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Pub Trivia Night Fundraiser March 22

Posted on Mar 6, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Join us for a pub trivia night fundraiser on Saturday, March 22nd at the Heart & Crown Byward Market! In 2001, Julia Roberts won the Oscar for best actress. Who were the other nominees? Brazil has the largest of land mass of South American countries. Name the next three, in order, for one point each. If these trivial facts are bouncing around in your grey matter, then the Ottawa Gaels have got a night for you! We’re hosting a pub quiz night at Heart & Crown Byward Market on March 22nd at 7:00 PM. Teams of 4 or 6 are welcome, or we can match individuals to teams. Cost is $15 a player. Prizes for the top teams, spot prizes, as well as a raffle draw for more loot will be up for grabs! Get your team ready to tackle the following trivia categories: Sports & Entertainment...

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Youth Gaelic Football Session In Riverside South

Posted on Jul 6, 2014 in Ottawa Gaels, Youth Football | 0 comments

We are hosting a Gaelic Football introduction and training session in Riverside South. Bring out your kids – all ages welcome – to learn how to play this fast paced and exciting sport. The game draws on skills and aspects from many sports including soccer, basketball, volleyball and football. We are excited to be hosting Tom Murphy, a highly qualified coach from Ireland this summer to run our youth program. The sport is offered in the high school Phys Ed curriculum in Gr 7 & 8 at the Ottawa Catholic School Board is gaining more traction in the City. See this recent article that was published in the Community News. This video provides a good overview: Details What:          Gaelic Football intro and training session When:         Tuesday, July 8th from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Where:       St. Francis...

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Pat Kelly Receives International Award from Irish President

Posted on May 11, 2014 in Ottawa Gaels | 0 comments

The Ottawa Gaels founding father and successful Ottawa businessman Pat Kelly, from Co. Galway, Ireland was presented with the inaugural Presidential Distinguished Service Award for the Irish Abroad in the category of Arts, Culture and Sport on November 15th, 2012, . The President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, presented the award in Dublin, Ireland. Pat was among an esteemed group, one of 10 people from around the world — and the only Canadian — to be receive this prestigious award. In his remarks, the Irish President said to the recipients:  “I commend each and every one of you for your outstanding contribution to Ireland, for your commitment and dedication to Irish people and for the pride you have in our homeland.” Further he said of Pat’s contributions: “The network provided by the GAA is a magnificent example of how groups can be nurtured to...

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