The new 2019/20 season starts a little earlier than expected. We wish all our boys and girls, coaches and parents, a great season ahead.
Our Senior team is back in Rathcoole Boys. Led by Alan Ritchie, this is their first year in the Leinster League. Alan has worked hard over the years, bringing this team from a young age to where they are today. We wish them all the best in the coming season.
Our 2019 street leagues was a massive success. With over 300 children participating all week, the football and fun never stopped. In marvelous sunshine, it kicked off on Monday at 6.30 and didn’t stop until Saturday at 3pm. Where we had a barbecue and our medal ceremony, it which all children received a medal. All
The Kube, sponsored by Cavan Developments, is coming to Rathcoole Boys on Saturday the 19th of October. Tickets can be bought from the club or any of our Rathcoole Boys coaches. There will be prizes on the night and it promises to be a great occasion, as our coaches battle it out against each other,
Four members of the Warriors, who play out of Rathcoole boys, brought back the bronze medal for Team Ireland. Coach Phil Rooney, athletes Daniel Byrne, Patrick Furlong and Omer Teko all went to Abu Dhabi to represent their country and did themselves and our country proud. Great job lads.
Daniel, Paddy, Omar and their coach Phil Rooney of the United Warriors, Rathcoole, at the Special Olympics, Abu Dhabi. They’ll be representing Ireland tomorrow, March 14. Best of luck from everyone at Rathcoole..
Great day for Rathcoole Boys as Minister for sport, Brendan Griffin, TD Frances Fitzgerald, and Cllr. Emer Higgins and Kenneth Egan OLY came out for tea, and to see how our new 3G pitch is coming along, which should reach completion shortly…. .
A big congratulations to Aoife Mcdermott and Melissa Caffrey from the Rathcoole Boys U11 team who have been selected to the MGL selection side. Both players are graduates from the Rathcoole Boys Academy. Coaches Dave Tansey and Mark McGovern are delighted with their selection and say they expect big things from both players.