Ballymena R.F.C.

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Ballymena Rugby Football Club is a rugby union club based in the town of Ballymena, Northern Ireland. It is affiliated to the Ulster branch of the Irish Rugby Football Union. The club fields six adult teams and an under-20 team. In youth rugby there are under-18, under-16 and under-14 teams. The first team will play in Division One of the AIB League in 2007-08, in addition to the Ulster Senior League and Ulster Senior Cup.


The club was first affiliated to the Ulster Branch of the Irish Rugby Football Union in 1887, but the club did not participate in league competitions until 1922 when it decided to play in the Junior League in the 1923-1924 season. In 1953 Ballymena became a senior club. The club had to wait until 1963 for its first senior success - the Ulster Senior Cup. Many more successes have followed since that date.

Notable players


The following Ballymena players have represented Ireland at full international level.

British and Irish Lions

The following Ballymena players have also represented the British and Irish LionsThe Ireland Rugby Miscellany (2007): Ciaran Cronin.

See also

2009/10 Squad

  • Full-backs: Ricky Andrew, John Nicholl, Jamie Smith
  • Wings: Stephen Castle, Roger McBurney, Tommy Seymour
  • Centres: Matthew Banks, Chris Brigl, Peter Budina, Michael Smith, Alan Smyth, Andrew Trimble, Paddy Wallace, Ian Whitten
  • Out-halves: P. Campbell, Rory Drysdale, Ian Humphreys, Luke Marshall
  • Scrum-halves: Isaac Boss, Gareth......
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