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aas were one of the first clubs to set up teams for girls in the province. In 2009, some girls with brothers who played at the club started training and eventually a Naas RfC Girls’ team played in a provincial blitz.

Things have changed dramatically since those early days, and the club now has a team at Under 18 and a team at Under 15, both playing regularly in the Leinster Leagues. Girls’ rugby is growing strongly in the province, so we can now play full-contact, 15 a side rugby against clubs all over the province. We place great emphasis on participation and letting girls try the game, and we also play tag rugby through the summer months.

The highlight of every season is our U18 tour to St Davids in Wales at Easter.

The two girls’ teams train on Mondays from 7.00 to 8.30

Under 15s born 1/7/00 – 30/6/03

Under 18s born 1/7/97 – 30/6/00

Please contact David for further information (085 220 4635 or




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