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Club Notes September 10th 2012

posted Sep 11, 2012, 3:20 PM by Kevin Brassil
Our Ogra started back with a bang on Saturday, we had over 100 children, which was fantastic but a little unexpected, but we coped, it was a bit manic to begin with as all the new children has to be registered. Many thanks to the parents who helped out with the registration and to the mums who helped chop up all the fruit for the children's snack after their coaching session. We are working in a healthy eating policy and encouraging children and parents to go down the route of snacking on fruit and water after training. This has been met with very positive comments from parents.



Senior Hurlers are having a fundraiser in the Club on Thursday
night at 9.45 (delayed so you can support senior footballers)
Table of 4 will be €40 euro. Please support well.


Quiz for Camogie Minor Team
September Friday 14th Raheny GAA club.





Challenge Match for Junior Infants - St Brigids BNS/Springdale Versus Scoil Īde NS on Friday 14th September, 5 pm, Pitch 12a St Anne's Park, (opposite Manor House Apartments).
If you would like to register your child text Dotsy (our Games promotional officer) on 087-1845864 with
  1. Name of Child,
  2. Child's Names
  3. Name of Parent or Guardian.
There will be a €2 charge for this payable on the night.



Big upcoming match fixtures


SENIOR football Championship 

  • Raheny Vs St Sylvesters
  • THURSDAY 13th in Parnell Park at 8.15pm,
  • All support very welcome.

Junior A Championship Semi Final
  • Raheny Vs Round Towers
  • 16/9 O'Toole Park at 12.




Apologies for not including the following in last weeks notes.....  Reality check for U11 hurlers on Saturday last when they suffered their first defeat of the year. They were well beaten by Thomas Davis 3-6 to 1-2.


U15 Raheny 1-10 Fingallians 1-9
Raheny mountain climbers were in action again on Tuesday evening in their mid table clash with Fingallians. Raheny were down 6 points with seven minutes to go and left themselves a huge task to reach the summit. The match began with Raheny having most of the procession but failed to take their scores, Fingallians on the other hand were clinical in their finishing and at the break it was 1-6 to 0-5 for Fingallians. The second half began with Fingallians taking two more scores leaving it 1-8 to 0-5, and for 22 minutes of the second half Raheny failed to score, until James Walsh fielding a superb ball on the Raheny 45 passed to young Glen McNamara a very promising U14 player who took off towards the Fingallians goal, Glen kept a cool head and slotted over a fine point from almost 30 metres with a 6’ 13” Fingallian midfielder bearing down on him. This sparked a Raheny revival, Brian Howard fired a free into the Fingallians square and their keeper was temporarily unsighted the ball was in the net, Raheny were only two points in arrears and piling on the pressure. Brian Howard then struck again with a point. Three minutes to go James Walsh scored a fantastic point after a superb solo run. Raheny were only one point in arrears, Darren Byrne then missed a free from 20 metres out and had the mentors tearing their hair out, on seventy minutes he had the chance to redeem himself and so he did leaving it level. In extra time James O’Kane weaved his magic a popped over a point from 30 metres, Fingallians launched a final attack and some fine disciplined defending by Darren Cooper, Cian Storey and Evan Cumiskey held Fingallians at bay.
The final whistle came much to the relief of the Raheny support.



The 2001 CFF once again fielded 3 teams this weekend. On a sunny Saturday afternoon they came up short in a great football game v Na Fianna. Despite going well behind early on the girls battled away and won the second half. Carla Fitzsimons starred with 3 points from play, Eva Nolan also got on the scoresheet and Grace Cullen and Ciara Storey were also to the fore. On Sunday morning they travelled to Ballyboden for a two team Camogie League match and came away with two victories. Kate McHugh, Jennifer Davis, Orla and Isabella starred for the blue team with Niamh McCormack scoring a great point to finish the game. Sinead Doherty, Beckie and Alex O'Connell starred for the red team while Nicole continued her great form scoring 1-5 in a great performance.



Division 10 North City: Raheny 2-11 v 4-09 Rosmini
This closely fought encounter saw the home side emerge on the wrong side of the result by the narrowest of margins. Despite well taken goals by Richie Judge and Rob O'Neill in the first half and a late, late cracker from Gareth Manley in the second half, Rosmini worked their way through the Raheny defence to chalk up 4gls,and withstand the Raheny final offensive to survive with a 1 pt. victory.




Senior A Camogie had a great win over Naomh Mearnog and lost Na Fianna.


Camogie Under 15 Championship

Div 2: Raheny 5:1 St Judes 1:1
Under 15 are now in the semi-final of the Under 15 championship beating St Judes and Finians.



Camogie Under 12 V Balinteer

Red Team Raheny 4:1 Balinteer 5:1
Blue Team Raheny 3:1 Balinteer 0:0
Great catching from Andrea Cotter. Katelyn and Caragh battled hard at mid-field. Aibhne Byrne slinched a great 45. Player of the of Day went to Katie Grehan and Claire Gardner.




AFL2 won v neighbours Naomh Barrog

AFL5 won v St.Annes.

AFL8 won v Wild Geese and AFL10 unlucky in 1pt loss to Rosmini Gaels.

Senior Bs had a good c/ship win v Cumann Baire Caiomhin 

Senior Ladies f/blrs lost a hard fought game v Kilmacud Crokes.




Minor hurlers play c/ship
v O Dwyers in St.Annes Thurs 6.45pm. Support Welcome

Hard luck to Eoghan Smyth and the Dub minor hrlrs v Tipperary on what was a truly memorable afternoon of hurling. Roll on the replay.




Ogra nursery every Sat.10.00am for children 5-7yrs of age. All are welcome.



Torthai an Chrannchur 03-09.
Uimhreacha 4-6-22-23.
Bhi buaiteoir amhain,Comhghairdeas, Pota Or 10-09 €1000.
Go n-eiri an t-adh libh go leir.  Is fearr cunamh na comhra.







There is no strength without working together



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