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Club Notes 19th June 2018

posted Jun 19, 2018, 7:48 AM by Ger McGloin   [ updated Jun 19, 2018, 8:05 AM ]


OGRA 
Our Last Ogra is  on pitch 5 on Saturday morning 23rd, registration is at 9.45,  but we will be back in September.  We are still looking for volunteers to chop the fruit on Saturday morning. 


The Ogra run to the summer break is as follows 

23rd June - Our last Ogra until September.


Wednesday night Ogra is pitch 12a as usual at 6pm.





Cul Camps registration is now open our Camp will be on 16th - 20th July at 9am. Register on line at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie



D.I.S.C.O...d.i.s.c.o
Disco for 5th and 6th Boys and Girls will be held on Friday 22nd in the club hall from 8pm-10pm, tickets 7 euro.  Tickets on sale from Club Lounge on Thursday or Liz on 086-8274164.  



Membership 2018
Membership is now OVERDUE, and there will be a strict NO PAY NO PLAY policy enforced from now onwards

Reminder: ALL mentors/helpers must be Garda vetted and have completed the Child Safeguarding course.  We will be running another one in the club in the next month or so, anyone who wishes to put their name down please text our Childrens Officer Alison on 086-2909022. 


Club Shop :- Will be open on the Saturday 9:20 till 12
Siopa na Club

https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/

Do you know our club shop is now online, you can order and pay online and collect behind the bar.



https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/
Club Proud
Our Amy Drummond  & Ella Fox, representing Scoil Aine,  playing Dublin schools Camogie against Antrim on the 15th.


FIXTURES

June 24th Minor Hurlers are away to Cuala at 11am.

                   AHL7 are away to Naomh Olaf at 1pm.



RESULTS

Hard luck to our AFL2 who lost to Fingallians last Wednesday.  


Well done to our AHL2, they played on Saturday evening, a very well matched game, exciting to the end.  Raheny 0-19 to 1-13 Naomh Barrog.


18th June AHL7 - Raheny Vs Naomh Mearnog




U12 Girls Up the creek without a paddle...
Our U12 girls enjoyed a trip to East Wall Watersports.


60th Anniversary Ball - Date Change
Keep an eye out for details on our 60th Anniversary Ball,the date has changed to 19th OCTOBER, 




Our GAA4MAS starts back this Sunday from 8-9pm on club Astro, if your interested in taking part please contact Ide on 086-3806454.









The Club Hall is available for hire for parties, 

  

If you wish to book either the hall or the Hill for communion/confirmations 

Andrew Dowling on 087-1263439 or Eoin a call on‭ 085-1481386‬. Or just ring the club on 01-8313530.

Pitch Alerts The new pitch in St Annes Pitch 5 the astro beside the tennis courts in St Annes is an All Weather pitch and therefore not included in the pitch alerts on a Friday morning. If looking to hire this pitch contact Paddy Moore of Raheny Sports Alliance on 086-7966794.


OGRA 

Our Ogra is back on pitch 5 on Saturday morning 16th registration is at 9.45,  our last Ogra of the season is on 23rd June but we will be back in September.  

Please check our Twitter and Facebook page on Wednesday re venue for Evening Hurling/Camogie Ogra.  


We would ask that parents arrive to Saturday Ogra at 9.45 to allow for registration so the children can start training at 10am sharp.  Thanks to Aideen Kellett for looking after the fruit.

Our Ogra is looking for volunteers to chop the fruit for our young players on a Saturday morning, it will take 20-30 minutes out of your day, meet at club at 9.30am, chop the fruit and bring to the astro. If willing to volunteer please text Alison on 086-2909022. 




*Raheny All Stars* is back on Friday 5-6pm on club Astro. 

Torthai an Chranchuir 

The club would like to thank all players (online, direct debit and cash sales) for your continued support, it is greatly appreciated.


Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.
http://www.raheny.gaa.ie

*If you get three numbers in Raheny GAA's weekly lotto (also known as 'hitting the crossbar' ) you will be entered into the €200 Monthly Draw. The draw will take place on the last Monday of each month in the club lounge.





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  

Club Notes 12th June 2018

posted Jun 12, 2018, 1:47 AM by Ger McGloin


OGRA 
Our Ogra is back on pitch 5 on Saturday morning 16th registration is at 9.45,  our last Ogra of the season is on 23rd June but we will be back in September.  We are still looking for volunteers to chop the fruit on Saturday morning. 


The Ogra run to the summer break is as follows 

16th June - Back to our usual home on pitch 9 (astro beside tennis courts)
23rd June - Our last Ogra until September.


Wednesday night Ogra is pitch 12a as usual at 6pm.





Cul Camps registration is now open our Camp will be on 16th - 20th July at 9am. Register on line at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie



D.I.S.C.O...d.i.s.c.o
Disco for 5th and 6th Boys and Girls will be held on Friday 22nd in the club hall from 8pm-10pm, tickets 7 euro.  Tickets on sale from Club Lounge on Thursday or Liz on 086-8274164.  



Membership 2018
Membership is now OVERDUE, and there will be a strict NO PAY NO PLAY policy enforced from now onwards

Reminder: ALL mentors/helpers must be Garda vetted and have completed the Child Safeguarding course.  We will be running another one in the club in the next month or so, anyone who wishes to put their name down please text our Childrens Officer Alison on 086-2909022. 


Club Shop :- Will be open on the Saturday 9:20 till 12
Siopa na Club

https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/

Do you know our club shop is now online, you can order and pay online and collect behind the bar.



https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/
Club Proud
Well done to Carla Fitzsimons, Chloe Monaghan and Orlaith Walsh on making the final squad for the Dublin U17 ladies footballers.




FIXTURES

June 13 AFl2 away to Fingallians and AFL4 away to St Finians Swords both at 7.30pm 

June 14 Senior Camogie away to Binn Eadair at 7.30.  


Best of luck to our both Senior and Junior Camogie teams heading out to play the Molly Waters 7 aside tournament in Dunboyne on Saturday.


RESULTS

June 6th AFL4 :-Raheny: 0-13(13) Vs StMonicas: 1-10(13)



June 6th AFL2 :- Raheny. 0-15 Vs Scoil Ui Conaill 0-12

On Wednesday  last our Adult ladies came back from 5 down at halftime to beat Lucan by a score of 3.14 to 4.0 in Junior A Championship. Big shout our to Caoimhe McCarthy and Niamh McCormack from our U17s who made their Adult Championship debuts and both played a stormer.


Senior Footballers Using Club Gym
 
 


60th Anniversary Ball - Date Change
Keep an eye out for details on our 60th Anniversary Ball,the date has changed to 19th OCTOBER, 




Our GAA4MAS starts back this Sunday from 8-9pm on club Astro, if your interested in taking part please contact Ide on 086-3806454.









The Club Hall is available for hire for parties, 

  

If you wish to book either the hall or the Hill for communion/confirmations 

Andrew Dowling on 087-1263439 or Eoin a call on‭ 085-1481386‬. Or just ring the club on 01-8313530.

Pitch Alerts The new pitch in St Annes Pitch 5 the astro beside the tennis courts in St Annes is an All Weather pitch and therefore not included in the pitch alerts on a Friday morning. If looking to hire this pitch contact Paddy Moore of Raheny Sports Alliance on 086-7966794.


OGRA 

Our Ogra is back on pitch 5 on Saturday morning 16th registration is at 9.45,  our last Ogra of the season is on 23rd June but we will be back in September.  

Please check our Twitter and Facebook page on Wednesday re venue for Evening Hurling/Camogie Ogra.  


We would ask that parents arrive to Saturday Ogra at 9.45 to allow for registration so the children can start training at 10am sharp.  Thanks to Aideen Kellett for looking after the fruit.

Our Ogra is looking for volunteers to chop the fruit for our young players on a Saturday morning, it will take 20-30 minutes out of your day, meet at club at 9.30am, chop the fruit and bring to the astro. If willing to volunteer please text Alison on 086-2909022. 




*Raheny All Stars* is back on Friday 5-6pm on club Astro. 

Torthai an Chranchuir 

Torthai an Chranchuir (Lotto Results) Monday 11/6/18.

Jackpot €3,900

Uimhreacha (Numbers): 5,10,16, 23


JACKPOT NOT WON

Pota Or (Jackpot) MONDAY 17/6/18 €4,000


Go n-eiri libh go leir - Good luck all!

The three €25 Lucky Dip Winners this week are:


1) Sean Fay
2) Ronan Leech
3) Ronan Leech

Well done folks.

Unclaimed €25 prizes from previous draws can be collected from the club lounge.

Please call in to the club lounge to collect your prize if you havent done so yet.

Entrants for "3 Number" June Draw

1) Lisa Ryan
2) Eoin Gillen
3) Alison Rodgers
4) Seán O'Rourke

The club would like to thank all players (online, direct debit and cash sales) for your continued support, it is greatly appreciated.


Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.
http://www.raheny.gaa.ie

*If you get three numbers in Raheny GAA's weekly lotto (also known as 'hitting the crossbar' ) you will be entered into the €200 Monthly Draw. The draw will take place on the last Monday of each month in the club lounge.





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  

Club Notes 6th June 2018

posted Jun 6, 2018, 1:20 PM by Ger McGloin   [ updated Jun 6, 2018, 1:23 PM ]


OGRA 
Our Ogra will be ON this Saturday but will NOT be on the Astro due to (Raheny United) mini leagues. Ogra will be on  Pitch 9  for this Saturday only (pitch 9 .. you pass Manor House school and take right at roundabout. It’s first Gaelic pitch on the left) Registration is at 9.45.


The Ogra run to the summer break is as follows 

9th June    - ONLY moving to pitch 9
16th June - Back to our usual home on pitch 9 (astro beside tennis courts)
23rd June - Our last Ogra until September.


Wednesday night Ogra is pitch 12a as usual at 6pm.

Girls Class Blitz

Last Friday night, mentors from our go-games ladies teams got together and arranged a schools blitz for girls. 
Any girls were welcome to attend and were split into their class groups where they played both camogie and football matches. 110 girls participated and almost 20 of those are not currently club members. The hope is that some of these girls will decide to join up. The relevant mentors from each age group are following up with the girls parents.
As the weather was perfect on Friday night, the girls were very happy to get some very well earned refreshments at the end of their respective sessions.

Once all matches were concluded, many went back to the club for a BBQ hosted by the U11 team mentors. Chef John Corbett did such a great job that the food ran out and we had to send for more! Thanks to Fiona Lambert for the shopping and all of the BBQ prep work. And a big thanks to all of the mentors from U8 to U12 who helped on the evening.




Cul Camps registration is now open our Camp will be on 16th - 20th July at 9am. Register on line at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie




Membership 2018
Membership is now OVERDUE, and there will be a strict NO PAY NO PLAY policy enforced from now onwards

Reminder: ALL mentors/helpers must be Garda vetted and have completed the Child Safeguarding course.  We will be running another one in the club in the next month or so, anyone who wishes to put their name down please text our Childrens Officer Alison on 086-2909022. 


Club Shop :- Will be open on the Saturday 9:20 till 12
Siopa na Club

https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/

Do you know our club shop is now online, you can order and pay online and collect behind the bar.



https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/
Club Proud
Well done to Carla Fitzsimons, Chloe Monaghan and Orlaith Walsh on making the final squad for the Dublin U17 ladies footballers.

Our Kate Kelly was in blue again at the weekend and with the U14 Dublin Camogie team they won the Munster Division two Shield.


Our Sinéad O Hanlon came joint 4th in the Féile football skillstars competition.


FIXTURES
Matches to support this week. 

June 6 - all three at home  @ 7:30
AFL2 v Scoil Ui Chonaill pitch 9, 
AFL4 v St Monicas pitch 10 
Senior Ladies Footballers v Lucan Sarfields on pitch 19

On June 7 AFL9 play St Colmcilles at home at 7.30 on pitch 9.

RESULTS

Congratulations to our U17 ladies footballers  on winning U17 divison 3 League. Unbeaten this year.
Hard luck to our AHL2 v Erins Isle on Wednesday.

Thanks to Johnny Cooper for the great talk about being the best you can by balancing sport with every day life.


CCC2 Boys Football Players and mentors with the U14,U15 and U16 teams had a collective coaching and skills session in the glorious sunshine last Saturday morning.  Thanks to Conor Talty (Senior Footballer), Will Lillis (Club GPO) and Paul Dempsey (Senior Football Manager) for running the session.  Next collective session for the CCC2 Boys football teams is on Saturday morning 30th June.  This new football coaching initiative was arranaged by Colm Codd (Club coaching officer) and Paul Fox (Boys Juvenile Director).

60th Anniversary Ball - Date Change
Keep an eye out for details on our 60th Anniversary Ball,the date has changed to 19th OCTOBER, 




Our GAA4MAS starts back this Sunday from 8-9pm on club Astro, if your interested in taking part please contact Ide on 086-3806454.









The Club Hall is available for hire for parties, 

  

If you wish to book either the hall or the Hill for communion/confirmations 

Andrew Dowling on 087-1263439 or Eoin a call on‭ 085-1481386‬. Or just ring the club on 01-8313530.

Pitch Alerts The new pitch in St Annes Pitch 5 the astro beside the tennis courts in St Annes is an All Weather pitch and therefore not included in the pitch alerts on a Friday morning. If looking to hire this pitch contact Paddy Moore of Raheny Sports Alliance on 086-7966794.


OGRA 

On the 9th June Ogra will move from the Astro for this week only , please keep an eye on our social media to see which pitch. 

Please check our Twitter and Facebook page on Wednesday re venue for Evening Hurling/Camogie Ogra.  


We would ask that parents arrive to Saturday Ogra at 9.45 to allow for registration so the children can start training at 10am sharp.  Thanks to Aideen Kellett for looking after the fruit.

Our Ogra is looking for volunteers to chop the fruit for our young players on a Saturday morning, it will take 20-30 minutes out of your day, meet at club at 9.30am, chop the fruit and bring to the astro. If willing to volunteer please text Alison on 086-2909022. 




*Raheny All Stars* is back on Friday 5-6pm on club Astro. 

Torthai an Chranchuir 

Torthai an Chranchuir (Lotto Results) Monday 28/5/18.

Jackpot €3,700

Uimhreacha (Numbers): 7,9,14,20


JACKPOT NOT WON

Pota Or (Jackpot) MONDAY 4/6/18 €3,800
Go n-eiri libh go leir - Good luck all!

The three €25 Lucky Dip Winners this week are:

1) Rita McGarry
2) Mark O'Connor
3) Thomas X Morrissey

Well done folks.

Unclaimed €25 prizes from previous draws can be collected from the club lounge.

Please call in to the club lounge to collect your prize if you havent done so yet.

Entrants for "3 Number" May Draw

1) Ivan Griffin
2) Ray Holohan
3) Noel & Veronica
4) Freda Magee
5) Orla McElhinney
6) Donail O'Conail
7) Maeve Burgess
8) M Ni Mhurchadha
9) Brian Curtis
10) Mary Deignan

The €200 draw winner for May is Ivan Griffin. Well done Ivan!


The club would like to thank all players (online, direct debit and cash sales) for your continued support, it is greatly appreciated.


Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.
http://www.raheny.gaa.ie

*If you get three numbers in Raheny GAA's weekly lotto (also known as 'hitting the crossbar' ) you will be entered into the €200 Monthly Draw. The draw will take place on the last Monday of each month in the club lounge.





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  

Club Notes 29th May 2018

posted May 29, 2018, 9:12 AM by Ger McGloin


OGRA 
There’s is no Ogra next Saturday 2nd June as it’s a Bank Holiday weekend. 




Cul Camps registration is now open our Camp will be on 16th - 20th July at 9am. Register on line at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie




Membership 2018
Membership is now OVERDUE, and there will be a strict NO PAY NO PLAY policy enforced from now onwards

Reminder: ALL mentors/helpers must be Garda vetted and have completed the Child Safeguarding course.  We will be running another one in the club in the next month or so, anyone who wishes to put their name down please text our Childrens Officer Alison on 086-2909022. 


Club Shop :- Will be open on the Saturday 9:20 till 12
Siopa na Club

https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/

Do you know our club shop is now online, you can order and pay online and collect behind the bar.



https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/
Club Proud
Well done to Our Charlie Mchugh, Ruiri Kelly, Adam McAweeney and Ard Scoil Ris who are U14 Leinster Hurling champions.

Well done to our Brian Fenton, Brian Howard (Dublin Senior Footballers) v Wicklow, Raheny men scoring 1-4 between them.
 
Well done to Liam Dunne and the Dublin Minor Hurlers on a win over Laois at the weekend.

More of our players donned the blue jersey .. Congratulations to our Colin McAweeney and Niall Cox who were selected to play for Dublin  in the interval game in Portlaoise today.


Hard luck to our Aoife Dooley and the Dublin Intermediate Camogie team who lost to Westmeath yesterday.


FIXTURES
MATCHES this week pls support well. 

Tuesday 29/5 Sen 2 Camogie v Skerries Harps at home 7.30pm

Wednesday 30/5 AHL2 v Erin Isle away 7.30.

Sen Ladies footballers away v Cro Ro Naofa 7.30.


RESULTS

Hard luck to our ladies Footballers in their championship match v Castleknock. But what a wonderful advertisement for Ladies Championship football last week on pitch 10 against Castleknock, while our girls went down by a point in a never say die performance.  The skill, style of play, intensity and teamwork from both teams was a joy to watch.  Last year there would have been a three divisional gap between the teams which was not evident last Wednesday. Despite the defeat our ladies continue to go from strength to strength.
Also to both AFL2 and AFL4 who lost to Skerries Harps and St Vincent’s during the week.

The U-7's boys have been busy taking advantage of the sunny weather over the last number of weeks with home and away games in both hurling and football against Beann Éadair.

The boys have come on in leaps and bounds during the matches as the skills they have practiced in training have been put to good use. They are really enjoying pulling on the Raheny and taking part in the matches.

They are a credit to themselves, their parents and the Club, mol an óige agus tiocfaidh siad.

Also the U-7's would like to thank Andy Cunningham of AC Buiding ( www.acbuilding.ie, 086 684 5481 ) for sponsoring a batch of hurleys for the boys they have been put to good use already.

Lastly a big thank you to " Na Bainisteoirí" over the last few weeks Aislinn, Ciarán, Rich, Rory, Ivan, Eddie, Ken, Martin, Pádraig, Liam, Dave and Gavin


 
 

U8 Girls...First Home Camogie blitz


60th Anniversary Ball - Date Change
Keep an eye out for details on our 60th Anniversary Ball,the date has changed to 19th OCTOBER, 




Our GAA4MAS starts back this Sunday from 8-9pm on club Astro, if your interested in taking part please contact Ide on 086-3806454.









The Club Hall is available for hire for parties, 

  

If you wish to book either the hall or the Hill for communion/confirmations 

Andrew Dowling on 087-1263439 or Eoin a call on‭ 085-1481386‬. Or just ring the club on 01-8313530.

Pitch Alerts The new pitch in St Annes Pitch 5 the astro beside the tennis courts in St Annes is an All Weather pitch and therefore not included in the pitch alerts on a Friday morning. If looking to hire this pitch contact Paddy Moore of Raheny Sports Alliance on 086-7966794.


OGRA 
There’s is no Ogra next Saturday 2nd June as it’s a Bank Holiday weekend. 

On the 9th June Ogra will move from the Astro for this week only , please keep an eye on our social media to see which pitch. 

Please check our Twitter and Facebook page on Wednesday re venue for Evening Hurling/Camogie Ogra.  


We would ask that parents arrive to Saturday Ogra at 9.45 to allow for registration so the children can start training at 10am sharp.  Thanks to Aideen Kellett for looking after the fruit.

Our Ogra is looking for volunteers to chop the fruit for our young players on a Saturday morning, it will take 20-30 minutes out of your day, meet at club at 9.30am, chop the fruit and bring to the astro. If willing to volunteer please text Alison on 086-2909022. 




*Raheny All Stars* is back on Friday 5-6pm on club Astro. 

Torthai an Chranchuir 

Torthai an Chranchuir (Lotto Results) Monday 21/5/18.

Jackpot €3,600

Uimhreacha (Numbers): 1,15,20,21


JACKPOT NOT WON

Pota Or (Jackpot) MONDAY 28/5/18 €3,700

Go n-eiri libh go leir - Good luck all!


The three €25 Lucky Dip Winners this week are:

1) Donna, Sinead & James
2) Paul Shatwell
3) Ciaran Murphy


Well done folks.


Unclaimed €25 prizes from previous draws can be collected from the club lounge.

Please call in to the club lounge to collect your prize if you havent done so yet.

Entrants for "3 Number" May Draw

1) Ivan Griffin
2) Ray Holohan
3) Noel & Veronica
4) Freda Magee
5) Orla McElhinney
6) Donail O'Conail
7) Maeve Burgess
8) M Ni Mhurchadha
9) Brian Curtis

The club would like to thank all players (online, direct debit and cash sales) for your continued support, it is greatly appreciated.


Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.
http://www.raheny.gaa.ie

*If you get three numbers in Raheny GAA's weekly lotto (also known as 'hitting the crossbar' ) you will be entered into the €200 Monthly Draw. The draw will take place on the last Monday of each month in the club lounge.





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  

Club Notes 23rd May 2018

posted May 23, 2018, 1:19 AM by Ger McGloin




Cul Camps registration is now open our Camp will be on 16th - 20th July at 9am. Register on line at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie



Our "Raheny All Stars" had two visitors on Friday evening, Caroline from Supervalu called over to present a cheque for 1,000 euro which will go towards to both our Rush to Flush and All-Stars.  Thank you Supervalu.
Our other visitor was Pat Daly (GAA Director of Games Development and Research) who wrote "a brief note to thank you for the invitation to attend the All Star's session last night. It was wonderful to see what is happening and a credit to both of you  (Maria Curtis and Catherine Bedford Leech) and the Raheny Club .The manner in which the young coaches went about their business was inspiring and I'll be back in touch shortly"

Membership 2018
Membership is now OVERDUE, and there will be a strict NO PAY NO PLAY policy enforced from now onwards

Reminder: ALL mentors/helpers must be Garda vetted and have completed the Child Safeguarding course.  We will be running another one in the club in the next month or so, anyone who wishes to put their name down please text our Childrens Officer Alison on 086-2909022. 


Club Shop :- Will be open on the Saturday 9:20 till 12
Siopa na Club

https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/

Do you know our club shop is now online, you can order and pay online and collect behind the bar.



https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/
Club Proud
Well done to Liam Dunne who togged our again for the Dublin Minor Hurlers on Saturday and scored 1-10 helping Dublin triumph over Laois.

FIXTURES
Adult Ladies looking for your Championship support on Wednesday at 7.30pm on Pitch 10 against Castleknock. Ladies narrowly lost first championship game and this game represents a most win game
Wednesday   AFL4 v  St Vincents  away 7.30
                        AFL2 v  Skerries Harps away 7.30
                        Ladies footballers have a championship match at 7.30 at home.

Thursday       Senior 5 Camogie away to Erins Isle at 7.30
                        AFL9 away to Skerries Harps 7.30.

Please support matches when you can.


RESULTS

Our U17-18 ladies footballers had a great game v Round towers lusk on Monday night, great performance's all round and well done on the win.

Well done to our Ladies football teams who did us proud at the feile, 


Full results are posted on Twitter and Facebook. Our Raheny A was in Naomh Olaf and our Raheny B in O Dwyers GAA.


Many thanks to Lyndsey Davey who shared her wisdom with our u10 girls yesterday evening.

 
 

Our Camogie girls just can’t leave their hurls down... even for their communion. 


Positive Parent



60th Anniversary Ball - Date Change
Keep an eye out for details on our 60th Anniversary Ball,the date has changed to 19th OCTOBER, 




Our GAA4MAS starts back this Sunday from 8-9pm on club Astro, if your interested in taking part please contact Ide on 086-3806454.









The Club Hall is available for hire for parties, 

  

If you wish to book either the hall or the Hill for communion/confirmations 

Andrew Dowling on 087-1263439 or Eoin a call on‭ 085-1481386‬. Or just ring the club on 01-8313530.

Pitch Alerts The new pitch in St Annes Pitch 5 the astro beside the tennis courts in St Annes is an All Weather pitch and therefore not included in the pitch alerts on a Friday morning. If looking to hire this pitch contact Paddy Moore of Raheny Sports Alliance on 086-7966794.


OGRA 

Please check our Twitter and Facebook page on Wednesday re venue for Evening Hurling/Camogie Ogra.  


We would ask that parents arrive to Saturday Ogra at 9.45 to allow for registration so the children can start training at 10am sharp.  Thanks to Aideen Kellett for looking after the fruit.

Our Ogra is looking for volunteers to chop the fruit for our young players on a Saturday morning, it will take 20-30 minutes out of your day, meet at club at 9.30am, chop the fruit and bring to the astro. If willing to volunteer please text Alison on 086-2909022. 




*Raheny All Stars* is back on Friday 5-6pm on club Astro. 

Torthai an Chranchuir 

Torthai an Chranchuir (Lotto Results) Monday 14/5/18.

Jackpot €3,500

Uimhreacha (Numbers): 4,7,20,22

JACKPOT NOT WON

Pota Or (Jackpot) MONDAY 21/5/18 €3,600

Go n-eiri libh go leir - Good luck all!


The three €25 Lucky Dip Winners this week are:

1) Bernie Kilbane
2) Lisa Ryan
3) Donail O'Conail

Well done folks.

Unclaimed €25 prizes from previous draws can be collected from the club lounge.

Please call in to the club lounge to collect your prize if you havent done so yet.

Entrants for "3 Number" May Draw

1) Ivan Griffin
2) Ray Holohan
3) Noel & Veronica
4) Freda Magee
5) Orla McElhinney
6) Donail O'Conail
7) Maeve Burgess

The club would like to thank all players (online, direct debit and cash sales) for your continued support, it is greatly appreciated.


Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.
http://www.raheny.gaa.ie

*If you get three numbers in Raheny GAA's weekly lotto (also known as 'hitting the crossbar' ) you will be entered into the €200 Monthly Draw. The draw will take place on the last Monday of each month in the club lounge.





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  

Club Notes 14th May 2018

posted May 14, 2018, 5:38 AM by Ger McGloin   [ updated May 14, 2018, 5:47 AM ]




Cul Camps registration is now open our Camp will be on 16th - 20th July at 9am. Register on line at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie


Feile 2018 - Ladies Football 
Best of luck to our Feile ladies footballers who are playing this weekend Raheny A are in Pairc Ui Bhrain first match at 3pm v Naomh Olaf and Raheny B are in Bremore Park at 10.30am first match for these girls is Naomh Olaf B.  


Membership 2018
Membership is now OVERDUE, and there will be a strict NO PAY NO PLAY policy enforced from now onwards

Reminder: ALL mentors/helpers must be Garda vetted and have completed the Child Safeguarding course.  We will be running another one in the club in the next month or so, anyone who wishes to put their name down please text our Childrens Officer Alison on 086-2909022. 


Club Shop :- Will be open on the Saturday 9:20 till 12
Siopa na Club

https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/

Do you know our club shop is now online, you can order and pay online and collect behind the bar.



https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/
Club Proud
Well done to our  U12s  who played at half time during the Dublin Camogie Senior Match, they were captained by Aisling Savage. 
 
 
 
 

Liam Dunne was with Dublin Minor Footballers (and scored the 3rd goal) when they played  Louth. Dublin 3.15 v 1.07 Louth and the same Liam Dunne togged out again for the Dublin Hurlers v Kilkenny in Parnell Park on Sunday. Kilkenny beating them Dublin 4-14 to 3-32 Kilkenny.



FIXTURES

May 15 Sen 2 camogie v Castleknock away at 7.30

May 16 AHL2 v Setanta at home at 7.30

May 17 Sen 5 Camogie v OLER at home at 7.30

May 17 AHL7 v Rush away at 7.30


RESULTS

On Wednesday evening we had three Adult games in the park, our AFL2 beat neighbouring O Tooles by 2 points Raheny 1-12 v 1-10 O'Tooles, 

AFL4 had a win over Oliver Plunketts, 1-14 to 1-08 

Our Ladies Footballers played on pitch 19 and had a win over Ballinteer St John.  Raheny 3-09 v 1-11 BSJ.  

Hard luck to our Senior two camogie on Tuesday evening Raheny 6-07 to 8-08 Good Counsel.

Hard luck to our Division 2 minors who lost to St Vincents on Sunday morning.


Positive Parent



60th Anniversary Ball - Date Change
Keep an eye out for details on our 60th Anniversary Ball,the date has changed to 19th OCTOBER, 




Our GAA4MAS starts back this Sunday from 8-9pm on club Astro, if your interested in taking part please contact Ide on 086-3806454.









The Club Hall is available for hire for parties, 

  

If you wish to book either the hall or the Hill for communion/confirmations 

Andrew Dowling on 087-1263439 or Eoin a call on‭ 085-1481386‬. Or just ring the club on 01-8313530.

Pitch Alerts The new pitch in St Annes Pitch 5 the astro beside the tennis courts in St Annes is an All Weather pitch and therefore not included in the pitch alerts on a Friday morning. If looking to hire this pitch contact Paddy Moore of Raheny Sports Alliance on 086-7966794.


OGRA 

Please check our Twitter and Facebook page on Wednesday re venue for Evening Hurling/Camogie Ogra.  


We would ask that parents arrive to Saturday Ogra at 9.45 to allow for registration so the children can start training at 10am sharp.  Thanks to Aideen Kellett for looking after the fruit, we are still looking for volunteers to do this. Please contact Alison on 086-2909022 if willing to help.




*Raheny All Stars* is back on Friday 5-6pm on club Astro. 

Torthai an Chranchuir 

Torthai an Chranchuir (Lotto Results) Monday 7/5/18.
Jackpot €3,400

Uimhreacha (Numbers): 6,9,12,23

JACKPOT NOT WON

Pota Or (Jackpot) MONDAY 14/5/18 €3,500
Go n-eiri libh go leir - Good luck all!

The three €25 Lucky Dip Winners this week are:

1) Brian Fogarty
2) Alan Donnelly
3) Deirdre Kelly


Well done folks.

Unclaimed €25 prizes from previous draws can be collected from the club lounge.

Please call in to the club lounge to collect your prize if you havent done so yet.

Entrants for "3 Number" May Draw

1) Ivan Griffin
2) Ray Holohan
3) Noel & Veronica
4) Freda Magee

The club would like to thank all players (online, direct debit and cash sales) for your continued support, it is greatly appreciated.


Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.
http://www.raheny.gaa.ie

*If you get three numbers in Raheny GAA's weekly lotto (also known as 'hitting the crossbar' ) you will be entered into the €200 Monthly Draw. The draw will take place on the last Monday of each month in the club lounge.





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  

Club Notes 9th May 2018

posted May 10, 2018, 1:35 AM by Ger McGloin   [ updated May 10, 2018, 1:43 AM ]




Cul Camps registration is now open our Camp will be on 16th - 20th July at 9am. Register on line at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie


Feile 2018 - Football 

On Saturday we hosted the U-14 (Div.9)Football Feile at the club (Teams included Raheny(B),Ballyboden,Clontarf and St Vincents). 

The day started at 8 am with the assistance of our many volunteers out preparing pitches  9 &10 which looked in excellent condition for the day. The Raheny team met at  9.15 am at the club  and walked down to the pitches hoping to go one better on their good run in the Hurling Feile 2 weeks earlier. 

It was a great sight to see the four teams  led around the pitch by local Piper Noreen Gaughran in the morning sunshine.


First up for Raheny was Ballyboden and our boys got off to a flyer with early scores from Rueben Murphy, Jason Buckley and Declan Braden ensured we settled well and strong defensive led by Oisin Cummins we ran out comfortable winners 9:11 to 1-0.


The next match was against Clontarf following their win over St Vincents .This match was going to be a key match for us and how the day was going to be decided. Raheny got the first point of the match from the booth of Jason Buckley but Clontarf responded swiftly with a goal and 2 points.With both teams exchanging scores and Clontarf extending their lead to 5 points we were under pressure all around the pitch .This game changer for Raheny came with the introduction of John Mc Nally from the bench who made an immediate impact scoring 2 goals which settled our  boys. This was a competitive game of football, great displays from our defence from Cormac Lenihan (captain) in goals, Robert Moran, Sean O Grady, Johnny "Ever Running" Robinson, Shay Keogh in midfield and all the forward getting on the score sheet ensured Raheny ran out winners on a score line  of   5-8 to 2-5.


The stage was set in glorious sunshine for Raheny's final game  in the group  against St Vincent's and a win would have secured a home semi final. However St Vincent's got off to the better start with Raheny struggling to keep up with the early exchanges - a few injuries  proving to be very costly for us and at half time we trailed by 5 points. Our boys  worked tirelessly through out the second half but failed to close the gap. St Vincents finished strongly with 3 goals and winning on a final score of 8-8 to 2-6 and topping the group on points difference, they went on to win the semi final against Cuala. Temoleogue Synge were the outright winners of the division.

While we were disappointed with our final match result, we are very proud of our boy's over all performance and the manner they represented our club.The day was a tremendous success and a credit to all who made it happen- Club volunteers, Sandwich makers, Fund raising committee, Team sponsors / Scouts who supplied tents and our great supporters on the sideline.

 
 
 
 


Thank You

Hi all
The U14 boys Feile hurling and football teams would like to say thank you to all our great supporters for their help over the last couple of weekends during our Feile experience.

We had a brilliant time and the boys will have wonderful memories to look back on. Congratulations in particular go to our U14 team who reached the hurling final in Tallaght Stadium. The team hurled brilliantly over the entire weekend.

Thanks to all who helped us hosting the Feile Peil. In addition to the support we got setting up pitches on Saturday, parents of many teams and the Healthy Food Club put on a wonderful spread of food in the club. 

Also thanks to Raheny Scouts and Mr Safety for their help on Saturday.

Finally, well done to Paul Fox on playing a stormer as venue coordinator in St Anne's.

Kind regards.

U14 Team


Membership 2018
Membership is now OVERDUE, and there will be a strict NO PAY NO PLAY policy enforced from now onwards

Reminder: ALL mentors/helpers must be Garda vetted and have completed the Child Safeguarding course.  We will be running another one in the club in the next month or so, anyone who wishes to put their name down please text our Childrens Officer Alison on 086-2909022. 


Club Shop :- Will be open on the Saturday 9:20 till 12
Siopa na Club

https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/

Do you know our club shop is now online, you can order and pay online and collect behind the bar.



https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/
Club Proud
Some of our players doing the club proud this week.  

Jane Murphy lined for the U14 Dublin Footballers v Meath in the Leinster Final on Saturday. 




















Carys Daly, Ava Peake and Kate Kelly did Raheny proud in the Skillstars.





















Kate Kelly captained Dublin on Monday v Wexford in u14 Dublin Camogie. Unfortunately Wexford came away with the win.  Dublin 1-06 v 4-06 Wexford.



















Ciara Stack played with Dublin in the Camogie U16 Leinster Final.





















Well done to Adam Codd who was man of the match earlier in the week v Wexford in the Celtic League.





















And Liam Dunne who scored the 3rd goal v Louth in the Leinster Minor football Championship in Parnell Park on Monday.
Dublin 3-15 to 1-07 Louth













FIXTURES


RESULTS

Our AHL7 who had a great game v Trinty Gaels last Thursday walking away with a win Raheny 2.11 v 0.14 Trinty Gaels.


And a well matched game on early Saturday evening saw AHL2 draw v neighbors Scoil Ui Connail.

Scoil: 1-15(18)

Raheny: 2-12(18)



Senior 5 Camogie played away to Skerries and left with a win, scoring a goal in the last minute of the game.

60th Anniversary Ball - Date Change
Keep an eye out for details on our 60th Anniversary Ball,the date has changed to 19th OCTOBER, 




Our GAA4MAS starts back this Sunday from 8-9pm on club Astro, if your interested in taking part please contact Ide on 086-3806454.









The Club Hall is available for hire for parties, 

  

If you wish to book either the hall or the Hill for communion/confirmations 

Andrew Dowling on 087-1263439 or Eoin a call on‭ 085-1481386‬. Or just ring the club on 01-8313530.

Pitch Alerts The new pitch in St Annes Pitch 5 the astro beside the tennis courts in St Annes is an All Weather pitch and therefore not included in the pitch alerts on a Friday morning. If looking to hire this pitch contact Paddy Moore of Raheny Sports Alliance on 086-7966794.


OGRA 

Please check our Twitter and Facebook page on Wednesday re venue for Evening Hurling/Camogie Ogra.  


We would ask that parents arrive to Saturday Ogra at 9.45 to allow for registration so the children can start training at 10am sharp.  Thanks to Aideen Kellett for looking after the fruit, we are still looking for volunteers to do this. Please contact Alison on 086-2909022 if willing to help.




*Raheny All Stars* is back on Friday 5-6pm on club Astro. 


Manual Handling course, aged over 16, looking for a summer job, boast your CV with a useful qualification in 2 hours.  And by doing so participate in a fundraiser for our Ogra. Do the accredited Manual Handling course on Friday 11th May course price 15 euro and MR SAFETY will double the proceeds from this course to buy hurls for all the Ogra children.  Book Online Here


Torthai an Chranchuir 

The club would like to thank all players (online, direct debit and cash sales) for your continued support, it is greatly appreciated.


Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.
http://www.raheny.gaa.ie

*If you get three numbers in Raheny GAA's weekly lotto (also known as 'hitting the crossbar' ) you will be entered into the €200 Monthly Draw. The draw will take place on the last Monday of each month in the club lounge.





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  

Club Notes 1st May 2018

posted May 1, 2018, 6:56 AM by Ger McGloin




Cul Camps registration is now open our Camp will be on 16th - 20th July at 9am. Register on line at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie


Feile 2018 -  Camogie Report

2018 Camogie Feile Divisions 2 & 6 – Match Reports

 

Last Saturday morning the sun was splitting the skies, the 2004 girls team made up of 37 players (inc. five 2005 players) met at the clubhouse at 8:30am. There was plenty of excitement, photos & best wishes and we all set off from the Club at 8:45am to represent the parish in camogie.

 

Our division 2 team headed to Castleknock with our division 6 team playing in Ballyboden.

 

Division 2 Update

After a short journey along the M50 we arrived at Castleknock’s pitch just before 9:30am. The players were ready, mentors and supporters were all set and looking forward to seeing the great skills of the girls. Before the throw-in, all (8) teams participating in the division 2 feile competition, paraded around Castleknock’s pitch, lead by the piper. The crowds cheered and clapped all teams as the players walked past the supporters. The captain for the Feile competition was Shauna Dunne who led the team with pride and passion.

 

The first match, Castleknock Vs Raheny.. Castleknock were favorites as they beat us a couple of weeks ago and with home advantage they thought the two points were in the bag..  but no, the girls came out, in the true spirit that is Raheny GAA. With a couple of scores exchanged, we lost our goalkeeper Maria O’Connor to injury (arm) and our versatile corner back Aisling Brassil stepped up to the mark who played great between the sticks for the rest of the game.  A couple of the girls took knocks, and with the fantastic skills of all the players including Moya Harrison, Lili Ni Brádaigh, Carys Daly and Ava Peake the team drew the match. It was a great game of end to end camogie.

 

The second match, Raheny Vs Fingallians.. again another team that we played against previously (the last time was the Div 2 U13 Championship Final). This was going to be another cracking encounter and it certainly was. Clodagh McKeever, Sarah Brady and Emily Roberts in the full back line were sublime. The half back line of Katelyn Kelly, Cristina Tome and Kate McCullagh were rock solid and with the ‘faster than speed of light’ pace of Lucy McMullen and Shauna Dunne on display the team ran Fingallians to the wire. This match did not go our way and we were pipped by 2 points.

 

The third match, Raheny Vs St. Vincents.. this game was our final game of the day, Vinnies who won the the previous two games (against Castleknock and Fingallians) were through to the semi-finals. We knew this game would be a hard fought battle and that it was. At the end of the first half we were down by a point, it was a very close game and all girls played with so much heart, including outstanding performances from Kate Kelly, Sinead O’Hanlon, Jane Murphy, Sarah Kelly, Aisling Brassil & Maria O’Connor (who returned from injury).

 

The final whistle blew, the girls were gracious in defeat (we lost by a couple of points),  shook hands and congratulated the opposition & referee only to be cheered on by the so many supported who supported the team (including U15 girls team) the entire day.

 

(Note: St Vincent’s went on to win the Div 2 Feile Competition on Sunday.)

 

Division 6 Update

The Div 6 team set out in great hope last Saturday morning to the wilds of South Dublin to participate in the annual Feile festival of camogie. The venue was Ballyboden St. Enda’s and we were greeted with blue skies and a warm welcome from our hosts. The team were resplendent in their Raheny gear and looked the part as we set up camp on the freshly cut grass adjacent to pitch 1.

 

The first match was scheduled for 10.40am against Castleknock. This was a tough game and Raheny were on the back foot early on and conceded 2 quick goals. The team battled hard to get back into the match and scored a point through the determined work of Abi Kelly in midfield with Katelyn Moran getting the score. Castleknock fought back to get another goal and a point before half time despite the brave efforts of Aisling Griffin and Laura Nolan in the back line. The second half was a more even affair and Raheny were unlucky not to score with some great work down the left wing by Mia Dodd causing panic in the Castleknock defence on more than one occasion. The Raheny team were greatly supported by the players from the U13 squad and in the second half Caoilinn Hayden was a threat every time she got on the ball. Castleknock stole in for a goal and a point late on to leave the score line 0-01 to 4-03. This was not the start the team had hoped for but was always likely to be the most difficult game and this proved to be the case.

 

Our second match was against Ballinteer St. John’s who we had met the previous week. That game resulted in a narrow defeat for Raheny and the team were determined to come out on top this time. Ballinteer got off to a quick start and raced into a 2 goal lead before some great forward play from Terri Fuller and Aoife Doherty resulted in a goal by Katelyn Moran. Raheny continued to pile on the pressure through Nicola Cotter and Laoise Kellett but some heroic defending by Ballinteer meant the team went in a goal down at half time. The second half was mainly played in the Ballinteer half and any threat at the other end was snuffed out by the superb goalkeeping of Charley Reynolds. The pressure on the Ballinteer defence finally told and Katelyn Moran cracked in another great goal to set up a grandstand finish. Unfortunately the clock was not on our side and despite relentless pressure on the Ballinteer goal the game finished in a draw 2-00 to 2-00.

 

Results in other games meant that our final game against the hosts was a winner takes all affair. Despite this being our third game and the inevitable physical strain that had on the players, they rose to the occasion and played their best game of the day. They were fired up from the first whistle and tackled with great determination and intensity and no shortage of skill. After 5 minutes the ball was launched into the forward line and following some brave tackling from Eimear McGlinchy the ball fell to Eve O’ Grady who gave the team a great start with a goal. The pressure was intense as the Ballyboden players fought tooth and nail to get back into the game. Aoibhe Marjoram was immense and defended as if her life depended on it and Laura Kelly and Katie Kent used their fitness and strength to put up a roadblock in front of Charley’s goal. The pressure finally told and Ballyboden scored a goal and a point from a free just before half time. The Raheny team put in a valiant effort in the second half and the skilful play of Clodagh Callanan and Lauren Murphy created chances that on another day would have produced a score. However, despite the courageous effort by the players in the second half the match finished in a narrow win for Ballyboden on a score line of 1-02 to 1-00.

 

The team narrowly missed out on a place in the final but it was inspirational to see the effort that they put in over the 3 games. The Mentors would like to thank them for representing Raheny and their families so well.

 

A huge thanks to the families and friends who travelled out with the team and provided massive support and encouragement throughout the day.

A heartfelt thanks to the U13 players who joined us on the day. They integrated really well with the group and were superb team players over the 3 games.

The players would not have performed as well as they did without the cool head and steady hand of Tony O’Grady and the motivational skills of John Nolan who also doubled as Water Boy for the day. Operations Manager Gar McKeever ensured there was a plentiful supply of food and drink for the squad throughout the day and as Umpire he stood his ground when a disputed ‘point’ for Ballyboden was correctly signalled as a wide. A special mention goes to Ciara Manley who provided great support and encouragement to the team and is a great role model for the players.

 

Finally

After the great displays of the entire squad (div 2 & div 6), we all headed back to the club for refreshments. Pizza and chips were in great demand and the girls started and ended the day with big smiles.

 

We would like to thank the ambassadors that are our players, the five U13 team players, parents and supporters who made this day an enjoyable experience for the girls. Roll on the football feile on 19 / 20 May.

 

The 2004 Ladies Team Mentors - Antoinette, Kevin, Anthony, Tony, Patrick, Gareth, Ciara & John.


 Raheny A in Castleknock ready for action
 Raheny B ready for first match in Ballyboden

Feile 2018 - Football 

This weekend we are hosting the Division 9a Feile, looking for support for these lads, full match details will be on Facebook and twitter later in the week.  Best of luck to both our teams this weekend.


Membership 2018
Membership is now OVERDUE, and there will be a strict NO PAY NO PLAY policy enforced from now onwards

Reminder: ALL mentors/helpers must be Garda vetted and have completed the Child Safeguarding course.  We will be running another one in the club in the next month or so, anyone who wishes to put their name down please text our Childrens Officer Alison on 086-2909022. 


Club Shop :- Will be open on the Saturday 9:20 till 12
Siopa na Club

https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/

Do you know our club shop is now online, you can order and pay online and collect behind the bar.



https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/
FIXTURES
Our Senior Footballers are playing their 2nd match in the Senior One Football Championship next Thursday V Ballyboden St Enda in Parnell Park at 18.45pm, 16th man wanted in full force.


RESULTS

Well done to our footballers on Sunday morning in the Junior football Championship. Raheny 1-13 to St Vincents 1-10.
A great fighting performance from Raheny to overcome a tough St Vincents team.  Raheny found themselves trailing 1-1 to 0-1 early on but rallied to lead 1-6 to 1-4 at half time thanks to a great team goal scored by John Ryan.  The second half was a tense affair with points being exchanged all though, but Rahenys spirit kept them ahead to win by 3 points in the end.  Great defence by Gavin Beaddie and big performances from Cian Storey, Niall Stack and Rory Boyle.  Scorers were John Ryan 1-2, Jack Lyons 0-2, Donal Ryan 0-2, Eoin Gillen 0-2, Danny Reid 0-1, Joe O Reilly 0-1, Eoin Kirwan 0-1 and Colly Hanley 0-1.  Next Championship match for these lads is September.

Hard luck to our Senior Footballers who lost to a strong Ballyboden Side on Thursday evening in Parnell Park in the Senior Football Championship.  Final Score Raheny 1-9 to Ballyboden 4-6.

Well done to our Adult ladies footballers who had a win Raheny 3.13 v 2.08 O'Dwyers.


Our Tom O Donnell  lined out for the Dublin U16s at the weekend v Roscommon, a very tight match with a final result, Dublin 0-15 v Roscommon 2-09.



Great games out in Thomas Davis this morning for Raheny U10s. Thanks to Rory Colm, Roy, Cathal and all coaches involved.”



60th Anniversary Ball - Date Change
Keep an eye out for details on our 60th Anniversary Ball,the date has changed to 19th OCTOBER, 




Our GAA4MAS starts back this Sunday from 8-9pm on club Astro, if your interested in taking part please contact Ide on 086-3806454.









The Club Hall is available for hire for parties, 

  

If you wish to book either the hall or the Hill for communion/confirmations 

Andrew Dowling on 087-1263439 or Eoin a call on‭ 085-1481386‬. Or just ring the club on 01-8313530.

Pitch Alerts The new pitch in St Annes Pitch 5 the astro beside the tennis courts in St Annes is an All Weather pitch and therefore not included in the pitch alerts on a Friday morning. If looking to hire this pitch contact Paddy Moore of Raheny Sports Alliance on 086-7966794.


OGRA 

Please check our Twitter and Facebook page on Wednesday re venue for Evening Hurling/Camogie Ogra.  


We would ask that parents arrive to Saturday Ogra at 9.45 to allow for registration so the children can start training at 10am sharp.  Thanks to Aideen Kellett for looking after the fruit, we are still looking for volunteers to do this. Please contact Alison on 086-2909022 if willing to help.




*Raheny All Stars* is back on Friday 5-6pm on club Astro. 


Manual Handling course, aged over 16, looking for a summer job, boast your CV with a useful qualification in 2 hours.  And by doing so participarte in a fundraiser for our Ogra. Do the accredited Manual Handling course on Friday 11th May course price 15 euro and MR SAFETY will double the proceeds from this course to buy hurls for all the Ogra children.  Book Online Here


Torthai an Chranchuir 

Torthai an Chranchuir (Lotto Results) Monday 30/4/18.

Jackpot €3,300

Uimhreacha (Numbers): 1,6,11,16

JACKPOT NOT WON

Pota Or (Jackpot) MONDAY 7/5/18 €3,400

Go n-eiri libh go leir - Good luck all!

The three €25 Lucky Dip Winners this week are:

1) Paul Shatwell
2) Aine Williams
3) Barry Roche

Well done folks.

Unclaimed €25 prizes from previous draws can be collected from the club lounge.

Please call in to the club lounge to collect your prize if you havent done so yet.

Entrants for "3 Number" April Draw

1) Gene Henry
2) Gene Henry
3) Eddie McGovern
4) Gene Henry
5) Eddie McGovern
6) Noelle Murphy
7) Fionnan Ryan

April winner is Noelle Murphy. Well done Noelle!

The club would like to thank all players (online, direct debit and cash sales) for your continued support, it is greatly appreciated.


Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.
http://www.raheny.gaa.ie

*If you get three numbers in Raheny GAA's weekly lotto (also known as 'hitting the crossbar' ) you will be entered into the €200 Monthly Draw. The draw will take place on the last Monday of each month in the club lounge.





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  

Club Notes 24th April 2018

posted Apr 24, 2018, 5:50 AM by Ger McGloin   [ updated Apr 25, 2018, 3:10 PM ]




Cul Camps registration is now open our Camp will be on 16th - 20th July at 9am. Register on line at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie

Feile 2018 - Hurling

We had two teams playing feile on Saturday, Raheny A didn't make it our of their group, hard luck lads but Raheny B did and went through to the Division 7 Dublin Hurling Feile Final on Sunday, making history in the first few minutes of the game with Cillian Ryan scoring the first hurling point ever in the football Staduim.  


First Ever Hurling score in Tallaght Stadium


The lads were up against a stronger side and lost to Binn Eadair 0-2 to 2-3. Hard Luck Lads, Speedy recovery to Sean O Grady who spent the weekend in Temple Street Hospital.

 
 

History in the making

RahenyGAA played the first GAA football match in Tallaght last year. They have scored both the first football and hurling score in Tallaght Stadium Well done to all.


Feile 2018 -  Camogie
Best of luck to our U14 Camogie teams who play in the Dublin feile this weekend, Raheny A is out in Cuala GAA (Divison 2) and Raheny B  is in Ballyboden St Endas (Division 6).  

 
 



Membership 2018
Membership is now OVERDUE, and there will be a strict NO PAY NO PLAY policy enforced from now onwards

Reminder: ALL mentors/helpers must be Garda vetted and have completed the Child Safeguarding course.  We will be running another one in the club in the next month or so, anyone who wishes to put their name down please text our Childrens Officer Alison on 086-2909022. 


Club Shop :- Will be open on the Saturday 9:20 till 12
Siopa na Club

https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/

Do you know our club shop is now online, you can order and pay online and collect behind the bar.



https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/
FIXTURES
Our Senior Footballers are playing their 2nd match in the Senior One Football Championship next Thursday V Ballyboden St Enda in Parnell Park at 18.45pm, 16th man wanted in full force.


RESULTS


Hard luck to our Adult Ladies Footballers who lost to Barrog in their cup game.  Next game for these ladies on Wed v O Dwyers at 7.30 pitch 10, please support well.


Hard luck to our Senior Hurlers who lost out to OTooles  on Thursday lastin the Senior Hurling Championship.  OTooles dominated the first half but Raheny fought hard in the second, Final score O'Tooles  2-18 v 0-17 Raheny, top scorer for Raheny was Former Dublin minor Eoghan Smyth. 




Well done to our U14a Camogie who had a win over Ballinteer St John

Hard luck to our U14b who lost by a point to Ballinteer St John.


U8 Girls Camogie Blitz vs Binn Eadair and Na Fianna

Some photos from one of the nicest venues to play a game in. Well done girls and supporters.



 
 

U9 Girls Camogie Blitz vs Naomh Barrog Naomh Maurs and Round Towers Lusk
Some of the girls who were in action last Sunday morning..on real grass



60th Anniversary Ball - Date Change
Keep an eye out for details on our 60th Anniversary Ball,the date has changed to 19th OCTOBER, 


Raheny GAA Golf Society
The good weather has inspired us to get going with the first Friday evening golf outing of the year. We will probably only have 3 outings this year so hopefully we can get good numbers and get everyone back to the GAA club afterwards to support our club bar.

The outings are purely a social occasion and are for all standard of golfer. It doesn't matter if you haven't played for years,come out and get to meet more people in your GAA club.

The first outing is next Friday 27th April and we have have tee booked from 5pm to 6pm in St Annes Golf Club.  The event is only 12 holes so it should suit everybody. 

The total cost is 30 euro which is excellent value as it  covers the golf, prizes and some pizza afterwards back in the bar in Raheny GAA club.  (Note if you are a member of St Anne's GC you don't have to pay for the golf part and the charge is only 10 euro to take part).

If you wish to play (or just to be added to the golf email list), please email me (baldwin.stuart@gmail.com) with the following details:

A) Your name
B) Your mobile phone number
C) Your golf handicap ( no problem if you don't have an official one)

Thanks

Stuart & Fionnan


Our GAA4MAS starts back this Sunday from 8-9pm on club Astro, if your interested in taking part please contact Ide on 086-3806454.









The Club Hall is available for hire for parties, 

  

If you wish to book either the hall or the Hill for communion/confirmations 

Andrew Dowling on 087-1263439 or Eoin a call on‭ 085-1481386‬. Or just ring the club on 01-8313530.

Pitch Alerts The new pitch in St Annes Pitch 5 the astro beside the tennis courts in St Annes is an All Weather pitch and therefore not included in the pitch alerts on a Friday morning. If looking to hire this pitch contact Paddy Moore of Raheny Sports Alliance on 086-7966794.


OGRA 

Please check our Twitter and Facebook page on Wednesday re venue for Evening Hurling/Camogie Ogra.  


We would ask that parents arrive to Saturday Ogra at 9.45 to allow for registration so the children can start training at 10am sharp.  Thanks to Aideen Kellett for looking after the fruit, we are still looking for volunteers to do this. Please contact Alison on 086-2909022 if willing to help.


https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/


*Raheny All Stars* is back on Friday 5-6pm on club Astro. More fab pictures of this team in the Northside People this week, on their visit to the Aras.

Torthai an Chranchuir 

Torthai an Chranchuir (Lotto Results) Monday 23/4/18.

Jackpot €3,200

Uimhreacha (Numbers): 3,4,14,15

JACKPOT NOT WON

Pota Or (Jackpot) MONDAY 30/4/18 €3,300

Go n-eiri libh go leir - Good luck all!


The three €25 Lucky Dip Winners this week are:

1) Tom Reynolds
2) Aine Williams
3) Ray Holohan

Well done folks.

Unclaimed €25 prizes from previous draws can be collected from the club lounge.

Please call in to the club lounge to collect your prize if you havent done so yet.

Entrants for "3 Number" April Draw

1) Gene Henry
2) Gene Henry
3) Eddie McGovern
4) Gene Henry
5) Eddie McGovern

The club would like to thank all players (online, direct debit and cash sales) for your continued support, it is greatly appreciated.


Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.
http://www.raheny.gaa.ie

*If you get three numbers in Raheny GAA's weekly lotto (also known as 'hitting the crossbar' ) you will be entered into the €200 Monthly Draw. The draw will take place on the last Monday of each month in the club lounge.





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  

Club Notes 17th April 2018

posted Apr 18, 2018, 12:00 PM by Ger McGloin




Cul Camps registration is now open our Camp will be on 16th - 20th July at 9am. Register on line at www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie

Feile 2018
The U14 girls football  Feile was cancelled this weekend but re scheduled for the weekend 19/20 May.  The girls Camogie Feile is on the weekend 28/29th April.


Membership 2018
Membership is now OVERDUE, and there will be a strict NO PAY NO PLAY policy enforced from now onwards

Table Quiz
One of our local schools Manor House are holding a Table Quiz in the club on Thursday 19th April 8pm.  10 Euro per person  max 6 people per table.  Is your daughter attending Manor House or will she be ? Please support and help raise much needed funds for your Daughters school.


Club Shop :- Will be open on the Saturday 9:20 till 12
Siopa na Club

https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/

Do you know our club shop is now online, you can order and pay online and collect behind the bar.



https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/
FIXTURES



RESULTS

Well done to our Senior Camogie 5 who had a good win at home over St Judes last Thursday. 

Our Minor  ladies Footballers played St Pats of Donabate  on Saturday and came away with an impressive win.

Adult Ladies Footballers got their season in Division 3 off to a winning start with a 3.14 to 0.08 win over near neighbours Scoil. Most impressive was the girls came from 2 points behind at half time and kept Scoil scoreless for the second half.

Our U14B footballers had a great win in Dolphin Park v Temple SS and these boys have their Hurling feile next weekend with Raheny A in division 2 Group b in Thomastown and Raheny B in Divison 7 group B in  O'Tooles GAA.
Best of luck to the lads. Updates of the matches will be posted on facebook and twitter. Full details on www.dublingaa.ie/competitions.


2018 Dublin Senior Football Championship Group 1  
A skillful and well choreographed tactical performance from a young Raheny side against experienced St Oliver Plunkett’s/ER saw the new generation of Raheny players take their first serious scalp in senior football championship. Match report on www.hill16.ie

Raheny – Ryan Bradshaw, Chris McElliney, Seán Byrne, Rutherson Real, David Shatwell, Seán McMahon, Darren Byrne, Brian Fenton, Conor Talty, Michael Grenham, Gavin Ivory, Brian Howard, Simon Deignan, Eoghan Keogh, Aran Kelly Subs Seán McCarthy (51), Seán Grenham (59), David Carroll, Darragh Keogh, Ciaran Heapes, James Keane, Robert Diffley, Evan Cumiskey, Brian Talty, (Injured : Patrick Reid, Glenn McNamara, Liam O’Shea)

Scorers – Kelly 1-0, Ivory 1-0 (1 peno), McCarthy 1-0, Grenham 0-3 (1 free), Fenton 0-2, Deignan 0-1, Howard 0-1, Keogh 0-1

Man of the Match : Rutherson Real.  


Next up for these lads, 26th April v Ballyboden St Endas in Parnell Park 6.45pm.


Full Match Report


Our AFL4 played in Round Towers on  monastery road on Sunday and came away with a win. This was their first match is the Junior Championship.  Raheny 0-12 v 0-10 Round Towers.


Well done to our Ciara Stack who lined our for Dublin U16 in the Leinster Championship Semi Final, Dublin won 1-11 to Offallys 0-5, they meet Kilkenny in the Leinster Final.

Leinster Senior colleges hurling Medal Presentation :- Mossy Keogh, Jack Fagan, Sean Farrelly, Liam Dunne

60th Anniversary Ball - Date Change
Keep an eye out for details on our 60th Anniversary Ball,the date has changed to 19th OCTOBER, 






Brian Fenton is organising a charity cycle for St. Francis Hospice and The Temple Street Foundation on Sunday 22nd April, 2018.

The start time is 9.00am at Howth Summit car park to the summit of the Sugarloaf and back again to Howth (100km).

The online link to donate is here with further information:

https://www.idonate.ie/fundraiser/11368403_summit-to-summit-charity-cycle.html



Our GAA4MAS starts back this Sunday from 8-9pm on club Astro, if your interested in taking part please contact Ide on 086-3806454.









The Club Hall is available for hire for parties, 

  

If you wish to book either the hall or the Hill for communion/confirmations 

Andrew Dowling on 087-1263439 or Eoin a call on‭ 085-1481386‬. Or just ring the club on 01-8313530.

Pitch Alerts The new pitch in St Annes Pitch 5 the astro beside the tennis courts in St Annes is an All Weather pitch and therefore not included in the pitch alerts on a Friday morning. If looking to hire this pitch contact Paddy Moore of Raheny Sports Alliance on 086-7966794.


OGRA 

We had a massive 120 children at our Orga on Saturday morning, as it takes time to register we are asking that everyone turns up at 9.45am sharp.  Our Wednesday Ogra will be on pitch 12a if pitches are ON, It pitches are called OFF, it will be on Pitch 5 (St Annes Astro).  Check either Twitter or facebook on Wednesday. 

We are looking for help with chopping fruit for the Ogra on Saturday morning. Please contact Alison on 086-2909022 if willing to help.

https://clubshop.rahenygaa.ie/


*Raheny All Stars* is back on Friday 5-6pm on club Astro. More fab pictures of this team in the Northside People this week, on their visit to the Aras.

Torthai an Chranchuir 

Torthai an Chranchuir (Lotto Results) Monday 16/4/18.

Jackpot €3,100

Uimhreacha (Numbers): 5,6,12,14 (yes, that's correct the same numbers as last week!)

JACKPOT NOT WON

Pota Or (Jackpot) MONDAY 23/4/18 €3,200

Go n-eiri libh go leir - Good luck all!

The three €25 Lucky Dip Winners this week are:

1) John & Catherine O'Rourke
2) Paul Byrne
3) Sorcha Ní Fháith

Well done folks.

Unclaimed €25 prizes from previous draws can be collected from the club lounge.

Please call in to the club lounge to collect your prize if you havent done so yet.

Entrants for "3 Number" April Draw

1) Gene Henry
2) Gene Henry
3) Eddie McGovern
4) Gene Henry
5) Eddie McGovern

The club would like to thank all players (online, direct debit and cash sales) for your continued support, it is greatly appreciated.


Go raibh míle maith agaibh go léir.
http://www.raheny.gaa.ie

*If you get three numbers in Raheny GAA's weekly lotto (also known as 'hitting the crossbar' ) you will be entered into the €200 Monthly Draw. The draw will take place on the last Monday of each month in the club lounge.





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  

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