Tug-A-Dragon – Sunday, 22nd November 2015

Tug-A-Dragon is the very first event of its kind to be held here in Ireland. Teams of 6 people are required to test their strength in a head to head battle. Each team will compete in a series of rounds and then go through to the knock out challenge. Do you have what it takes to be crowned CHAMPION? Tug-A-Dragon Entry From15



10th IDBF World Club Crew Championships – Adelaide, Australia

Please find attached the Official Invitation and Bulletin No. 1 for the CCWC 2016 in Adelaide, Australia.

We draw your attention to the point that IDBF Members are requested to make the Provisional Entry for their Clubs on the Registration Website and not by individual application directly from Clubs. If you are interested in sending your club team, please advise and we will register you.

Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta 2015 – Thank You

The Irish Dragon Boat Association and Plurabelle Paddlers would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who attended the event, all the officials and volunteers who worked so tirelessly throughout the weekend and finally to our Lead Sponsor – Waterways Ireland. Without the commitment and support of everyone involved we would not be able to deliver the level of event that we have now been recognised to provide.

Results – Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta – 13/09/15 – 200m & 400m

Please find attached the full set of results for Sunday, 13th September 2015. Results – Dublin SUNDAY 2015

Results – Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta – 12/09/15 – 200m

Please find attached the full results from the Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta – Saturday, 12th September 2015 – 200m Challenge. Results – Dublin SATURDAY 2015

Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta – 12th & 13th September 2015

We are all now gearing up for the BIG event of the year. If you want to stay up to date with news and results follow us on:

Facebook – Irish Dragon Boat Association

Twitter – @irishdragonboat. Search for teams, entrants and add to the banter using #dublindragonboatregatta.




Great Dublin Bike Ride

Cycling Ireland (with Irish Sports Council) intends to close the following roads to facilitate the start of the Great Dublin Bike Ride on the date and times listed below:

Arran Quay, Father Matthew Bridge, Inns Quay, O’Donovan Rossa Bridge, Grattan Bridge, Ormond Quay Lower & Upper, Bachelors Walk, O’Connell Bridge, Eden Quay, Butt Bridge, Talbot Memorial Bridge, Custom House Quay, Samuel Beckett Bridge and North Wall Quay from 07.45hrs to 08.45hrs on Sunday 13th September 2015.

Traffic Management Plan

Traffic wishing to cross the Liffey during the temporary road closures on the north Quays, from 07.45 to 08.45hrs, will be diverted via Islandbridge and East Link Bridge /Port Tunnel.
The Gardai will temporarily manage traffic at junctions along the routes between 08.00 and 13.50 hrs.
Traffic diversions will apply as the race proceeds.
Pedestrian access will be maintained.

Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta – Sunday, 13th September 2015.

The Race Programme and final details have now been forwarded to all Team Managers.

Crew Managers Meeting – 08.45 hrs
Crew Briefings Commence – 09.15 hrs
First Race – 10.00 hrs
Last Race – 17.20 hrs
Prize Giving – 17.40 hrs