Societies

Gaelic Football, Hurling & Camogie



RGU GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association) train twice a week catering for players of all abiilities and experience and are always looking for new members. Current 4 in a row mens & 2 in a row ladies Scottish league champions. We compete in Scottish competitions in semester 1 and our season culminates in semester 2 when we travel south and compete in the men's & ladies British championships.

Committee:
President: Alan Camon
Vice-President: Emma Martin
Treasurers: Ciara Downey & Thomas Tunney

Regular events include:
Scottish 7's
Scottish league
Sigerson Qualifiers
British Championships


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