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GAA National Recreational Games

                                                    Want to play GAA in a brand new way!? 

     Want to make friends, have fun and get fit? Why not try GAA National Recreational Games?

The GAA Strategic Plan 2015 - 2017, includes a key goal to increase participation in Hurling, Gaelic Football, Handball and Rounders across the Association. Recreational versions of each game, based on our traditional games, are being developed but with adapted rules and modified equipment to be inclusive of all abilities. The core aim of GAA Recreational Games is to provide participation opportunities for all adult members and non members of the GAA in a social, recreational and fun environment. 

In the coming weeks, in partnership with GAA Rounders Committee,  GAA Recreational Rounders is getting into full swing! Check out the upcoming events below and get yourself, your colleagues or all your family aged 12 years and upwards out to play a schoolyard favourite with a twist!


If you think that you would like to know more, follow the link to take a look at our GAA Recreational Rounders Rules Summary

Or take a closer look at the complete version of the GAA Recreational Rounders Playing Rules

Download the Parental Consent Form to make sure you can take part.


For further information on any of our GAA  National Recreational Games, please contact

Aideen Howlin -  National Games Development Participation Coordinator

E Mail -

Phone - 01 865 8639

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