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 Gary Nolan
President Fintan O'Hagen. 15/16
Coach(es) Kevin Lewis
Captain(s) Bobby Clancy. 15/16
League(s) All-Ireland League, 2B
Team kit

Greystones Rugby Football Club is a rugby union team based in Greystones, County Wicklow in the Republic of Ireland, playing in Division 2B of the All-Ireland League. 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 2B of the Ulster Bank All-Ireland League.

Notable former players[edit]

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]