The pre-season is underway in rugby clubs around Ireland but many use the summer months to give their clubhouse an improved look. Clontarf Rugby Club have unveiled their freshly-painted clubhouse at Castle Avenue thanks to Crown Paints.
The action between the white lines on the pitch is usually the centre of attention at Clontarf Rugby Club, but thanks to Crown Paints, it is the clubhouse that is the new attraction.
With all paint donated by Crown Paints, who are based on the Malahide Road, the north Dublin club has had something of a makeover as members got together to give the clubhouse a new look.
Clontarf open their Ulster Bank League campaign away to Dublin rivals Blackrock College with the first home game of the league a week later on Saturday, October 8 when Young Munster come calling.
‘Tarf topped Division 1B last season and will be hoping to continue that form in the restructured ten-team Division 1A of the Ulster Bank League.
They are also scheduled to host their first ‘Friday Night Lights’ game of the league on Friday, October 28. Lansdowne, who are also newly promoted, will be the visitors that night.
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