Annual Membership Subscriptions are due every season from 1st August. ALL Members should utilise the new online payment platform (IRFU RugbyConnect). A full guide on how to do this can be found below.
Alternatively, membership forms are available below to download and should be;
- forwarded to the club address accompanied by the appropriate fee
- or presented to Mark O’Brien in the Club Bar accompanied by the appropriate fee
- or handed to a member of the Executive Committee accompanied by the appropriate fee.
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PAY YOUR SUBS ONLINE
REGISTER & PAY ONLINE through IRFU Rugby Connect
RugbyConnect is the sole platform for all aspects game and competition management. It features a wide range of paperless functionalities to help volunteers manage areas such as safeguarding and club membership.
In this section you will find login links for players and clubs as well as a series of videos and guides on the system.
All players must renew their membership in RugbyConnect for the 2021/22 season. You will receive a renewal email to begin the process.
*Please note renewals and new registrations are not available until your club has made them available on the above link. Contact your club if there is no memberships available in your club.
Rugby Connect Guide
|RugbyConnect Renewal Sign-Up Guide|
|RugbyConnect Registration Sign-Up Guide (Updated 11/11/20)|
|RugbyConnect Adding Account Access|
|RugbyConnect Parent’s Reassigning Account Access as Youth Turns 18|
|RugbyConnect Transfer Guide For the Player|
Link to Insurance Info on IRFU Website: https://www.irishrugby.ie/running-your-club/insurance/
Letter from IRFU to Clubs for Season 2018/19: Click Here
Season 2018/2019 – IRFU Compulsory Personal Accident Scheme for Clubs
On behalf of the Irish Rugby Football Union, Aon design and manage a range of insurances for all individuals whilst active in rugby in Ireland. The Irish Rugby Football Union arranges Group Personal Accident cover for all players and certain officials who are members of affiliated Clubs.
The Union believes it has a responsibility to provide a minimum level of insurance cover and therefore the scheme is compulsory for all Clubs. This compulsory scheme is intended to primarily cover catastrophic injuries only and, whilst the” benefit may appear substantial, it will not necessarily be sufficient to cover future needs if a player is severely injured.
Players should understand acknowledge and accept that there are risks of injury (including serious injury) and death in the course of playing and training for Rugby and the player voluntarily accepts such risk of injury or death. Players should be aware that the compulsory scheme does not provide payment of medical expenses or loss of earnings, nor does it cover fatal collapse unless a physical accident precedes same whilst in training or on the match pitch.
It is the player’s individual responsibility that they have adequate insurance in place. Further information regarding insurance is available by contacting the IRFU’s insurance brokers, Aon on 01 2666 400.