Gaelic Football and Hurling, Ireland's two national sports, are the main sports associated with the GAA. Handball, Rounders and Camogie (the Hurling equivalent for women) are also associated with it.
You cannot play GAA. The GAA is an organisation, not a sport. It governs a number of sports including Gaelic Football, Hurling, Camogie, Handball and Rounders. The rules of those sports are all different.
No.. Football, hurling, camogie, handball snd rounders are the 5 gaa sports
To promote Irish sports and culture.
No. The GAA is the governing body of the sports of Gaelic Football and Hurling, as well as a number of other sports. The Football Association of Ireland runs soccer in Ireland.
Hurling Gaelic Football Handball Camogie Rounders
You will find the details of teams on the GAA website or the Mayo website or many of the newspaper websites in Ireland and Irish TV stations, in their sports sections. The GAA and Mayo GAA websites are below.
Mainly GAA- Gaelic football, football, hurling and rugby
No. Hurling, Camogie, Gaelic Football, Rounders and Handball all come under sports of the GAA. Soccer, rugby, golf and horse racing are not part of the GAA.
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The GAA encouraged people to play Gaelic Football and Hurling, Ireland's two main sports, and some other sports. They did not encourage people to play other sports such as soccer and rugby, because they were seen as foreign sports. The rules that banned people playing these other sports was removed in 1971.
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