It's in our DNA.
We are a Rugby school and encourage all first years to play rugby for at least the first year. We run between 2 and 4 teams at every age grade, from U14 to U19. There is a huge commitment to rugby within the faculty, with 18 members of staff engaged in training everyday. This is supported by more than 30 volunteers from within the body of parents and friends of Presentation College.
Alongside academic and other extra curricular group activities and sports, the boys get to truly understand and experience first hand the value of team work - by sharing hard work and effort, pain and glory. Building not just individual character strength, but growing as a unit.
Without commitment, hard work, hours and hours of training, repetition and a good deal of pain, there is no success in Rugby. These are valuable lessons the boys will carry into their future - be they careers in business, the arts, sciences or sports.
We do have great successes in Rugby which stem from the hard work, dedication and commitment from the students, the parents, the staff and the wider community. Our commitment and investment into Rugby has lead to a number of international players that started their careers and success at PBC.
It's OUR game...and it shapes us.
Inspired by the greats that have gone before.
Peter O' Mahony
Ireland International and Rugby Union player. Plays for Munster in the Pro14 and European Rugby Champions Cup and Ireland internationally. During his career, O'Mahony has captained Presentation Brothers College, Ireland U18, Ireland U20, Munster, Ireland and the British and Irish Lions.
Ronan O' Gara
Ireland and Munster International. Ireland's second most-capped player. Winner of Junior Cup medal in 1992 and a Senior Cup medal in 1995 at PBC. It was at Pres where O'Gara first came into contact with Declan Kidney, who was head of rugby at the school. Kidney would later go on to coach O'Gara with both Munster and Ireland.
Ireland and Lions International. Irish Rugby Union player for Munster in the Pro14 and European Rugby Champions Cup. He usually plays wing, but has also played fullback for Ireland and Munster. Zebo represents Cork Constitution in Division 1A of the All-Ireland League.
Rugby Gear 2019/20
Junior Cup Rugby Summer training
Training begins on July 4th 10-12am, with a 2 hour session for all players. Training takes place each Tuesday (10-12) and Thursday (10-12) for 7 weeks. Players will be allocated a 1hr time slot at the first session on July 4th. All sessions take place in the Mardyke squad gym
The Seniors and current Juniors (next years Bowen Shield squad) will train on Mondays, Wednesday's and Friday's starting on Monday next June 12th - Time - 10.00 am to 11.00 am.
Senior Session 1 on Monday 12th is a 2 hr session (10am-12am) and all other sessions are 1hr sessions (10am-11am). All sessions take place in the team gym at the Mardyke Arena.
Under 14Tue. & Thur. 3.45-5.00pm, Sat. 9.30-11.00am & Wed.as required. Under 15Mon. 3.45-5.00pm, Wed. 1.30-3.00pm, Fri. 3.45-5.00pm & Sat. as required. JuniorMon. & Thur. 3.45-5.15pm, Wed. 1.30-3.00pm & Sat. as required. Bowen ShieldMon. & Fri. 3.45-5.15pm, Wed. 1.30-3.00pm & Sat. as required. SeniorMon., & Thur. 4.00-5.30pm , Wed. 1.45 - 3.15pm & Sat. as required
Fixtures & Results
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We would like to thank all those who help make it possible to for PBC Rugby to set high standards and strive to reach even higher standards each year.