Viewers in Calgary were treated to something different last night – a lil’ glimpse of Gaelic Football, courtesy of the Calgary Chieftains GAA club.
Global News broadcast a feature on the club and spoke to its members all about the sport and why it’s such an enjoyable spectacle.
“What we’re really pushing at the moment is Canadians and non-Irish people, and trying to get them into the club,” Calgary Chieftains chairman, James Doyle told viewers.
You can view the video below, and visit the Calgary Chieftains website for more details.
You can also search our resources on Moving2Canada for details of other GAA clubs across the country:
- Irish in Canada.
- Irish in Vancouver.
- Irish in Toronto.
- Irish in Calgary.
- Irish in Edmonton.
- Irish in Montreal.
Our Irish in Fort McMurray page also has links, which may be useful once it’s safe to return to the city.
Calgary Chieftains on Global News
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