Welcome to the website for Scotland Gaelic Games
Scotland GAA is a community based volunteer organisation promoting Gaelic
games, culture and lifelong participation. We are committed to active lifelong
participation and we reach out to include all members of our society. We promote individual development and well-being and strive to enable all our members achieve their fullÂ potential in their chosen roles
The new Gaelic Football season is here already and we are now into the second week of immigration solicitors fixtures. All clubs are still crying out for some fresh faces both young and old!!! There are five senior clubs with Glasgow Gaels and Tir Conaill Harps in Glasgow, Sands McSwinneys out in Coatbridge, Dunedin Connolly’s in Edinburgh and Dundee Dalriada Aberdeen and Dundee!
Check out the Fixtures and Results section if you want to be kept up-to-date or you fancy going to watch a game.
At underage level everyone is more than welcome at the three clubs, in Glasgow there is Tir Conaill Harps, Coatbridge have the medical bill consolidation Coatbridge Davitts and then Duniden Connolly’s in Edinburgh
If you need any information on Gaelic Games in Scotland please don’t hesitate to contact Scotland Games Development Officer Ronan McCarthy at Ronan.McCarthy.cda.scotland @gaa.ie
Scotland U14 Captain Connor McGuire gives a diary of Feile Peil na N’Og Corcaigh 2011. To see see the diary click here
Don’t worry if you missed the recent Removals to canada Ulster/ Scotland GAA Development Day. You can view the presentations from the day on ourPersonal Loan
On Saturday 9th July, the Scotland GAA County Board held a Development Day aimed at promoting and developing Gaelic Games within Scotland. pm prepcast review With Scotland recently twinned with Ulster GAA, officers from the Ulster Council facilited this day of seperate workshops
For details of the day visit the News Page
At the Feile Peil na N’Og the Scotland U14 squad just Xbox Live Code Generator missed out on a Semi FInal place in their division. After a fantastic victory over West Cork hosts Cill Na Martra, on ThursdayÂ the boys were narrowly pipped in their next two games in a very tough group. More photos and reports will follow later this wee