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John Walsh - President of Leinster Rugby

Wednesday 02nd September, 2020

Congratulations to John Walsh on his election as the 101st President of Leinster Rugby. It is a huge honour for John and for Naas RFC.

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Sunday 16th August, 2020

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Naas 49 - Tullamore 0

Sunday 01st March, 2020

Naas marched into the Second Round of the Bank of Ireland Provincial Towns Cup with a comprehensive win over Tullamore on Sunday afternoon.The home side started brightly and scored within 90 seconds. After being awarded a penalty a quick tap by Barry Finan caught the Tullamore defence unawares and his pass saw Evan Coyle dive over for the try.Tullamore...

Naas 3 – Banbridge 6

Saturday 29th February, 2020

Storm Jorge was not able to cause a cancellation of the Division 1B game between Naas and Banbridge last Saturday afternoon, but it certainly was able to ruin the game as a spectacle. A driving wind, persistent rain and freezing temperatures made for terrible conditions, and all the players involved and indeed the spectators deserve a medal for their...

Shannon 50 – Naas 10

Saturday 22nd February, 2020

Having amassed three consecutive wins since the turn the year, Naas travelled to Thomand Park to face Shannon last Saturday afternoon in confident mood. Add to this fact their very good record against their Limerick rivals and there was plenty of reasons for this optimism, but unfortunately it was one of those days that nothing went right for them and they...

St. Mary’s College 15 – Naas 25

Friday 14th February, 2020

Naas travelled to Templeville Road last Friday night to face St. Mary’s College and with their best performance of the season they left with a vital victory. There was no fluke about this win, as apart from the opening quarter they totally dominated and were fully merited victors.The game was played in perfect conditions with Storm Dennis still to...

Naas 39 - Old Belvedere 12

Saturday 25th January, 2020

Old Belvedere traveled to Naas determined to gain revenge for their defeat by the same opposition last month. However their hopes were shattered by a scintillating first half display by Naas, which meant that the destination of the points was already decided at the half-time whistle. In this forty minutes Old Belvedere had the better of possession and...

Navan 10 – Naas 19

Saturday 11th January, 2020

Just before Christmas Naas entertained Navan in the Energia AIL Division 1B and went into that game as raging hot favourites. However they never performed to their capabilities and fell to a surprising defeat. Last Saturday they travelled to Meath for the return fixture determined to make amends for that performance. They achieved their goal with a...

Naas 12 – Navan 15

Friday 20th December, 2019

After a superb victory over Old Belvedere the previous weekend Naas went into their fixture against Navan in fine form last Friday night. With a big crowd full of the joys of Christmas in attendance, another win for the home side seemed on the cards, but to their credit Navan spoiled the party and in doing so claimed their first victory of the season.The game was...

Old Belvedere 12 – Naas 19

Saturday 07th December, 2019

Naas travelled to Ollie Campbell Park to face Old Belvedere last Saturday with the game kicking off at a later time of 5pm to allow supporters to watch the Leinster v Northampton game first. However this created some additional pressure for Naas as by kick-off time they knew that the three teams immediately above them in the league table had won and therefore a...

Naas 10 – St. Marys College 16

Friday 29th November, 2019

Naas entertained St. Mary’s College at home last Friday night and in a very entertaining game they lost narrowly, albeit picking up a losing bonus point in the process. With both sides endeavouring to spread the ball wide at every opportunity this game was played at a tremendous pace, and the large crowd that turned up to watch were richly...

Naas 16 – Shannon 14

Saturday 16th November, 2019

A moment of individual brilliance deep into injury time, added to some outstanding defence and questionable decision making by Shannon, led to Naas continuing their recent tremendous record against their Munster rivals at Forenaughts last Saturday afternoon. For once the weather gods shined on Naas as the game was played on a perfect day for rugby, it was...

Banbridge 13 – Naas 3

Saturday 09th November, 2019

Naas travelled to Banbridge last Saturday for their latest Energia All-Ireland League Division 1B game. As has been the theme this Winter the game was played in appalling conditions, with driving rain and an icy breeze making life difficult for both players and spectators.The story of the game is easily told. With open, runnning rugby not on the cards with...

Naas 27 – Malone 38

Saturday 02nd November, 2019

On an afternoon that weather conditions meant that the majority of games in the Energia All-Ireland League around the country were low scoring affairs, Naas and Malone bucked the trend by amassing no less than 65 points between them in their match at Forenaughts last Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately for Naas more than 50% of them went to Malone,...

Highfield 38 – Naas 20

Saturday 19th October, 2019

Naas travelled down to Cork to face Highfield in their latest game of the current Energia All-Ireland League last Saturday afternoon. This was always going to be a stern test for Naas as their rivals are the early pacesetters of the league, and have impressed many with their performances to date. In the end it turned out be a heavy defeat for Naas. However it...

Naas 10 – Old Wesley 16

Saturday 12th October, 2019

Naas entertained Old Wesley in the Energia All-Ireland League last Saturday afternoon and a storming finish by the home side saw them claim a losing bonus point, which could be crucial at the end of the season. Games between theses sides in recent times have produced some classics, and while this latest renewal will not go down as another one, the gain of the...

Armagh 13 – Naas 7

Saturday 05th October, 2019

Naas got their 2019/2020 All Ireland League campaign underway last Saturday with a trip North to Armagh. This summer has seen major changes in the Naas camp – of the 22 players who figured in the narrow play-off defeat by Old Wesley last April only 11 were available for selection for this contest. Obviously it is going to take time for this new side to...

Naas RFC Summer Camps

Tuesday 11th June, 2019

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DIVISION 1A PLAY-OFF SEMI-FINAL Naas just failed in their attempt to join the elite of Irish Rugby in Division 1A after falling to an extra-time defeat by Old Wesley in Donnybrook on Sunday in the play-off semi-final. Both meetings between these sides earlier this season had been extremely close and another tight encounter was expected here. It certainly...

U18 DARCY CUP FINAL - Naas 42 Navan 10

Saturday 27th April, 2019

Naas Under-18s claimed a great victory in the Darcy Cup Final against Navan last Saturday, when a superb second half display saw them run out comfortable victors.They went into this game with high hopes having defeated the likes of Gorey and Wexford on the way to the final, but a nervous start saw them only 6-3 in front at the interval despite playing with a...


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