Raheny GAA

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Raheny GAA
CLG Ráth Éanna
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Founded: 1958
County: Dublin
Nickname: The Parish / Springfield
Colours: Maroon and White
Grounds: 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
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Raheny GAA (Irish: CLG Rath Éanna ) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Raheny, Dublin.

History[edit]

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]

Notable Players[edit]

Dublin senior men's inter-county footballers
Others

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