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Dublin GAA clubs

  • 07-09-2020 5:07pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 44 dublin_Horse
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    Hi there,


    Have been living in Dublin for about 10 years from the time I started in college. For various different reasons I find myself with little or no life beyond work & most of my friends have either moved away or relations have just fizzled out.


    I'm 29 and thinking of joining a GAA club in Dublin on the southside. My major concern is that 29 is a bit old to be joining a club. I am quite overweight and in the process of losing it so I would be using this as a way of making new friends and staying in shape.


    Any club recommendations.


    Thanks!


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  • Registered Users Posts: 2,028 ✭✭✭ Gael85
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    Hi there,


    Have been living in Dublin for about 10 years from the time I started in college. For various different reasons I find myself with little or no life beyond work & most of my friends have either moved away or relations have just fizzled out.


    I'm 29 and thinking of joining a GAA club in Dublin on the southside. My major concern is that 29 is a bit old to be joining a club. I am quite overweight and in the process of losing it so I would be using this as a way of making new friends and staying in shape.


    Any club recommendations.


    Thanks!


    Where are you living? St James Gaels/An Caislean always looking for new players. We have Division 11 team which is mostly of players who hadn't played for a few years. The lads train once a week.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,526 ✭✭✭ ArielAtom
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    Where are you living? That will determine what club you could join. All clubs will be welcoming to new members.


  • Registered Users Posts: 10,514 ✭✭✭✭ Realt Dearg Sec
    Registered User


    Gael85 wrote: »
    Where are you living? St James Gaels/An Caislean always looking for new players. We have Division 11 team which is mostly of players who hadn't played for a few years. The lads train once a week.

    And their neighbours Realt Dearg have a third string hurling team as well if you want to be a dual player.


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