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GAA for adult beginners Dublin

  • 22-06-2019 8:36pm
    Registered Users Posts: 63 ✭✭ blithe

    Hi all,
    Came across a thread on this topic once but it was already a few years old, so thought I might start a new one.
    Did a bit of gaelic at primary school (both football and camogie) and then didn't touch it again until this year in college, when i signed up for an introduction to gaelic football four-week course (the only Irish person there apart from the instructor!) and really enjoyed it.
    Since then I've been thinking that i'd really love to keep the football up in a social/casual setting somewhere around Dublin. I'd also really love to try camogie again.
    Does anyone know of any clubs in the Dublin area that run camogie classes for adult beginners or social football leagues?
    Thanks everyone in advance!


  • Registered Users Posts: 482 ✭✭ Innervision

    Would be interested to know this too!

  • Registered Users Posts: 6,665 ✭✭✭ Bonniedog

    Don't think any clubs would turn you away!

    Lots of women's football and camogie and a lot of it is at modest levels. I know a few who only started playing football in their 30s and really enjoy it. Any reasonable level of fitness would see you right.