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Heaslip does the 'dalkin as Clon' start TV station

Shouts of "cut", "action" and "keep rolling" have taken on an off-field significance in Gordon Park of late as Clondalkin Rugby Club have become the first junior rugby side in the world to launch their own TV station.

The club have taken public relations to another level by starting Clondalkin Rugby TV this week.

The new station, which is accessible on www.clondalkinrugby.com, was launched in the club house with the showing of 'Final Fantasy 3' a Hips-notic Production's documentary based on last season's historic cup winning week, when Clon won three trophies in five days, and it includes an exclusive interview with Naas man Jamie Heaslip.

Clondalkin Rugby TV will air previews, reviews and lots more and is the perfect way for the club's supporters near and far to stay up to date with Clondalkin Rugby Club proceedings.

"This a new way to promote ourselves, rugby and Clondalkin as an area and it's another positive feather in our every growing cap," said club captain Dan Fitzpatrick.