GAAGO: Watch GAA Games (Live & On Demand) on the online TV


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GAAGO: Watch GAA Games (Live & On Demand) on the online TV


The Gaelic Athletic Association is an Irish international amateur sporting and cultural organisation, focused primarily on promoting indigenous Gaelic games and pastimes, which include the traditional Irish sports of hurling, camogie, Gaelic football, Gaelic handball and rounders. Wikipedia
President: John Horan
Founder: Michael Cusack
Founded: November 1, 1884, Thurles, Republic of Ireland
Purpose: The management and promotion of Gaelic games, and promotion of Irish culture and language
Headquarters: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Subsidiaries: Dublin GAA, Tyrone GAA, Galway GAA, Cork GAA, MORE

On the 1 November 1884, a group of Irishmen gathered in the Hayes’ Hotel billiard room to formulate a plan and establish an organisation to foster and preserve Ireland’s unique games and athletic pastimes. And so, the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) was founded. The architects and founding members were Michael Cusack of County Clare, Maurice Davin, Joseph K. Bracken, Thomas St George McCarthy, a District Inspector in the Royal Irish Constabulary, P. J. Ryan of Tipperary, John Wise-Power, and John McKay.[8] Maurice Davin was elected President, Cusack, Wyse-Power and McKay were elected Secretaries and it was agreed that Archbishop Croke, Charles Stewart Parnell and Michael Davitt would be asked to become Patrons.

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In 1922 it passed over the job of promoting athletics to the National Athletic and Cycling Association

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Antrim GAA clubs

Carlow GAA clubs

Cork GAA clubs

Clare GAA clubs

Derry GAA clubs

Donegal GAA clubs

Dublin GAA clubs

Galway GAA clubs

Kerry GAA clubs

Kildare GAA clubs

Kilkenny GAA clubs

Laois GAA clubs

Limerick GAA clubs

Longford GAA clubs

Mayo GAA clubs

Meath GAA Football Clubs

Offaly GAA clubs

Tipperary GAA clubs

Tyrone GAA clubs

Sligo GAA clubs

Waterford GAA clubs

Wexford GAA clubs

Wicklow GAA
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