New South Wales GAA

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New South Wales
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Nickname(s): Waratahs
County colours: Sky Blue and Navy
Ground(s): Princes Park, Auburn
Standard kit

The New South Wales Board (Irish: Cumann Lúthchleas Gael, Coiste An Bhreatain Bheag Nua ó Dheas) or New South Wales GAA is a division of the Australasian Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), and is responsible for Gaelic games in New South Wales, Australia. The board is also responsible for the New South Wales state team.

The board contains clubs from Sydney and Wollongong, playing Gaelic football, hurling and camogie. The games are played at Princes Park in Auburn.

The 2008 New South Wales Senior Football Champions were Cormac McAnallan's, who defeated Young Irelands by 3-08 to 1-12.

Gaelic football clubs[edit]

  • Young Ireland Sydney
  • Michael Cusacks
  • Penrith Gaels
  • Cormac McAnallan's
  • Wollongong Leprachauns
  • Clan na Gael

Hurling clubs[edit]

  • Michael Cusack's
  • St Pat's
  • Shamrocks
  • Central Coast

Women's Gaelic football clubs[edit]

  • Clan na Gael
  • Michael Cusack's
  • Central Coast
  • Cormac McAnallan's (formerly Irish Aussies)


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