All-Ireland GAA

GAA Hurling

Hurling is an ancient Gaelic Irish Sport, and one of the four Charter GAA Sports of 1884. It is played with a Hurl or Hurley (stick) and a sliotar (ball) and is one of the fastest team sports in the world. It is 15-a-side and Goals (worth 3 points) are scored as well as points (over the bar – worth one point). It is organised on a Club and County basis like most GAA Sports and has County, Provincial and All-Ireland Championships. Within both Club and County Championships there is the Hurling League (usually run over winter) and the Hurling Championship (usually run over summer). There are about 12 Top Level (Division 1) Counties that play for the Liam McCarthy Cup, as well as the Joe McDonagh Cup (Division 2), Christy Ring Cup (Division 3), and Nicky Rackard (Division 4) and Lory Meaghar Cups (Division 5). Outside of Ireland there are 14 Counties that also play Gaelic Football and sometimes Hurling, with London, Warwickshire and Lancashire taking part in the lower levels of the All-Ireland Championships.

All-Ireland Hurling Chamionships

GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championships (Liam McCarthy Cup); Joe McDonagh Cup; Christy Ring Cup; Nickey Rackard Cup; Lory Meagher Cup;

GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championships (Overviews):

GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Liam McCarthy Cup Finals 1887-2020

GAA Hurling Christy Ring Cup Finals 2011-Present

GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championships Liam McCarthy Cup (Seasons):

2019 1995

GAA Hurling Christy Ring Cup (Seasons):

2019 2017 2016 2015 2014 2012 2011

GAA Hurling Lory Meagher Cup (Seasons): 2017

Picture Credit: [4] Longford Leader / Sil Healyi (2018) 1601834650220.jpg–senior_hurling_championship_final Longford Leader. “Wolfe Tones crowned the kings of Longford hurling once again: Photo Caption” Deniese O’Flahery, 4 October 2020. [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 25 November 2020]

GAA National Hurling League

GAA National Hurling League

GAA National Hurling League Roinn 2A (Seasons): 2018

GAA National Hurling League Roinn 3A (Seasons): 2018

GAA National Hurling League Roinn 3B (Seasons)2018

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GAA Football

Gaelic Football is one of the four original GAA Charter Sports of 1884, and the most popular, played to the highest level throughout the 32 Counties as well as 14 Counties around the World. It is 15-a-side and Goals (worth 3 Points) are scored as well as Points (Over the Bar – worth 1 Point). it is organised like most GAA Games on a County, Provincial and All-Ireland basis with Club Competitions providing the bedrock of the game, and the best club players representing their counties. Within both Club and County Competitions there is the League (usually run over the winter months) and the Championship (usually run over the summer months).

All-Ireland Football Championships

GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championships (Sam Maguire Cup); All-Ireland Club Senior Football Championships; All-Ireland Club Junior Football Championships

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championships

GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Finals Sam Maguire Cup 1887-2020

GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championships – Sam Maguire Cup (Seasons): 2017 2020

GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Club Championships (Seasons): 2018

GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Club Championship (Seasons): 2017 2018

Picture Credit: [6] Knockragee GAA Facebook Page (2018) Cover Photo February 05, 2018 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/334324306647094/photos/a.334377906641734.76874.334324306647094/1591340177612161/?type=3&theater [Accessed 7 February 2018]

GAA National Football League

GAA National Football League

GAA Football National League Division 1 2004-2007

GAA National Football League Division 4 (Seasons): 2018

Picture Credit: [1] Donegal Daily (2017) GAA Logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.donegaldaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/gaa-logo.png [Accessed 2 December 2017]

Camogie

Camogie is the ladies version of Hurling, with slightly different rules to suit them. It is also 15-a-side and is scored by either goals (worth 3 points) or points (over the bar – worth one point). It is played with a Camog (stick) and ball. It is organised, like most GAA sports on a Club and County basis, with County, Provincial, and All-Ireland Championships. There sason is divided in both Club and County into a Camogie League (usually played over winter) and a Camogie Championship (usually played over summer).

Camogie Association All-Ireland Championships

Camogie Association All-Ireland Championships

Camogie Association All-Ireland Championships (Finals):

Camogie Association All-Ireland Senior Championship O’Duffy Cup Finals 1932-Present

Camogie Association All-Ireland Senior Championships O’Duffy Cup (Seasons): 1999

Picture Credit: [1] Camogie Association (2020) camogie_master_logo_2-1024×422 [Internet] Available from: https://camogie.ie/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/camogie_master_logo_2-1024×422.jpg [Accessed 22 June 2020]

Ladies Gaelic Football

Ladies Gaelic Football, as its name suggests is the Ladies version of Ireland’s most popular sport, and can boast almost as much poularity, with 50,000 recently turning up at Croke Park for the Ladies Gaelic Football All-Ireland Championship Final. It is organised, like most GAA sports on a Club and County basis, with County, Provincial and All-Ireland Championships. The season is divided into a Football League (usually held over winter) and a Championship (usually held over summer). The scoring is similar to Gaelic Football, Hurling and Camogie, with a goal (worth 3 points) and a point (over the bar – worth one point). It is also 15-a-side like Gaelic Football, Hurling and Camogie.

LGFA All-Ireland Championships

LGFA All-Ireland Club Championships

LGFA All-Ireland Club Championships (Finals):

Ladies Gaelic Football Association All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Finals 2011-Present

Picture Credit: [1] Ladies Gaelic Football Association (2020) LGFA Logo [Internet] Available from: https://ladiesgaelic.ie/wp-content/themes/lgfa/assets/images/logo-lgfa.png [Accessed 30 March 2020]

LGFA National Football League

LGFA National Football League

Ladies Gaelic Football Association National Football League (Overviews):

Ladies Gaelic Football Association National Football League Division 1 2011-2020

Picture Credit: [1] Ladies Gaelic Football Association (2020) LGFA Logo [Internet] Available from: https://ladiesgaelic.ie/wp-content/themes/lgfa/assets/images/logo-lgfa.png [Accessed 30 March 2020]

GAA Handball

Handball was first played in Ireland according to the World Handball Council website and the GAA Handball website describes it as the GAA’s only real World Sport. It is organised along the same lines as the rest of the Gaelic Games which come under the authority of the GAA – with County, Provincial and All-Ireland Championships, in both Men’s and Women’s, Team and Individual, Boys and Girls and also in Softball and Hardball versions. Some players compete in the European Pro Wallball Tour (Wallball is a unified version of Handball in Europe, bringing together the Handball of Ireland, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Catalonia, Basque Country, Belgium, Wallonia, Flanders and Netherlands. Others play on the US circuit or in Canada and Australia. It is also played in Japan and Latin America.

GAA Handball Singles & Doubles

GAA Handball All-Ireland Championships

GAA Handball Individual Competitions (Overviews):

GAA Handball | All-Ireland 40×20 Championships | Men’s Senior Singles 1975-2019

GAA Handball | Women’s National Singles Roll of Honour 1995-2017

GAA Handball All- Ireland 40×20 Men’s Senior Singles (Seasons): 2018

GAA Handball She’s Ace (Seasons): 2018

Picture Credit: [1] GAA Handball (2017) GAA Handball Logo Square [Internet] Available from: https://cache.gaahandball.ie/images/made/images/remote/http_gaahandball-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/1470913550-GAA-Handball-Logo-Square_394_394_85_c1.jpg [Accessed 11 December 2017]

GAA Handball Club Competitions

GAA Handball Tournaments

GAA Handball Club Championships

GAA Handball | All-Ireland Inter-Club Championship 2012-2018

GAA Handball 40×20 Inter-Club Championship (Seasons): 2017

GAA Handball Gael Linn (Seasons): 2018

GAA Handball Intervarsity Championships (Seasons): 1991

Picture Credit: [4] GAA Handball (2018) 1516891260-Cup-Winners-2017_640_425_85_c1 [Internet] Available from: https://cache.gaahandball.ie/images/made/images/remote/http_gaahandball-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/1516891260-Cup-Winners-2017_640_425_85_c1.jpeg [Accessed 21 November 2020]

GAA Poc Fada

An Poc Fada – ‘the Long Puck’ is a Gaelic Game where players use a Hurley to hit a Sliotar (ball) up the side of a mountain and down the other side in as few pucks or shots as possible.

The sport would have a similar origin to the Scottish Game of Golf. It is mentioned in the myths and legends of Ireland, when Setanta took his Hurley / Hurl and hit his Sliotar all the way from Co Louth to Co. Armagh in one go. The All-Ireland Poc Fada Championships have taken place in the Cooley Mountains in Co. Louth since 1961 in commemoration of the legendary feat.

Links to the Results of the GAA Poc Fada All-Ireland CHampionships from the inaugural Championship in 1961 (Men’s) and 2009 (Ladies) are available at the links in blue (below the picture).

All-Ireland Poc Fada Championships

GAA Poc Fada All-Ireland Championships (Hurling & Camogie)

GAA Poc Fada All-Ireland Chamionships (Rolls of Honour):

GAA Poc Fada Hurling All-Ireland Championships Roll of Honour 1961-Present

GAA Poc Fada Camogie All-Ireland Championships Roll of Honour 2009-Present

GAA Poc Fada All-Ireland Hurling Chamionships (Years): 1989 1990 1995 2008 2013 2017 2018

GAA Poc Fada All-Ireland Camogie Chamionships (Years): 2013 2017

Picture Credit: [3] All Ireland Poc Fada Championships Facebook Page(2017) – Post August 6, 2017: “All Ireland Poc Fada Finals 2017” [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/AllIrelandPocFadaChampionships/photos/ms.c.eJxNWkmSJDEI~9EEBrP9~;2MTFoWyL31QYAxiTVefm1XRZXqyTc~~;84AUk6rrfeUDnoTmXUBrJHSBa~5HvVfiaAA4VOqjw6nDHTqOLxANQPaIOgwT~;4D7JPLEAtnvFvOiRAHI~;gEm9o5E5Eq0Asg9YmckfCVM4YudS2BuER6BL9X0xe4BELZAyDuiSaUFxryUEo4jRksbpiuBKzHAun8P7NCzdlzLp6Po3B2CnATdAMkuTh0OHbp2eOYDJOQDntLU~;ICnw3qde769I7Y64tx3JHp1hEJH0P0YS78wBGJbwdhGgo~;Q5pHn7eleb2MYCxIUPUqFSmuUMpPzIlAeG6gcHU4d6TDdfU1PgVLvVZqKatBPYpxzOpeTQcoMyjsSHxAvtqeC12ZDQjcuWdBxikdaIXGW5JIB5ANAUOkSVAqlN1dpHeT6YXmUGY7I8lFXH5DNIxdKs3gEFXWSFfXS~;wHk9KXIA0hQtQNgd6iaW5y3NOJyWWIdKCC7m2NduCW2xOokjhxbQOJU3dvyM6ymbg~;rttQfpzdPro7zQnlrc70kIVEMdlfBDhZQB5JfxGj6EGRFCQARBNpGx2ZhCzJIUggglJehbA0cYVNqtM~_Tnw4N6LhkzObId~_0r7XOiY52rC~_cqPgnoYIl13jGdrKMZnGAz6It6MecRHx3nY~;01thsb7NLRYSRZJ5NlM7kMJZa9rJdNJttmchkS9zUv3iI4UnR~;at~_29ksaya~;b6ep0Ivppa4eAMdmGUiLDmC1jZgBMSKFMFn5Jh0lYnISlhizMbSglU~;tsBmV9YfoRAqgGvWvpVTCmlLgGTn0bbN1CRR0nMDrOp6Pf8HzJ~;gN8SE6S7MPpJac~_nOZyWtZnDCMfPYZdGibw1reP1ZVxTj4JtAtVSkzNOdPhnlceWX0IwNLa1lf3jkRQ4hYAX8Ou6wDkwwPALQJIqZMEYihMpftDUJKgCeVlKG~;LkPxJ~_EiQ9USJXdbcHR3~_6ZiOq9tx62ZNKCmhw~;q2nPI7hjGD3BsAg~_1YNzK3bssT7ULImA9BSYJ8mrRsky7v0XGoox0A~_2kcFJD5SkS~_HnR1l7wKRfSjVmkYcsy2OdbM~;eTcL588tS9PY~_y4vEUmBWJND7Sca~_czbK5tXluIfhxeO0rjUxqjVMhHDB9JHVgVMoLO1ZjO6RFYWK~;twloxFAYpDNSLcHGeRfle3SZdiU4nzU6XB0p1R~_MbUg~;48qPQ~_e~;Zzv~;Metd6GQFk4Ve3qXOL8BZDbL~_6zYmLMy45NefMoMS8TWfryxwdrOyX~~~;aXSWrxv2k~_40GK8kGWwk~_vhbc2HEljdf22HEI~_Cug10PI2Li~;62jVKUgwP3ICpQxUYcnLy~_THCnukWPtZcwvXjQwdCSdwByDrDdZPkvUeO1j7OWnpTMsaPurjQ0ZHxBdsWMq2NTtdcqersvGFiVs~_rLMIazL5MpPLEajDAVyY6nmZY30mDLs4V~_N7ToKl3jMsjGFoQSF~;Lad17OAU6~_lBxh7UAW~_F47UTvpjxSCG2pkYArAd7UPcopS~_NuZ~;Gud8OX6JoGFqfxEa~;VaD0mhGIAQ6Bl0GW4Qsc3CJFQEGh7Fr8AOhYw1oNGXSFR2wk5JPIAWjY~~;s~_6mjYRZ7aDvE39SFxqDRQL3JpeoIgfpy1vqX2WjQlanz5dDT44PLd2nNkm3SbKoAdrz2bknBTartIfq3lY5a84JLXdsYXJYCmFB08go3eQgjkSCiBRlrq9sK~_ApJ1J3IbMiiaFF57fLxmvgDalvm2rXasLHJ4y0Vl293KbleYfnYU9L06OpaP6~;C2LiWmbZ2ipeOc07kbYwfTYTYDYefvi25pt3lLgQ92unZ7i1Fk0FLsDsHdoX0MSxrm2PlFdnfomEAFAxX44DVjvcTkqTBP4y1T0s2U8ppbSJCjbUVu2~_rAFDNj5HySTph070kBphNQ5Prdtad9erLkB0ygmIWzXRi3i44zvsRn~_hnT90jgLSf4odnx~_ql0F49M5IyRCzyqGFtOh4~;SolJ8V5p~_nE5aBtMy8KEZcXikQRC~;LPo9kD2lLOR5ZjB~_WfQsAsFFoFMnLofu4~_nGtL9rkVK6n~;cdk~_uanx09wOG1Z65tAjnXfnaMYcyxxOPO66kLjPtO9wtrz2siKzEVpayorJh1mny8FJHmit~;ZAaW75XRh27ITBI7iiPKWqQb~;LA0wVp~_3rzyki~_VRUw2H1VCK~;KhDYPrYZR97H0HviFFicuwyx96XhEvz06vLY4C1owKWXltL30byABKEL4cH8JasAYISo5RhKAzP~_GZU43vOhKbPVDdO9X6j8OlgZTeWTZNdNrvxsWrfwOmLW7jAd89YE0b~;lbZLB6dp~_yhlNXQgpUR4baIa4lM6Lcc~_w~;r5os2J~;B5q3pHLI40Mit~;XSYvg6zXs19geUJD4jYIWwUeztvPIAcn6K~;UWsfHl1wxa5l1b9137vXRB6T2rVNUGuB~_AV4BfWj4AwZbca9USEr~_VpUWRY5omlLgDrGGJj0T3~_I4gT8VphyO2Vrw2RoesDsOW48tpi423Rm~;ncVj3cbjFMaM86S0avfQ2~_pZAmeq~_XLXE~_16VN3cXeGP~_AUvQPa8ZqDuBoVDPByC2Kqv04n3Mi7dcrMVewSMzxc5vivXbCiFBO27A25P0Vsa5JoUx7ze~;Id6SqCjVoC~;4nNWthpY4w4caA9UIlO8t8~;2iygzKmFCSwhylSqWpo4OWqk~_w~;~;iCjuGy3ire~_UOU0a~_JLe1QvNKGfHnao1ToPoaF7qLYYkNQk6BZA33XwBY7I1GUUAzPfXJ9piOUxuSP6bhyNtfDUC9mqzTe1176vlu~_r8pJKSZujPtG929OfijzAw3F61BpocS0V6lNEQaL0O74woqyCWWTQsMk9HYS5KPjUEeOhFECm4E3~_bDpY3o32HcKyL~;UFhyp3iPzwayXfGQp8kOZMHOL85bXPeuq~_ErUnRGja9h8Rup~_Rrbcnor6inDmrapTApZehvL21NxdpTNOdMdJy4wT~;rjUUgFO99GtpfAMpdJ7beFnn~;eNvwAYqyRjiR70JspKTAEdFlAdpMOttbSwXPktHrEB8gMat3SRdeTp0WV9Xlh9x~;wDxv2zlroNQRxJbj0AJS6awSWn7nPk8Mh0Kfm6VCC23yi4jQl0bPP0bQloKMwPrBvurKhM9LHDQq4pdWGpox8~;9~;daJNVV4cBpbDkVdL~_nKoNV2XEGYPSxj9XXUErHDvaxzjkSPJJzJJhS~_G3NjYw1fls7zTnX2J5OF4~;gjd6NHaZ7LF3GjmAbfw~_cBHCLfu5jg1XZhnIEQ9yVyd93LN2Bcw4~_Rmqfj~;sIfrM4~_8jU5~_CXopdHBGD6vo2~;VLoAPKh0ACWAtHzP~;QtgpyvfTnfwY~;0DVun8B8DZh8wHjC9B5~_Dt6c9bnyO8Zfagwz3oSIwvl75gZtcu8P2~_sHHEyXogDPtu2e9xEc59jNX44kkdMTouJeZIfSSjXeg5~;wGZiceo.bps.a.1478776878855283/1478877472178557 [Accessed 6 November 2020]

Connacht GAA Poc Fada

Connacht GAA Poc Fada

GAA Connacht Poc Fada Senior Hurling (Years): 2013

GAA Connacht Poc Fada Camogie (Years): 2013

GAA Connacht Poc Fada Boys Under 16 Hurling (Years): 2013

Picture Credit: [1] GAA Poc Fada Twitter Account (2018) GAA Poc Fada Logo [Internet] Available from: https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/975524662636613632/-7z4rlL3_400x400.jpg [Accessed 9 June 2018]

Leinster GAA Poc Fada

Leinster GAA Poc Fada

GAA Leinster Poc Fada Hurling Pairs (Years): 2012

Picture Credit: [1] GAA Poc Fada Twitter Account (2018) GAA Poc Fada Logo [Internet] Available from: https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/975524662636613632/-7z4rlL3_400x400.jpg [Accessed 9 June 2018]

Munster GAA Poc Fada

Munster GAA Poc Fada

GAA Munster Poc Fada Senior Hurling (Years): 2012 2013

GAA Munster Poc Fada Camogie (Years): 2013

GAA Munster Poc Fada Boys Under 16 (Years): 2012 2013

Picture Credit: [3] All Ireland Poc Fada Championships (2013) Photo, August 5, 2013 – with Brendan Cummins [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/AllIrelandPocFadaChampionships/photos/a.542638972469083/542675055798808 [Accessed 21 November 2020]

Ulster GAA Poc Fada

Ulster GAA Poc Fada

GAA Ulster Poc Fada (Years): 2012

Picture Credit: [1] GAA Poc Fada Twitter Account (2018) GAA Poc Fada Logo [Internet] Available from: https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/975524662636613632/-7z4rlL3_400x400.jpg [Accessed 9 June 2018]

GAA Rounders

Rounders is an Irish and British version of Softball and Baseball, and thought to be the ancestor of both. It was first codified in Ireland as part of the Original GAA Charter of 1884, but not organised until 1958. It is a Bat and Ball (also known as Safe Haven) sport whereby the batter attempts to hit a ball thrown at him or her by a pitcher or bowler and then attempts to run around the bases back home.

GAA Rounders All Ireland Senior Championships

GAA Rounders All-Ireland Senior Championships

GAA Rounders All-Ireland Senior Championships (Finals)

GAA Rounders All Ireland Championships Senior Ladies Finals 1970-Present

GAA Rounders All-Ireland Championships Senior Men’s Finals 1976-Present

GAA Rounders All-Ireland Championships Senior Mixed Finals 1990-Present

GAA Rounders All Ireland Championships Senior Ladies (Overviews & Seasons):

GAA Rounders Council All-Ireland Championship Senior Ladies 2001-2010

GAA Rounders All-Ireland Championships Senior Ladies 2013-2019

Rounders Association of Ireland AIC Senior Ladies: 2003

Rounders Council of Ireland AIC Senior Women: 2005

GAA Rounders All Ireland Championships Senior Ladies: 2016 2017 2018 2019

GAA Rounders All Ireland Championships Senior Men’s (Overviews & Seasons):

Rounders Association of Ireland All-Ireland Senior Men’s Championship 2001-2004

Rounders Council of Ireland All-Ireland Championships Senior Men 2005-2012

GAA Rounders All-Ireland Championship Senior Men’s 2013-2019

Rounders Association of Ireland AIC Senior Men’s: 2003

GAA Rounders All Ireland Championships Senior Men’s: 2016 2017 2018 2019

GAA Rounders All Ireland Championships Senior Mixed (Overviews & Seasons):

GAA Rounders All Ireland Championships Senior Mixed 2013-2019

Rounders Association of Ireland AIC Senior Mixed: 2003 2004

GAA Rounders All Ireland Championship Senior Mixed: 2016 2017 2018 2019

Picture Credit: [6] GAA Rounders (2019) All-Ireland Finals – Senior Mixed Winners Glynn/Barntown [Internet] Available from: http://gaarounders.ie/ckeditor_uploads/images/1012.JPG [Accessed 19 January 2020]

GAA Rounders All Ireland Minor Championships

GAA Rounders All-Ireland Minor Championships

GAA Rounders All Ireland Minor Championships (Finals):

GAA Rounders Minor Ladies All-Ireland Championship Finals 1977-2018

GAA Rounders All-Ireland Minor Men’s Championship Finals 1977-2018

GAA Rounders All-Ireland Minor Mixed Championship Finals 1998-2018

GAA Rounders All Ireland Minor Championship (Seasons)

GAA Rounders All Ireland Championship Minor Ladies (Seasons): 2018

GAA Rounders All Ireland Championship Minor Men’s (Seasons): 2017 2018

GAA Rounders All Ireland Championship Minor Mixed (Seasons): 2018

Picture credit: [1] Rebel Og Coaching (2017) Rounders Logo [Internet] Available from: https://i2.wp.com/rebelogcoaching.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/rounders-logo.jpg [Accessed 22 March 2018]

GAA Rounders Feile

GAA Rounders Feile

GAA Rounders Feile (Finals)

GAA Rounders U16 Mixed Feile Finals 1993-2018

GAA Rounders U15 Boys Feile 1992-2016

GAA Rounders U13 Boys Feile Finals 1992-2018

GAA Rounders Girls U13 Feile Finals 1992-2018

GAA Rounders Feile (Seasons)

GAA Rounders Feile U16 Mixed (Seasons):2018

GAA Rounders Feile U15 Boys (Seasons): 2018

GAA Rounders Feile U15 Girls (Seasons): 2017 2018

GAA Rounders Feile U14 Boys John West (Seasons): 2018

GAA Rounders Feile U14 Girls John West (Seasons): 2018

Picture Credit: [1] Rebel Og Coaching (2017) Rounders Logo [Internet] Available from: https://i2.wp.com/rebelogcoaching.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/rounders-logo.jpg [Accessed 22 March 2018]

Community Games Rounders

Community Games Rounders

Wexford Community Games U-14 Girls Rounders (Seasons): 1983

Picture Credit: [1] Rebel Og Coaching (2017) Rounders Logo [Internet] Available from: https://i2.wp.com/rebelogcoaching.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/rounders-logo.jpg [Accessed 22 March 2018]

An Gaeltacht GAA

Comortais Peile na Gaeltachta is an All-Ireland Gaelic Football competition featuring Gaeltacht (Gaelic-speaking areas of Ireland) Clubs from the Galway, Mayo, Donegal, Kerry, Cork, Waterford and Meath Gaeltacht areas.

An Gaeltacht GAA

Comortais Peile na Gaeltachta

An Gaeltacht GAA Comortais Peile na Gaeltachta (Finals):

GAA Comortas Peile na Gaeltachta Senior Finals 1969-Present

Picture Credit: [9] Irish Examiner (2016) Donegal’s Naomh Conaill retained their Comortas Peile na Gaeltachta title after beating An Ghaeltacht of Kerry in the final. [Internet] Available from: http://files.hoganstand.com/common/newgallery/Naomh%20Conaill.jpg [Accessed 20 August 2020]

Colleges GAA

Colleges GAA comprises competitions in Hurling, Gaelic Football, Camogie, Ladies Gaelic and Handball

GAA Higher Education Hurling

GAA HE Hurling League;

GAA HE Hurling League

Electric Ireland HE GAA SHL Division 1 (Results): 2019

Electric Ireland HE GAA SHL Division 2 (Results): 2019

[1] Galway Bay FM (2018) Profile Picture [Internet] Available from: https://galwaybayfm.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Electric-Ireland-GAA-Higher-Education-Championships.jpg  [Accessed 8 April 2021]

Irish Collegiate Handball Association

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ICHA Intervarsities (Years): 1991

Picture Credit: [1] Irish Collegiate Handball Association Twitter (2020) Profile Picture [Internet] Available from: https://twitter.com/IchaHandball/photo [Accessed 26 November 2020]