More People, More Active, More Often
More People, More Active, More Often

GAA for All

The first line of the GAA official geode spells out how the GAA has a wide reach in communities across Ireland. The GAA is fully committed to the principles of inclusion and diversity at all levels. Inclusion essentially mean people having a sense of belonging. The GAA for All is a family of initiatives in the GAA encompassing wheelchair hurling and Camogie, Football for All, Fun and Run, All Star programme, Inclusive Clubs and intercultural activities. Meath LSP in partnership with Meath GAA aims to assist clubs in developing an inclusive team by providing advice, training and support to interested clubs. For info please contact Sports Inclusion Disability Officer Terry Donegan on

GAA For All
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