Irish Warriors RFC
History of the Irish Warriors
The club was first formed in 1906, however through lack of funds and grounds it was dissolved at the end of the 1907/1908 season.
At the beginning of the 1910/1911 season under the guidance of the late Patrick Byrne it surfaced again only to disband three seasons later.
The present Club was reactivated in 1923 under the Presidency of John Murphy; William O’Driscoll and Honorary Treasurer James McGrath.
Our Club has always been a ‘grass roots’ club with a firm grounding in the local community. We are currently experiencing success at all levels and have a real vision for the future. We are proud of our history and our identity and look forward to the coming developments with huge optimism. We ask that all players, supporters, ex-members and Rugby enthusiasts buy into this vision and support us in the coming seasons.
Irish Warriors RFC is one of the leading rugby clubs in Ireland.
And if playing rugby is not your thing, we also have a large non-playing membership who enjoy being part of a successful and friendly sports club.
Get Involved in Irish Rugby at Grassroots Level
Whether you wish to get your boots muddy by becoming a Playing Member or become an active supporter as a Clubhouse Member, you’ll immediately feel welcomed and part of a community at the club.
Becoming a member of Irish Warriors RFC is a great way of expanding your social and business network.
The club runs a host of social functions including dinners, golf outings, discos, parties and rugby tours. If you wish to volunteer, there’s a wide range of volunteer roles from managing teams to organising social events.