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At our second home AIL match this season, Paddy O'Toole (Club Captain) was accompanied by Mascot Eddie Dooley from our Under 9 team.
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Upcoming fixturesDownload FixturesU20
: U20 Donal Walsh Trophy 2016-2017. vs Garryowen k.o.2.30 pm Sat 22/10
: Women's All Ireland League. vs Galwegians k.o.1.00 pm Sun 23/10
Venue: Woodleigh ParkMinor (J2)
: South Junior 2 League - Section B. vs Cobh Pirates k.o.12.00 N Sun 23/10
Venue: AwayJunior (J1)
: Munster Seconds League South. vs Sundays Well k.o.2.30 pm Sun 23/10
: Ulster Bank League. vs Sundays Well k.o.7.00 pm Fri 28/10
Venue: Woodleigh Park
: South Munster League. Dolphin k.o.11:30 Sat 22/10 Venue:AwayU16
: Munster League. Sundays Well k.o.11:00 Sat 22/10 Venue:AwayU18
: Munster League. Dolphin k.o.11:00 Sat 22/10 Venue:Woodleigh Park
It's now time for all members to complete their annual registration. The office is now accepting subs for the new season which are now due.
Adults can also now pay membership on-line. Check out our
for details or go directly
to the payment site by using the link below.
Underage registrations cannot be done online due to different
signed form requirements. Underage registrations can be completed each
Saturday during the season at the clubhouse
The Management Committee of Highfield RFC recommends that all persons playing
rugby for our Club, should have their own personal injury insurance that
covers any medical expenses and loss of earnings.
Although all players are covered by IRFU insurance while playing rugby,
this does not cover loss of earnings or medical expenses.
The Club strongly recommends that all players organise their own insurance
to cover this eventuality.
Call for Referees
Do you have what it takes to be a referee?
Each year we appeal to those who have sufficient knowledge of the laws of
the game and who are fit enough to keep up with play to consider coming
forward as referees.
For anyone interested in becoming a referee, the IRFU provide training and
a support structure.
link for details on the IRFU site