Malahide RFC 1st Team
Malahide RFC 2ndTeam
Malahide RFC 3rd Team
Malahide RFC Marquee Festival 2019
Jack L - 15th Wednesday
Brendan Grace - 16th Thursday - Cancelled
Mary Black - 17th Friday
President Gala Dinner - 18th May
Fashion Show - 19th Sunday
History Of Malahide Rugby Football Club
Malahide Rugby Club was founded in 1922 and its initial patron was Lord Talbot of Malahide. In those years Malahide R.F.C. fielded two senior teams, playing in Leinster Branch IRFU, League and Cup competitions. Matches were played in Malahide Castle grounds, on the site where Malahide Cricket Club presently reside. Many players lived outside the village and travelled from Rush, Skerries and Dublin to play for Malahide R.F.C. At the end of each season an Honour Cap was awarded to the outstanding players for that season.
Youth and Mini Rugby
At youth level teams are fielded at Under 13, 14, 15, 17 and 19 in Dublin Metropolitan Leagues and mini level teams are fielded at, Under 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12, also competing in Dublin Metropolitan competitions.
The youth system in the club has been very successful in recent years with many players going on to represent the Leinster Metro team.