The Public League began last Sunday at Martin Middle School and a full schedule of football and hurling matches are planned for the next month or so. If you still wish to participate it’s not too late, please contact our League Coordinator Mia (email@example.com) for more details.
After a pulsating All Ireland Final between Mayo and Dublin ended in draw, the teams will come together again on October 1st at 12pm to see if a winner can be determined. Please come and watch the action at the
Hibernian Pub on Glenwood Ave.
Thanks to everyone who visited and volunteered at the Feis in the Forest event last week in Wake Forest. Special thanks to Nick, Enda and Andy who manned the Raleigh GAA booth during the event.
The Raleigh GAA Gaelic Sports Festival on Saturday is as of now, still going ahead as planned from 10am
till 2 at 7417 Poole Road.
All rain is supposed to clear from the Raleigh area on Saturday morning
We will be monitoring the situation closely and will send a final update
to everyone Friday evening.
We just days away from the first-ever Raleigh GAA Gaelic Sports Festival! Cancel your plans and join us on Saturday, September 3 from 10-2 at Raleigh Rugby Grounds on Poole Road. Exhibition games in football and hurling and skills competitions for senior and youth players will stoke the competitive fires with the help of “drafted” teams under the leadership of Zach Lord and Sean Andrascik. Bring friends and family to join us. Bring your own beverages to make the craic mightier! Drive on!
Raleigh GAA wishes our NC Rose of Tralee Maigan Kennedy good luck in the Rose of Tralee International Festival. Catch Maigan live today at 3pm for viewing the Rose of Tralee International Festival on RTÉ One! They’ll be streaming LIVE with RTE Player!