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Social League completed for 2018
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Gerard Ivory, captain of the Tasmanian men's team, the Pademelons, in action at the Australasian Regional Championships, November 2017.
Welcome to the Tasmanian Gaelic Football and Hurling Association.
Established in 2007, we promote and administer Gaelic sports on the beautiful island of Tasmania, Australia. We are an incorporated non-profit association run by volunteers.

Our aim is to provide a safe and enjoyable playing environment for players of varying ages and abilities to participate in Gaelic sports.

We are affiliated with the Gaelic Football and Hurling Association of Australasia and, in turn, the worldwide Gaelic Athletic Association family.

We look forward to helping you participate in Gaelic sports as a player, coach, official, spectator or supporter. Although we are a small organisation, we do our best to provide a positive experience for all our members.

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Our next events:
  1. TBC
    Date Time Stadium City
  2. St Patrick's Day
    St Patrick's Day
    Sunday 17 March
    Date Time Stadium City
    all day
    Irish Murphy's
What's Happening
Welcome to our Gaelic football season for 2018-9.

Here's what's going on:
Social League mixed football - A casual competition, the Social League is available to players of all abilities and levels and experience. It's all about fun and participation so come along and have a go. We start on Wed 14 November and play for six weeks. All matches are at Parliament St reserve in Sandy Bay. All players - 14 and up is the age group - need to be registered to play.
Pearse's 7s - Australia's largest lightning premiership, all the action takes place on Sunday 24 Feb 2019 at Gaelic Park in Melbourne. Please register your interest by contacting us.
St Patrick's Day weekend - We would like to play a challenge match against an interstate team on Saturday 16th March. Obviously we'd love to put out a strong side and get a win. Preference will be given to those who have trained and played the most this season. 

Our latest newsletter, November 2018 - click here to download.

GAA Newsletter for November 2018 - click here to read online. The club newsletter is produced by the worldwide governing body for Gaelic sports, the Gaelic Athletic Association. It features reports on GAA activities both in Ireland and overseas, including an article on proposed rule changes for men's football.