GAA Go Games are modified and small-sided versions of Gaelic games for children up to, and including, 11 years of age. They are organised on a blitz basis. The key underpinning principle is that every child gets a “Go” for the entire “Game”. For recommended GAA Go Games playing rules – Gaeilic football and hurling / camogie click here.
Click here for the Playing rules for Go Games Hurling and Gaelic Football which are provided by way of best practice recommendations and can be adapted to meet localised needs.
Click here for the Donaghmore Ashbourne Gaa – GoGames Committee Policy
Go Games Committee
Chairperson – Pat Daly – 086 839 2005 – email@example.com
Secretary – Caroline Butler – 087 685 7677 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Secretary – Martin Kelly – 086 046 3977
PRO – Niall O’Sullivan – email@example.com
Child Welfare Office – Martin Kelly – 086 046 3977
Go Games Mentors – Click here for Contacts.
What are Go Games :
GAA Activity Planner for Hurling and Football
Plan your own sessions with the help of the GAA Activity Planner click image.