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Club Notes 20th February 2012

posted Feb 21, 2012, 4:45 AM by Kevin Brassil   [ updated Feb 22, 2012, 2:02 PM ]

MENTORS ARE ASKED TO EMAIL MATCH RESULTS, REPORT AND MAN OF THE MATCH TO by Monday 8pm to be included in the Club notes.

An impressive 4-1 from play for Karl Fynes in good Murphy Cup win v Starlights.

Junior C Footballers overcame a 7pt deficit to overcome Ballyfermot de la Salle by 2pts in the Duffy Cup.

AFL2 got their season off on a winning note in the AIB Cup V Trinity Gaels away in Drimnagh on Sunday morning on a score line of 1-16 to 1-09,after a slow start, Raheny kicked on with 6 points from the boot of Eoin Delaney and the goal coming from the penalty spot from Gavin Ivory in the second half. The AFL2 team start their league away to Naomh Mearnog next sunday morning at 10.30am. ALL SUPPORT VERY WELCOME.

Corn Ui Laochra win Raheny 1.17 v Naomh Fionnbarra .10.

U16 f/blrs lost to Comhairle Gael and U15s to Cuala.

U14s had a good win v Fingallians. With the bear minimum of 15 players and against the odds the U14s showed true grit and determination to dig out a win against Fingallians, thereby keeping their League campaign alive. This Saturday now see them face their biggest test when they play St Vincents.


U13s won v Erins Isle and lost to Naomh Olaf.

Under 8 football won 3 and lost 1 match on Saturday away to Scoil ui Chonaill. Very cold morning, all the boys did very well. Many thanks to all players and parents who came along. Both teams were supplemented with under 7 players so a really great effort by all.

Juvenile hurlers displaying great skills in the Gormanstown Indoor tournament with wins for our A,B and C teams. Well done to all involved.
Thats 10 out of 10 wins now, 5 for each team. Next week is the final week. Boys having great time and improving each week. ALL 16 WERE MEN OF THE MATCH.

On Sunday 19th February the Dublin U15 Camogie team lined out against Kildare with 5 Raheny girls making the team. Congratulations to Emma Kavanagh, Zoe Dalton, Rebecca Barrett, Hazel Mullen and Aisling Sutton. Dublin were victorious with scores coming from Emma (1-0) and Zoe (2-2) to help them on their way.
Well Done to our 5 Raheny Girls! 

GAELIC FOR MOTHERS IS GOING FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH, thanks again to Coach Sarah Caulfield for passing on her skills and giving up her Sunday evenings.

Dotsy O Callaghan has organised a Football and Hurling foundation course for tomorrow night 7-10pm approximately and reps from all codes and ages are urged to attend. To download the registration form click here ...

Anybody needing help with grinds can contact the following:
  • Irish  -  Kevin Welsh
  • Maths  -  Sean O Rourke
  • Spanish/Business  -  Megan Dempsey

The U11 girls Camogie machine rolls on with another great display on Sunday. We took a trip out to the seaside ... Well Naomh Mearnog really so we swapped the buckets and spades for hurls and helmets. We arrived out with loads of time so we decided to make full use of the facilities with a full hurling wall session utilising both sides of the wall. Naomh Mearnog were hit with the Spanish Flu which reduced their numbers considerably. We had to split the girls up and rotate them so that everybody got a fair run out. So it was like "Lannigans Ball" for most of the morning.... I stepped in .... I stepped out again. Those who weren't involved in the match played a camogie match between them selves on the other half of the pitch and once they were given the call up by The Director they were well warmed up and ready for action. A great display of camogie came from the Directors daughter our very own Sinead who linked up with Nicole Crowley and between the 2 of them ran the show for one half of a match. We had enough numbers out to have a full "Big Ball" training session on the other pitch to get the girls ready for their first official football outing. Lauren Robinson and Jennifer Bourke shone through with a fine display of dodging some big tackles and hand-passing skills that would put the Kildare backline to shame. Not so sure of "Tall Pauls Quiet drill" as that went out the window pretty quickly. We had 2 girls making their debuts. Mia Kirwan (after coming back from a broken arm) and Rebecca McMullan.


If in doubt about whether Ogra is on or not, Check out OGRA section on our web, its has a full calander up. Both Football and Hurling/Camogie are coached on a saturday morning. We supply all the equipment.

RAHENY GAA ANNUNAL GOLDEN OLDIES HOOLEY is on in the Club 8pm on 9th March, Past players, Mentors and Supporters are very welcome.

Torthai an Chrannchur 13-02. Uimhreacha 3-10-17-21.Ni raibh aon buaiteoir. Pota Or 20-02 E2900. Ma ta Gaeilge aghaibh-labhair i.

There is no strength without working together