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Family Open Day »

The Ranelagh Gaels Juvenile Academy returned for another season, on September 7 in Donnybrook Stadium. Huge numbers of new joiners were in attendance and the buzz around Donnybrook was electric. Our Family Open Day is taking place on Saturday 21 September, from 12:00 – 16:00 in Cathal Brugha Barracks GAA Pitch. The day is open […]

Ranelagh Gaels Juvenile Academy Returns »

    The Ranelagh Gaels Juvenile Academy returns for another season, starting on Saturday, September 7 at 10.30 in Donnybrook Stadium. Our Academy is for children aged between four-and-seven years old, boys and girls, and gives them a chance to learn Gaelic Games in a fun, safe and friendly environment. New comers are welcomed with […]

Ranelagh Gaels – Dublin Junior D Champions! »

Ranelagh Gaels beat Garristown by 2-9 to 1-10 to claim the Dublin Junior D Championship title at Lawless Park in Swords on Friday, August 30. It was another brilliant performance by Shane Minihane’s fantastic team, who did themselves and their club proud to claim Ranelagh’s second ever women’s championship trophy nine years on from the […]

Women’s Championship Final »

Ranelagh Gaels’ women’s team are through to another championship final, taking on Garristown in the Junior D decider at Fingallians on Friday, August 30 – throw-in 7.30. After getting out of their group they saw off the tough challenge of Naomh Mearnog in Portmarnock in the semi-final. We are hoping to see a big crowd […]

Ranelagh Gaels Pre-All-Ireland Final Quiz »

Ranelagh Gaels will be be hosting our annual Pre-All-Ireland Final Table Quiz in Smyth’s at 8.0pm on Wednesday, August 28. There will be lots of great prizes and in the raffle we will also be giving away two stand tickets for the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship final on Sunday, September 1 between Dublin and Kerry. […]

Ranelagh Gaels Golf Classic A Huge Success »

A big thank you to the 40 golfers that turned out to support the club at the Ranelagh Gaels Golf Classic at Stackstown Golf Club. The course was in great condition and we were delighted to have Ranelagh Gaels President Liam O’Hagan seeing off all the teams from the first tee box, despite a recent […]

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