Category: Division 10 South

Ranelagh Gaels Are Promoted »

Since winning Division 10 south last year, Ranelagh Gaels were informed today that they have been promoted to Division 9. After the heart-breaking promotion defeat against Ballyboughal last week, Ranelagh Gaels thought it was another year in Division 10 South, however the CCC told the ‘legend’ Liam O’Hagan today that they are to be promoted as […]

Ranelagh Gaels 2-12 Ballyboughal 5-11 »

RANELAGH Gaels have to prepare of Division Ten football again next year following the disappointment of last weekend’s promotion playoff defeat to Ballyboughal. The Gaels topped the Southside section comfortably and had put together a long unbeaten league run which meant they went into the game confident. However, due to the county board’s difficulty in […]

Super Sunday match details »

Ranelagh Gaels play BallyBoughal in the Division 10 Semi final this Sunday at 2:15PM in Thomas Davis GAA Club, the win is vital for the Gaels to seal promotion to Division 9. Lifts leaving Smyth’s at 1:00pm. All supporters are welcome to come and join us at Symth’s if your looking for a lift. For […]

It’s January and it’s cold »

IT’S ONLY January so could it be possible that Ranelagh Gaels are already going to play their most important game of the season? Well, yes and no. At the end of the month the Gaels will contest the Dublin Adult Football League Division Ten semi-final against Ballyboughal. The only thing is that it isn’t this […]

Ranelagh Gaels 2-12 v Ballinteer St Johns 1-7 »

Venue: Bushy Park Ranelagh continued their push up the table with a hard fought victory over their arch rivals Ballinteer. With the wind behind them they commanded a strong lead with good points from Moiners and accurate free taking from Alan Kelly and Gordo. At half time it was 9points to 3points. It was a […]

Ranelagh Gaels 3-14 – St Kevin’s / Killian’s 0-5 »

Venue: Kingswood Gaels continued their late season charge to the top of the AFL Division 10 South table with a convincing win over St Kevin’s/Killian’s at Kingswood on Sunday. The Gaels’ form earlier in the campaign had been patchy, but a recent run of good results as seen them climb up the ladder and now […]

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