Division 8 : Ranelagh Gaels

By: Ranelagh Gaels  05/12/2011

Division 8 : Ranelagh Gaels

Category: Division 8

Ranelagh Gaels 1-12 St Josephs 0-4 Ranelagh Gaels ended their 2011 Division 8 League campaign with a comfortable win at Bushy Park on Sunday morning. A league programme that began in February was wrapped up in early November with the Gaels lying 4th in the table.

Ranelagh Gaels 1-11 Wild Geese 1-9 Recently married Eamon Courtney returned from his honeymoon to hit a match-winning 1-4 for Ranelagh Gaels on Tuesday night. The home team were struggling against Wild Geese in the second half when Courtney, who married the lovely Sharon just a few short weeks ago, slotted home a vital goal. [..]

Ranelagh Gaels 1-2 Parnells 0-6 Ranelagh Gaels suffered a disappointing AFL Division 8 loss to Parnells on Friday night at St David’s. Despite playing for much of the game against 13 men the Gaels were unable to get anything out of the trip to Artane. Manager Liam O’Hagan will be hoping his side can bounce [..]

Ranelagh Gaels 0-11 Lucan Sarsfields 0-12 Ranelagh Gaels came up just short against Lucan Sarsfields in an AFL Division 8 game at Bushy Park on Tuesday night. The Gaels got off to a good start and raced into an early four-point lead, but Lucan played their way into the game. They were excellent in the [..]

Ranelagh Gaels were not at their best but managed to come away from Silver Park with a point in Sunday’s AFL Division 8 clash against Kilmacud Crokes. They made the better start, looking dangerous in attack with Johnny Conlon and Eamon Courtney registering early scores. The Gaels dominated possession but didn’t turn it into a [..]

Ranelagh Gaels 2-6 Park Rangers 0-10 Ranelagh Gaels showed real grit and determination to hang on to a two-point lead in a tense finish against Park Rangers at Bushy Park on Tuesday night. The visitors were pushing hard near the end of this tough AFL Division 8 clash, but Ranelagh held on to take both [..]

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