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Club Notes 2nd March 2015

posted Mar 5, 2015, 12:10 PM by Kevin Brassil   [ updated Mar 5, 2015, 12:11 PM ]
Membership is on due please pay promptly.

Fees can be paid in cash, cheque, debit/credit card or via papal using the club website.

Click here to download membership form for 2015.

This Saturday night we have the first of many nights planned by our new social committee...Open Mic night, kicks off at 9pm if interested in taking part contact James on 085-1177610.

Cheltenham Competition 2015. Please send mail to or fill in entry forms behind bar. End of festival celebrations in club on Friday 13 March.

Next night for our social committee is 13/3
where we have a legend coming to the club Mick ODwyer. There will be a question and answer session. Admission is 10 per person with a drink included...what a great way to kick off your Paddys weekend.

Congratulations to all our boys and girls who competed in the Gormanstown Tournaments over the last few weeks, all the players received their medals on Saturday morning and thank you to Donna, Janice and Linda who stayed on to supply the parents with coffee and tea.
Well done to our minors who had a good win over Na Fianna on Sunday morning.

Hard luck to our Dublin Senior footballers who were defeated by Kerry on Sunday, but it was great to see a Raheny man on the pitch, well done Brian Fenton.

U14 hurlers had a great start to their league.
They enjoyed a comprehensive win over St. Brigids. St Brigids were short some key players but managed to win the first half. Raheny well won the second half using the wind to great advantage. Great to see Tadgh and Cormac make their hurling debuts. Well done all.

Comhghairdeas le foireann na bhfear Ráth Eanaigh, agus foireann na mban Cairbre, buaiteoirí Comórtas 7's Seachtain na Gaeilge 2015! Congratulations to the Raheny men's team and Carbury Ladies who won the Seachtain na Gaeilge 7's competition in Castleknock GAA on Saturday and well done to the Raheny Ladies also A fantastic display of skill & determination shown by all! Míle buíochas to Castleknock GAA and all who took part.

Mothers Day Brunch is on 15/3 from 12-3 this is a fun occasion and our charity this year is CF Hopesource, who are a unique charity is that they have no waged staff, or admin or expenses, every cent raised goes to making a difference to Cystic Fibrosis sufferers in both Temple St and Beaumont Hospitals so why not treat your mum and support a great cause.

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