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Ranelagh Gaels Golf Classic A Huge Success

A big thank you to the 40 golfers that turned out to support the club at the Ranelagh Gaels Golf Classic at Stackstown Golf Club.

The course was in great condition and we were delighted to have Ranelagh Gaels President Liam O’Hagan seeing off all the teams from the first tee box, despite a recent bout appendicitis. That man is tough as teak.

While the weather was mild the competition was fierce, and only three points separated the top three teams. The overall winner was Frank Smyth’s team, with Sean McCrave, Paddy Costello and Paul Ferry taking the tough course in their stride.

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Inclusion Games at Ranelagh Gaels

Raheny All Star on their recent trip to Áras an Uachtaráin (pic courtesy of gaa.ie)

Ranelagh Gaels will soon be launching inclusive games at the club.

These games will be for children and young people with intellectual and physical disabilities, additional needs and learning difficulties.

Our initiative is based on Raheny All Stars, which has been running since 2016 and has been a huge success.

We are still at the early planning stage of this project and we are currently trying to gauge interest levels.

If you know someone that would like to take part/you think would benefit from taking part please get in touch via email at at chairperson.ranelaghgaels.dublin@gaa.ie.

Ranelagh Gaels Dub Club Chronicles


Ranelagh Gaels features in the latest edition of AIG Ireland’s Dub Club Chronicles.

This lovingly shot mini-documentary, made by local creative agency Along Came A Spider, captures what Ranelagh Gaels is all about – a new and growing club in a changing society building a community for everyone.

Sincere thanks to all the individuals and families who took part and who helped make this possible in any way and thanks also to AIG Ireland for giving us the chance to tell our story.

Ranelagh Gaels Golf Classic 2019

The second annual Ranelagh Gaels Golf Classic will take place on Thursday, June 20 at Stackstown Golf Club – and we’re looking for teams and sponsors to get involved!

A team of four costs €250 and it’s €50 to sponsor a tee box. All funds raised will go towards a great cause – supporting your local community GAA club.

The 18-hole stableford competition will also feature longest drive and nearest the hole prizes, with tee-times from 1.0pm until 3.30pm.

Anyone interested in getting involved can get in touch with the organisers Stuart Banks (087 3707012/stuartbanks2001@yahoo.ie) and Frank Wall 086 8188391/fmwall1@gmail.com).

Oíche mór grinn/Big comedy night!

Ranelagh Gaels is delighted to announce that we will be running a bilingual Irish/English comedy night upstairs in Slattery’s, Rathmines from 8.0pm on Thursday, April 11.

Beidh oíche mór ar siúl Déardaoin an 11ú Aibreáin ag 8 a ‘chlog – thuas staighaire i Slatterys teach taibhairne i Rath Maoinis.

Beidh fáilte roimh cách – ag caint i nGaeilge nó 99% i mBéarla (Everyone is welcome, doesn’t matter if you are speaking Irish or 99% English).

And here’s the best bit – Tá sceitimíní orainn mar beidh cuairteoir grinn an-speisealta againn ar an oíche –  ón Edinburgh Fringe Festival maraon le Féilte féilte grinn! Oíche an-craic a bheidh ann.

We are really excited to announce that we will have a very special stand-up comedy guest on the night – from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and many other comedy hot spots.

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Women’s team 2019

Ranelagh Gaels Women’s team is back in trying for the new season, which gets underway shortly.

Training is on Monday and Wednesday nights and full details can be found here on our training page.

We are always on the lookout for new players and we welcome newcomers of all ages, abilities and background to the club. If you are interested, just get in touch! Read the rest