First Winner of Belgium GAA Lotto

Just a few short months after the introduction of the Belgium GAA lotto, we are proud to announce that the jackpot has been won for the very first time. Amounting to €1,300 in the month of May, it was won by fiery Canadian club member Adrian Hiel (pictured wearing his trademark ‘game face’). Said HielContinue reading “First Winner of Belgium GAA Lotto”

Another disappointing day for Belgium – Benelux, Round 2

The men of Belgium fielded 2 teams for the second Benelux tournament of the European season, and hopes were high that a resurgent Belgium A would improve on the disappointing performance in Amsterdam, where an under-strength side finished bottom of the pile. Six teams were divided into two groups: Group 1: Amsterdam, Belgium B, TheContinue reading “Another disappointing day for Belgium – Benelux, Round 2”

Report reveals Killer Bees let loose in Europe

Saturday saw the kickoff proper of the Belgium GAA B-team’s foray into the Benelux tournament. The panel, which was a mix of youth and age, was: Aonghus Martin – Johnny Conor – Alan Dave – Dominic Ruairi – Ollie Bobby – MikeyBaínisteoir: Conan Conan and Dave had us well prepared for the day. We hadContinue reading “Report reveals Killer Bees let loose in Europe”

Amsterdam Tournament – Benelux Round 1

  The Belgian GAA team had an inauspicious start to the 2009 season on the first Saturday of April as they returned empty handed following the 2 hour trip to Amsterdam. Observers of the days events may have thought the Belgian lads had sampled some of the city’s famous wares the night before but, alas,Continue reading “Amsterdam Tournament – Benelux Round 1” Dear Friends, this weekend, Belgium GAA is participating in the largest St Patrick’s Day celebrations ever to hit Brussels. Many of you will be playing and helping out on the day, but in the meantime, we need to get the word out to as many people as possible! Tell your friends, partners, colleagues, everyone!Continue reading “”

Inaugural Belgium GAA Invitational Tournament a great success

A unique celebration of Gaelic football took place in Brussels last weekend as teams from Clare Island and Coventry travelled to the “Capital of Europe” for the inaugural Belgium GAA Invitational Tournament. A Mayo connection binds all 3 teams together: Roger Casements of Coventry and Belgium GAA, the 2008 European Football Champions, have players ofContinue reading “Inaugural Belgium GAA Invitational Tournament a great success”

Bomber loses out to Hill-Dog in Belgium GAA Shocker

Breaking News: In a shock development that has rocked the world of European Gaelic Games, Belgium GAA’s star full-forward Maria “The Bomber” Brosnan today (March 6th) lost her place to Hillary “Hill-Dog” Clinton, who arrived in Brussels on a cloud of scandal and opprobrium. Sources close to the Belgium Ladies’ revealed that Clinton has beenContinue reading “Bomber loses out to Hill-Dog in Belgium GAA Shocker”