Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Ballina RFC has been shortlisted for an award at the upcoming Energia All Ireland League Rugby Awards. 

There’ll be no black tie attire required when Ballina Rugby Club finds itself involved in an awards night with a difference by virtually attending the upcoming Energia All Ireland League Rugby Awards.
The Moyside club is shortlisted for an award at an event that will be hosted by Irish actor, comedian and impersonator Mario Rosenstock, and which because of the national lockdown will be streamed on the YouTube and Facebook channels of event sponsors Energia.
The virtual ceremony takes place at 8pm on Friday, May 8.
Ballina, who played in AIL Division 2 until the season was cut short, are among a host of clubs and individuals in the running for a range of awards in categories such as Rising Star (of each division), Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, Women’s Player of the Year, Women’s Coach of the Year, Try of the Year, Club Scene Award and the new Energia Positive Energy Award, which will be awarded to the team or player who has embraced the positive energy mentality and went above and beyond for the league.
The awards will celebrate the action both on and off the pitch and highlight some of the real skill, talent and incredible rugby seen from the players, as well as recognising all the hard work that goes on behind the scenes from clubs, volunteers and coaches who went above and beyond for the league.

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