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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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Coaches Foundation Course – November 27th

Posted on Nov 4, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The Ottawa Gaels will be running a Gaelic Football coaching course on Sunday, November 27th, from 8am to 3:30pm at the Rideauview Community Centre. Many of you are already coaching our young athletes and this course will further strengthen your coaching resources. The Gaels want to encourage more seniors to get the training and join us on the field, as the feedback our club has received form the parents and the kids is that the youth really look up to us (especially the girls!) and are excited to be coached by senior players, who they see as role models. The Foundation Award is an official GAA certificate, and you can get more details at The Foundation Award is a theory and practical course so you are asked to bring gym clothes and sneakers. The Gaels will also provide...

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Marching In The Annual St Patrick’s Day Parade

Posted on Mar 5, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The Ottawa Gaels invite you to join us as we march in the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 14th, 2015. We’ll be meeting inside the front entrance of City Hall at 10am, which is where the parade route begins. The parade then heads West on Laurier before turning South on Laurier, finishing at Lansdowne park. We’re encouraging all Gaels athletes, fans, friends and family to march with us and to wear your Gaels jerseys, hoodies, training shirts and hats with pride! Following the parade, we’ll be gathering at St. Bridgid’s Centre for the Arts, to enjoy traditional Irish music and dancing. We’ll also have an information booth on-site. If you’d like to march with us, meet us at City Hall at 10am or send us an email at If you’ll be watching the parade, keep...

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Co-ed Recreational League Set for June

Posted on Jun 12, 2014 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

The Ottawa Gaels have organized a Co-ed Recreational League for  Senior and Youth teams, taking place each Saturday in the month of June. The sessions will feature 7 or 9 players a side, with 5-10 minutes spent on basic skills before beginning 10-15 minute games. Details June Co-ed Recreational League  Every Saturday in June,  (June 14, 21, 28) Youth League: 10am – 11am Senior League: 11am – Noon Location: Pierre Elliott Trudeau School, 2 Rue Millar, Hull, QC (see...

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