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Club Notes 26th May 2014

posted May 29, 2014, 3:11 PM by Ger McGloin


Summer Camps dates are as follows 
Application forms will be available from next week.

There will be no Ogra this weekend coming due to Bank Holiday weekend.

Congratulations to Dublin U21 ladies football who under the captaincy of our Siobhan Woods had a great win over Tyrone over the weekend.

Our Senior Hurlers were playing at home on Saturday evening against Naomh Mearnog and clocked up yet another win. Raheny 1-14 v 2-06 naomh Mearnog.

U16 Footballers were in the Shield final on saturday but Templeogue SS came away with the win.

Juvenile girls an in-house blitz. We have a big day planned next Saturday for our juvenile girls an in-house blitz from 3-6pm in the park and we will have the 98fm thunder team with us in the park and the 98fm bus will be broadcasting from the outside the club from 12-3pm. Also we will have in the park with us for our first aid needs which hopefully will be few. And a big thanks to Four Star Pizza for helping us with the catering.
Our feeder schools have been doing really well, St Brigids Boys have secured a place in Croke Park already, St Assaims will be playing their semi-final in Fairview Park on Tuesday at 2.40 and Scoil Aine will play in their semi-final on Wed in Fairview park the very best of luck to all teams.

Well done to Holy Faith Clontarf on winning their Dublin Minor u14 Final. In a pulsating game at Na Fianna grounds, HFC came out top against a strong Scoil Catriona side. Raheny GAA was well represented on the team: Keelin Lambert, Lucy McHugh, Anna Murphy (capt), Katelyn Close, Alex Lawlor, Emily McCarthy, Liadan Mack, Hannah Broughan and Sarah Whelan. 

Manor House School Junior camogie team with a strong Raheny presence were narrowly beaten in a tough cup final against Portmarnock Community School

Under 9 Boys Football vs Skerries Harps - Sat 17th May

The U9's were missing a few boys due to First Communions but still turned out a very impressive display against Skerries across all 3 teams.
The U9 boys Orange team put in a tremendous battling display against a very strong Skerries team on a hot Saturday morning in St Annes. Fine midfield performances from Cian Lumley and Killian McGuirk and from Cormac O'Reilly in attack kept Raheny within touching distance as Skerries went in 9-6 ahead at the break. Skerries started the 2nd Half strongly and took some great scores to stretch their lead. However, determined defensive play from Brian Reddy, Jack Kirby and Kevin Kelly kept Raheny in it. As the heat started to take its toal Raheny finished the stronger and good attacking play by Harry Keegan and Jamie Lambert yielded some fine late points. In the end Skerries finished winners 21-17 but 10 skills points earned from tremendous blocking by Raheny demonstrated how hard they fought to the end.   

The U9 Green team put in their performance of the season so far with a good win over Skerries. This was an excellent team performance with the Raheny boys taking the right option time and again, always looking out for the team mate in a better position and taking their chances when they presented. Niall Cox and Michael Quinn were dominant in defence all through chipping in with some great blocks earning valuable skill points. Conor Nugent worked tirelessly in midfield setting up some great scores while John McNally, Matthew Sherlock, Aaron Miller, James Wall and Jack McCarthy worked hard for their team and took some great scores. Well done lads, keep it up.

The U9 boys White team had a tough evenly matched game against Skerries Harps.  There was very good defensive play from David Adams and Adam Flynn, to keep Raheny in the game in the first half, with Ryan Markham making a few saves off the line and providing some nice kick out balls.  Padraig Reilly and Paul Moriarity battled hard in midfield with some good passing to the forward line of Vincent Lin and Adam Loscher.  Raheny secured some great skills points with blocks from a number of players, and overall the team supported each other with some good hand passing and kick passes when attacking.  Our lads fought and battled hard to the end with Skerries winning by 1 point.

Our Seniors footballers have drawn Lucan in the next round of the championship, match details will be posted on twitter and facebook.

Evin Crehan is our Ticket officer for the club, all orders of tickets can be place through Evin either by email on or by text on 086-2410281.

Trad music on Wednesday night from 9pm all welcome.

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