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Club Notes 2nd November 2014

posted Nov 4, 2014, 12:14 PM by Kevin Brassil   [ updated Nov 5, 2014, 11:40 AM ]
Well done to our U12s on their fantastic performance at the Raheny Camogie Gala blitz last week.


Well done to our U15 camogie ladies who beat Barrog 6-9 to 4-1 in the play off for league runner ups.

Hard luck to our U13 Div 5 who fought a hard battle against Faughs on Sunday morning but were unsuccessful in the shield Final. Special mention has to go to Eabha Ni Bhraidaigh who did a fantastic job.

AFL4 Raheny 0-8 v 1-13 St Judes.

Unfortunately the minor hurlers did not finish their season with a victory. A battling, winning performance in the second half was just not enough to overturn the half time deficit.  We wish them all well in their future with the club.







Congratulations to camogie U14s who won the Shield Final against Cuala on Saturday, final score Raheny 3-2 v 2-3 Cuala.














Ogra on this Saturday at 10am.




All our superb 2007 boys who all performed brilliantly away to Kilmacud Crokes. This group of boys will be ones to watch in the future.




Thank you to our vice chairman and club photographer who took some fantastic pics of our Friday Camogie/Hurling OGRA.


GAA4Mas growing in numbers, all welcome no previous experience necessary, 8-9 on Sunday evening.


Our dancers are working hard on their routines and have been partnered up.  Check out their profiles on our Facebook page 'Raheny GAA presents Strictly come dancing"
Tickets 20 euro available in the bar or from any of the dancers, this promises to be the best nights entertainment of the year.

Mentors night is fast approaching 16th December, managers unless you have submitted your mentors list there will be no drinks vouchers on the night, thank you to all those who have done so,  Text team and names to086-2909022.


Now Halloween is over we can mention the C work and just to let our members know that Rahenys Christmas tree will be lit on Saturday 15th see details below.






There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  
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