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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 first.

It has been an amazing 12 months for the club at adult level, following on from the lads’ 2018 Junior 2 Championship final win and our underage teams and academy continue to go from strength to strength. Read the rest »

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 of Gaels supporting the team and it’s a great opportunity for our younger players to see them in action and chat to them after the match. See you all there!


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.

It’s your chance to win tickets to see history made one way or the other – will the Dubs make it five in-a-row, or will the Kingdom halt the drive for five? Read the rest »

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 bout appendicitis. That man is tough as teak.

While the weather was mild the competition was fierce, and only three points separated the top three teams. The overall winner was Frank Smyth’s team, with Sean McCrave, Paddy Costello and Paul Ferry taking the tough course in their stride.

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Inclusion Games at Ranelagh Gaels

Raheny All Star on their recent trip to Áras an Uachtaráin (pic courtesy of gaa.ie)

Ranelagh Gaels will soon be launching inclusive games at the club.

These games will be for children and young people with intellectual and physical disabilities, additional needs and learning difficulties.

Our initiative is based on Raheny All Stars, which has been running since 2016 and has been a huge success.

We are still at the early planning stage of this project and we are currently trying to gauge interest levels.

If you know someone that would like to take part/you think would benefit from taking part please get in touch via email at at chairperson.ranelaghgaels.dublin@gaa.ie.

Ranelagh Gaels Dub Club Chronicles

Ranelagh Gaels features in the latest edition of AIG Ireland’s Dub Club Chronicles.

This lovingly shot mini-documentary, made by local creative agency Along Came A Spider, captures what Ranelagh Gaels is all about – a new and growing club in a changing society building a community for everyone.

Sincere thanks to all the individuals and families who took part and who helped make this possible in any way and thanks also to AIG Ireland for giving us the chance to tell our story.