annual Golf Classic is one of the principal methods of fund raising for the club. To continue on the great progress of the club in the past year, we need to raise funds urgently.

• 1st Team promoted as champions to Division 2 of the Munster Junior League

• Ladies Team – winners of AIL Plate

• Under 18’s winners of U/18 League

Cost of Team in Classic: € 150

Cost of Tee Box Sponsor: € 50

If you are a golfer get together with a couple of friends and have a great day out with us. If you are not a golfer, sponsor a tee box. Either way it will only cost you €50 and you will have helped the club to continue the progress it has made.

To take part contact:

John Garrett 087 2777744

John O’Callaghan 087 9083424

Tony Lancaster 087 2079906

To book a tee time, contact Linda Atkinson, Lee Valley Golf Club at 021 7331721.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Dear Ballincollig RFC Friends and Supporters,

The Club has organized a 53 Seater Bus to bring the 1st XV Ballincollig RFC to the away match again Carrick-on-Suir RFC.

This allows us to bring up to about 25 supporters, willing to travel with the team, with us and save back home again.

The Bus will leave at Ballincollig RFC on Sunday, 16th March, at 10.30 AM (Kick off : 02.30 PM) and we expect to be back at the club by 9 PM the latest.

Supporters who chose to jump on the team bus are asked to contribute 10,- € towards the cost of the bus.

(Please text to 0879590623 if you want to join the team on the bus.)

Ballincollig RFC will host an “old style Chicken Supper 80’s/90’s Night” on Saturday 18th January.

A DJ will play your favorites from the 80’s & 90’s from 9 PM until late.

Fancy Dress is optional, but the best costumes will win spot prizes.

There will also be a raffle with various sot prizes.

Tickets: 10,-€

Everyone is welcome to join a fun night out.


Match Reports

Under 8s

Ballincollig U8s entertained Muskerry on Saturday and a very competitive match kept the large crowd entertained. It was evident that our lads are improving, and with each week their confidence to get on the ball is resulting in the coaches having to work on their ability to share the ball with their own team mates. Well done lads keep up the good work

Under 10s

The U10s played Muskerry at home we had a big turnout and we were able to field two teams .We had Zak Davis, David Hurley, Jamie Dineen, Daniel Keating, Matthew Hopkins, Robert Dennehy, Eoghan O’Brien, Cathal O’Donoghue, Sean Mishke, Ronan Power, Dean Carey, Evan McArdle, Colin Mullally, Connor Morey, David Fahy, Ben o Connor and Rory Kiely. The lads played really well with everybody rucking and tackling really well. Well done lads

Under 12s

Perfect rugby playing conditions welcomed Muskerry to Tanner Park. Played in 3 15 minute periods Ballincollig got off to a slow start allowing Muskerry a 2 try lead but scored before the end to narrow the gap to 1. The next period saw great line breaks by Ballincollig but the strong rucking Muskerry pack gave them plenty of possession and out scored Ballincollig again by 2 tries to 1. Ballincollig’s rucking greatly improved in the final period which finished 1 try each. All the team improved as the game went on with special mention for the ferocious tackling of Cathal McDermott and Shane Buckley.

Under 13s

Ballincollig U13s hosted Mallow at Tanner Park on Saturday. In a close game that could have gone either way Mallow edged out the home team on this occasion to win by 10 points to 5. Mallow took the lead with a well worked try and then against the run of play got a second try. Both conversations were missed however and when Ballincollig got a deserved try of their own there was only 5 points in it. Mallow held out however to win the game. Ballincollig will look forward to the next encounter with them.

Under 18s

Ballincollig 32 pts Old Christians 0

Ballincollig U18s continued on their winning ways when they hosted Old Christians at Tanner Park on Sat. They began the game with intent and within 10 minutes they registered 17 points the first try within 4 minutes when Shane Quinlan gathered the ball outside the 22 and proved unstoppable as he glided under the posts for the opening score which Cameron Lucey converted. Cameron himself added another try on the 7th minute which he again converted and before the break Mickey O’Shea scored a try after an excellent maul which begun on the 22 when Fionnán Mc Dermott secured the lineout and the pack did the rest. On the resumption more pain was to follow for the visitors as Cameron Lucey proved the thorn in the side when he scored his second try. Ballincollig emptied their bench but were still a potent force and when Peter Kelleher crossed the whitewash the game was over. The Ballincollig Boys showed great pitch awareness and managed the game extremely well and Brian Verling at scrum half gave go forward ball to his forwards and backs alike which the opposition had no answer for. It was a very polished performance and the best of the season so far but Ballincollig’s league game against Bandon away in 2 weeks will provide a much stiffer test as both sides are locked on 6 points. The forwards Peter Kelleher, Dylan Desmond, Peaches Kelleher, Mickey O’Shea, Humphrey O’Mahony, Cian Shanahan, Robert O’Donoghue, Fionnán Mc Dermott, Robert Nyhan, Cian O’Leary, Daire Buckley and Stephen Mc Grath put in a huge shift and the backs Brian Verling, Aaron O’Flynn, Cameron Lucey, Aaron Mc Namara, James O’Donnell, jack O’Sullivan, Shane Quinlan, Cameron Thornton, Colin Casey, Daire Conway had the measure of the opposition all day with some very slick passing and interchanging.   The boys have a well deserved rest on next weekend having already played games so far. Well done lads for a gritty and powerful performance.

Fixtures Weekend 19/11/2013  

U7 – Training 10am Tanner Park

U8 – Training 10am Tanner Park

U9 – v Highfield Tanner Park kick off 10am

U10 – Training 10am Tanner Park

U11 – v Midleton away meeting 9:45am travelling by car

U12 – v Highfield Tanner Park kick off 10am

U13 – Training 11:30am

U14 – v Crosshaven league Tanner Park kick off 11:30am

U16 – Training Tanner Park 11:30

U18 – Training Tanner Park 11:30

  • Ballincollig RFC Youths Quiz November 30th €40 per table all welcome great prizes and spots on the night.
  • Please return any tickets & monies for the IRFU Your Club Your Country Draw to Tim Murphy.
  • All player registrations & subscriptions are now OVERDUE these can be paid in the club house on Saturday morning.
  • Club shop open every Saturday morning 9.45am

Youths Table Quiz 2013