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Juvenile Academy Information Day

Ranelagh Gaels will hold a juvenile information day on Saturday, September 30 on the Bective Pitch at Donnybrook Stadium. The event will get underway at 10.30.

All children interested in training for and playing Gaelic Games from four-years-old and up are more than welcome to come along.

We’ll be telling parents and guardians about how to get involved and how to register their children with Ranelagh Gaels.

The Ranelagh Gaels Academy runs every Saturday morning during school term time and offers Gaelic Games in a fun and safe environment. We look forward to seeing everyone there!

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All-Ireland Tickets On Offer At Table Quiz

Ranelagh Gaels will be hosting a special fund-raising quiz in Smyths on Thursday night, September 14!

There will be great fun to be had and great prizes to be won And if that wasn’t enough incentive – we’ll be raffling off two stand tickets for Sunday’s All-Ireland final at Croke Park between Dublin and Mayo.

The quiz gets underway at 8.0pm and tables of four cost €40. All money raised goes towards a great cause – keeping your local GAA club up and running.

See you there!

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D is for Disappointment in Championship final


There was disappointment for Ranelagh Gaels in the Dublin Junior D Championship final, when our ladies footballer came up just short.

The Gaels lost by 3-11 to 3-8 against a strong Ballyboughal side at Fingallian’s GAA Club in Swords.

At one stage Ranelagh trailed by 11 points, but they never gave up and should be extremely proud of the way they got themselves back into this game and ensured it was a thrilling contest right up to the last kick.

Thanks to everyone involved – including manager Shane Minihane, all the players and the brilliant support that came along on the night – for a brilliant season.

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Ranelagh Gaels Juvenile Academy Returns

Ranelagh Gaels Juvenile Academy returns on Saturday, September 9 at the earlier time of 10.30am, running for one hour.

New players between the ages of four-and-12 are welcome to come along and try out hurling and football in a fun and safe environment. If you are interested in getting involved, just pop along.

Registration will be in the following weeks – keep an eye out here and on social media for further details. Also, it’s important to note that there will be no parking at Donnybrook Stadium on Saturday morning this year.

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Another Final For Our Ladies Team

New Ireland Assurance, Dublin LGFA, Championship Launch 2017. 

Ranelagh Gaels ladies footballers are into another final – they will take on Ballyboughal in the Junior D Championship decider on Friday, September 8.

The game will throw-in at 7.0pm at Fingallians in Swords and all support will be greatly appreciated – so make sure you turn out to support your club!

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Ladies in semi-final action

Ranelagh Gaels ladies footballers are in championship semi-final action tonight, Wednesday, August 23.

The team are through to the last four of the Junior D Championship campaign, where they will take on St Finian’s of Swords at Bushy Park. Throw-in there is at 7.15pm and all support is welcome.

The Gaels came through their four-team group with a 100 per cent winning record to earn themselves a home semi-final.

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