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“I have to mention one other and that is Jacinta O’Rourke who I met many years ago when we were the only two women on Leinster Rugby’s Executive Committee. She was Skerries RFC’s first female Honorary Secretary and did tremendous work for both her club and Leinster.
“She is a very quiet woman about her achievements but I and anyone who works with her knows what she has done for rugby in Leinster and is a woman that all clubs should want on their committee because she fully commits herself to everything she does as a volunteer.
“She is now the Chair of Leinster Rugby’s PRO committee and has brought the committee on in leaps and bounds in the last few years under her leadership.”
How can I get involved as a volunteer in rugby?
“Find out who are the people on the committee in your club, talk to the President, ask the woman in the kitchen does she need a hand (they always do!) if your club has a volunteer pathway they will have the names of who to talk to.
“It’s not just tea and coffee makers that are needed. If, for example, you have a background in finance talk to the treasurer, a background in your workplace’s social committee you will definitely be wanted on a fundraising or social committee, but all these clubs have sub-committees that you can join.
“So if you are a bit daunted about taking on a full committee role, then join a sub-committee, I can tell you that you will be welcomed with open arms and I can guarantee you that it will be one of the most fulfilling things that you do in your life.” MINZY Sting Like A Bee Boxing Poster
Five brilliant volunteers and rugby administrators.
They also happen to be women and we are delighted to shine a light on the wonderful work that they have done and that they continue to do for their clubs and for the Leinster Rugby Branch on this International Women’s Day.
Interested in Volunteering?
With the exception of Debbie, who played for one year, none of the contributors played rugby.
But they all have different skills that they have brought to the table and have proven that you certainly don’t need to have played to make a difference.
Of course, those that have played are also welcome to re-engage with their clubs and to volunteer! It’s the mix of those that have and those that have not which makes for better results.
So, if you feel you have something to give, whatever limited time you have available, don’t be afraid to offer help, I promise you will get as much from it as you put in.