Meet The Warriors – James Boyle

2017-12-29T12:28:34+00:00 November 10th, 2015|

James Boyle (26) I joined the Warriors after seeing they had an open door training session in April. I decided to go along with the aim of making friends and learning new skills. I immediately felt very welcome. Despite having no previous experience playing rugby, I've grown to understand the game through training with the

Match Report – Clontarf Vs Emerald Warriors

2015-11-10T09:44:39+00:00 November 10th, 2015|

*Match report by acting captain Brian Healy. Thanks to all who participated in Saturdays match and also to have a large number of supporters was fantastic. Daniel was awarded man of the match by Pat and this was well deserved. Daniel made it across the pitch got the tackles in and worked his ass off in

Meet the Warriors – Stephen Hackett

2017-12-29T12:29:40+00:00 November 3rd, 2015|

Stephen Hackett (27) I joined the Warriors in July 2015 after a surprisingly very enjoyable open training day. I never had any ambition to play rugby. I only watched the sport when the big games were on and found it all too confusing to follow or enjoy properly. Growing up in a soccer household didn’t help either. I was

Match Report – Emerald Warriors Vs Barnhall

2015-11-02T13:46:04+00:00 November 2nd, 2015|

Match Report Emerald Warriors V MU Barnhall Saturday 31st October  2015, 2pm There will be a fair few sore bodies today, and there were some very exhausted players walking off the pitch on Saturday.  This is due to the fact that every single player gave 100% in the game, from the first minute to the

Meet the Team – Joel Loll-McKeever

2017-12-29T12:31:17+00:00 October 21st, 2015|

Joel Loll-McKeever (24) I joined the Warriors in January 2015 because I felt at a loose end after finishing college. I wanted something to do that would motivate me, give me a chance to challenge myself and push me out of my rut. Team sports and rugby in particular was always something I felt intimidated

Our own Noel Noblett in Today’s Irish Independent

2017-12-29T12:35:31+00:00 October 16th, 2015|

I've always thought rugby was a sport that depends on trust. Each time Conor Murray produces a box kick for Ireland in the World Cup, he trusts his team mates to be up and under that ball. Each time Sean O'Brien ploughs through the opposition's defensive line, he trusts there'll be another teammate on his

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