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Come and try
Gaelic Football
Wednesday 25 Oct, 5.30-7pm
Rugby Park
10 Selfs Pt Rd, New Town
This is an open session for new and old players to try out and have a kickaround. All welcome.
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.

Welcome back in 2017
Welcome to our Gaelic football season for 2017.
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 this year. So here's what's coming up:
Social Mixed football - resumes Sat 14 October with the Come-and-Try day, 4pm, Eastside Lutheran College. If you are not yet registered you need to take out the membership package. This will enable you to play in the competition which commences the following week and runs through until the end of the year.
Training - for the Tasmanian representative teams to play in the Australasian Regional Championships will commence on Wednesday 18 October. Venue to be advised.
Australasian Regional Championships - in its inaugural year is being hosted by Tasmania. This is a new tournament created by the Australasian GFHAA to provide more appropriate-level playing opportunities for teams from regional areas. Teams from SA, Victoria, NSW and Queensland and locked in so there's a lot to play for and we hope to field competitive Tasmanian sides in both the men's and women's divisions. The tournament will be on Saturday 18 November at Olinda Grove sportsgrounds, Mt Nelson.
International Rules Series - There's always a party when Australia take on Ireland in the international rules series. This year's matches are Sunday 12 November in Adelaide and Saturday 18 November in Perth. We have plans to get together to watch the games live so please stay tuned for details.