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Sexton and Carbery meet Ranelagh Gaels U9s

As the new league season began today, our U9s got a special treat when they got to meet Ireland’s hero in Paris and Dublin 6 neighbour, Johnny Sexton. Read the rest

Men’s training

A great turn-out of 36 players braved the cold by Irish Sea last night for more winter training in Sean Moore Park in Irishtown last night.

Let’s hope we can keep these huge numbers up as the league season draws near.

Plenty of handing-passing, kicking and backs and forwards drills kept the lads busy.

They were only delighted to finish the session off with 12 interval runs.

Winter smiles, summer smiles.

Ranelagh Gaels' Liam O'Hagan

Ranelagh Gaels boss Liam O’Hagan.

Ranelagh Gaels men training.

36 players turning out for Ranelagh Gaels training.

Ranelagh Gaels Awards Night

Ranelagh Gaels’ Annual Award Night took place on Saturday, January 27.

A great crowd turned out at The Tap House, where the event took place.

Five awards, honouring volunteers and players fromĀ all sectors of the club, were given out on the night.

Guests of honour on the night were Sam Maguire and Brendan Martin – the cups won by Dublin’s All-Ireland winning men’s and ladies teams last season.

The winners were:
Club Person of the Year – Shane Minihane
Ladies Player of the Year – Deirdre Breathnach
Men’s Player of the Year – Ciaran McGovern
Boys Coach of the Year – Frank Kelly and David Coyle
Girls Coach of the Year – Maria Broderick and Anthony Kavanagh

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Men’s Training Start

Ranelagh Gaels’ men’s team have finalised their training plan for the next few months.

On Monday nights we will train under the lights at Clanna Gael Fontenoy GAA club – see map below. This is a grass pitch, so bring your boots. The sessions will begin at 8.15pm promptly.

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Academy returns this Saturday!

Simon Lambert working with children at the Ranelagh Gaels Juvenile Academy

The Ranelagh Gaels Academy (4-7 year olds) will return to action this Saturday at 10.30am in Donnybrook Stadium.

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Ranelagh Gaels Players Honoured

Ranelagh Gaels is delighted to announce that two of our players – Deirdre Breathnach and Yvonne Twomey – have been picked on the 2017 Junior Dub Stars Team.

Dublin LGFA first introduced the Junior Dub Stars concept back in 2015 since then the Junior event has proven to be tremendous success providing a perfect platform to recognise and acknowledge the commitment and dedication of our Junior club players.

The teams reflect the best players in their competition during the season and the special match will take place in DCU on Sunday, January 14.

Deirdre (pictured above, left) and Yvonne were two key players for the Gaels as the team made the Junior D Championship final, losing out by 3-11 to 3-8 to Ballyboughal after a great game.

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