Club AGM (24/05/2020...

The Club AGM was held in the Loughrea Hotel & Spa on Friday, the 24th of July and was well supported on the night. Out going president Paddy Sweeney received a standing round of applause for his commitment, leadership and dedicated work over the past 6 years as President. Paddy thanked everyone he worked with and said it was an honour to have held this position. He thanked all the sponsors, especially the clubs main sponsor, the Loughrea Hotel & Spa, for their support over the last 4 years. Paddy also thanked the committee, parents, players, coaches, volunteers, etc for their support over the years. Paddy also thanked Gerry & Geraldine McDonnell of McDonnell Facility Services along with Loughrea Bingo for their part in the sponsoring of thge new lights on the training pitch.

New Committee as follows:
President: Sean Moylan
Hon. Secretary: Paul Foley
Hon Treasurer: Pat Cunningham
Fixture Secretary: Sean Moylan
Vice President: Geraldine Mc Nally
Asst. Secretary: Eoghan Young
Asst. Treasurer: Damian Leahy

Committee Members elected on the night:
Ronan Lahart
Cathal Spellman
Paddy Sweeney
Maurice Moloney

Other Positions retained:
Club Welfare Officer: Carolyn Moore
Head of Grounds: James Ward.

Seniors return to training (24/07/2020)...

The club are delighted to annonunce that we have completed and filed our Return to Rugby - Covid-19 Health & Saftety plan with the Connacht Branch. As a result, our senior players will be starting back training this coming week.

Covid-19 Health & Safety Plan......

Over the past number of weeks a huge amount of work has been done in conjunction with the IRFU and the Connacht Branch regarding the Clubs Return to Rugby Covid-19 Health &: Safety Plan. Detailed information will be made available in the coming weeks on the Covid-19 page of the website, for more information click here

IRFU Return To Rugby Guidelines For Clubs: Summary Roadmap (29/05/2020....

Irish Rugby published a summary roadmap for a return to rugby in clubs. The objective of this summary roadmap is to provide high level clarity to clubs and ensure safety measures are taken before activities can resume. More information can be found here


COVID-19 - Stay At Home

Connacht Rugby and their clubs have been asked to pass this important message on to the younger people of Ireland from the doctors of the Infectious Diseases Society of Ireland about COVID-19 virus infection.

The majority of young people who get COVID infection will have mild infection and recover. But, they will most likely pass it on to 2-3 others. Older people who get COVID-19 infection are at risk of severe disease or death. Older people are your grannies and grandads, or mams and dad's if they have health problems.

How can you keep your loved ones safe?

Stay at home. Stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect your loved ones by staying at home.


COVID-19 - Rugby Update (19/03/2020)...

Irish Rugby, together with Connacht Rugby & and the three other provinces, have announced that the that the 2019/20 domestic season is to conclude with immediate effect due to ongoing concerns over Coronavirus. Further details on or


COVID-19 - Rugby Update (12/03/2020)....

Irish Rugby, together with Connacht Rugby & and the three other provinces, have announced the suspension of all Domestic Rugby activity. The suspension takes place from 6pm this evening 12th March until the 29th March (inclusive). Further details on or