15 a side European Championship comes around once a year. The winners go on to face their British counterparts.
Championship team return to winning ways They say winning is a habit. It’s a habit this team and this club have become especially familiar with over the past number of years. Not finishing the day at least in the final of a tournament has come to represent a failure. With our 3rd place finish afterContinue reading “Amsterdam competition round up”
Belgium GAA were the team to represent Europe in the inaugural GAA World Games in Abu Dhabi. Here’s an account of how it went for the men.
The season is under way and, if training’s anything to go by, it’s going to be a good one. Colin Byrne, who recently took up office as Chairperson of Belgium GAA, gets us going with his foreword to the season. He looks back on how far Belgium GAA has come as a club, the acheivements ofContinue reading “BELGIUM GAA ABÚ (DHABI)”
I’m robbing and reposting with presumed permission from the wonderful Nicole Pacheco – hero, legend, all-star. Ms. Pacheco secured sponsorship for us to go to Birmingham this year (THANK YOU!) and has been a phenomenal force to be reckoned with this year, on and off the pitch. Here are her words about what playing GAAContinue reading “Nickkie, Voxing and sponsoring, and being an all-round legend.”
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On Saturday, the mens and ladies Gaelic football teams from Belgium GAA were crowned the European Champions for 2014. The ladies continued their long history of success in this competition. Their quality and dominance is unparalleled and incredible. It was also great preparation for the ladies as they…
I’m going to tell you a story about my family. Its a fairly typical one. I think that all Irish families have family members across the world (American cousins with impossibly straight teeth, who come to Ireland annually and want to spend time in the “homestead” – what is that when its at home?), butContinue reading “A story of home from home from home …”
History in the making, as Belgium Ladies Footballers debut in the All-Ireland Championship Belgium Ladies Footballers will take on Wolfe Tones of Liverpool in the preliminary round of the All-Ireland Junior championship on Saturday in Parc na hEireann, Birmingham. It will be the first time a team from Europe will compete in the All-IrelandContinue reading “Birmingham beckons Belgium GAA”
The ladies playing in Maastricht have a treat in store…not only are we playing 15a side football (whoooot) *BUT* sex-god, international man star, and RTE sports pundit to the stars, Des Cahill will be at the sports park west in Maastricht today. Expect breathless updates and stalker like photos from a distance. *love” Des!
Going to play football in Maastricht, but only have to play one match, for one hour, with thirty players on a really big pitch! What is this madness? It’s the start of the Junior Ladies Football Championship for Belgium GAA a lady, that’s what it is. Tomorrow at 2pm in Maastricht Belgium GAA ladies footballersContinue reading “Maidens march to Maastricht”