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Former Olympian gives his insights

Ranelagh Gaels held a great club night recently, with members from all areas of the club getting together, sharing ideas and getting to know each other.

As a young club without a premises of our own, sometimes it’s difficult to get coaches, players and parents together, but we managed it on this occasion.

The main feature of the night was a Q&A with Shane O’Connor, who coaches in our Juvenile Academy with the 2011 boys.

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Summer Camp Proudly Sponsored by SherryFitzGerald

Ranelagh Gaels are proud to announce that our July Summer camp is proudly sponsored by SherryFitzGerald.

SherryFitz Ranelagh 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 July 2 and July 6. For full details on the camp, click here.

Summer Camp Time of Year Again

Ranelagh Gaels are pleased to announce that we will be running two summer camps this year.

The first takes place between July 2-6. For full details and to make payments, click here.

We are then running an official GAA Cúl Camp between August 13-17. For full details and to make payments, click here.

Both camps are open to primary school age children and no prior GAA experience is required. They will be coached in hurling and football in a safe, fun and secure environment.

Féile History Made at Ranelagh Gaels

Ranelagh Gaels entered a team into Dublin LGFA’s Féile competition for the first time – and it was a brilliant experience for all concerned.

Féile is an Under-14 competition played off on a blitz basis, with clubs divided into divisions. The winners of each county go forward to the national Féile.

Ranelagh’s oldest team in 2018 are Under-13 so they were playing a year above themselves, but the girls still put in a string of great performances and only missed out on a semi-final spot on scoring difference. Read the rest »

Peil Óg Comes to Ranelagh Gaels

Ranelagh Gaels and Dublin LGFA are delighted to announce that Peil Óg is coming to the club – starting on Thursday, May 17 at Herbert Park.

Peil Óg is a special football training  programme aimed at girls aged between eight-and-13 years old. Sessions will run between 6.45pm and 8.0pm weekly.

Girls of all abilities are encouraged to take part – even if they have never played football before – and you don’t have to be a member of Ranelagh Gaels to join in either. Just come along!

Each training session will cost €3 per child and will run for six weeks. The programme is being run by Dublin LGFA and will feature coaching from members of Dublin’s 2017 All-Ireland-winning team. You can pre-register here and be entered into a draw to win an signed Dublin jersey. Read the rest »

Easter Camp 2018

The Ranelagh Gaels Easter Camp will take place in Alexandra College, Milltown between Monday, 26 March and Thursday, 29 March from 10am-2pm.

Our wonderful club GPO Simon Lambert will lead his team of coaches to ensure the kids enjoy another fun week to remember.

The week only costs €60. That’s the cheapest childcare in Dublin 6!

You can register by clicking here.

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