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Ranelagh Gaels AGM

Ranelagh Gaels 2018 Annual General Meeting took place recently at Beechwood Hall and there was a great turn-out of members from all areas of the club.

There was healthy discussion across a number of issues and this was heartening to see as clubs are only as strong as their membership’s engagement – and this seems pretty healthy at the moment.

Thanks to everyone who took the time to come along and take part and thanks too to anyone who helped out on the night.

A particular thank to our outgoing committee member Martin Egan for all of his work as Men’s Football Representative over the past few years. Welcome aboard to our new committee members, Paul D Walsh (Health and Safety), Paula Fyans (Cultúr & Gaeilge), Paddy Ryan (PRO), Enda Marren (Assistant Secretary), Jerry Buckley (Men’s Football Representative) and Shane O’Connor.

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The Cup Meets Ranelagh’s Next Generation of Stars

Member’s of Ranelagh Gaels’ Junior 2 Football Championship winning team brought the trophy to juvenile training to help inspire the next generation.

The youngsters, many of whom were at the match at Parnell park, got a great kick out of seeing the lads with the trophy.

The players put the kids through their paces and there was a kick about too.

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Ranelagh Gaels AGM 2018

Ranelagh Gaels Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday, November 22 starting promptly at 7.30pm.

The AGM will take place at Beechwood Community Centre on Mountainview Road. For a map, click here.

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A Famous Day For Ranelagh

Ranelagh Gaels 1-13 Ballyfermot De La Salle 2-8
(Report and pictures courtesy of Niall Scully, Mark Condren and the Evening Herald)

Parnell Park looked a picture on Monday afternoon, October 26. Groundsman Noel Brady’s front lawn had got the Gillette close shave.

The friendly programme crew were inside the gate. Business was going to be brisk on this day of days – the Dublin Senior Football Championship semi-final between Kilmacud Crokes and St Jude’s was on.

The TG4 trucks had long arrived. The Dublin Junior 2 Football Championship final was the game that saw the curtain rising. And it would extend all the way to extra-time.

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Gaels Ready for the Big Stage on Final Day

Ranelagh Gaels will take on De Le Salle Ballyfermot on one of the biggest days in the club’s history.

Not only are the men’s team in the Dublin Junior 2 Football Championship final, the decider will take place at Parnell Park as curtain-raiser to the Senior Football Championship final between Kilmacud Crokes and St Jude’s.

The game will throw-in at 3.0 on Monday, October 29, the bank holiday. It’s all-ticket and it’s expected that the ground will sell out, so get your ticket fast! You can buy yours here.

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Thank you to our sponsors!

Ranelagh Gaels’ recent Golf Classic was a great success and wouldn’t have been possible without the help and support of our generous sponsors.

We would like to thank them all:

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