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         Gaelic Football:     more books (100)
  1. Gaelic Games, Nationalism and the Irish Diaspora in the United States by Paul Darby, 2010-03-05
  2. The Ultimate Guide to Gaelic Football by Gavin Mortimer, 2008
  3. In Praise of Football by Gabriel Fitzmaurice, 2009-09-02
  4. The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Gaelic Football and Hurling by Martin Breheny, Donal Keenan, 2001-12
  5. Rucks, Mauls and Gaelic Football by Moss Keane, 2006-05-16
  6. Gaelic Football's Top 20 (Mainstream Sport) by Colm Keane, 2004-08-01
  7. Gaelic Football Seasons: Derry Football Seasons, Derry Football Season 2008, Derry Football Season 2009, Derry Football Season 2007
  8. GAA Quiz Book 2: Another 2,000 Gaelic Football and Hurling Questions (Bk. 2) by Christy O'Connor, 2008-10-06
  9. All About Gaelic Football (v. 1) by Gerry Grogan & Tim Fitzpatrick, 2005-02-19
  10. A History of Gaelic Football by Jack Mahon, 2001-08
  11. Giants of Gaelic Football: All-Time Greats -- Illustrated with Photographs by Og o Ceallachain; Sean, 2008
  12. History of Gaelic Football by Eoghan Corry, 2009-10
  13. Paidi: The Life of Gaelic Football Legend Paidi O'Se by Sean Potts, 2001-11
  14. GAA Quiz Book: Over 2,000 Gaelic Football And Hurling Questions by Christy O'Connor, 2007-10-01

1. SF Ulster Gaelic Football
2004 Fixtures. Results. Club History. Contact Us Guest Book Links

2. Hurling And Gaelic Football
s of both games, including a list of past champions.......
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The Summer Alternative from Ireland:
Gaelic Games: Hurling and Gaelic Football
gaelic football hurling links Have you ever wondered how football (soccer) would look like without offside?
Then try to watch the spectacular Gaelic games Hurling and Gaelic Football which set their highlights just when football (soccer) takes its time out: in the European summer. Although the two sports are also played in clubs, the highlight is the yearly All Ireland Championships for the 33 county selections.
Ireland is divided in 4 provinces Connacht, Leinster, Munster, and Ulster (which is Northern Ireland). Those are divided again into an unequal number of counties (Connacht 6, Leinster 12 (incl. Dublin), Munster 6, Ulster 9).
First the provinces determine their champions, then those play off the All Ireland Championship.
Those county rivalries are also a journey into the past for football fans, as passion more than money characterizes the games. Both sports are said to be very old, the championships in today's form more than 100 years.

3. Irish Australians Gaelic Football Club
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4. Shamrocks Gaelic Football Club
Shamrocks. gaelic football Club. Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Gaelic Football Club
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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League doldrums ruin a good start 24 May 2004 - Despite booking a place in Gaelic Football’s Brisbane Shield final next month, Shamrocks are in the midst of its worst start to the Queensland League senior mens campaign in at least seven years. Full story and League scores and ladders Register on-line for 2004 Shamrocks are still looking for new players - mens and ladies - aged 15-50 for the 2004 season. Training is Tuesday nights. Complete this form to register your interest. Mary wins All-Ireland final 31 Dec 2003 - Former Shamrocks player and Australiasian all-star Mary Kelleher, back home in Cork, won the All-Ireland junior club championship final. Full story and pictures soon Eoin wins All-Ireland championship 30 Nov 2003 - Former Shamrocks player Eoin Mulligan, just three seasons after winning the Queensland championship with Shamrocks, wins the All-Ireland senior championship with Tyrone. Full story soon Brad wins annual awards 31 Oct 2003 - Brad Kennedy leads the Shamrocks scoring and wins annual awards for both club and state. Full story soon.

5. The Ladies Gaelic Football Association Of Ireland - Home Page
Welcome to the official web site of the ladies gaelic football association in Ireland
HOME NEWS PLAYER INFO GENERAL INFO ... FORUM The Ladies Gaelic Football Association of Ireland:
Cusack Stand, Croke Park, Dublin 3.
01 8363156(W), 01 8363111(fax), 087 2585958(M), email:

6. Gaelic Football, Hurling Are Irish Passions
Few things arouse Irish passions like the fastpaced, hard-hitting sports of hurling and gaelic football. More than just athletic pastimes, they occupy a unique place in the history and culture of
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Gaelic Football, Hurling are Irish Passions Brian Handwerk
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Updated March 17, 2003
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 Kids News The Environment Travel National Geographic Channel Special Series Emerging Explorers TravelWatch National Geographic Out There Oceans ... Pulse of the Planet "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.

7. Welcome To Derrytresk Online - Derrytresk Gaelic Football Club - Tyrone GAA - Ir
Tyrone GAA Welcome to Derrytresk gaelic football Club Online, find out the latest news and fixtures going on in Derrytresk.
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    Welcome to Derrytresk Online
    Welcome to Derrytresk Online. We hope to provide you information currently happening within the club. We are always glad to receive feedback, so don't be afraid to drop us a line. Latest news - 25/05/2004 Football
    The seniors and reserves both had two matches last weekend. On Friday night (21st May) Stewartstown were the visitors. Derrytresk played some of their best football this season and were in front until the last ten minutes when Stewartstown scored a goal which turned the result on its head. As if this wasn't bad enough we lost a number of players from this match through injury which meant a severely depleted team travelled to Glenelly on Sunday (23rd May). The seniors therefore suffered their second defeat of the weekend at the hands of Glenelly. Despite this the lads played with plenty of heart and never gave up to the final whistle.
    This Sunday (30th May) Urney are the visitors to Derrytresk. Match times, reserves 2.15pm and seniors 3.45pm.

8. Greenwood Gaelic Football Club. Perth, Western Australia
Contact us. gaelic football RULES REGULATIONS. AUSTRALASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 2003 Representatives from Greenwood gaelic football Club Tracey Ward, Andrea Clarey, Gemma De Knock, Renae
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Perth, Western Australia. WELCOME Celebrating 25 years! Training Games Our Committee Australsian Games ... Contact us
T o all our Greenwood members who travelled to Sydney in
October this year with the WA State Teams. Renae Campbell was named Captain and Andrea Gilbey as Vice Captain for the Women's Team. Also representing Greenwood were:
Gemma De Knock, Lisa Ammoscato, Jane Padgett, Lydia Padgett,
Special mention to Renae, Gemma and Lydia on their selection in the
2003 Australasian Squad. Representing Greenwood for the Mens WA Team were Matt Sullivan, Eoin Carrberry, Congratulations to Andrew on being named Vice Captain. Jason Haynes was the only Greenwood member represented on the WA Minors Team. It was a challenging campaign for our travelling squads this year. All States proving tough competition. NSW defeated WA in the Women's Semi Finals by only 2 points and SA beating the WA Men by 1 point in their Semi. The tournament ended for the WA Minors in the Semis going down to SA by 1 point. Well Done!

9. Garryowen Gaelic Football And Hurling Club
History, news, and pictures of the teams.

10. Gaelic Football And Hurling Association Of South Australia

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Competitions, results, articles, pictures, and championships.
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12. Hurling Und Gaelic Football
Translate this page Die Irische Alternative für den Sommer Hurling und gaelic football. gaelic football. Das Feld ist einige Meter größer als ein Fussballplatz.
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Hurling und Gaelic Football gaelic football hurling links
Hurling und Gaelic Football
Jene bestehen wiederum aus einer ungleiche Anzahl von Grafschaften (Connacht 6, Leinster 12 (inkl. Dublin), Munster 6, Ulster 9).
Zuerst bestimmen die Provinzen ihren Meister, dann spielen jene um den All Ireland Titel.
Beide Sportarten werden, so sagt man seit Ewigkeiten gespielt, die Meisterschaften in heutiger Form seit mehr als 100 Jahren.
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Die letzten 5 Gewinner:
1994 Down (from Ulster), 1995 Dublin (Leinster), 1996 Meath (Leinster), 1997 Kerry (Munster), 1998 Galway (Connacht) Die Meister 1999 der vier Provinzen:
Ulster: Armagh Munster: Cork Connacht: Mayo (vice All Irish champions 96 and 97, defeated Galway here) Leinster: Meath Diese vier ermitteln den All Irish Champion: Halbfinalspiele am 22./29.8.: Cork - Mayo Armagh - Meath Finale am 26.9.: gaelic football hurling links back to top HURLING (Siehe Gaelic Football Die 1999 Provinz-Sieger: Ulster: Antrim (spielt Leinster Vize Offaly in Viertel-finals) Leinster: Kilkenny Connacht: Galway (spielt Munster Vize Clare in Viertel-finals) Halbfinale (15./22.8.) Cork-Antrim/Offaly, Kilkenny-Galway/Clare

13. St. Vincents Toronto Gaelic Football Club
History, fixtures, pictures, and articles.

14. Gaelic Football Page
The gaelic football Page has some interesting facts about the very popular Irish game of gaelic football. It also has a summary of the rules of the game. gaelic football. You are listening to "The Leaving of Liverpool" If you are unfamiliar with the game of gaelic football, you can read about the rules of the
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This page has some interesting facts about the popular Irish game of Gaelic Football.
Rules of the Game
If you are unfamiliar with the game of Gaelic Football, you can read about the rules of the game here: Gaelic Football Rules
Gaelic Football Trivia
** The greatest number of All-Ireland Championships won by one team is 30, by Kerry between 1903 and 1986. ** The most finals contested by an individual is 10, including 8 wins, by the Kerry players Pat Spillane, Paudie O'Shea and Denis Moran, 1975-76, 1978-82, 1984-86. ** The highest team score in a final is when Dublin beat Armagh by a score of 27 (5 goals,12 points) to 15 (3 goals, 6 points) on September 25, 1977. ** The highest individual score in an All-Ireland final has been 2 goals, 6 points by Jimmy Keaveney (Dublin) v Armagh in 1977, and by Michael Sheehy (Kerry) v Dublin in 1979.
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15. GAELIC FOOTBALL Information On SPORTQuest
One stop resource for all the information on gaelic football, with links to events, rules, news, clubs and more.
Gaelic Football Clubs and Teams Rules and Regulations
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Tel: 613-231-SIRC Fax: 613-231-3739

16. Na Fianna San Diego Ladies Gaelic Football Club Homepage
Fixtures, results, events, newsletter, and pictures of the San Diego, CA based club.

17. Gaelic Football Clubs And Teams On SPORTQuest
gaelic football Clubs and Teams. Clan na nGael Ladies gaelic football-SF (Eng) Clan na nGael is a junior ladies football team based out of San Francisco, CA. Football&cat=All Topics

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19. Gaelic Football: PointMe.To It
Provides link to various leagues and types of football around the world. Includes links to the America, Australian, Canadian, and Gaelic styles of fotoball gaelic football. U.S. Leagues/Teams. International Leagues/Teams Canadian Football. gaelic football can be described as a mixture of soccer and rugby, although it predates both of
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.

20. QUB LGFC Main Page
News, history, rules, and pictures of the Belfast club.
Welcome to QUB Ladies Gaelic Football Club Links

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