Raheny GAA (Irish: CLG Rath Éanna ), founded 1958, is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Raheny, Dublin.

Raheny GAA
CLG Ráth Éanna
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Founded:1958
County:Dublin
Nickname:The Parish / Springfield
Colours:Maroon and White
Grounds:within St Anne's Park
Coordinates:53°22′42.58″N 6°10′42.95″W / 53.3784944°N 6.1785972°W / 53.3784944; -6.1785972Coordinates: 53°22′42.58″N 6°10′42.95″W / 53.3784944°N 6.1785972°W / 53.3784944; -6.1785972
Playing kits
Standard colours

HistoryEdit

 
Raheny GAA Clubhouse

The club was established in 1958, and was at first one of two clubs in the area, though the other, St Vincent's, with grounds at The Oval in central Raheny, served a different catchment.

Raheny were the 2007 Dublin Intermediate Hurling Championship after they defeated Ballyboden St Endas by 0-16 to 0-12 at O'Toole Park.[1] Raheny last won the intermediate championship in 1970. Raheny won promotion to Dublin AFL Division 1 from Dublin AFL Division 2 in 2007 for the 2008 season.[2]

Roll of HonourEdit

Notable playersEdit

Club football playersEdit

Dublin senior men's SFC inter-county footballers
Ladies footballers

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