The 1st XV has maintained AIL status finishing 3rd in Division 2A in the 2012/2103 season. Banbridge is extremely proud to have three of its members who have represented Ireland; namely Tyrone Howe (also a British/Irish Lion), Simon Best and currently Rory Best (also a British/Irish Lion) who is the most capped Irish hooker and captain of Ulster for the 2014/15 season. Former Banbridge RFC Club Captain and capped Ulster scrum-half Ian Porter transferred to Connaught at the end of the 2013/14 season
The Junior section continued to experience success with the U-17 winning league and cup doubles in the 2010/2011 and 2011/2012 seasons. They also won the U-17 plate in 2013/2014. The U-15 won the Bowl on 2013/2014 and the U-19 lifted their Cup and the Nutty Crust Trophy in 2013/2014 and a league and cup double in 2103/2104.
In 2014 Banbridge RFC Ladies Committee, celebrated its 40th anniversary and are without doubt the envy of clubs the length and breadth of Ireland.
Further improvements have been made to the facilities at Rifle Park with the bar area receiving a complete overhaul and most recently a complete renovation of one pitch (to be known as the “pitch for all”) and construction of a new car parking area at a cost of £140, 000 was finished in August 2014. The pitch was officially opened on 23rd August by IRFU Hon. President, Louis Magee, assisted by Ulster branch Hon. President, John Kinnear, Marie Hamilton, Chairperson Banbridge District Council, project managers, Raymond McKinstry and Raymond Thompson, John Best MBE (all past presidents of BRFC) and 2014/2015 Hon. President, Alan Harvey. The 1st XV and mini section played matches against old rivals Ballynahinch and the U-18 XV played Ulster U-18 XV.