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About UU Coleraine Rugby

The club was established in 1968, and is now in its 54th season. It has strong tradition of success, both in league and cup competitions, and in its players representing Junior Ulster. It also embarks on regular international tours, the last being to the Netherlands in 2018. The club continues to have tremendous support from several generations of graduates who demonstrate deep loyalty to UUC for what the club has given them on and off the field, both as students and when returning each year for the annual “exile” games.

Currently, UUC RFC Men’s 1st XV play in Championship Division 3 of the IRFU Ulster Branch competitions. After the last two seasons being heavily disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic, the club is ready to get back to playing. Under the expert guidance of former Ulster coach, Brian McLaughlin, expectations are high.

Each year the club relies heavily on a new intake of freshers to sustain its future. All are welcome, whether they are serious or social players, experienced or beginners. Across our teams, we make sure every level of player is catered for and with Brian’s top class coaching, every player has a chance to develop.

On Wednesdays, the club competes in Student Sport Ireland (SSI) competitions, allowing players to gain even more rugby experience by playing teams from all over Ireland. The SSI side is open to all students on the Coleraine campus, including those registered for Saturday rugby with other clubs.

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Recruiting Now

We are now recruiting players for the 2021-22 season. Your Uni days are the best days of your life. Get the most out of them by playing Uni rugby.

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Coaching Team

For the 2021-22 season, our coaching team will be lead by former Ulster head coach Brian McLaughlin.

One of Ireland’s top coaches, Brian lead Ulster to the European Cup Final in 2012. Before coaching Ulster, he was Ireland skills coach for many seasons. He currently coaches Bangor RFC & Belfast Royal Academy (BRA) alongside his commitments at UUC.

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Women’s Rugby

Want to take up a new sport at uni? Rugby is one of the fastest growing women’s sports. Our club caters for all levels, from newcomers to experienced club players.

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