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GAA International and World Games

Internationals have been played in the GAA since the first trips to New York in the early 20th Century. From 1924 to 1932 Ireland played the United States at the Tailteann Games. The 1947 All-Ireland Final was played in New York, and from the 1950s onwards, Internationals were played between the All-Ireland or National League Champions and New York or Australasia. More recently there has been Internationals between World Countries, such as Italy v France or Galicia v France.

International Rules matches can be found at the International Rules Page here:

The first International GAA played was the Tailteann Games of 1924-1932, and this was followed by the 1947 All-Ireland Football Final, which was held in New York.

In the 1950s the St. Brendan’s Cup finals were held between New York and the National Football League & National Hurling League winners. In the 1960s there was the World Championship Cup between New York & The All-Ireland Champions.

From thereon New York & London played in the All-Ireland Championship in Football and London, Warwickshire & Lancashire in the Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard & Lory Meaghar Cups.

The World Games is the latest development in the GAA’s World Programme: It is essentially a Provincial Championship for the Americas (New York, United States & Canada in Americas – Native Cup) & World Counties (Europe, Australasia, Asia & Middle East – Irish Cup) with development programmes in Russia, Africa, Caribbean, Latin America & Argentina.

GAA World Games Native Cups

GAA World Games Native Cups

GAA World Games Hurling Native Cup (Years):2016 2019

GAA World Games Football Native Cup (Years): 2016

GAA World Games Camogie Native Cup (Years):2016 2019

GAA World Games Ladies Gaelic Native Cup (Years):2016 2019

GAA World Games Football (Years): 2015

GAA World Games Men’s Football Shield (Editions): 2015

GAA International Tournament Zone 3 Hurling (Editions): 2013

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GAA World Games Irish Cups

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GAA World Games Football Irish Cup (Years): 2016

GAA World Games Hurling Irish Cup (Years): 2016 2019

GAA World Games Camogie Irish Cup (Years): 2016 2019

GAA World Games Ladies Gaelic Irish Cup (Years): 2016 2019

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New York GAA

New York GAA SFC;

New York GAA Men’s Football

New York GAA Navillus SFC (Results): 2014

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United States GAA

United States GAA; North American County Board

USGAA Rolls of Honour:

United States GAA Senior Men’s Football Roll of Honour 1959-2019

United States GAA Senior Hurling Championships Roll of Honour 1959-2019

USGAA All-American Tournament (Seasons): 2017

NACB Nationals Football Finals (Seasons): 2013

NACB Nationals Hurling Finals (Seasons): 2013

NACB Nationals Camogie Finals (Seasons): 2013

NACB Nationals Ladies Gaelic Finals (Seasons): 2013

Southwest Division

Denver Gaels Hurling Pub League:

Denver Gaels GAA Hurling Pub League 2017-2019

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Canada GAA Roll of Honour

Canada GAA

Canada GAA Football Division Rolls of Honour:

GAA Canada Eastern Division Men’s Senior Football Championship 2014-2017

GAA Canada Toronto Division Men’s Football Championship 1962-2017

GAA Canada Western Canada Division Senior Football Championship 2004-2018

Canada GAA Football Provincial Cups Rolls of Honour

GAA Canada Eastern Division Quebec Provincial Cup Men’s Football 2006-2014

GAA Canada Western Division Seattle-Washington Cup Men’s Football 2015

GAA Canada Western Division Alberta Cup Men’s Football 2008-2015

GAA Canada Western Division Calgary Tournament Ladies Tournament 1998-2015

GAA Canada Western Division Edmonton Tournament Men’s Football 1997-2015

GAA Canada Western Division Vancouver Tournament Men’s Football 1997-2009

GAA Canada Pacific Northwest Championships Men’s Football 1979-1996

Canada GAA Junior Football Rolls of Honour

GAA Canada Eastern Division Men’s Junior Football Championship 2017

Canada GAA Football Sevens Roll of Honour

GAA Canada Western Division Bailey’s Cup Football Sevens 1990-2000

GAA Canada Western Division Jack Bell Cup Sevens Football Men 2002-2014

Canada GAA Ladies Football Rolls of Honour:

GAA Canada Eastern Division Ladies Senior Football Championship 2015-2017

GAA Canada Toronto Division Ladies Football Championship 1988-2017

GAA Canada Western Division Edmonton Tournament Ladies Football 1997-2015

Canada GAA Ladies Junior Football Rolls of Honour:

GAA Canada Eastern Division Ladies Junior Football Championship 2017

GAA Canada Toronto Division Ladies Football Championship 1988-2017

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Canada GAA Results

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Canada GAA Western Division Football Championship (Seasons):2007

Canada GAA Western Division Ladies Football Championship (Seasons): 2007

Canada GAA Pacific Northwest Football Championship: 1990

Canada GAA Western Canada Division Championship Finals (Seasons): 2018

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Australasia GAA

Australasia GAA

Australasia GAA Rolls of Honour:

Australasia GAA Senior Men’s Football Championships Roll of Honour 1971-2019

Australasia GAA Senior Hurling Championships Roll of Honour 1971-2019

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Europe GAA

Europe GAA

Europe GAA Men’s Football Championship (Seasons) :2014

Europe GAA Men’s Gaelic Football Benelux Region Championship (Seasons): 2019

Europe GAA Men’s Gaelic Football Central-East Region Championship (Seasons): 2019

Europe GAA Ladies Gaelic Benelux Region Championship (Seasons): 2019

Europe GAA Ladies Gaelic Central-East Region Championship (Seasons): 2019

Europe GAA Hurling Championship (Seasons): 2019

Europe GAA Camogie Championship (Seasons): 2019

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South Africa Gaels GAA Crest

Africa GAA

South Africa Gaels GAA

South Africa Gaels GAA

South Africa Gaels GAA Tours of Ireland (Years): 2015

World Rounders

Rounders was first codified by the Gaelic Athletic Association in Ireland and included in the first GAA Charter in 1884.

It is also played in England, Wales and Australia and the GAA held its first Alpen Cup in Italy between two GAA clubs in Italy & Switzerland and a local Softball Club.

Below you will find links to World Rounders competitions:

GAA Rounders World

GAA Rounders Alpen Cup

GAA Rounders Alpen Cup Mixed (Seasons): 2017

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Rounders England

Rounders England

South Yorkshire Rounders League Cup (Seasons): 2005

Rounders in Leeds League (Seasons): 2018

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Rounders Home Internationals

Rounders Home Internationals

Home Internationals (U16-Adult): 2007

Home Internationals (U14-15): 2007

Home Internationals (Eng-Sco-Wal) U13-U14 (Seasons): 2007

Home Internationals (Sco-Eng-IOM) U13-U14 (Seasons): 2007

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International Rules

International Rules, also known as Compromise Rules is a term for a number of related sports combining the rules of GAA sports with similar sports from around the World. There is International Rules Football, played between Ireland and Australia, Hurling-Shinty, played between Ireland and Scotland, Handball-Pelota, which is Ireland v Basque Country, as well as Rounders-Baseball and Rounders-Softball (Irish teams v American, Canadian and Britsh teams), Hurlacrosse (Hurling-Lacrosse – Ireland v Iroquois Nationals), and Poc Fada Golf (A Golf Course where players use a Hurl/Hurley to hit the ball into the hole)

Hurling-Shinty Internationals

Ireland v Scotland Hurling-Shinty International Rules; Club Internatinals

Ireland v Scotland Overviews:

Hurling-Shinty International Tailteann Games Ireland v Scotland 1924-1932

Hurling-Shinty Internationals Ireland v Scotland 1972-1979

Hurling-Shinty Internationals Ireland v Scotland 1988-1999

Hurling-Shinty Internationals Ireland v Scotland 2000-2009

International Rules Hurling-Shinty | Ireland v Scotland 2010-2015

International Rules Hurling-Shinty | Ireland v Scotland 2016-2018

Ireland v Scotland (Seasons): 2014

Hurling-Shinty Club Internationals:

Hurling-Shinty International Rules Club Internationals 1897

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Handball-Pelota Internationals

Ireland v Basque Country Handball-Pelota International Rules.

Ireland v Basque Country (Years): 1932

International Rules Handball-Pelota | Ireland v Basque Country 2004-2006

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Rounders-Softball Internationals

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Rounders-Softball Club Internationals

Rounders-Softball Club Internationals Lakelands GAA v Leinster Softball 1982

Rounders-Softball Club Internationals Skryne GAA Tour of Massachusetts 1982

Rounders-Baseball Club Internationals:

Rounders-Baseball International Rules 2008

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Hurlacrosse Internationals

Hurling-Lacrosse Internationals

Hurlacrosse Internationals

Hurlacrosse International Ireland Lacrosse v Europe Hurling Croke Park 2019

Hurlacrosse Club Internationals

International Rules Hurlacrosse Club Internationals 2009-2018

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Poc Fada Golf

Poc Fada Golf

Poc Fada Golf

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Tallaght Rules Basketball-Futsal

Tallaght Rules Basketball-Futsal

Tallaght Rules Basketball-Futsal 2003

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Scottish Shinty

Shinty is Gaelic Scotland’s traditional version of Hurling. It is one of the forgotten Gaelic, Celtic or Atlantic Games like Basque Pelota and Welsh Baseball, played mostly in Gaelic parts of Scotland like the Highlands and Islands. The game is very similar to Hurling, with a curved stick used to hit a ball through a goal, except there is no point-over-the-bar and less play in the air. The game is 12-a-side as opposed to Hurling’s 15-a-side. The Shinty National League Division 1 was the Second Level of Men’s Shinty from 2004 to 2007. See also International Rules:

Shinty Matches in Ireland

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Shinty Charity Match:

Irish Shinty Charity Match 2010

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Camanachd Association North Region Leagues

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Camanachd Association North Division 1 (Overviews):

Camanachd Association Shinty North Division 1 2000-2003

Camanachd Association Shinty North Division 1 2004-2007

Camanachd Association Shinty North Division 1 2016-2019

Camanachd Association North Division 2 (Overviews):

Camanachd Association Shinty North Division 2 2004-2007

Camanachd Association Shinty Marine Harvest North Division 2 2000-2003

CA North Division 1 (Seasons:): 2017 2018

CA North Division 2 (Seasons:): 2017 2018

Logo Refernece: [1] Camanachd Association (2017) Camanachd Association Logo [Internet] https://www.shinty.com/uploads/news-images/_w800fit/camanach-logo-wide.jpg [Accessed 9 March 2018]

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Camanachd Association South Region Leagues

Shinty South

Camanachd Association South Division 1 (Overviews):

Camanachd Association Shinty South Division 1 2000-2003

Camanachd Association Shinty South Division 1 2004-2007

Camanachd Association Shinty South Division 1 2016-2019

Camanachd Association South Division 2 (Overviews):

Camanachd Association Shinty Marine Harvest South Division 2 2000-2003

CA South Division 1 (Seasons): 2017 2018

CA South Division 2 (Seasons): 2017 2018

Logo Reference: [1] Camanachd Association (2017) Camanachd Association Logo [Internet] https://www.shinty.com/uploads/news-images/_w800fit/camanach-logo-wide.jpg [Accessed 9 March 2018]

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Camanachd Association Cups

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CA Camanachd Cup (Seasons): 2017

CA Macauley Cup (Seasons): 2017

CA Sutherland Cup (Seasons): 2017

Other Cups (Annual Challenge Cups)

Camanachd Association Shinty Lovat Cup 2016-2020

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Women’s Camanachd Association

WCA

Women’s Camanachd Association National Division 1 (Overviews):

Women’s Camanachd Association Shinty National Division 1 2004-2005

Women’s Camanachd Association National Division 1 2016-2018

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Scottish Universities Shinty

Scottish Universities Shinty

Shinty Universities (Overviews)

Scottish Universities Shinty Men’s Division 2009-2011

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Welsh (British) Baseball

Welsh Baseball is a version of Rounders played primarily in South Wales, and also in Liverpool, where it is known as English Baseball. It is like a cross between Baseball, Rounders and Cricket. During the latter half of the 19th Century, the famous A.G. Spalding of Major League Baseball fame organised a Baseball Tour of England and Ireland, and in the process played a number of games against English and Welsh Rounders teams, who adopted some of the rules (such as tagging a playerout with the ball and two-handed batting). It kept the poles rather than flat bases and left the diamond in an irregular shape with all four sides unequal in length. Welsh Baseball also has a bat more like a Cricket Bat than a Baseball Bat, and it tapers towards the handle. According to sources in referenced in the articles below, Irish immigrants to Liverpool and South Wales were numerous among the Working Classes playing the game in the 20th Century. It is still played in South Wales and Liverpool but is now mostly a Children’s and Teenagers Game.

Welsh Ladies Baseball Union

Wrlsh Ladies Baseball Union

WLBU Premier Divison Overviews:

Welsh Ladies Baseball Union Premier Division 2012-2018

WLBU Division 1 Overviews:

Welsh Ladies Baseball Union Division 1 2012-2018

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Welsh Baseball Union

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WBU Premier Division (Overviews):

Welsh Baseball Union Premier Division 2012-2014

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Basque Pelota

Pelota is the Traditional Game of the Basque People of Sourthwest France and North Central Iberia (Spain). Their language is the oldest in Europe, and the only non-Indo-European language left in Western Europe according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, and therefore with some justification the Basques refere to themselves as the only Native Europeans. The sport is similar to the GAA and European game of Handball, played with a curved glove which is used to propel the ball off one of two perpendicluar walls on a four-sided court, with the other two sides open.

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ASPE Pelota (Basque Country)

ASPE Pelota;

ASPE Pelota (Basque Country)

Campeonato Cuatro y Medio (4 & 1/2) Finals:

ASPE Pelota Campeonato Cuatro y Medio de Lep.M 2000-Present

ASPE Pelota Campeonato Manomanista Lep.M (Seasons):

2019

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FFPB Pilote Basque (Biarritz-France)

FFPB Pilote Basque

FFPB Pilote Basque (Biarritz)

FFPB Pilote Basque Fronton (Standings):

FFPB Pilote Basque Fronton Place Libre Pala Championnat de France Nationale A Group A 2015-2018

FFPB Pilote Basque Trinquet (Standings):

FFPB Pilote Basque Trinquet Paleta Pilote de Cuir Championnat de France National A Groupe A 2015-2019

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Eton Fives

Eton Fives is a variation on the game of Handball, first played in Ireland, and the origins of Eton Fives go back to Medieval Peasants playing the gamea against the wall of the chapel at Eton College, where there is a handrail down one side. The first court was built in Eton in 1840, by the Headmaster, Dr. Hawtrey. In 1877 AC Ainger drew up the first rules of the game.

Eton Fives Association

EFA League

Eton Fives Association League (Overviews):

Eton Fives Association League Division 1 2010-2020

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Medieval British Football & Hurling

According to later legend Celtic Britons played the Romans at a game of Football in Derbyshire on Shrove Tuesday AD 217 after a battle. These games of Football had no formal rules, or numbers per side and are also known as Medieval or Mob Football with the objective usually to get theball back to a base at either your own teams end or the opposing teams. Variations on the theme include Uppies & Downies (those living up the hill versus those living down the hill) and Town versus Country. These sports are also known in Continental Europe. In Britain these days they are mainly played in the Celtic fringes of England and Scotland: Cornish Hurling in Cornwall, Manx Cammag in the Isle of Man, Orkney Ba Game in the Orkney Islands, Shaking the Hales in Northumberland, Uppies & Downies in Cumbria, and the Shrovetide Game in Derbyshire. Other games include Eton Fives, a version of Handball first played in the Meddle Ages by Peasants against the Church Walls at Eton College, with a handrail providing an obstacle down one side.

Medieval British Football & Hurling

Manx Cammag; Cornish Hurling; Cumbrian Uppies & Downies;

Manx Cammag

Manx Cammag North v South on St. Stephen’s Day 2015-Present

Cornish Hurling (Hurling the Silver Ball):

Cornish Hurling Town v Country Shrove Tuesday at St Columb 1950-2005

Shrovetide Football

Ashbourne Shrovetide Football 217 AD-Present

Alnwick Shrove Tuesday Football (Northumberland Medieval Football)

Uppies & Downies

Kirkwall Ba’ Game (Orkney Uppies and Doonies)

Workington Uppies & Downies (Cumbrian Medieval Football)

Medieval Football Teams

Medieval Football Teams

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Breton Gaelic Football

Within Europe GAA, there are two Countries / Regions where the Gaelic Football is played entirely by Natives in small towns and villages like in Ireland: Brittany (NW France) and Galicia (NW Iberia – Spain/Portugal). These two Celtic Countries both have Men’s and Women’s Leagues played on a weekly basis, rather than in tournaments like in the other World Games Counties.

Lig Breizhat Mell-droad Gouezelek – Ligue Bretonne de Football Gaelique

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Brittany GAA Lig Breizhat Mell-droad Gouezelek – Ligue Bretonne de Football Gaelique (Overviews)

Brittany GAA Brittany Gaelic Football League Men 2011-2014

Brittany GAA Brittany Gaelic Football League Men Division 1 2015-2019

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Galician Gaelic Football

Within Europe GAA, there are two Countries / Regions where the Gaelic Football is played entirely by Natives in small towns and villages like in Ireland: Brittany (NW France) and Galicia (NW Iberia – Spain/Portugal). These two Celtic Countries both have Men’s and Women’s Leagues played on a weekly basis, rather than in tournaments like in the other World Games Counties.

Galician Gaelic Football League –

Liga Galega de Fútbol Gaélico

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AGFG – Liga Galega de Fútbol Gaélico Men’s Division 1

Galicia GAA Galician Gaelic Football League Men’s Division 1 2013-2019

AGFG – Liga Galega de Fútbol Gaélico Men’s Division 2

Galicia GAA Galician Gaelic Football League Men’s Division 2 2015-2017

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Manx Cammag

Manx Cammag 2015

Manx Cammag

North v South

Manx Cammag | North v South on St. Stephen’s Day

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Cornish Hurling

Cornish Hurling at St. Columb Major

Cornish Hurling

Town v Country

Cornish Hurling (Hurling the Silver Ball):

Cornish Hurling Town v Country Shrove Tuesday at St Columb 1950-2005

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