Ulster Matches shown live @ club

Ulster European Rugby Champions Cup Matches being shown @ Rifle Park. -Saturday 6 December: Ulster Rugby v Scarlets (7.45pm ko) -Sunday 14 December: Scarlets v Ulster (5.15pm)

Date Time Team Opponents Venue
23 Oct 7.30pm 2NDs Rainey OB 2nds HOME
24 Oct 7.30pm 1STs Ballymena AWAY
24 Oct 7.00 Mini Section Lurgan P6 & P7s AWAY
25 Oct 2.30pm 3RDs Omagh 2nds AWAY
25 Oct 11.00am U18s Rainey OB AWAY
25 Oct 11.00am U14s Rainey OB AWAY
25 Oct 9.30am Mini Section Dromore AWAY
25 Oct 11.00am U16s Rainey OB AWAY

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International Ticket Applications

Applications are invited from paid up members for International Tickets and should be returned no later than 31st October 2014. Forms can be downloaded from this website under the club/ information tab.


Upcoming prematch lunch dates

Pre-match lunches are a great opportunity to get friends or work colleagues together for a great Saturday afternoon out.  An excellent two course meal in a relaxed atmosphere provides the perfect build up ahead of an All Ireland or Ulster League encounter.  The Blackrock & Nenagh Matches are now sold out.


Annual Subscriptions are now due

Annual Subscriptions are now due. Click on the website link under Club-Information-Membership and you can download a form and standing order form if you wish to pay monthly. Membership now offers -Use of Gym facility -Free hire of Club function room and kitchen -Issue of Membership card and discounted rate at Bar -Entitlement to apply for international tickets


BANBRIDGE FOURTHS 23 COOKE THIRDS 27

This game was decided by a last-minute try from visitors Cooke after a see-saw battle in which Bann created enough chances to secure the win. Certainly the home side dominated the opening 20 minutes with Cooke making only fleeting excursions out of their own half. Cameron Cromie’s break in the 7th minute carved open the visitors’ defence and centre Andrew Sleator carried on the move. He then drew the full-back and fed his out-half with the return inside pass which put Cromie in under the posts, a drop kick from the same player adding the extras and Bann were up-and-running.


BALLYMENA U-16s 29 BANN U-16S 14

After opening their league campaign with a comprehensive win over Randalstown, Bann’s Under-16 side travelled to meet much tougher opposition at Ballymena. They eventually had to concede defeat to a bigger side, but not before they had shown great qualities of spirit and resilience, battling back after conceding three first half tries to reduce the deficit to 17-14.


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