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Club Notes 6th October 2014

posted Oct 8, 2014, 8:16 AM by Kevin Brassil   [ updated Oct 8, 2014, 1:00 PM ]
Big congratulations to our U15 hurlers who won the Div2 Dublin Championship final yesterday. The future is looking very bright for the club. Have to give a big thank you to Dave Geary for all his hard work with the lads over the year

 

Well done to our U13 ladies footballers who are through to the div3 final of the Dublin championships.


Our U13 camogie squad are through to the semi-finals. Thanks to Neil Curley who gave the girls a tough session on Monday to help prepare them. We will be looking  for support in both these matches. Details will be posted on facebook and twitter.

Delighted to see a certain U13 mentor found his bracelet, washing machines are notorious for hiding stuff.

 

Hard luck to our U15 ladies footballers who made it to semi-final of the championship but were beaten by ODwyers.

 


Mentors night is approaching, could teams submit a list of all mentors involved in their teams to 086-2909022 with the team name as well.


Our Ogra is on saturday morning and is averaging 110 children, its fantastic to see the amount of volunteers who help out with the coaching and not forgetting fruit chopping, our volunteers on the coffee dock and in the club shop.

 

GAA4MAs had a great second session back thanks to Richie Kenny for putting us through our paces. Enjoyed by all despite the weather.

 

Minor Hurlers beat Rialta gaels in a cracking game on Sunday morning winning by one point. 2.13 - 3.09.

 

AFL4 Raheny 1-18 v 2-10 RoundTowers, AFL4 Raheny 1-22 v 1-05 St Pats Donabate and AFL7 Raheny 0-09 v 0-14 St Oliver Plunketts.

 

Strictly come dancing tickets will be on sale this week check out twitter/facebook/website for details.


Lotto still gathering momentum but if your not in you cant win.

Visit www.raheny.gaa.ie/information/club-lotto for more info.

LOTTO -- Lotto can be done on-line, or in the club lounge or by standing order. It  couldn't be easier.









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