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GAA NRG - 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 NRG?

GAA NRG is an innovative approach to organising and playing Gaelic games . The core aim of GAA NRG is to provide participation opportunities for all adult members and non members of the GAA in a social, recreational and fun environment. Each game, NRG Gaelic, NRG Hurling and NRG Rounders, are based on our traditional games but with adapted rules and modified equipment to be inclusive of all abilities. Whether you have played before or just want to start, a social and recreational GAA NRG is the league for you! Why not organise one today?

  • Leagues can run for 6 week periods, indoors or outdoors.
  • Teams can be made up of male and female players.
  • Players should be over 18 years of age and participate at their own risk.

For your Club, your Community or your College, why not get active, have fun and make friends; Organise a GAA NRG league today!

If you think that you might be interested in becoming involved, contact our National Games Development Participation Coordinator Aideen Howlin. 

E - mail: aideen.howlin@gaa.ie.

Telephone :01 8658639  



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