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Club Notes February 11th 2013

posted Feb 11, 2013, 12:37 PM by Kevin Brassil   [ updated Feb 11, 2013, 1:06 PM ]
DUE TO THE MIDTERM THERE WILL BE NO OGRA NEXT SATURDAY AND CLUB SHOP WILL ALSO BE CLOSED.





Membership now overdue and can be paid by cash,cheque,credit card or laser at the club bar or by PayPal on the club website.





Good wins for both U9 football teams v O'Tooles.


Under 16 Camogie:
N. Eanna from Gorey Wexford visited Raheny camogie last Saturday. There was a great display of camogie on the St David’s Astro , the game was tough but our Raheny girls were well able to mix the play when required. The Gorey team then came back to the club where Ruth and all the mammies had lots of sambos and goodies ready. A great team effort by all involved. Up the parish !




U7 football and hurling teams are looking for new members contact Conor Pitts 087-2199555 or Kevin Fitzpatrick 087-2779896.






Congratulations to Dublin Senior hurlers
on their Walsh Cup final victory over Wexford and to Dublin Senior f/blrs on their terrific victory over Kerry.





GAA4Mas on 8-9 every sunday on Club Astro, new members always welcome.




Dates for your diary
  • Mothers Day Brunch 10th March in aid of Temple Street Hospital.
  • Comedy Night on 15th March.


Hall available for functions,birthdays, christenings etc. Contact 018313530 [Evenings].






Poker Classic
next Fri. at 8.30pm.Texas Hold ,Em.Shootout format and all details available on http://www.rahenygaa.ie.










We would like to wish Tommy Hogan a speedy recovery and hope to see him back with us real soon.


Trad session every Wed and all are welcome.



Ciorcal Comhra gach Ceadaoin is tigh sa Leabharlann Rath Eanaigh 6.30-8.00 in agus ta failte roimh cach.




FAQs for new Parents and Players:

The following article is aimed at parents or players new to the club to try and answers some of the questions that they may have.  Please forward this on to new members that you may know that has joined recently.  Also if you know of additional FAQs that you feel should be included please let us know. 

These FAQs can also be found on our website

http://www.raheny.gaa.ie/parents/parent-s-faqs 


Contents

  1. What are the club contact details? 
  2. Where can I find the contact details for the team mentors? 
  3. Directions to our Clubhouse? 
  4. Where can I get the GAA Information booklet for Parents/Guardians: 
  5. What are the names of the Raheny GAA pitches and where are they located?
  6. What age can my child join the club? 
  7. What are the GAA age rules?
  8. How can I keep up with news and events? 
  9. Where can I buy club gear?
  10. How much does it cost?
  11. What facilities are available in the club?
  12. How can I help out around the club?
  13. Some additional points of interest about the club

What are the club contact details? 

C.L.G Rath Éanna, 
Aras Bhreadáin Ui Laoi, 
2 All Saints Drive, Raheny, Dublin 5
 
Tel: 01-8313530 
Fax: 01-8510064 
EMail: rahenygaa@gaelic.ie


Where can I find the contact details for the team mentors? 


Directions to our Clubhouse? 

The following link will give you directions to our club click here ...


Where can I get the GAA Information booklet for Parents/Guardians: 


What are the names of the Raheny GAA pitches and where are they located?


What age can my child join the club? 

  • OGRA is open for boys and girls from 4-7.  For more information click here ... 

What are the GAA age rules?

  • Adult: Be over 16 years.
  • Under-21: Be Under 21 years and Over 16 years.
  • Minor (Under 18): Be Under 18 years and Over 14 years.
  • Under 16: Be Under 16 years and Over 12 years.
  • Under 14: Be Under 14 years and Over 10 years.
  • Under 12: Be Under 12 years and Over 9 years.
  • To be "Under" an age shall mean that the player shall celebrate the Upper Limit birthday (e.g. 21st. for Under 21 Grade) on the 1st. January of the Championship Year or on a later date.  To be "Over" an age shall mean that the player shall have celebrated the Lower Limit birthday (e.g. 16th. to participate in Senior/Under 21 Grades) prior to the 1st. January of the Championship Year.

How can I keep up with news and events? 


Where can I buy club gear?



How much does it cost?

  • Membership - To join the club you must pay an annual membership fee, which covers club affiliation and insurance. You will not be able to play matches until this is paid. For more information on club membership click here ...  
  • Team fees – goes towards the running costs of the team. It covers referee fees for matches, training equipment (agility ladders, cones, and helmets etcs), and rental of halls in wintertime and players snacks (for the younger teams). 

What facilities are available in the club?


How can I help out around the club?

  • There are many roles/tasks that need to be filled/completed on each team from mentors, team accountants, first aiders, coordinators, web administrators. There is something for everyone, just mention that you are interested in helping to the team mentor. Help and training will be available for all roles including a starter pack for new mentors. 

Some additional points of interest about the club








Torthai an Chrannchur 11 Feb 2012.

Uimhreacha 10-12-15-18. Ni raibh aon buaiteoir.
Pota Or 18-02. €1800.

Monthly Special €200 winner Greg Brough -Comhghairdeas. Is fearr Gaeilge briste na Bearla cliste i mbeal an Gael.





There is no strength without working together



www.rahenygaa.ie


  

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