The four lucky winners announced today were Newbridge RFC, Ballyhaunis RFC, Killarney RFC and Donaghadee RFC.
As part of the support package, the winning clubs aim to develop their underage structure, introduce outdoor exercise stations, refurbish changing rooms, and improve showering facilities.
The four winning clubs have been awarded with 5,000 euro worth of goods and resources to use during their planned Ulster Bank RugbyForce weekend. The first 50 clubs who registered for the initiative will also receive smaller packs, worth €250.
Speaking at the announcement of the Ulster Bank RugbyForce winners, Munster and Ireland legend Alan Quinlan said: "Ulster Bank RugbyForce is a great initiative which aims to support the grassroots of Irish rugby. Rugby clubs across the country need the backing of their fans and their community.
"New generations are being brought up on provincial rugby but it is so important to remember that you don't need to travel to Limerick, Dublin, Galway or Belfast to see a great game.
"Every weekend, exceptionally talented athletes line out for their clubs and showcase a great standard of rugby. I was delighted to see such large crowds supporting the Ulster Bank League deciders and that's the way every game should be.
"It is time for communities across the country to get behind their local rugby club, not just for Ulster Bank RugbyForce, but to show their ongoing support."
Ulster Bank RugbyForce is part of Ulster Bank parent company RBS Group's wider RugbyForce programme that is delivered with their retail divisions partners across the UK.
In partnership with the respective rugby unions and underpinned by their sponsorship of the RBS 6 Nations, the initiative helps clubs at the grassroots of the game to improve their facilities.
Ellvena Graham, Chief Operating Officer of Ulster Bank, said: "Ulster Bank RugbyForce has proven to be a fantastic and successful initiative for the second year running. It was extremely important to us in Ulster Bank to give something back to the community as part of our partnership with the IRFU.
"These clubs have been at the heart of their communities since they were established. With the aid of the Ulster Bank RugbyForce support packages, they will now have the opportunity to upgrade their facilities. I would like to wish each of the clubs every success for the future."
IRFU President John Hussey added: "The Ulster Bank RugbyForce initiative has received a very positive response and is extremely beneficial to rugby clubs across the island of Ireland.
"The initiative provides a fantastic opportunity to unite club members and volunteers to improve their club and community rugby facilities.
"This is in keeping with the IRFU policy which is to maintain a healthy and vibrant club scene. I would like to thank Ulster Bank as the Official Community Rugby Partner with the IRFU, for another valuable initiative for our clubs."
The following rugby clubs will receive support packages to the value of €250:
Ardee RFC, Armagh, Athy RFC, Aughrim RFC, Ballina RFC, Banbridge RFC, Belfast Harlequins RFC, Castleisland RFC, Carrigaline RFC, Charleville RFC, Clane RFC, Clonakilty RFC, Clontarf RFC, Corca Dhuibhne RFC, Cork Constitution FC, Crosshaven RFC, Dolphin RFC, Douglas RFC, Dunmanway RFC, Ennis RFC, Erris RFC, Galway Corinthians RFC, Greystones RFC, Highfield RFC, Kenmare RFC, Killorglin RFC, Larne RFC, Letterkenney RFC, Lisburn RFC, Londonderry YMCA, Midleton RFC, Monkstown RFC, Nenagh Ormond RFC, Old Wesley RFC, Oughterard RFC, Portadown RFC, Portarlington RFC, Randalstown RFC, Rathdrum RFC, Richmond RFC, Seapoint RFC, Skerries RFC, Skibereen RFC, Sunday's Well RFC, Suttonians RFC, Tir Chonaill RFC, University College Cork RFC, Youghal RFC, Athboy RFC and Lurgan RFC.
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