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  1. Gaelic Athletic Association Clubs in County Offaly: Gaelic Football Clubs in County Offaly, Hurling Clubs in County Offaly, St. Rynagh's Gaa
  2. Gaelic Football Clubs in Britain: Gaelic Football Clubs in Scotland, Oisin Clg Manchester, Tir Chonaill Gaels, Tír Conaill Harps
  3. Gaelic Football Clubs in County Dublin: Erin Go Bragh Gaa, Naomh Mearnóg Clg, Thomas Davis Gaa, Saint Brigids Gaa, St Vincents Gaa
  4. International Rules Football: Hybrid Sport, Football, International, Australian Rules Football, Gaelic Football, Australian Football World Tour, Meath ... Championship, International Rules Series
  5. The Penguin Ireland Guide to Championship 2005 2005: The All-Ireland Hurling and Gaelic Football Championships by Damian Cullen, 2005-04-07
  6. Gaelic Football Clubs in County Wexford: Horeswood Gaa, Rathnure Gaa, Faythe Harriers Gaa
  7. Gaelic Football People Introduction: Conleith Gilligan, Michael Mciver, Brian Mcgilligan, Ciarán Mullan, Mickey Harte, Francis Mceldowney
  8. British Gaa: British University Gaelic Football Championship, British University Hurling Championship, London Gaa, Emerald Gaa Grounds
  9. Gaelic Football Awards: Gaa All Stars Awards Winners, Texaco Footballer of the Year, Gpa Gaelic Team of the Year
  10. Gaelic Football Clubs in County Kildare: Ballykelly Gaa, Nurney Gaa, Ardclough Gaa, Moorefield Gaa, Clane Gaa, Athy Gaa, Maynooth Gaa
  11. Gaelic Athletic Association Clubs in County Monaghan: Gaelic Football Clubs in County Monaghan, Hurling Clubs in County Monaghan
  12. Gaelic Football Clubs in County Roscommon: St. Brigids Gaa, Clan Na Gael Gaa, St. Dominics Gaa
  13. Gaelic Football Clubs in County Waterford: Clashmore-Kinsalebeg Gaa, Waterford It Gaa, Rinn Ó Gcuanach Clg, de La Salle Gaa, Gaultier Gaa
  14. Gaelic Football Clubs in County Cork: Éire Óg Gaa, Na Piarsaigh Gaa, Clann Na Ngael Gaa, Ilen Rovers, Clonakilty Gaa, Valley Rovers Gaa

41. Brothers Pearse Gaelic Athletics Club
Huddersfield's gaelic football club, embedded in the pysche of local Irish people. A history, with information on fixtures and players, a photo gallery and events calendar.

42. QUB LGFC Main Page
News, history, rules, and pictures of the Belfast club.Category Sports Gaelic College and University......Welcome to QUB Ladies gaelic football Club Links.
Welcome to QUB Ladies Gaelic Football Club Links

43. Paris Gaels G.A.A
gaelic football and hurling teams. History, pictures, tournaments, and archives.

44. Saint Brendans Gaelic Football Club Inc
Based in Adelaide. News, brief history, and results.Category Sports Gaelic Organizations Australia......Saint Brendans gaelic football Club Inc, Adelaide, Australia

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45. Denver Gaels GAA Club - Kingpins Of Gaelic Football In The Rockies
Profile, pictures, video files, newsletter, and rules for the gaelic football club.
Home About Gallery Calendar ... Contact Us
You are very welcome to the Denver Gaels Web Site. We are a Gaelic Football club - the only one in the Rocky Mountain Division - and are affiliated with the North American County Board Denver Gaels World Series of Irish Pub Quizzes! The Gaels are running a series of Pub quizzes in the Irish bars around town starting on February 11th, 8pm at Fado Irish bar and continuing every second Tuesday in a total of seven different bars. The second quiz will take place in The Squealing Pig on February 25th. Entry is $5/person or $20/team. Questions will be standard fare with a hint of an Irish flavor. Win prizes each night and return to each quiz to accumulate points for the Grand Prize. This will be presented to the best team over the course of the series on the Final Quiz night. So put on your thinking caps and take part in the World Series of Irish Pub Quizzes. Support the Denver Gaels as they plan ahead for the 2004 North American Finals in Denver. Check out our calendar for information on where each quiz is taking place. Or email

46. St. Michael's Gaelic Football Club Of Toronto
History, fixtures and results, roster, events, and pictures.Category Sports Gaelic Organizations Canada......Michaels gaelic football Club of Toronto and current club events. If you would like information on playing gaelic football for St.
I f you would like information on playing Gaelic Football for St. Mikes please contact our club secretary at:
I f you would like information on playing Gaelic Football for St. Mikes please contact our club secretary at:
Gaelic Athletic Association Links Thank You To All The St. Michael's Football Supporters the Galway Arms This page was last updated on: March 14, 2003
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48. Gaelic Football: PointMe.To It
PointMe.To. gaelic football can be described as a mixture of soccerand rugby, although it predates both of those games. It is a
Gaelic Football U.S. Leagues/Teams International Leagues/Teams Australian Rules ... Canadian 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 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.

49. Pittsburgh Celtics Gaelic Football Club
Profile and picture.

50. Hollowaygaels
History, fixtures and results, news, rules, and pictures.
Join Us! Interested in playing Gaelic Footy in London? Wether you're an expert or whether you've never played before and would like give it a go, we welcome players of all standards.
Check out the contacts page or email me now.
To report any broken links on this site or to share any comments
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Linda reports on Sunday's match against Thomas McCurtains
Holloway Gaels LGFC Welcome to the home page of Holloway Gaels Ladies Gaelic Football team.
This site is primarily for players, ex-players and friends of the club to keep up to date with what's happening both on the match front and, of course, on the social front!
If this is your first visit, have a look around and find out more about the game, you may find you want to join us.
Sign our Guest Book and let us know what you think.
Update! Linda reports on Sunday's match against Thomas McCurtains To report any broken links on this site or to share any comments email me now Join Us! Interested in playing Gaelic Footy in London? Wether you're an expert or whether you've never played before and would like give it a go, we welcome players of all standards. Check out the contacts page or email me now.

51. Gaelic Football, Hurling & Gaelic Games : Gaelsport GAA
News, articles, fixtures, and results.Category Sports Gaelic News and Media......gaelic football, hurling, Gaelic Games, gaelic football, GAAnews on whats happening at Croke Park go to
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in association with Injuries force host of Kerry changes for Tyrone game 22 March 2003 THE Kerry selectors have made numerous enforced positional and personnel changes for Sunday’s clash with reigning Allianz NFL champions Tyrone at Fitzgerald Stadium.
Flynn finally returns to lead Deise charge
21 March 2003 PAUL FLYNN makes his first competitive appearance for Waterford since the All-Ireland semi final seven months ago in their crucial NHL tie against Galway at Pearse Stadium on Sunday. Dublin selectors announce team for league game 21 March 2003 Dublin have made six changes to the side that lost to Cork for this weekend's National Football League game against Roscommon. Lynch and Harrison to line out for Clare 21 March 2003 Clare have made two changes to their side for this weekend's National Hurling League game against All-Ireland champions Kilkenny. ‘We have been playing better than two years ago and even last year’ 20 March 2003 THE positive approach adopted by the younger members of the Nemo Rangers team was a key factor in their All-Ireland success in Croke Park on Monday, according to former star Denis Allen.

52. Dromore Gaelic Football Club
History, archived results, and pictures.Category Sports Gaelic Organizations Ireland Tyrone......DROMORE GFC.

53. Ballymachugh Gaelic Football Club
Pictures and history.Category Sports Gaelic Organizations Ireland Cavan......Home. Lotto. People. History. Pictures. Contact. About. Links. Search. Our location.IF you have any comments or suggestions about this site, please email them to us.

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Under 13
The under 13 team are through to the county final on 30 August. They beat Corlough last evening in Redhills, by 5-08 to 3-06.
Corlough were leading by 1-07 to 1-03 at half-time, but it was a great performance by Ballymachugh in the second half.
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Blue Sky
Just to prove that is happens occasionally. A clear blue sky. Well, almost. Photo by Championship: The senior team suffered a devastating defeat against Killygarry in Kingspan Breffni Park last night. Killygarry 2-16 Ballymachugh 0-03 Section 1 Played Points Cavan Gaels Knockbride Kingscourt Castlerahan Lacken Section 2 Played Points Mullahoran Belturbet Gowna Crosserlough Killinkere Section 3 Played Points Baileboro Ballymachugh Killygarry Ramor Utd Championship: The senior team were heavily beaten by Bailieboro in the championship last Sunday.

54. Souths GAA Home Page, Gaelic Football And Hurling
News, history, events, fixtures, and results.
Welcome To...
Founded 1983
Sign Guestbook View Guestbook Home Page Merchandise ... Fixtures Reading Irish Times Irish Indo CourierMail
Weekly Wrap
MAR 6, 2003
Next Saturdays International Rules game against the Murri Mavericks will kick off at 4pm and not 4.30 as previously listed.
All Souths members and friends are urged to make an effort to get along and support the lads.
There is the obligatory amount of socialising to be done after and we are also sharing the profits from the tinnie bar.
All players are urged to get along to the last training session on Thursday.
FEB 12, 2003 MAGPIE MILLIONAIRE In breaking news it has been reported that ex magpie Justin Murphy of Kells, Co. Meath has won a major prize in last week's Irish Lottery. Apparently the bould Justin is 1.2 million euros better off which is around A$ 2 million and not a sum to be sneezed at. Very handy with prices as they are in the the old country and the oul celtic tiger running out of puff recently. Top bloke that Justin and I was just saying the same thing to the lads in the pub last weekend. He might even feel like a return trip to Brizvegas.

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56. Derrytresk Gaelic Football Club - Tyrone GAA - Irish Football
News, fixtures, results, history, and honours.Category Sports Gaelic Organizations Ireland Tyrone......Tyrone GAA Welcome to Derrytresk gaelic football Club Online, find outthe latest news and fixtures going on in Derrytresk.
Home About News History ... Sitemap Last updated: July 2002 Go to... About Us Newsroom History Honours Greats Officials Senior fixtures League table Junior fixtures View guestbook Sign guestbook Related links View sitemap Feedback
Hello , and welcome to Derrytresk online. We hope to provide you with up to date information with all that's happened past and present within the club. At the moment we are providing the content, but we are willing to accept content from others providing it suitable for this site. We are always glad to receive feedback , so don't be afraid to drop us a line. If you've visited this site before and want to know what's changed then it's probably a good idea to take a look here first. News What do you think?
Will Tyrone win the Ulster Championship this year?
Not sure
Current Results
Note: Apologies for the long delay in updating this site. Work is being done to improve the updates on the site. Please bear with us.
Centenary Book

As Derrytresk is fast approaching it's 100 years in existence, it has been decided to produce a book to celebrate this wonderful feat. A committee will be setup to look after the "Centenary Book". If anybody has any material that they wish to contribute, we would love to hear from you.
Other defining points in the club's history 17 April, 1997

57. Parnells Gaelic Football Club
History, fixtures and results, news, and pictures of the gaelic football club.
Welcome to Parnells Gaelic Football Club [guest book] organisation sponsors history ... Friday March 14th : Parnells Golf Classic : Being Held at Mill Hill Golf Club Please Click The Parnells Senior Football Team 2002 The Parnells Ladies Senior Football Team 2002

58. Grace O'Malley Pirates
Women's gaelic football club. History, fixtures and results, state team information, pictures, and news.
Get Five DVDs for $.49 each. Join now. Tell me when this page is updated Grace O'Malley Pirates State Team Some History Off the Pitch Results and Match Reports ... Game time
Another season comes to a close ... Pirates Presentation Night - This Saturday @ B's place Thanks for visiting!
Grace O'Malley is the newest club in the Victorian Gaelic Athletic Association, and we made a big impression in our first season, winning the knockout, and narrowly missing a place in the championship final.
Season 2002 was one of mixed fortune. The Pirates started the season with a bang, and spent most of the year atop the ladder, beating rivals Garryowen twice, and really setting the pace for the competition. But we didn't sustain our high level of play, and towards the end of the season, found the going a little tough against Sinn Fein and Garryowen. Losing Tiger, who would prefer to travel overseas than play football (can't imagine why) was also a big problem. Tiges had been a rock in defence all year and was noticably absent for the last few games and finals. Despite her absence for several games though, Tiger managed to win the League Best and Fairest Award. What a champion. Congratulations too to our captain Nic (Nails) who came third.

59. Gaelic Football, Hurling Are Irish Passions
Few things arouse Irish passions like the fastpaced, hard-hitting sports ofhurling and gaelic football. gaelic football, Hurling are Irish Passions
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Come March 17, many Americans and other people around the world will don green clothes, dine on corned beef and cabbage, and quench their thirst with a pint of Guinness Stout. Such rituals are part of the annual St. Patrick's Day celebration of all things Irish.
But how many of us will thrill to the grace of an athlete as he hurls the sliothar into the net for the winning goal? Or cheer battling footballers as they hand-pass and kick their way up the pitch? Gaelic Pride
Cork and Tipperary compete in a hurling match. Photograph by Tim Thompson/CORBIS More News Diary of the Planet The Environment Travel National Geographic Today Special Series Digital Lifestyles: feature by Sony EarthPulse National Geographic Out There ... Mount Everest Expedition "It's ingrained in my nature as an Irishman," said John Keane of the Gaelic Athletic Association's North American Board. "It's a tremendously important part of my heritage. (As a child) you spoke Gaelic, enjoyed the Irish music and dancing, and you played the games." While the sports are an integral part of Ireland's national heritage, he noted, their organization also makes them sources of intense local pride. Teams represent Ireland's counties, and players must have family connections to, or live and work in, the counties they represent (most players have second jobs). The free-agency system familiar to North American sports fans does not exist.

60. Holloway Gaels Ladies Gaelic Football Club, London
If you would like to join a ladies gaelic football team or just get fit,call me on 07803 596 461 or email me
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Holloway's 2001 training regime began well with training on the beach but still ended in the pub
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