Get In The Swing Of It With Rainey Old Boys

 Times available?

 

8:30am - 4:00pm

 Cost?  

Corporate Four-balls: £160
Members: £140

   
 How can I book?   Four-ball booking details available from:

   

Brian Wilson

Paul Flanigan

Hugh McGoldrick

John Overend

Arnold McLean

07967 966416

07712 896171

07809 896259

07591 241096

07748 643188

 

But that's not all!!

 

Win a Citroen C1!!

Kindly sponsored by

JC Halliday & Sons Mid-Ulster

Win a C1 for a Hole-In-One

on the "Captain's Pride" 4th Hole!


 



 
To continue doing what we love, we need sponsorship from generous businesses

Please sponsor a hole for £100 at our annual Golf Classic!

What do you get?

Your company logo:

  • Included on our sponsorship board at the first tee
  • Appearing on the sponsors board at the front of the  Clubhouse throughout the year
  • Listed on our website

Plus, a great opportunity to entertain customers & staff, with a two course meal & goodie bags included!

 

Contact Brian Wilson (07967 966416)

or Arnold McLean (07748 643188) for details

Be a Golf Classic Sponsor

 
To continue doing what we love, we need sponsorship from generous businesses

Please sponsor a hole for £100 at our annual Golf Classic!

What do you get?

Your company logo:

  • Included on our sponsorship board at the first tee
  • Appearing on the sponsors board at the front of the  Clubhouse throughout the year
  • Listed on our website

Plus, a great opportunity to entertain customers & staff, with a two course meal & goodie bags included!

 

Contact Brian Wilson (07967 966416)

or Arnold McLean (07748 643188) for details

ROBRFC President Dylan Davies, Director of Rugby, Brian Smyth, Head Coach Ian McKinley, Club Chairman Stevie Rutledge

Benvenuto McKinley!

Rainey Old Boys RFC is delighted to announce the appointment of Ian McKinley as its 1st XV Head Coach for the 2021/22 season.

Ian previously played for UCD, Leinster and Ireland U20s before relocating to Udine in Italy to begin his coaching career in 2013. He resumed playing again in 2014, using specially manufactured goggles which he pioneered that allowed him to play safely again following an accident in 2011 led to him losing the sight in his left eye. He spent the next 6 years playing in Italy for Zebre and Treviso before winning the first of 9 international caps for Italy in November 2017.

Ian relocated from Treviso last summer to his wife Cordelia’s home village of Bellaghy. They welcomed baby Malachy to the family in December and have settled into the local area. Ian arrived at Rainey last July as 1st XV backs coach and his impact was felt immediately by the team. Unfortunately, the season was brought to a premature end in October and Ian didn’t get to fully impart his blueprint and knowledge onto the squad.

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IRFU And Ulster Rugby Covid-19 Update

Some positive news from the necessary decision makers at Stormont, the IRFU and the Ulster Branch about the return to rugby.

We will be able to return to training in pods of 15 from April 12th!!!

 

 

For further information

 

Ulster Rugby: Covid-19 - Guidance For Clubs


ROBRFC - Return To Rugby - Health & Safety Plan

Rainey Spring A Surprise

As Rainey Old Boys look forward  to a return to action on Saturday week, they have made an interesting, indeed remarkable addition to their coaching team.  Dubliner Ian McKinley showed tremendous fortitude to make a comeback from a serious injury and become an Italian international.  Though only 30 years old, he is now looking to make an impact as a coach, having developed a great interest in this aspect of the game during his time in Italy.

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