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March 2019: Dragon Run 10K, Carlow

December 2018: Christmas Brunch & #PassItOn collection

October 2018: Plurabelles support ARC Torch of Hope

 

October 2018: Plurabelle Trip to Mayo

 

September 2018: Dublin Hong Kong Dragon Boat Regatta

 

July 2018: IBCPC Participatory Dragon Boat Festival, Florence

 

June 2018: Waking Up Anna II & Livia II

 

June 2018: Pre-Florence Training Session

 

June 2018: Barrow Dragon Boat Regatta, Carlow

 

May 2018: Athy Dragon Boat Regatta

 

April 2018: Open Day for Newbies

 

April 2018: Arrival of New Boat

 

February 2018: Plurabelle Baby Shower (for Ciara)

 

January 2018: Operation Transformation Filming

 

December 2017: ‘All in a Row’, charity paddle on river Liffey

 

December 2017: Christmas Brunch at the Clubhouse

 

November 2017: Demonstration of Mary’s Showstopper Christmas Cakes

 

October 2017: Clothing collection in aid of the Plurabelle team heading to the IBPCP regatta in 2018

 

October 2017: Plurabelles at the Paddleathon in Kilkenny

 

September 2017: Waking Anna 2!

 

September 2017: Hong Kong Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta

 

August 2017: Regular Saturday Training Session

 

July 2017: EDBF Crew Championships, Divonne Les Bains, France

July 2017: Plurabelles feature in National Cancer Strategy

June 2017: New Blue Boat Arrives!

June 2017: Farewell ‘Anna’

June 2017: Fun Memories and Moments at the Barrow Regatta

May 2017: Dragons Roar at Dublin Docklands Festival

May 2017: Plurabelles help out at Docklands’ Volunteer Day

March 2017: Brunch with the Bunch

December 2016: Christmas Brunch @the Clubhouse

October 2016: Local Schools Initiative 

September 2016: Hong Kong Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta

June 2016: Barrow Regatta, Carlow

May 2016: Florence Regatta

April 2016: Try it Out Session

Monthly Birthdays’ Brunch 

September 2015: Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta 2015 

August 2015: Try it Out session

March 2014: Team Ireland Launch 

September 2013: Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta

June 2013: Visit by Suir Dragon Paddlers and Cork Dragons 

May 2013: Clubhouse Opening

September 2012: Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta 

July 2012: European Championships, Nottingham

September 2011: Dublin Dragon Boat Regatta

October 2011: Malaysia

News & Events

  • 10K? No problem to the Plurabelles!

    Well, they survived it… in fact, they did a lot more than survive it!

    The Plurabelles were the fastest all-female team at the 10K Dragon Run in Carlow on Sunday, 24th March. How’s that for an amazing result?!

    The Plurabelles came in 4th overall, with a time of 1 hour 46 seconds. The composite team (including many Plurabelles) came in 5th.

    Well done ladies; you did great! Hopefully the wonderful memories from the day (and the satisfaction of paddling a whopping 10 kilometres) will offset any aches and exhaustion!

    Thank you to all concerned. It was a wonderful day. You can view photos here.

  • A Busy Year Ahead

    It’s a new year… and 2019 looks to be a busy one for the Plurabelles!

    Visit our Events page to see all the events that we’ll be competing in this year. Better get training!

  • A Plurabelle Christmas (by numbers!)

    65 (yes, 65!) hungry Plurabelles catered to a post-training hot Christmas brunch at the clubhouse (bacon, sausages, pudding, etc, followed by delicious homemade cakes and lashings of tea and coffee)

    50 individual gift bags for women spending Christmas in refuges – each bag contains a towel, a dressing gown, fluffy socks and a showel gel.

    40 of the gift bags filled within just 24 hours of the call going out to members of the club (how’s that for Plurabelle generosity?!)

    3 Dublin-based women’s refuges who will receive Christmas gift bags.

    1 AMAZING club!

    Special thanks to Janet, Ann-Marie and your team who cooked and prepared the food… ‘hostesses with the mostesses’! (view some photos of the brunch here)

    From the Plurabelles to all our friends and supporters – Happy Christmas!

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