Category: Ladies Football

Annual Awards Night »

Ranelagh Gaels will hold our Annual Awards at The Dropping Well on Friday, February 1. Our men’s footballers will be picking up the Junior 2 Championship medals they won when beating Ballyfermot De La Salle back in October. There will also be prizes for the Men’s Player of the Year, Women’s Player of the Year, […]

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. This is the most important annual date in the club’s calendar and a good turnout is vital – a club is only […]

Gaelic for Mothers and Others »

Gaelic for Mothers and Others is coming to Ranelagh Gaels! This is a fun, non-competitive form of women’s football and is open to all women of 21-years-or-older who aren’t currently registered as a player with an LGFA club. No experience of Gaelic football is required. The main idea is to have fun while getting some […]

Win All-Ireland Tickets At Our Table Quiz! »

You could win two All-Ireland football final tickets at our great table quiz, which takes place in Smyths on Thursday, August 30 – throw-in 8.0pm sharp! We are giving away two stand tickets for Dublin v Tyrone – a sold-out game – at Croke Park on Sunday, September 2 – and they could be yours if […]

Former Olympian gives his insights »

Ranelagh Gaels held a great club night recently, with members from all areas of the club getting together, sharing ideas and getting to know each other. As a young club without a premises of our own, sometimes it’s difficult to get coaches, players and parents together, but we managed it on this occasion. The main […]

Féile History Made at Ranelagh Gaels »

Ranelagh Gaels entered a team into Dublin LGFA’s Féile competition for the first time – and it was a brilliant experience for all concerned. Féile is an Under-14 competition played off on a blitz basis, with clubs divided into divisions. The winners of each county go forward to the national Féile. Ranelagh’s oldest team in […]

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