GAA in Asia

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Indochina Gaelic Games 2017

Drone footage of Hanoi Gaelic Football Cup - Spring 2017 last weekend. Can you spot your runs?

Clubs

Bangkok
(Thailand)

Beijing
(China)

Canton
(China)

Daegu Fianna
(S. Korea)

Dalian Wolfhounds
(China)

Hong Kong
(China S.A.R)

India Wolfhounds
(India)

Jakarta
(Indonesia)

Japan GAA
(Japan)

Laochra Busan
(S. Korea)

Myanmar Celts
(Myanmar)

Orang Éire
(Malayasia)

Penang Pumas
(Malayasia)

Seoul Gaels
(S. Korea)

Shanghai
(China)

Shenzhen Celts
(China)

Gaelic Lions
(Singapore)

Suzhou Eire Og
(S. Korea)

Taiwan Celts
(Taiwan)

Viet Celts
(Vietnam)

News

Asian County Board AGM

February 21, 2017
The Asian County Board had their recent AGM in Hong Kong and lots of great ideas discussed - the minutes
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IndoChina Cup in Hanoi

February 14, 2017
The highlight of the final for the Celts being the first score by a Blue Dragon lad – Lam –
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Pioneering Coverage Of International GAA

February 1, 2017
Never before has the GAA had such a wide spread of members across the world. From the Arctic Circle to
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Vietnam Inaugural Youth Games

January 20, 2017
A COUPLE of interested onlookers peered through the bushes that encircled the astroturf facilty where over 150 kids were playing
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Bernie Wins the Match

December 20, 2016
Remember the Kickstarter campaign for the rhyming picture book about Gaelic football? Well, the creators were successful in making the
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TOURNAMENTS

South Asian Games

After the great success of the inaugural Indochina Gaelic Games in Hanoi.. this year's South Asian Gaelic Games will be heading further south to Saigon on May 20th. Many thanks to ThaiGAA for hosting the last two tournaments. They now pass the torch to the Viet Celts who will undoubtedly keep the SAGs as a date not to miss both on and off the field.

Saigon, Vietnam
> Saturday - 20th May 2017

All China Gaelic Games

This year the All China Gaelic Games head back to Beijing. This will be Beijing GAA's 2nd year hosting the competition after taking up the reigns from Hong Kong. Always a closely fought battle with between some of Asia's GAA stalwarts. Never one to disappoint the neutral spectator.

Beijing, China
> TBC - June 2017

North Asian Gaelic Games

Chairman Joe's own Seoul Gaels are responsible this year for delivering the North Asian Gaelic Games. Will they produce a magnificent stadia to equal that of Busan last year? There are a few teams that still think they can fill such a theatre with their Gaelic game prowess. Roll on July.

Seoul, South Korea
> TBC - July 2017