By Peter Sweeney on Sep 20, 2016 in Ladies Football, News | 0 Comments
Ranelagh Gaels recently won €1,000 in backing from Lidl Ireland’s community fund and on Monday the club received the cheque form members of the local Lidl store.
Pictured along with ladies team captain Maria O’Neill and club chairman Barry Coogan are Lidl’s Trish Byrne, Deputy Store Manager, Sean Richardson, Store Assistant, and Metedi Kokenou, Store Assistant.
Lidl are major backers of ladies football and the presentation comes just ahead of the All-Ireland ladies football finals at Croke Park, with the senior decider featuring the showdown between Dublin and champions Cork.
Everyone at Ranelagh Gaels would like to express our thanks to everyone who supported our funding bid and, of course, Lidl for their generous contribution.
By Peter Sweeney on Sep 15, 2016 in Juvenile Academy, News | 0 Comments
Registration for the Ranelagh Gaels Academy for 2016/17 has been switched and will now take place in Dartry Park on Saturday September 17 and 24 at 11.30.
After that, on Saturday, October 1, the Academy will return to business as usual at Donnybrook Stadium on the Bective Pitch.
You can download the registration form below, fill it out and bring it with you to sign your children up.
By Peter Sweeney on Sep 7, 2016 in Juvenile Academy, Ladies Football, Men's Football, News | 0 Comments
Ranelagh Gaels will be holding a special fund-raising on Thursday, September 15 in Smyths.
It costs just €30 for a table of five and the quiz will get underway at 8.0pm sharp. Keep your phones in your pockets too – no cheating please!
We will have many great prizes on offer on the night and we will be running a raffle too, when we will be giving away two tickets to the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship final between Dublin and Mayo on Sunday, September 18.
So come along for a great night, the great prizes and to show your support your local GAA club – all funds raised go towards keeping Ranelagh Gaels up and running.
By Peter Sweeney on Sep 2, 2016 in Juvenile Academy, News | 0 Comments
Ranelagh Gaels’ Juvenile Academy will start back for 4-7 year olds (2012-2009) in Donnybrook Stadium – Bective pitch – at 11.30am on September 10.
The U9 girls will train at the same time also.
U8s (2008)– contact Joe Davitt for training and matches firstname.lastname@example.org
U9s (2007)– contact Michael Moran for training and matches email@example.com
U11s (2005/6)– contact Frank Kelly for training and matches firstname.lastname@example.org
U9s girls (2007/8)– contact Maria Broderick Broderick.email@example.com
U11s girls (2005/6)– contact Paul Keane firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to coach this year and haven’t been Garda Vetted already, please contact Club Children’s Officer Eimear Bradbury on email@example.com
Garda vetting for coaches is required by law and we wish to ensure that all our children play in a safe environment.
Registration will be on Saturday September 17 and 24 in Dartry Park and below is the new registration form.
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By Peter Sweeney on Aug 30, 2016 in News | 0 Comments
On Wednesday Dublin fans will have a chance to meet their heroes ahead of the All-Ireland final when Parnell Park hosts an open day.
Dubs supporters can come along and meet members of manager Jim Gavin’s side ahead of the Sam Maguire showdown with Mayo on September 18.
The open day starts at Parnell Park on Wednesday, August 31 at 6.0pm and players will be available to sign autographs and pose for photos with fans of all ages!
By Peter Sweeney on Aug 17, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 Comments
A club executive decision has been made to terminate the monthly club lottery. The club lottery is not sustainable, some months we have ended up paying out more than we have taken in. We have found it very difficult to drive ticket sales and seek willing ticket sellers each month. There will be NO draw in August 2016 or forthcoming months. The rolling lotto balance will be reinvested into the club. The club fundraising committee will endeavour to replace the community and club member interaction with alternative events to support and contribute towards the costs of running the continued growth of our club and demand for gaelic games. We would like to thank everyone that purchased tickets over the years and of course to all members (and ticket sellers, you know who you are!) that managed the admistration and processing of the club lottery during this time. We are extremely grateful. Please direct any queries via firstname.lastname@example.org