Category: News

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 […]

Juvenile Academy Back In Action »

Ranelagh Gaels Juvenile Academy is back for another season, throwing-in on Saturday, September 8 at 10.30 in Donnybrook Stadium. All children between the ages of four and seven years old are welcome, regardless of whether or not they have played Gaelic Games before. If you can’t make it down this week pop along any subsequent […]

Table Quiz a Huge Success! »

Ranelagh Gaels’ pre-All-Ireland table quiz was a huge success – a big ‘thank you’ to everyone who helped make such a successful evening. Prizes were generously sponsored by TriBeCa, The Panel, Leech’s Pharmacy, O’Connell’s Rathgar Pharmacy, The Panel and Old Bawn Physiotherapy Clinic. Smyth’s as always were generous hosts and we had a full house taking […]

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 […]

Inaugural Ranelagh Gaels Golf Classic »

Ranelagh Gaels is running its inaugural Golf Classic, which will take place at Stackstown Golf Course on Thursday, August 16. The event will raise much-needed funds which will go towards the running of our dozens of underage teams. Tee-times for teams of four (€200) are still available in this 18 hole stableford competition and there […]

Fun in the Sun at Sherry FitzGerald Summer Camp »

The sun shone on the nearly 200 kids and coaches for the full week at our most recent summer camp, proudly sponsored by Sherry FitzGerald. Simon Lambert and his team ran a great camp, where children from the ages of four-to-13 years old were coached in the skills of Gaelic Games in a fun and […]

  • News Categories

  • Archives