Welcome to the homepage of Ennis RFC.

frank3Ennis RFC was founded in 1923 and has been an active and intrinsic member of the local community ever since. Located on the Drumbiggle Road, the club’s senior team currently plays its rugby in Division 2 of the Munster Junior League and we have an extremely strong youths and mini’s set up, catering for well in excess of 250 kids. Our clubhouse contains a well appointed bar and a newly re-furbished gym. In addition to the clubhouse facilities we also have two 6-a-side floodlit astroturf pitches which are available for rent to the wider community.


Mini Rugby 2015/2016 Season Start

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The new mini-rugby season is about to start for all boys and girls from 6 to 11 years old. We had a fantastic season last year and we are looking forward to making this coming season even better.

The first training session of the season will be on Sunday 6th September at 10am in Lees Rd. We will be welcoming all returning and especially new players.

The age grades for this coming season are

  • U7 – Born in 2009
  • U8 – Born in 2008
  • U9 – Born in 2007
  • U10 – Born in 2006
  • U11 – Born in 2005
  • U12 – Born in 2004


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Sunday 13th Sept
Under 15             v Newcastlewest  Away Killiline ko 11.30am
Sunday 20th Sept
Under 14             v Ballina/Killaloe/Scariff    Lees rd ko 11am
Sunday 27th Sept
Under 13 Black   v Newcastlewest   Lees rd ko 11am
Under 13 Red     v Garryowen Away ko 11am
Under 15            v Old Crescent Lees rd ko 12.30pm

Ennis Under 15's on TV

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Ennis Under 15 Team, winners of the Galway Corinthians National Youth Rugby Festival 2015 is scheduled to be broadcast on Tonight, Tuesday June 16th @ 22.00pm and repeated on Sunday, June 21st @ 20.00pm. See Irish TV channel on Sky 191, on Freesat 400, on eircom aVision 191.
Congratulations again to Team

Ennis, Munster Youth Club of the Year

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Ennis RFC are the proud recipients of this season's Munster Youth Club of the Year. The award was presented to Club President, Gerry Buggy by Munster rugby player Tommy O'Donnell at the annual awards ceremony in the Maryborough Hotel in Cork on April 30th last. It was especially fitting that the award was presented by Tommy as he has previously visited the club and was extremely impressed with the structures and facilities in place.

This award is a massive accolade for the club to achieve, especially so, given the very strong competition from all other clubs in Munster. It comes as a result of many years hard work by all club members and associates. Players, coaches, mentors, parents and the club's Executive committee have all played their part in laying the foundations for this award.

John Colleran, the clubs Youth Officer is in the very happy position of overseeing all the youth teams who have performed so exceptionally well in their various competitions. John wishes to thank all the coaches, players and parents for their dedication throughout the season.

The U.13's reached Cup and League finals The U.14'S won their Conference competition and were unfortunately were beaten in their Cup final by a well drilled amalgamation of two Limerick clubs, Richmond and Presentation.
The U.15's won their league and were victorious in a one day all- Ireland competition hosted by Corinthians RFC in Galway.
The U.16's reached two semi finals and one final in the three competitions they were involved in and were unlucky not to bring home silverware.
The U.18's despite not performing quite as well as their peers, displayed a strong level of commitment throughout the season and a number of them have emerged as strong contenders to put pressure on some of their adult counterparts next season.

Gerry Buggy praised the efforts of all club members who work tirelessly in a totally voluntary capacity to ensure the club continues to cater, week in week out for possibly the largest number of underage players in the whole of Munster.
Coaches are continuously developing their skills both on and off the pitch to ensure our players receive the very best tutelage. Likewise, the club is constantly upgrading facilities and equipment. All of these efforts have combined in the receipt of this prestigious award.

Gerry would like to thank ttm, the clubs main sponsor and all of the businesses who so generously subscribe to the Club Yearbook which is currently available.
The club have no intention of resting on it's laurels. Plans are already in place for further development next season and the club hope to be able to offer it's young members the opportunity to hone their fitness, dietary and skill levels throughout the summer months with the introduction of personalised training programmes.

"While success is brilliant, the ethos of the club remains the same. We want every child who comes through our gates to enjoy themselves, develop friendships and learn a game that will open doors for them all over the world" says Gerry.

The club is always looking for new members, both players and coaches. So if you think you might like to give rugby a "try", why not pay a visit to Ennis RFC.

To celebrate the amazing season, Ennis RFC is hosting a Youth Day in the club on Saturday May 9th. Medal presentations will take place as will various other award presentations. The club would like to invite all Youth players and their parents to attend.

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Ennis RFC Youth Summer Strength & Conditioning Camp

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Ennis RFC is running 2 Strength and Conditioning camps for players aged from 15 to 18 for the summer months. These camps are ideal for the development of players who aim to challenge themselves and strive for representative honours or are leaving youth rugby to play in the adult ranks.
The camps will be limited to 20 people per block

Structure and Content

  • 2 hours of supervised training per week for 6 weeks
  • Small groups to ensure quality (20 people per camp)
  • Movement screening to properly identify mobility and posture issues
  • Fitness testing to monitor and track improvements
  • Tuition in all aspects of weight training and conditioning
  • Guidance on nutrition and player welfare


  • Two 6 week blocks, can be taken separately or successively
  • Block 1: 25th of May to 4th of July
  • Block 2: 20th of July to 28th of August (advisable for Leaving Cert students to take this block)


  • €100 for each 6 week block


  • Bryan Murphy
  • Owen Casey
  • Richard Murphy

For enquiries please contact Richard Murphy: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 087 1227998

TTM Healthcare hosts Charity Auction online in aid of Laura Lynn

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TTM Healthcare is hosting a silent auction online in aid of Laura Lynn. They have some really great items like signed Munster, Leinster, Connacht and Ulster Jerseys and a 2014 Ryder Cup Polo Shirt signed by captain Paul McGinley. Many local businesses have also been extremely generous in their sponsorship. We would really love if you could help us to promote it so that we can raise as much money as possible for Laura Lynn. You may find the auction here

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