They won last season's Towns Cup in Ulster, beating Clogher Valley along the way. They have won three out of four in their Ulster Junior League Cup section this season and are scheduled to play Armagh later this month.
Both Nigel Hall and David Lambe have represented Ulster at Junior Interprovincial level.
The club are very much a community-based one with most of the players drawn from the area.
Eleven of the panel are products of Coleraine Academical Institute, while another seven graduated from the youth section of the club to the first panel.
There are only three non Ulstermen in the squad - Benjy Van Der Byl (pictured right), Tommy Van Wyk and Waldo Herbst - all from South Africa.
Road To The Final -
First Round, Saturday, December 16, 2006
Away to Tullamore, Won 25-23
Tries: John Boyd, Tommy Van Wyk; Pens: Peter McNay 4; Drop: Archie Kettyle
Quarter-Final, Saturday, February 3, 2007
Home to Boyne, Won 45-17
Tries: Nigel Hall, David Lambe, Colin McNay, Benjy Van der Byl, Peter McNay ; Cons: Peter McNay 4; Pens: Peter McNay 3; Drop: Peter McNay
Semi-Final, Saturday, March 17, 2007
Away to Mallow, Won 29-13
Tries: Gareth Cochrane 2; Cons: David Andrews 2; Pens: David Andrews 4, Peter McNay
President: Francis Kerr
Captain: John Boyd
Coach: Norman Blair
Full Backs/Wings - Nicky Blair, Brian Cochrane, Tommy Van Wyk (SA), Nigel Hall, Colin McNay, Chris Cochrane
Centres - David Lambe, Benjy Van Der Byl (SA), Peter McNay
Out-Halves - David Andrews, Peter McNay, Chrissie Blair
Scrum Halves - Archie Kettyle, Paul Roxborough, Neil Campbell
Props - Sam Bartlett, John Porter, Arnie Hogg, Aaron Ramage, Stephen Jefferson
Hookers - Paul Brown, Neil Hamilton, Sam McAuley
Locks - John Boyd, John W Boyd, Johnny Gault, Waldo Herbst (SA), Trevor Jackson
Flankers - Marty Miller, Gareth Cochrane, Stephen Dickie, Harry Tate