With the European Fixture announcement imminent, the Clan update you on our forthcoming travel plans.
Connacht travel to Ravenhill on October 5th to face Ulster.
Connacht travel to Bordeaux for the Challenge Cup clash on Saturday January 19th
Connacht travel to Brive for the Challenge Cup clash on Saturday December 9th
Connacht will play the Cardiff Blues at the Arms Park on Sunday February 12th.
Connacht will play the Cardiff Blues at the Arms Park on Saturday January 26th
Connacht are back in Pro14 action this weekend when they take on Pro14 conference rivals Cardiff! It's a massive swing game for both teams, with a win potentially pushing Connacht into the top three, but a loss may allow Cardiff to come level with Connacht! All still to play for!
Be sure to join the Clan in HQ, Murty Rabbitts, for what is sure to be a cracking return to Pro14 action.
Congratulations to Leinster and Cardiff Blues on securing a double for the Pro14 in Europe.
Leinster overcame Racing 15-12 in a campaign that saw them beat the top 2 teams in both the Premiership and Top14 on their way to Champions Cup glory in Bilbao.
Meanwhile Cardiff Blues completed a dramatic fightback against Gloucester to win 31-30 on Friday night and claim the Challenge Cup.
Looking forward to coming up against them both next season.
Both the Connacht players and the Clan prepared for the coming season this week, with Connacht travelling to Thomond Park for a pre-season tussle while a team of Connacht Clan volunteers got the Clan Bar into top condition for the opening fixture against Dragons.
The Connacht Clan AGM will take place in theMeyrick Hotel, Eyre Square, Galway onSaturday the 7th of July 2018 at 2.30 p.m.
The meeting is open to all members of the Connacht Clan.
The draft Agenda is as follows:
2. Presentation of Financials for 2017/2018 season
3. Season Wrap up 2017/2018
4. Look ahead to Season 2018/2019
5. Election of Committee Members
6. Any Other Business
Any comments or queries, please do let us know.
The Clan Committee are always looking for new members, and any ideas they might bring. We're an inclusive and open organisation, so do feel free to roll up your sleeves and join in.
If you would like to stand for election to the Committee, please drop an email to email@example.com
Any comments or queries can be directed to the above address
The Connacht Clan are delighted to announce that the annual Clan Quiz will be taking place in the Dail Bar on Thursday the 10th March at 8.30 in the Dail Bar, Galway!
Thanks to all who came out for the Clan Table Quiz in the Dail recently.
Connacht have been drawn with some familiar opposition in the Champions Cup Pool Draw: Wasps, Toulouse and Zebre.
And we're BACKK!! The first Connacht match of the 2018/2019 season sees Connacht take on Glasgow at the Sportsgound at 3pm on Saturday.
Join the Clan for what is sure to be a cracking season opener.
Join the Clan in the Clan Bar for the usual post match interview.
Only one more sleep (if you can get any sleep) to the final match of the Season! Yes, that's right, Connacht v. Leinster in Murrayfield is tomorrow! Click through for some travel options (including a great deal being offered by Spirit of Ireland Travel), locations of plan meet ups and more!!
Join the Connacht Clan in the Sportsground this Friday, when Connacht take on Edinburgh. It's the final Pro14 game before the knockout phases of the Challenge Cup, but there's still plenty to play for in the Pro 14. We will be in the Clan Bar for the usual player interview post match!
Don't forget that the Clan Quiz is on the 28th March 2018! KO is 8.30 sharp.
Join the Connacht Clan for the penultimate game of the Pro14 season, when Connacht take on Glasgow Warriors. Clan HQ, Murty Rabbittes will be showing all the action from Scotland, so be sure to be there!
Here it is! It's the biggest match of Conachts European campaign this season! Join the Connacht Clan in the Sportsground when Connacht take on Gloucester in the European Challenge Cup Quarter Final!! Our Clan Interview will be BEFORE the match tomorrow, at approx. 12 p.m. All are welcome, both members and non-members! Be sure to head over to Connacht Rugby to check out the full day of festivities planned!!
Join the Connacht Clan as we say goodbye to our Captain, John Muldoon. After 326 caps, Mul is hanging up his boots. Join the Clan to cheer on our departing legend, as he is welcomed into the Connacht Clan Hall of Fame.
Don't forget to join the Clan in the Clan Bar post game where we will be presenting our Player and Young Player of the Year trophies.
Our friends at 4 Star Pizza are running a competion to end up the season, for more details go here: http://www.connachtclan.com/clan-forum/2-connacht-rugby-board/29176-four-star-pizza-competition-leinster-no-1
Join the Clan in the Sportsground tomorrow for the final match of 2016. Connacht take on our neighbours, in what is sure to be a cracking encounter. Munster are coming in off a hard fought victory against Leinster last week, but we've managed to get the drop on the men in red in the Sportsground since 2014!
Make sure to join the Clan in the Clan Bar post game for the usual post-game interview. All are welcome!
It's a inter-conference inter-provincial this weekend at the Sportsground! Join the Clan as Connacht take on our Conference A top three rivals in the last interpro of the festive season. A win will put connacht into the top two of the conference and top off a great christmas inter-pro run. Both teams are coming off the back of great home wins and will be anxious to secure a last Pro14 win before a return to European Rugby!
Join the Clan in the Clan Bar for the usual post-match interview!
European Cup Time! Join the Connacht Clan in the SG tomorrow when Connacht Rugby take on their pool rivals, Sale Sharks, in the penultimate pool game of the season! There's a lot to play for, and Connacht will be itching to put right narrow inter-pro losses!
Join the Clan in the Clan Bar post game for the usual post match interview!
And we're back to the Sportsground for the second inter-pro of the Christmas season. Join the Clan in the Sportsground when Connacht take on our Northern brethern, Ulster! The last time we met in Galway was an historic win, can our lads maintain that sucess going into this season.
Join the Clan in the Clan Bar post match for the usual pro-match interview.
Join the Clan for the second leg of the European Champions Cuip double header against Wasps in the Sporsground this Saturday. We'll have the usual post game interview in the Clan Bar. It's a sellout game, so be sure to be there early to grab your spot!
Connacht Women are also in action against Ulster at Corinthians RFC at 2pm, with the possibility of claiming the Interprovincial crown.
The Connacht Clan is running a bus from Galway for the upcoming fixture v Wasps in Dubary Park on August 18th.
It will depart from the Bus Stop on Eyre Square @ 1 pm Sharp on Saturday.
The Price is 5 for members, and 15 for nonmembers. Numbers are strictly limited, so please sign up now to avoid disappointment!!
Join the Clan in Murty Rabbittes and the Clan Bar this weekend for the penultimate Champions Cup pool game, when Connacht Rugby take on Zebre. Kickoff is at 1.00 p.m. Join the Clan in the Clan Bar post game for the usual post match player interview!
Murty Rabbittes will also be open from 10.30 on Saturday for breakfast, as well as their usual fantastic menu and Ranch Special Steak during and post match! We hope to see you all there.
Join the Clan at the Sportsground tomorrow at 5.15 when Connacht take on Zebre in the second round of the Pro14 season! Connacht failed to come away with any points against Zebre last season, so expect this to be a battle of a match! The Clan will be in the Clan Bar post game. Clan Membership packs should be available for collection pre-match and post Clan interview!!
CONSTITUTION – Adopted by The Connact Clan 31.8.2013Amended by The Connacht Clan 13.6.2015
To Download a Word Doc of the Clan Constitution, please click here:
1. DEFINITIONSThe following words have the meanings set out below for the purposes of this constitution:
1. AGM means the annual general meeting of members of the Club;
2. Clan means the Connacht Clan
3. Committee means the general committee of the Club in which the general management of the Club is vested;
4. Election Rules means the rules governing elections to the Committee which are set out in Appendix I to the constitution;
5. EGM means an extraordinary general meeting of the members of the Club;
6. Connacht Rugby means the Connacht Branch of the Irish Rugby Football Union;
7. Season Ticket Holder means a holder of a season ticket issued by the Connacht Rugby.
The objectives of the Club are:
(i) to encourage and facilitate improved support of the Connacht rugby team both on and off the field throughout the province of Connacht and elsewhere;(ii) to provide information about both home and away fixtures involving the Connacht rugby team;(iii) to provide information in relation to and, where possible, arrange transport to games played by the Connacht rugby team to its members and other interested parties;(iv) to provide materials such as banners, flags and musical instruments as and when available at home and/or away fixtures;(v) to organise social events for its members and other interested parties;(vi) to communicate the views of its members to the Connacht Branch;(vii) to raise funds, through sponsorship and such other means as the Committee see fit, to finance the activities of the Club; and(viii) to organise charitable fund raising.
3. MEMBERSHIP OF THE CLUB
3.1 The membership year will run from 1 July in a year to 30 June in the following year.
3.2 Full membership is available to those aged 18 and over at the beginning of the membership year and junior membership is available to those aged under 18 at the beginning of the membership year. Junior members will not be entitled to vote at any general meeting of the Club or to call any EGM of the Club in accordance with paragraph 5.5 below. All Junior Members attending any Clan organised event shall be accompanied by their legal guardian, or someone appointed by their legal guardian, and the Clan shall accept no liability in any way whatsoever for such Junior Members at any Clan event.
3.3 All Season Ticket Holders will automatically be entitled to become full or junior members of the Club, depending on their age, for the membership year to which their season ticket relates.
3.4 Other Members will pay such initial and ongoing annual subscriptions (if any) as may be determined by the Committee from time to time.
3.5 The Committee may grant honorary membership of the Club to any individual. An honorary member will be entitled to all the benefits of full membership for life.
3.6 The Committee may expel from the Club any member who by their conduct has damaged the character or reputation of the Club or the Connacht Branch. Before any member is expelled the Committee will enquire into their conduct and give the member full opportunity to explain their conduct. If the majority of the Committee are of the opinion that the member has damaged the character or reputation of the Club or the Connacht Branch and that it has not been explained satisfactorily the Committee will call on the member to resign and, in the event that they do not resign, the Committee may expel the member. An expelled member will forfeit all rights and benefits associated with being a member and will not be entitled to any refund of their membership subscription (if any). Expulsion from the Club will not otherwise affect the rights (if any) of the relevant person as a Season Ticket Holder.
3.7 A member may resign their membership in writing at any time by notice in writing to the Committee. A member who resigns forfeits all rights and benefits associated with being a member and will not be entitled to any refund of their membership fee. Resignation will not otherwise affect the rights (if any) of the relevant person as a Season Ticket Holder.
3.8 All Club members agree to be bound by the terms of this constitution as may be amended from time to time.
4.1 The general management of the Club is vested in the Committee, consisting of the President, Vice-President, the Secretary, the Treasurer and at up to six additional elected ordinary members.
4.2 In the event that the membership of the Committee is less than ten, the remaining Committee members may elect another Club member to serve as aCommittee member until the next AGM. The membership of the Club shall be notified in the event of such an election.
4.3 The President will be responsible for chairing all meetings of the Committee at which the President is in attendance. The Vice-President will chair any meetings of the Committee at which the President is not in attendance and will also serve as the Clubs public relations officer. The Secretary will be responsible for maintaining a copy of this constitution, any rules drawn up in accordance with paragraph 4.2 and 4.9 and records of any decisions taken or resolutions passed by the Committee or the Club members. The Treasurer will be responsible for maintaining the other books and records of the Club and for preparing the annual accounts.
4.4 In the event of the death, incapacity or resignation of a Committee member, the remaining Committee members may elect another Club member to serve as a Committee member until the next AGM.
4.5 In the event of the death, incapacity or resignation of any particular officer of the Committee, the remaining Committee members may elect another committee member to fill the relevant office until the next AGM.
4.6 The Committee will meet as often as it sees fit to conduct the business of the Club. The quorum for any such meeting will be three Committee members present in person at the meeting, provided that all Committee members are given at least five days’ notice of any such meeting. Any decisions of the Committee will be made by a simple majority of those Committee members present at the relevant meeting. In the event of an equality of votes in respect of any decision, the President (or in his or her absence, the Vice-President) will be entitled to a second or casting vote. In the event of a quorum not being reached, any attending Committee Members so attending may proceed to discuss issues arising, and may make recommendations for decisions to the Committee as a whole, which said recommendations shall be voted on at the next Committee meeting, provided that the quorum has been met.
4.7 The Committee will publish a written report of its discussions in such format as the Committee deems appropriate within ten working days of each Committee meeting.
4.8 The Connacht Branch will be invited to send a representative to each meeting of the Committee. The Connacht Branches representative will be entitled to be heard at the meeting, but will not be entitled to vote in respect of any decision of the Committee.
4.9 The Committee may draw up rules in relation to the conduct of its business which it may amend from time to time. In the event of any conflict between such rules and the provisions of this constitution, this constitution will prevail.
4.10 The Committee may delegate such responsibility as it deems suitable to a sub-Committee which consists of one or more persons. Such sub-Committee has authority to make such decisions as are absolutely appropriate for the responsibility delegated to it by the Committee. Any such sub-Committee may be disbanded by the Committee at any time.
5. MEETINGS OF CLUB MEMBERS
5.1 The Club will hold at least one AGM in each calendar year.
5.2 The business to be transacted at the AGM will include the approval of any previous minutes of meetings of the members, the consideration of the accounts of the Club, the receipt of the President’s annual report and the election of Committee members.
5.3 Notice of the AGM will be published no later than three weeks prior to the date of the AGM. This notice will include the date and time of the AGM, the venue at which it will be held and the relevant Record Date. The Committee will make every effort to publish an Agenda in good time.
5.4 Members may propose additional agenda items for consideration at the AGM no later than seven days before the date of the AGM.
5.5 The Committee may call an EGM at any time, provided that a notice of any such EGM is published at least two weeks prior to the date of the EGM. An EGM may also be called by 50 full members by notice in writing to the Committee stating the desire for such an EGM to be held and specifying the issue(s) they wish to discuss. Any such EGM convened on the request of the members will be held within two weeks of the request being received by the Committee and notice of the EGM will be published to the other members as soon as practicable after the request is received. The notice of any EGM will include the date and time of the EGM, the venue at which it will be held and the proposed agenda.
5.6 The quorum for any general meeting will be five members present in person at the meeting.
5.7 Other than a decision to dissolve the Club referred to in paragraph 8.1, any decisions of the members will be made by a simple majority of those members present at the relevant meeting.
5.8 The Secretary will publish draft minutes of each AGM and EGM within ten working days of the relevant meeting. Any such minutes will be proposed to the members for approval at the next AGM.
6. BANK ACCOUNTS
6.1 The Committee may open account(s) on behalf of the Club with such banks as the Committee may from time to time decide.
6.2 Authorised signatories for cheques drawn on the Club’s bank account(s) will be decided by the Committee from time to time.
7.1 The financial year of the Club will be determined by the Committee. Accounts of the Club will be prepared by the Treasurer to the end of each financial year and will be produced for approval by the Committee and presented to the members at the AGM.
7.2 Committee members must declare any potential conflict of interest in relation to any financial matters discussed at any Committee meeting.
8.1 The Club can be dissolved at an EGM called for that purpose, provided that the motion to dissolve the Club has the support of 75% of those present and voting at such an EGM.
8.2 Prior to the dissolution all funds and other property of the Club will be donated to the IRFU Charitable Trust or such other charitable body as the Committee may nominate.
The Committee may establish branches of the Club where demand exists in order to encourage and facilitate support for the Connacht rugby team.
10.1 In circumstances where this constitution requires the Committee to publish certain documents, the Committee may do so by posting a copy of the document, or a link to access such document, on the Connacht Clan Website. The Committee may also publish such documents through such other means as the Committee deems fit.
10.2 Written communications to the Committee may be sent care of the Connacht Branch at its address for correspondence from time to time, or to such postal or electronic address as may be specified for communication with the Committee on the Connacht Clan Website.
11. AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION
This constitution may be amended by a resolution passed by a simple majority of those Club members present at a general meeting of the Club members. The Election Rules set out in Appendix I do not comprise part of the constitution and may be amended by the Committee in the manner described in paragraph 4.2 above. APPENDIX ICOMMITTEE ELECTION RULES
1. The closing date for nominations for Committee membership or office holder will be specified in the notice convening the AGM. The Committee may decide to allow nominations at a meeting of the Club.
2. Any nomination received after this date will not be considered under any circumstances.
3. Any member wishing to stand for election to the Committee must have been a full member of the Club for six months on the closing date for nominations.
4. Candidates must be nominated and seconded by full members.
5. A member may endorse a maximum of two candidates at each election, as either a nominator or seconder. Multiple endorsements will render all nominations made by that member null and void.
6. No junior member may stand, nominate, second or vote in an election.
7. Nomination forms can be obtained from the Committee, or nomination may take place at a general meeting at the discretion of the Committee.
8. Nomination forms, if applicable, must be completed in full. Failure to complete the nomination form in full will render the nomination null and void.
9. Elections will take place at the AGM.
10. Elections will generally be held by acclimation or a show of hands of the members present at the AGM, save and except in circumstances that the Committee direct an election by secret ballot. In such circumstance each full member on the relevant Record Date in attendance at the AGM will be issued with one ballot paper for the purposes of a secret ballot.
11. Postal or proxy votes will not be accepted under any circumstances.
12. At the AGM full members may cast their votes, on the basis of one vote per vacancy on the Committee.
13. Ballot papers will be counted by three scrutineers who are members of the Club present at the AGM but who are not candidates in the election.
14. Any ballot papers which are agreed by the scrutineers as being spoilt will not be counted in the election.
15. All votes will be counted on the day of the AGM. If this is not possible the ballot papers will be held in a place agreed by the scrutineers and counted the following day.
16. The candidates receiving the greatest number of votes will be elected to the Committee. In the event of one or more candidates receiving an equal number of votes the returning Committee members not up for re-election will have the deciding vote(s).
17. The results of the election will be announced on the same day as the AGM. If this is not possible due to a late or postponed count, the results will be announced within seven days of the AGM.
18. All candidates agree to be bound by these Election Rules and the constitution of the Club.
19. The Committee year will run from the conclusion of one AGM until the conclusion of the following AGM. Committee members will serve for a term of one Committee years. A Committee member may stand for re-election, provided that no Committee member may serve more than two terms in succession.
20. The Committee will appoint the officers of the Club, including the President and Vice President , from among its numbers. The President will serve as president for a term of one Committee year. An outgoing President may be reappointed for a second term, provided that no president may serve more than two years in succession. The Vice-President will serve as Vice-President for a term of one Committee year. An outgoing Vice-President may be reappointed for a second term, provided that no Vice-President may serve more than two years in succession. All other officers may serve without limit.
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Connacht travel to Coventry for the Champions Cup Clash with Wasps
Connacht return to the scene of their greatest triumph for the first time when they face Edinburgh in Murrayfield on September 14th.
Connacht take on Edinburgh in Murrayfield this Friday at 730! It's the first away match of the Pro14 season! Make sure to get down to Murty Rabbitt's to catch all the action! All are welcome!
Join the Connacht Clan in Murty Rabbitt's this Friday where Connacht take on Edinbugh. KO is 730 p.m. All are welcome!
Don't forget to nab your spot on the bus to Thomond Park! Very limited spots left!
Connacht travel to Geneva to play Oyonnax in the Challenge Cup on Saturday October 14th
Connacht travel to Glasgow in Mid-April for the last away trip in the Pro14 regular season.
Connacht travel to Glasgow in February to face Warriors in a fixture that never ends well for us.
Connacht's first of three away trips on successive weekends takes them to Glasgow.
Exciting time for Connacht Rugby, as we face off against FC Grenoble in the Stade Des Alpes this Saturday at 8.00 p.m. The Connacht Clan will be in the Dail Bar for the big game, and all are welcome
The Connacht Clan are delighted to announce the Induction of Mr. Michael Swift into the Connacht Clan Hall of Fame following Connacht v. Munster this weekend. All are welcome. Please come along and show your appreciation for this true Connacht legend.
The Connacht Clan are saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Leighton Turner. Leighton was a founder and served as first President of the Connacht Clan.
The thoughts of the Committee of the Connacht Clan, and of the great Connacht Rugby family, are with Leightons friends and family, and especially with his brother Aaron who served a Committee Member for many years.
Reposing at Cassadh an Taoille, Currane on Friday evening from 6 o clock with removal to Our Lady Queen of the Universe Church, Currane arriving at 8pm. Funeral Mass on Saturday morning at 11am with burial afterwards in Polranny Cemetery.
Family flowers only please and Donations to Achill Island RNLI .
Join the Connacht Clan in Murty Rabbitts this Saturday, when Connacht take on Leinster in the first of the Christmas inter-pros! Kick off is 745 and it's sure to be a cracking evening in Murtys!
Connacht travel to Thomond Park on May 6th, for the final round of the regular season
Join the Connacht Clan in the Clan Bar after this Saturdays game against Edinburgh for an interview with the one and only Matt Healy! All are welcome!
You can now sign up to the Connacht Clan for the new season at connachtclan.com/join/clan-memberMembership includes the usual great benefits including your membership pin and gift and your Clan Membership Card that entitles you to a discount on food in Murty Rabbitt's.
The Connacht Clan are heading to Thomond Park! Get in on our great bus & ticket package for just €20!
Announcing a new Clan Polo shirt, t-shirt and Clan Pint Holders! All available on the Connacht Clan Shop! http://www.connachtclan.com/shop
Join the Connacht Clan in Clan HQ, Murty Rabbitts, this Friday when Connacht take on Ospreys. It's make or break time in the Pro14, and a big win is needed in Swansea! All are welcome!
Join the Connacht Clan in Murty Rabbittes for the first away game of 2017. An injury ravaged Connacht side travel to Swansea to take on second placed Ospreys. Catch all the action live in Murtys from 1.30 p.m! All are welcome!
Connacht take on Zebre in Parma twice this season, so here is some information to help you plan.
Our sponsors Top Oil have given us a fuel voucher to give away.
Just predict the number of tries scored by each team to win.
As we head into the penultimate round of fixtures, here are the various routes to Quarter Final qualification for Connacht.
Connacht Senior Squad 2015-2016 Season
Players in for 2016-2017
Yellow Highlight indicates that the player's contract has been extended this season
Amber Highlight indicates that the player's contract is due for renewal at the end of this season
Red Highlight indicates that the player is retiring or moving on
IQ indicates that the player is eligible to play for Ireland now but may still qualify to represent another country.
IQ [Date]indicates the date the player becomes eligible for Ireland if he remains uncapped.
Full Country Nameindicates that the player is tied to that country.
Connacht Senior Squad 2018-2019 Season
Players in for 2019-2020
Connacht play the Ospreys in Swansea the weekend after New Years.
The Three Sisters at 139 Cowgate will be our home away from home for the Pro12 Final weekend.
December 2013 saw an army of Connacht fans descend upon the Stade Ernest Wallon and storm the fortress. Can we repeat the feat on our third visit to the city?
It's finally here, the last round of the Pool stages of Champions Cup Rugby. It's do or die for Connacht in their head to head against Toulouse.
For those not lucky enough to be making the journey, join the Clan in Murty Rabbittes. Nerves will be shot, drinks will be had!
For those making the trip, there are meet ups with the Le Huit, Clan meetups and other activities planned. All details can be found here: http://www.connachtclan.com/upcoming-away-trips/483-toulouse-2016-17
Connacht play Bennetton Treviso in Stadio Monigo in another Sunday lunchtime kickoff on February 26th.
Join the Connacht Clan in Murty Rabbitt's this Friday when Connacht take on Ulster in Ravenhill in the first inter-pro of the season. Confidence must be high in the Connacht camp after our famous victory last week, but will that be enough to overcome a 57 year dry spell in Belfast? Join the Clan in Murty Rabbittes to watch all the action!!
Connacht travel to Worcester for the Challenge Cup clash in January
Unfortunately, this match isn't going to be shown live on any Irish or International source. It's still a crunch game!
It's getting close to the end of the season, every single point counts!