Welcome to GAA Rounders

GAA Rounders is one of the four official GAA sports, along with Gaelic Football, Hurling and Handball. Rounders has been a GAA Sport from the origin of the GAA and was included in the original GAA Charter back in 1884.

It is played by all age groups, from national school children all the way to and including senior level. There are both mixed teams where Boys and Girls, as well as Men and Women can play on the same team, as well as seperate teams for Males & Females. As Rounders is a limited contact sport, it is perfect for both recreational and competitive play. It also draws on a different set of skills than the conventional GAA games and is very good for developing hand-eye coordination. 



Hector Takes Time out for Rounders

Hector Goes GAA featuring a Rounders exhibition game filmed in Semple Stadium aired on Monday 7th April on RTE 1at 9.35pm.

If you missed it, you can still catch on the RTE Player

RTE Player - Hector Goes GAA

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GAA Rounders Strategic Plan

Launched in 2013 by GAA President Liam Ó Néill and Rounders President Joe O’Donoghue at Croke Park. The GAA Rounders Strategic Plan outlines how we will develop our sport from 2013-2016.

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