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Winning ways continue
A bonus point win was needed by our Senior team in order to stay at the top of AIL Div 2A after Nenagh Ormond secured a
four try winning bonus on Friday night.
With twelve of a possible 18 games played, any one of eight teams has a
realistic chance of making the playoffs and with only 11 points
separating the top six teams the division is still wide open.
Tim Ryans ambition for Highfield is matched by the response of his players. Comraderie is strong within the squad and there's a real sense of support within the club.
Next weeks challenge for the Highfield boys is a home fixture against Blackrock College. We would encourage as many supporters as possible to make this game.
These are great times for our club.
At our recent home AIL match against Cashel, Paddy O'Toole (Club Captain) was accompanied by Mascot Mark Byrne.
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Quarter Final Tickets Champions Cup
Ticket application forms for the upcoming Munster vs Toulouse Champions
Cup are available for download here in both Word or PDF format.
Applications, from fully paid up members are invited. If you have previously applied by email, text, phone call or in person, you must still complete a ticket application form.
Please be aware that we expect to be over subscribed for our ticket
Upcoming fixturesDownload FixturesWomen
: Women's All Ireland League. vs St Marys College k.o.1.00 pm Sun 19/02
Venue: PBC WiltonJunior (J1)
: BOI Munster Junior Cup. vs Abeyfeale k.o.2.00 pm Sun 19/02
Venue: Woodleigh ParkMinor (J2)
: South J2 League Play Offs. vs Bandon k.o.12.00 N Sun 19/02
The Management Committee of Highfield RFC recommends that all persons playing
rugby for our Club, should have their own personal injury insurance that
covers any medical expenses and loss of earnings.
Although all players are covered by IRFU insurance while playing rugby,
this does not cover loss of earnings or medical expenses.
The Club strongly recommends that all players organise their own insurance
to cover this eventuality.
Call for Referees
Do you have what it takes to be a referee?
Each year we appeal to those who have sufficient knowledge of the laws of
the game and who are fit enough to keep up with play to consider coming
forward as referees.
For anyone interested in becoming a referee, the IRFU provide training and
a support structure.
link for details on the IRFU site