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         Gaelic Football:     more books (100)
  1. Gaelic Games, Nationalism and the Irish Diaspora in the United States by Paul Darby, 2010-03-05
  2. The Ultimate Guide to Gaelic Football by Gavin Mortimer, 2008
  3. In Praise of Football by Gabriel Fitzmaurice, 2009-09-02
  4. The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Gaelic Football and Hurling by Martin Breheny, Donal Keenan, 2001-12
  5. Rucks, Mauls and Gaelic Football by Moss Keane, 2006-05-16
  6. Gaelic Football's Top 20 (Mainstream Sport) by Colm Keane, 2004-08-01
  7. Gaelic Football Seasons: Derry Football Seasons, Derry Football Season 2008, Derry Football Season 2009, Derry Football Season 2007
  8. GAA Quiz Book 2: Another 2,000 Gaelic Football and Hurling Questions (Bk. 2) by Christy O'Connor, 2008-10-06
  9. All About Gaelic Football (v. 1) by Gerry Grogan & Tim Fitzpatrick, 2005-02-19
  10. A History of Gaelic Football by Jack Mahon, 2001-08
  11. Giants of Gaelic Football: All-Time Greats -- Illustrated with Photographs by Og o Ceallachain; Sean, 2008
  12. History of Gaelic Football by Eoghan Corry, 2009-10
  13. Paidi: The Life of Gaelic Football Legend Paidi O'Se by Sean Potts, 2001-11
  14. GAA Quiz Book: Over 2,000 Gaelic Football And Hurling Questions by Christy O'Connor, 2007-10-01

1. Irish Australians Gaelic Football Club
Men's and women's teams from Sydney and Adelaide, with photos, history, and a newsletter.Category Sports Gaelic Organizations Australia......C`ARNN THE BLUES !!



2. Hurling And Gaelic Football
s of both games, including a list of past champions.......
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The Summer Alternative from Ireland:
Gaelic Games: Hurling and Gaelic Football
gaelic football hurling links Have you ever wondered how football (soccer) would look like without offside?
Then try to watch the spectacular Gaelic games Hurling and Gaelic Football which set their highlights just when football (soccer) takes its time out: in the European summer. Although the two sports are also played in clubs, the highlight is the yearly All Ireland Championships for the 33 county selections.
Ireland is divided in 4 provinces Connacht, Leinster, Munster, and Ulster (which is Northern Ireland). Those are divided again into an unequal number of counties (Connacht 6, Leinster 12 (incl. Dublin), Munster 6, Ulster 9).
First the provinces determine their champions, then those play off the All Ireland Championship.
Those county rivalries are also a journey into the past for football fans, as passion more than money characterizes the games. Both sports are said to be very old, the championships in today's form more than 100 years.

3. Clan Na Gael San Diego Gaelic Football Club
Results, news, and a profile of the game.
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4. Gaelic Football Worldwide Is A Directory With Links To Over 500 GAA Sites On The
Worldwide links to gaelic football clubs, GAAs, and news agencies, from Dublin to Darwin.Category Sports Gaelic Football......A directory with links to over 500 GAA sites on the Internet

5. The Ladies Gaelic Football Association Of Ireland - Home Page
Welcome to the official web site of the ladies gaelic football association in Ireland
HOME NEWS PLAYER INFO GENERAL INFO ... BULLETIN BOARD The Ladies Gaelic Football Association of Ireland:
Cusack Stand, Croke Park, Dublin 3.
01 8363156(W), 01 8363111(fax), 087 2585958(M), email:

6. Sports : Football
Introduction to the game, rules, and fixtures.Category Sports Gaelic Football......gaelic football can be described as a mixture of soccer and rugby,although it predates both of those games. It is a field game
Gaelic Football can be described as a mixture of soccer and rugby, although it predates both of those games. It is a field game which has developed as a distinct game similar to the progression of Australian Rules. Indeed it is thought that Australian Rules evolved from Gaelic Football through the many thousands who were either deported or emigrated to Australia from the middle of the twentieth century. Gaelic Football is played on a pitch approximately 137m long and 82m wide. The goalposts are the same shape as on a rugby pitch, with the crossbar lower than a rugby one and slightly higher than a soccer one. The ball used in Gaelic Football is round, slightly smaller than a soccer ball. It can be carried in the hand for a distance of four steps and can be kicked or "hand-passed", a striking motion with the hand or fist. After every four steps the ball must be either bounced or "solo-ed", an action of dropping the ball onto the foot and kicking it back into the hand. You may not bounce the ball twice in a row. To score, you put the ball over the crossbar by foot or hand / fist for one point or under the crossbar and into the net by foot or the hand / fist in certain circumstances for a goal, the latter being the equivalent of three points. Each team consists of fifteen players, lining out as follows: One goalkeeper, three full-backs, three half-backs, two midfielders, three half-forwards and three full-forwards. The actual line out on the playing field is as follows:

7. Na Fianna San Diego Ladies Gaelic Football Club Homepage
Fixtures, results, events, newsletter, and pictures of the San Diego, CA based club.

8. Shamrocks Gaelic Football Club
News, history, fixtures, scores, events, and player profiles.
Gaelic Football Club
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
E-mail Shamrocks
Fitness testing – with bowls? 20 March 2003 - Glen Carpenter, who coached Queensland to its first-ever Australasian ladies championship last year, is planning a unique fitness testing programme for the Shamrocks club on Saturday – on the bowling green. Full story Queensland crowns new champion 18 March 2003 - The Queensland Gaelic Football Association has crowned a new champion in the elite 1500m event at the Annual Sports Day that heralds each new season, and it went to the Shamrocks club. Full story Ladies Championship – RIP 16 March 2003 - The Queensland Ladies Championship has been killed off and replaced by a four team finals format, following a special general meeting last weekend. Full story Training now Tuesdays 20 February 2003 - State of Origin fans are diving for TV remote controls as Shamrocks have changed training from the traditional Wednesdays to the new night of Tuesdays for 2003. Full story Register on-line for 2003 Shamrocks are still looking for new players - mens and ladies - aged 15-50 for 2003.

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Ladies gaelic football Comhairle Ard Oideachais
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10. Setanta San Diego GFC
Fixtures, results, and pictures.

11. Welcome!
Based in north London. Details on the ladies, men's and minor teams, as well as a history, results, news, and pictures.
Welcome to the Tara GFC website. The information in this website is aimed at current, former and future players alike as well as those interested in the game in general. The club has been running since the 1930's and its teams are currently based in north west London.
If you have any comments or would like to get in touch with the club the contact page contains all the details of how to do so. Please leave a message in the guestbook, on our new message boards or email us if you would like to play with any of our teams as we always welcome new players!
We hope you enjoy the site and we are happy to exchange links with any other club in London or worldwide.
Update!!!! News of a winning weekend for all Tara teams is available on the results page. Congratulations to all those involved and keep the good efforts up for the rest of the season!

12. SF Ulster Gaelic Football
Schedule, results, pictures, and roster.

13. Garryowen GFC - London
History, honours, player profiles, and pictures of the London club.Category Sports Gaelic Organizations England......Garryowen gaelic football Club in London UK

14. Garryowen Gaelic Football And Hurling Club
History, news, and pictures of the teams.

15. Phoenix Gaels
Based in Arizona. News, match reports, and pictures.Category Sports Gaelic Organizations United States......Hello and welcome to one of the newer gaelic football Clubs in NorthAmerica. The Phoenix Gaels GAA Club was founded in May 2000.
Hello and welcome to one of the newer Gaelic Football Clubs in North America. The Phoenix Gaels GAA Club was founded in May 2000. The club was formed with the intention of providing a platform to people of all cultures to play the great and ancient Irish game of Gaelic Football, on a competitive, but fun, stage. We are always looking for new players and social members. All are welcome, regardless of nationality and/or skill level (or lack thereof!). If you are interested in taking part in this facet of Irish culture, please contact any of the Committee members listed in our Contacts section. Remember, ALL are welcome.

16. Gaelic Football And Hurling Association Of SA
News, fixtures, results, events, club profiles, and pictures.Category Sports Gaelic Organizations Australia......Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing. Welcome to the Official Websitefor the gaelic football Hurling Association of South Australia.
Gaelic Football and Hurling Association of SA
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17. VL Of Sport - Gaelic Football
The Virtual Library for Sport contains links for all the sports you can think of! gaelic football. The game originated in Ireland and became popular in the 16th century.
Gaelic Football The game originated in Ireland and became popular in the 16th century. Originally, all the able-bodied men of a town or parish participated with 25 to 100 players per side The game would start midway between two towns or parishes and ended when the ball crossed the boundary line of one side.
The modern rules were produced in 1884 by the Gaelic Athletic Association. Throwing or carrying the ball is not allowed, and the 15 players in each side kick, punt, punch or dribble the ball by bouncing it continuously while moving. The goals consist of two vertical posts and a horizontal crossbar, below which is a net. Points are scored by kicking or punching the ball over the crossbar or into the net
The sport is still controlled by the Gaelic Athletic Association . There is a strong Ladies Gaelic Football Association controlling the game in Ireland at all levels.
A European arm is growing, controlling competition between European clubs.The sport is played in many countries now. -see South Australia New South Wales Auckland GAA or North America
World Cup Both male and female teams from Australasia, London, Europe, North America, Canada and the Rest of Britain participated in 2000 at Pormarnock

18. St. Vincents Toronto Gaelic Football Club
History, fixtures, pictures, and articles.Category Sports Gaelic Organizations Canada......enter.gif (2988 bytes).

19. Washington DC Gaels GFC Website!
Events, pictures, profile, history, and newsletter.

20. GAELIC FOOTBALL Information On SPORTQuest
Directory of links to clubs and rules.Category Sports Gaelic Football......One stop resource for all the information on gaelic football,with links to events, rules, news, clubs and more.
Gaelic Football Clubs and Teams Rules and Regulations
116 Albert Street, Suite 400
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5G3
Tel: 613-231-SIRC Fax: 613-231-3739

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