Barnhall RFC is a rugby club set up in 1969. It is situated between Leixlip and Celbridge in County Kildare and caters for underage, schoolboy, and senior teams. The first team play in Division 3 of the All Ireland League sposored by Allied Irish Banks.
Ennis RFC was founded in 1923 and has been an active and intrinsic member of the local community ever since. Located on the Drumbiggle Road, the clubs senior team currently plays its rugby in Division 2 of the Munster Junior League and we have an extremely strong youths and minis set up, catering for well in excess of 250 kids.
Founded in 1884, Garryowen Football Club is one of Ireland's oldest rugby clubs, and is also one of Ireland's foremost sporting institutions. Based at Dooradoyle in Limerick, which is the rugby capital of Ireland, Garryowen is the only club in the history of rugby football to have part of the terminology of the game called after it.