Match Report: 1sts v Galwegians

As September draws to an end, and autumn looms, the sun decided to stay out for Galwegians visit to Stradbrook. A fast start from the visitors with a break up the middle from the No.5 lead to early penalty attempt which was converted by the No.10 More early pressure ultimately led to the first try of the match! 0 - 10 But rock stayed calm and trusted their processes. 14 minutes in and out-half Peter Quirke goes over for Rock’s first score of the day. Unconverted as the wind challenged the No.10. 5 - 10 Followed by another try from a maul and a strong finish from the pack. 10 - 10 The teams traded play after play, each holding their own in defence. A penalty kick from Galwegians proved to be

Talented Rock Women Recognised

Recently several of Rock's Women players have been recognised for their achievements. Congratulations to Judy Bobbett and Eimear Corri on their selection for the Irish Rugby Emerging Talent Squad. Judy has recently captained Leinster Womens Rugby Under 18's Squad for the second year in a row as well as juggling playing Inter County Football with Meath. Eimear has already represented Leinster Women's Rugby at both Under 18's (where she captained the squad) and senior level. She also captained her college team, DCU. Not forgetting international honours, with Irish Rugby Sevens Squad. You can read more about the Emerging Talent Squad on the IRFU's website. The 24th of September saw three of our

Match Report: 1sts v Tullamore

Rock miss fire in a well earned win over Tullamore in Spollanstown. The first try came from Paul Cullen. Started from a line out and a subsequent break down on the 5 meter, Cullen crashed over with some hard running. Converted by out half Peter Quirke. 7 - 0 Shortly after Tullamore made a similar drive from a line out of their own, following a kick to touch from penalty for “not releasing" in the centre of the park. Solid pillar defence from the forwards meant Tullamore went to the backs. Some rush defence left a gap and Tullamore went straight in under the posts. 7 -7 Regrouped, Rock got back to work! And got over for their second converted try 14 - 7 Follow quickly by a third; after some c

Pre-Match Lunch 29th Sep

Blackrock College RFC will be hosting a Pre-Match Lunch before the eagerly anticipated first AIL home match vs Galwegians on Saturday 29th September. Arrangements for the day as follows: * 12:30 Guest to meet at the Clubhouse * 13:00 Lunch * 14:30 Match kicks off * 17:00 Womens Match kicks off The cost is €25 pp, which includes ground entry, 2-course lunch and match programme. Please contact Conor Cleary 0872551479 as demand for places will be very high, given the anticipation for the start of the season. Come out and show your support for Blackrock College RFC!

29th December Raceday Details

One of our most popular annual events is back for another year. Join us at Leopardstown Racecourse on Saturday 29th December for Blackrock College RFC's annual Raceday. Contact Pat Finn on to secure your spot now... this event always sells out so contact him fast before you miss out! UPDATE: 11/12/18: ONLY ONE TABLE REMAINS!!! PLEASE CONTACT PAT ON ROCKTICKETS17@GMAIL.COM TO GET IN ON ALL THE FUN!

Match Report: 1st v Wanderers

Friday night faulty lights as Wanderers edge out Rock in a very close game. In a game where the Rock scrum and line out fired quite well, and the possession stacked heavily in their favour, the finishing touch remained illusive. Rock started slow and were quickly punished from a missed tackle in the line of defence. Converted, Wanderers went 7-0 up. A penalty shortly after from out half Peter Quirke brought it to 7-3. More pressure from Wanderers and Rock conceded again! But failed to convert. 12-3 With 8 minutes to half time, the Friday night lights failed. A welcomed break for Rock, as they looking like a different team when they restarted. After some very hard running from Hugo Godson Tra


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