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The GAA and COVID-19 »

The GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association have cancelled all activity at all levels, including, but not limited to, training, games and meetings due to the COVID-19 outbreak. This situation will not change until a further decision is made by the various associations in consultation with the Government and Health Service Executive (HSE). Ranelagh Gaels ask […]

Scoláireacht €150 ar fáil/€150 Gaeltacht grant available »

Mar is eol daoibh, tá nasc láidir idir Cumann Lúthchleas Gael agus an Ghaeilge (As you know, there is a strong link between the GAA and the Irish language). Mar sin, tá scoláireacht €150 ar fáil do pháiste bunscoile nó meánscoile ó Ranelagh Gaels chun dul chuig an Gaeltacht i nGaoth Dóbhair an samhradh seo. […]

Award Winners »

The Ranelagh Gaels Annual Awards night was held recently at the Dropping Well and was another huge success. Congratulations to all of our winners: Women’s Player of the Year: Enya Mulcahy Men’s Player of the Year: Noel Crowley Juvenile Coaching Team of the Year: Jane Hall and Brian Horkan Club Person of the Year: Louise […]

Easter Camp Proudly Sponsored by Appian Asset Management »

Ranelagh Gaels are proud to announce that our 2019 Easter Camp is proudly sponsored by Appian Asset Management. Appian Asset Management have come on board to help ensure that hundreds of primary school age children have a brilliant time at our camp at Alexandra College between April 15 and April 18, 9.30am-1.30pm daily. For full […]

Ranelagh Gaels AGM »

Ranelagh Gaels 2018 Annual General Meeting took place recently at Beechwood Hall and there was a great turn-out of members from all areas of the club. There was healthy discussion across a number of issues and this was heartening to see as clubs are only as strong as their membership’s engagement – and this seems […]

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 […]

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