Despite the high temperatures, there were three games on the field last Saturday–and there will be more this much cooler weekend too.
It’s the first full season on the Philly GAA’s beautiful new fields in Limerick, PA. Here’s where the action is.
When a young physical therapist moved from Pittsburgh to Philly, he joined the local hurling club. It didn’t take long before he had persuaded four of his colleagues to join in the fun.
While the big kids played on fields nearby, the wee ones took to the football field at Cardinal O’Hara to have a lot of often disorganized fun, playing Gaelic football and hurling—and probably laying the groundwork for the future of Gaelic games in Philly. Come check out our many pics.
It was cold. It was wet. It was dark. It was hurling practice, regardless.
The popular Delco Gaels’ fundraiser is coming back to the Springfield Country Club on February 20. Get your tickets now. They go fast.