Calling all our hurlers – our first tournament will be down in Charleston at the Holy City Cup on 4/22. Over the years we’ve competed (and partied) well at this tournament – winning run. In continuing that tradition we want to send the strongest team possible. If you’re interested in playing get in contact with the club through Facebook or the contact form here. But the best way to tell us you want in is to tell us at training at Martin Middle School in Raleigh on Sunday between 10:00 and 12:00
The forecast is predicting 70’s on Sunday 12th February for our next scrimmage @martin middle school 10:00 am. It’s going to be a great day for it. If you know anyone thinking about checking out GAA, bring them along.
See you all there.
Raleigh GAA is delighted to be hosting the Irish Consul General Shane Stephens on Tuesday 7th of February at the Hibernian on Glenwood at 6PM. Mr Stephens will be giving a short talk about what his office does and how they support Irish people, clubs and businesses. His is also looking hear from the local Irish community.
If you’re available why not come by to listen to Mr. Stephens and enjoy some food and drinks.
Hope to see you all then.
We’ll be down at Martin Middle School this Sunday from 10:00 – 12:00
I look forward to seeing you all there.
PS. Whoever has the hurleys, sliothars and footballs, please bring them.
They probably will come in handy….
A peaceful transfer of power occurred over chips, salsa, and beverages at Dos Taquitos at last Saturday’s AGM. Congratulations to the new slate of club officers listed below! Kudos to the 2016 officers for their service to the club, including an extra special salute to retiring Chairman Enda Wiseman for his leadership.
||PRO (Public Relations Officer)
||South East board delegate * 2
||Hurling Coordinator / Manager
||Football Coordinator / Manager
||Ladies Coordinator / Manager
||TISYA Chairman (Youth Co-ordinator)
||Fields Committee officer
||Social Events Coordinator
||Pub(lic) League Coordinator