Greystones RFC

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Greystones RFC
Full name Greystones Rugby Football Club
Founded 1937
Region County Wicklow
Ground(s) Dr Hickey Park
Mill Road
Greystones
Chairman Peter Butler
President Alan Keyes
Coach(es) Conor Gormley
Captain(s) Barry Holmes
League(s) AIB League
Team kit

Greystones Rugby Football Club is a rugby union team based in Greystones, County Wicklow in the Republic of Ireland. The club was formed in 1937. They won their first trophy in 1944 when they won the Metropolitan League .[1] They currently play in Division Three of the AIB League.

Notable former players[edit]

see also Category:Greystones R.F.C. players

Ireland[edit]

The following Greystones players represented Ireland at full international level.

British and Irish Lions[edit]

As well as representing Ireland, several Greystones players also represented the British and Irish Lions. Both Robbie and Popplewell were attached to Greystones when they represented the Lions.[2]

Other internationals[edit]

Honours[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ www.greystonesrfc.ie
  2. ^ The Ireland Rugby Miscellany (2007): Ciaran Cronin

External links[edit]