Gaelic Games - Other Gaelic Games

Other Gaelic Games

Other Gaelic games such as Gaelic athletics have nearly or completely died out, When founded the GAA organised a number of Gaelic athletics competitions but passed the responsibility to the National Athletic and Cycling Association in 1922. Tailteann Games with Gaelic athletics where held until 1932.

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