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Gaelic Football
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Sunday 21 May, 11am
Bellerive Oval
This is an open session as part of World Games Day. It only goes for an hour so please be there on time.
We also have a hurling activity between 2 and 3.
Welcome to the Tasmanian Gaelic Football and Hurling Association.
Check out some video from the Tassie 7s Blitz!
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.
We look forward to helping you participate in Gaelic sports as a player, coach, official, spectator or supporter.

LOCAL NEWS
Welcome back in 2017
Welcome to 2017, we hope you had a great end of year break.
As our player numbers don't appear to be enough to run separate men's and women's competitions, we are continuing with the Social Mixed football through January and February. So here's what's coming up:
Social Mixed football - resumes Sat 7 January, 3pm, North Chigwell. If you are not yet registered you can take out the half-season package and join us for the last 8 weeks of the season.
Training - resumes Wed 11 January, 5.30pm, Cornelian Bay. Come down for a midweek runaround to improve your skills and blow the cobwebs out!
Australia Day - Looking a little further ahead we will be doing a Gaelic footy activity at Kingston Beach on Australia Day, Thursday 26 January. Check out the page of A Day On The Beach as there is lots on so it'll be well worth a trip down. We're looking for both people to help run the skills clinic between 9-11 and 11-1 so please get in touch if you are keen. Free breakfast :-)
Irish Festival - We also have a big trip planned in March...we're going to be at the Westbury Irish Festival! This is a fantastic day of Irish music, dancing, food, culture and now sport. The TGFHA will be running a come-and-try clinic for all ages, followed by exhibition match of Gaelic football. The times are still to be confirmed with the organisers but we will have a very good set up at the new venue of Westbury Showgrounds. The Association will be providing transport assistance to Westbury so make a day (or even weekend) of it at Westbury Irish Festival, Saturday 11 March.
GAAGO tv packages - If you would like to watch Gaelic sports (via internet) in 2017, grab a GAAGO subscription. It includes over 100 matches from the Championship, Allianz League, U21, Minor and Club Championships plus every edition of The Sunday Game and exclusive documentaries and programmes. Use the promo code 097CS17 so that a proportion of your subscription goes to support the TGFHA. Sign up for GAAGO at https://gaago.rte.ie/packages
We look forward to catching up with you enjoying some more great sport and craic in 2017.