Inclusive Rugby

Based on the IRFU values of respect and inclusion the IRFU is establishing a standardised, inclusive framework for disability rugby and developing club resources for the playing, coaching and promotion of rugby for individuals with disabilities. Disability Rugby is part of the IRFU Spirit of Rugby programme.

The aim of the programme is to integrate as many players as is safe and practicable as possible into the game as members of existing rugby clubs.

In order to assist clubs in this area a number of resources have been developed based current best practice and advice from clubs already involved in this aspect of the game. For these resources link on the following link:

Meath LSP supports this development locally by assisting local clubs to become more inclusive in Meath.

Inclusive Rugby Teams in Meath:

Navan RFC Inclusive Tag Rugby Team train every Sunday morning at 10am.

If you would like to learn more about Inclusive Rugby in Meath please contact Sports Inclusion Disability Officer Terry Donegan on or call 046-9067337

Leinster Rugby Inclusion Camps Navan RFC

Leinster Rugby Inclusion Camps comes to Navan Rugby Club, the camp which is open to all children with all disabilities aged between 8 to 12, providing them with a fun-filled three days of rugby during the summer holidays.

The camps are focused on adapting rugby to meet the needs of camp-goers to maximise enjoyment and learning to play.

July 27th to 29th Navan RFC

To find out more and to book a place, please visit the Leinster Rugby website here:

If you have any further questions, please contact Leinster Rugby’s Spirit Officer, Stephen Gore, at