CONNACHT RUGBY SUMMER CAMP - CASTLEBAR RFCThe Connacht Rugby Summer Camps, sponsored by Galway Free Range Eggs, are back by popular demand for 2017 with extra venues added across the province to cater for the huge demand. The Camps cost just €80 and take place from Monday-Friday (inclusive) and run from 9.30am-2pm daily with a 9am start on the first day for registration. The Castlebar camp runs from Monday 17th July to Friday 21st July. No rugby experience is necessary to at..
academy application form.pdfacademy application form.xlsxThis years academy will commence on Monday 10th July at 7pm, the academy is open to all club players aged 14 or over, places are limited to 6 per age group.The Academy with run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 7pm to 8pm for four weeks and will concentrate on skills development and strength and conditioning. Applications are open until 5pm this Friday, July 7th and all successful applicants will be notified by e-mail on Saturday ..
There is a massive game for our mens team this weekend when they will contest the 16/17 Curley Cup Final against Loughrea this Saturday night in Ballyhaunis, full fixture details are below;Saturday April 1st, Curley Cup Final;Castlebar vs Loughrea, in Ballyhaunis, Kick-off 7:30pmAll support is greatly appreciated for what should be a great game ofrugby!
Castlebar RFC: 33Corrib RFC: 21Castlebar welcomed Corrib in the semi-final of the Curly Cup on Friday night. Castlebar are currently on top of the J1B league and looking strong, as they are on a strong winning streak at the moment, while Corrib are currently of top of J1C league and were looking to put it up to the Castlebar boys.Played in excellent conditions for a free flowing game, the crowd in attendance were treated to some excellent rugby. Corrib grabbed the first score of the game, thanks..
Ballinrobe RFC: 23Castlebar RFC: 24Castlebar travelled to Ballinrobe on Sunday in the Connacht J1B League. Castlebar were searching for their fourth win in a row, while Ballinrobe were looking to bounce back following a disappointing defeat against Sligo.Played on an excellent surface for a free flowing game the crowd in attendance were treated to a high scoring affair. Castlebar started off the strongest of the two sides, as they piled the pressure on the Ballinrobe defence, the hosts..
John Fallon author of "Connacht - The Team that refused to Die" with be in The Castle Bookshop on Castle Street, Castlebar this Wednesday evening 14th December 2016 from 6pm for a book signing, all are welcome so please support.