On Sunday 4th December Newbridge's Under 17 School/Youths played Seapoint at Rosetown. This was the first match in the Leinster Under 17 School/Youth Premier League. The result was a great win for Newbridge by 20 pts to 12. Newbridge had led by a point at half time.
Earlier in the weekend, on Friday evening under lights in Rosetown, Newbridge’s Under 15sdefeated Naas by 17 pts to 12 in their opening match of Leinster’s Under 15 Youth League Division 2. This victory marked a big turnaround from the team’s last game against Naas game. Well done lads, the team building on Curragh last Saturday really paid off !
Our Under 17 LL team were awarded a walk over on Saturday so gained the league win points. .
Up coming fixtures are :-
* Saturday 10th Dec - U13 v Enniscorthy in Rosetown KO @ 12.00 noon
- U15 v Athy in Rosetown KO @ 12.00 noon
- U17LL v Longford Away KO tba
* Sunday 11th Dec - U17SY v St Marys Away KO tba
* Training - All players need to ensure they get out training this week to keep the ball rolling on our league campaigns.
* Lifts to games - Also, we'd ask parents to contact coaches at training if they can support driving for away games so we can better plan for saturdays.
Our sucess is built on the work we put in and all support is welcome.
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1. Child Welfare
2. Newbridge RFC Rules and Constitution
Newbridge RFC is giving you the opportunity to get involved in The Kube. Just like the popular ITV game show, contestants get the opportunity to compete in a series of challenges and be in with a chance to take home €2,000.
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During 2016/17 season
Newbridge RFC is
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and WERT Consulting.
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On Sunday 4th December in Leinster League Division 2A Newbridge 1st XV suffered the heartache of a narrow one point loss to Railway Union. Played in Rosetown the home side scored a last minute try but the missed conversion left the final score Newbridge 11 pts Railway Union 12. However the loosing bonus point has moved Newbridge off the bottom of the league. Newbridge 2nd XV also lost to Railway Union by 17 pts to 27. Next up for both Newbridge sides in the league is Edenderry away on Sunday 11th December. The 2nd XV will again kick off at 12.30pm and the 1st XV at 2.00pm. Click HERE to read Dave Ash's match report. Click HERE for Fixture and Result information.
Newbridge were drawn away against Division 1B side Tullow in the first round of Leinster's Bank of Ireland Provincial Towns Cup. The draw took place on Sunday 4th December at the home of the holders Wicklow Rugby Club with current Irish Internationals Tadg Furlong and Josh van der Flier. The first round match is scheduled for Sunday 22nd January. Click HERE and scroll down for full first round draw.
Sun 11th Dec - Newbridge 2nd XV v Edenderry 2nd XV
>>> Away at Edenderry RFC KO 12.30pm
Sun 11th Dec - Newbridge 1st XV v Edenderry 1st XV
>>> Away at Edenderry RFC KO 2.00pm
Mon 19th Dec - IRFU "Your Club Your Country" Grand Draw
Sat 28th Jan - Newbridge RFC presents "THE KUBE"
>>> The Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge
Thank you to every who has purchased tickets for this year's bumper IRFU Your Club Your Country Grand Draw. Tickets cost €10 and your club benefits 100% from the value of all the tickets it sold. Thank you also to all the tickets sellers. This was an important fund raiser for our club so the support of members and friends of our club is much appreciated. THANK YOU !!
All of the prizes are provided by the IRFU and their partners at no cost to the club. Hopefully one or more of the Newbridge ticket holders will pick up one of the ten great prizes - Click HERE and scroll down for prize details. The draw in the IRFU is scheduled for Monday 19th December.
>>> Your Club Your Country <<<
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Want to know more?
Your club is still looking for someone, probably a parent of one of the minis or youths, to lend a hand. Don't be put off by the title, Club Welfare Officer, which is a very important role in the club. However it won't take up much of your time and you don't need prior experience. You will receive a full briefing.
To find out more click HERE and scroll down and/or contact the Club Secretary Fiona Nugent on 087 2027217 or Chairman Mick McCoy on 086 8117877 or email email@example.com .