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Welcome to NSW gaelic Football and Hurling Association of Australasia website NSW was one of the first associations to organise gaelic games locally within the region

New South Wales GAA is part of the Australasian GAA board and are pround to be the state with the biggest player base with over 700 registered players each year competing in mens and ladies football, hurling and are delighted to host the only camogie competition in Australasia.

This player base is broken into 6 mens football teams, 4 hurling teams, 4 ladies football teams and 2 camogie teams, with contact details via the clubs link on the navagation bar.

The playing calander runs from February through to October, comencing with various pre season one day competitions including the 7-a-side competition in Melbourne in early February, 10-a-side competion in Wollongong in early March and the always eagery awaited 15-a-side competition hosted 2 hours north of Sydney by the Central Coast club in Gosford towards the end of March.

All league and championship games are played each Sunday from April - September at Mona Park, Auburn in Sydneys western suburbs (directions can be found via the location link on the navigation bar). The league starts in April running to June and this is followed by the championship which takes place in July/August.

The year culminates with each state sending their best players to the Australasian GAA state games, hosted by a different Australasian City each year where states battle it out to be kings of Australasia. The competition was hosted in Sydney in 2007 and comprised of teams from Auckland, Wellington, Hobart, Western Australia, South Australia, Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales. An "Australiasian All-Stars" team is picked for each code, comprising of the players who performed best during the state games, judged by an independant panel. To read more see the State games link.