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Ranelagh Gaels Appian Asset Management Easter Camp 2020

Registration is now open for Ranelagh Gaels’ Easter Camp 2020!

The camp, which is proudly brought to you by Appian Asset Management, will run between Monday, April 6 and Thursday, April 9 at Alexandra College in Milltown.

It is open for children between the ages of four and 12 years old and will run daily between 9.30am and 1.30pm.

The cost is €80 for one child, though if you are sending two or more siblings it is €70 each. You can register by simply clicking on the Easter Camp button on the top right hand corner of this page (desktop version, or clicking here.

If you have any questions you can drop an email to our Games Promotion Officer Simon Lambert on Simon.lambert.gpo.dublin@gaa.ie.

Scoláireacht €150 ar fáil/€150 Gaeltacht grant available

Mar is eol daoibh, tá nasc láidir idir Cumann Lúthchleas Gael agus an Ghaeilge (As you know, there is a strong link between the GAA and the Irish language).

Mar sin, tá scoláireacht €150 ar fáil do pháiste bunscoile nó meánscoile ó Ranelagh Gaels chun dul chuig an Gaeltacht i nGaoth Dóbhair an samhradh seo. (The GAA are therefore offering scholarships of €150 to primary and secondary school members of Ranelagh Gaels who wish to attend the Gaeltacht in Gweedore this summer).

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Award Winners

Club Chairperson Peter Sweeney, Juvenile Coaching Team of the Year winner Jane Hall and Club Person of the Year Louise Donohue

The Ranelagh Gaels Annual Awards night was held recently at the Dropping Well and was another huge success.

Congratulations to all of our winners:

Women’s Player of the Year: Enya Mulcahy
Men’s Player of the Year: Noel Crowley
Juvenile Coaching Team of the Year: Jane Hall and Brian Horkan
Club Person of the Year: Louise Donohue

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Ranelagh Gaels Annual Awards Night

Ranelagh Gaels Annual Awards Night will take place on Friday, January 31 at the Dropping Well in Milltown.

The main event will be the presentation of medals to our women’s football team, who won the 2019 Junior D Football Championship.

Also presented on the night will be the Men’s Player of the Year, Women’s Player of the Year, Club Person of the Year and Juvenile Coaching Team of the Year awards.

There are two options for those hoping to attend. For €25 (tickets available via the PayPal link in the top lefthand version of this website, desktop version) there is dinner, which will be served at 7.30. If you don’t want dinner, you can come along for free at 9.0pm for the awards ceremony potion of the evening.

See you there!

Ranelagh Gaels Women’s Football

Ranelagh Gaels’ Championship winning women’s football team are gearing up for the new season and are on the look-out for new players!

The Gaels won last year’s Junior D Championship in style, beating Garristown in an exciting final, and pre-season for the 2020 campaign will start in February.

The team will play in Division 5 of the League and the Junior C Championship and if you are interested in getting involved drop an email to info@ranelaghgaels.ie for more information.

New players of all ages, abilities and backgrounds are welcome. Training will generally be on Monday and Wednesday nights and once the season starts in April there will be matches most Wednesdays through to September.

Ranelagh Gaels AGM 2019


Ranelagh Gaels’ Annual General Meeting took place in Beechwood Hall on Thursday November 21.

There was a great turnout of members from all sectors of the club, there was healthy discussion and we adopted our new club constitution, which introduced term limits for club officers. This is a major move for Ranelagh Gaels, making us best in class in this area and ensuring a regular flow of fresh minds and bodies onto the executive.

Thanks to everyone who came along and took part.

We also elected our new committee for 2020 – thanks to everyone who volunteered in 2019 and look forward to looking forward to working with everyone in the New Year. Read the rest