News‎ > ‎Club Newsletter‎ > ‎

Club Notes August 6th 2012

posted Aug 7, 2012, 2:33 PM by Kevin Brassil   [ updated Aug 7, 2012, 2:46 PM ]


Many Congratulations on Dublin Minor Ladies Footballers on winning the All Ireland Final in a very exciting game against Tyrone. That's two All-Ireland's for Dublin winning the U21 Football Final earlier in the year. Siobhan Woods collected her first All Ireland medal yesterday. Congratulations again.
To read match report from Hill16.ie click here ...


Well done to the Dublin Senior team on Saturday having a win over Laois.


Raheny GAA  Hall - Function
The club bar is being staffed voluntarily on Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturday mornings. Many thanks to Tommy Hogan and the various Bar staff who are assisting the club finances by volunteering for 1 shift oper month on a rota basis.
Members are asked to support the club socially, every EURO spent in the club makes a contribution towards the day to day running and overhead costs.  The club hall and lounge is available for a variety of functions, all members and their families are asked to keep this in mind if considering a functions.  Further details available from Tommy Hogan at 8313530.


Mentors are reminded that O'Neills KIT are the official club kit and sportswear supplier.
The club logo is NOT to be used without prior written consent from the club secretary. Any orders for O'Neills should be placed via Niall Dunne or Brian Kavanagh.


Don't forget to register for our next Summer Camp, which it starting on Monday 13th at 9am to 1.30pm, application forms available here or in the club foyer and Lounge.

Raheny GAA Mini Leagues - 2011



Raheny GAA Mini Leagues - 2011



Raheny GAA Mini Leagues - 2011



Congratulations to Cathal Miller, Cathal has been chosen as the flag bearer for the Irish Team at the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games which begin in London on 29 August.

Cathal was formerly a rugby player with Clontarf but is now a regular mentor with Raheny under 7’s hurling and football team giving great support to his son Aaron. He will also act as fitness and conditioning consultant to the Raheny Hurling Section for the 2013 season.
 
A relatively latecomer to the sport of cycling Cathal was fast-tracked into the squad for the Beijing 2008 Olympics where he competed in both the road and track events. His performances were exceptional, claiming fifth in the 4km Individual Pursuit, seventh in the 1km Time Trial and ninth in the Road Time Trial.

Cathal’s experience will prove vital at the London 2012 Games where he will compete in four individual events at the Velodrome and Brands Hatch. Road Time Trial-C5 class, Road Race - C5 class, Track 1km Time Trial – C5 class , Track 4km Individual Pursuit, and also in the Track Team Sprint C1-5.
Please support our club man and roar him on to success in all his events.




Peile Abu resumes this Sunday on Pitch 10 at 5pm as always new players are always welcome.
Interested in finding out more about this non-contact version of Gaelic Football then click here ...



Med

Gaa4Mas on Sunday 8-9pm and on Tuesday 9-10pm, new players always welcome. Gaa4Mas is a non contact sport, they train twice a week on Sundays with Sarah Caulfield (Senior Ladies) and on Tuesday usually a guest coach comes to put the ladies through their paces. No football experience necessary, a great way to get fit and learn new skills, you ll be able to show your kids how its done...





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie