Castlebar Rugby Club are looking to host some coaching sessions for all age groups throughout the year, open to everyone!This is to encourage club members to get a deeper understanding around coaching, learn more about the game of rugby and potentially coach some of our teams. Classes are TBC as we're organising numbers to determine how many classes and the levels required. Register your interest HERE We will be in contact with more information shortly.
CASTLEBAR SURVIVE LATE CORRIB ONSLAUGHT TO EARN THEIR PLACE IN THE JUNIOR CUP SEMI-FINALCASTLEBAR 18CORRIB 12On Sunday afternoon last, Corrib and their masses of travelling supporters descended on Cloondeash to take on Castlebar in cold and frosty conditions. Corrib arrived with their confidence at a high, coming off a 61 to 7 point win over last weeks opponents, Old Boys Club (OLBC) to earn a shot at reaching the Semi Final. However it was Castlebar who found themselves on the score board after..
CASTLEBAR PROGRESS TO QUARTER FINALS IN CONNACHT JUNIOR CUPCastlebar welcomed Tuam to Cloondeash on Sunday with the prize being a place in the quarter final of the Connacht Junior Cup. The game was a tightly fought battle between the two teams but after an entertaining contest, Castlebar emerged on top on a score line of 17-14 to earn a place against Corrib next Sunday. The opening score of the game came after 13 minutes with Tuam kicking the ball downfield only for it to be taken in the air ski..
J1A Connacht League | Castlebar V Westport Away 19/20 | Report
January 07, 2020
Castlebar 31 Westport 15Massive bonus point win away for Castlebar. Read more about the game below as Gerry Melly's match report recaptures the game.CASTLEBAR TAME THE WESTPORT BULLS Of all the Junior rugby fixtures in the J1A league, no fixture creates as much rivalry and interest as the meeting of near neighbours Castlebar and Westport. On Saturday evening under lights a large crowd assembled in Carrowholly to watch the latest battle take place. In their first meeting this season back at t..
Castllebar 18 Monivea 13A hard fought win at home for Castlebar see them go to 4th in the league table. Tries came from Barry Walsh and Sean Tonra. Man of the Match was David Staunton. It was a great day at the club with our U17's also in action beating Corrib 23-19, a Christmas Blitz for the Mini's and Santa coming to the bar for the young athetes.As well as this we hosted the AIRC Toy Run in aid of Children with disabilites. U17's Castlebar 23 V Corrib 19&..
CRFC Toy Run!We were delighted to be host this event before our match with Monivea this Sunday in aid of a very worthy cause!It was a pleasure supporting AIRC supporting children with disabilities in Mayo. Thanks to everyone who donated toys for the worthy cause.
Castlebar 18 Tuam 13Castlerbar made up for their 24-14 defeat against Tuam in the previous league game with an impressive win for the home side in very wet conditions.A try from David Staunton off the back of a scrum in the first half and Sean Tonra from a maul in the second sums up the tough nature of the game which required keeping the ball tight, limiting mistakes and execute when in the oppositions 22. 2 penalty kicks and 1 conversion meant another solid kicking game from Barry Walsh! M..
Castlebar 52, Connemara 19.Great result for the u15’s! Their third win in a row with tries from Patrick Flanelly, Liam McNicholas, Adam Murphy(2) and Pelumi Kareem(4)! Conversions kicked by Patrick Flanelly. Man of the match was Cathal Fahy.Next up for them is Westport away next Friday night.
Connacht U-17 league 24/11/2019Castlebar 20 - 0 Carrick-On-ShannonCastlebar U 17's got back to winning ways at Cloondeash on Sunday with a well organised display against rivals Carrick in this round of the Connacht league.After slipping up against Corrib last time out the Castlebar outfit were determined that there would be no slip-ups this time round. Carrick kicked off under cold and overcast conditions and immediately Castlebar were in attacking mode.From the off the Castlebar Youngblood&..
Castlebar 43, Westport 26Back to back wins for our Under 15s in a great performance with tries from Pelumi Kareem(2), Adam Murphy(2), Joe O’Donnell, John O’Brien and Niall Heneghan!Next up for them is Connemara at home next weekend!