Based: Greystones RFC, Booterstown Park, Dublin, Ireland (also played at Civil Service GAA, Islandbridge, Dublin)
Career Record: 7-6-0
Black pants, Black jerseys with silver numbers; black helmets
Website: www.dublinrebels.com
Honours: Shamrock Bowl champions XVIII, XVII and XV. Charleroi Trophy winners 2003, 2002

Career Record

2004 IAFL 7-1-0*
2003 IAFL Division One 5-1-0*
2002 IAFL 1-5-0
2001 IAFL 5-1-0*

2003 team photo

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Photos from the Shamrock Bowl, 2003
Photographer: Emer McLoughlin

Dublin Rebels (black) vs. Dublin Dragons (maroon) game that the Rebels won 18-0.

Team Notes: Formerly known as the Greystone Rebels. Competed in the IAFL for the first time in 2001, and promptly won the Shamrock Bowl at their first attempt. Slipped in 2002, with a poor 1-5-0 record. Club co-managed by Andrew Flynn and Marcus Naylor since 1995. Bounced back in 2003 to finish second in the league with a 5-1 record, and then won Shamrock Bowl XVII 24-12 against the Carrickfergus Knights. Won the Charleoi Trophy in Belgium in 2002 and 2003. Continued their impressive run in 2004, when following a 7-1-0 regular season record which won them the IAFL League, they triumphed 24-22 over Carrickfergus in Shamrock Bowl XVIII.