As the new season gets underway, Leinster Rugby’s Club Community Rugby Officers (CCRO) are again ready to support clubs and schools around the province.

Leinster Rugby has approximately 50 CCROs working on the ground in the 12 counties, with our clubs and schools for the 2022/23 season.

The CCROs work within clubs, schools and community groups to deliver tailored rugby programmes and expand the game.

Under the guidance of the regional Community Rugby Officer (CRO), the CCRO is responsible for the delivery of programmes in their designated area surrounding their rugby club.

If you would like a Leinster Rugby CCRO to attend your school to deliver a rugby programme, or if you have any questions, please contact your local CCRO below.

View the gallery of images from the day HERE.

Club CCRO Email
Ardee Ian Stewart
Arklow Barney Hynes
Ashbourne Graham Brennan
Athboy Shane Mooney
Athy Tadhg Kelleher
Balbriggan Graham Reynolds
Birr Denis Rusu
Boyne Kieran O’Sullivan
Carlingford Niall Kerley
Carlow Gavin Whitney
Cill Dara Pat Behan
Clane Mary Healy
Clondalkin Darren Madden
Clontarf Fionn Gilbert
Coolmine TBC
Dundalk Tiernan Gonnelly
Edenderry TBC
Enniscorthy Michael Bolger
Gorey Eoin Walsh
Kilkenny Noel Devlin
Longford Aoghan Clark
Malahide Michael Abrahams
Midland Warriors TBC
MU Barnhall Luke Ingleton
Mullingar Clare O’Brien
Naas Mick Cahill
Navan Jack Nelson
NEIC Matt Gill
New Ross Niall O’Callaghan
Newbridge Sebastian Berti
North Kildare TBC
Northmeath TBC
Old Belvedere Ariel Robles
Old Wesley Andrew Egan
Portarlington Paidi Mahon
Portlaoise Bryan Croke
Rathdrum Noel Cross
Ratoath TBC
Roscrea John O’Dowd
Seapoint Luke Sloyan
Skerries Andy Carabini
Suttonians TBC
Tullamore John Burns
Tullow John Manifold
Wanderers Mick Finlay
West Offaly Lions Padraig Malone
Westmanstown Rob Wolfe
Wexford Wanderers Graham Barry
Wicklow Aidan Kearney