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Kelly said: "The Gaelic Athletic Association has played a key role in the Peace Process in Northern Ireland, fostering better relations between Ireland and the UK.
Teams from as far as Ireland, South Africa and India will be drawn alongside clubs from all over the GCC region, and six referees will also be flown in from Ireland along with special guests; Helen O'Rourke, the CEO of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association and Aidan Grimes, the youth development officer of the European Gaelic Athletic Association Board.
2006: The Gaelic Athletic Association agreed to allow Croke Park to be used to stage football and rugby union matches.
Summary: DUBAI -- Etihad Airwayst had forged a new, long-term strategic partnership with Ireland's Gaelic Athletic Association on Thursday.
The programme is being organised in association with the Leinster Council of the Gaelic Athletic Association and Dublin City University, where Curran is in her third year of a Sports Science and Health degree.
Presented by the Qatar Gaelic Athletic Association, champions Qatar Oryx Team A aims to continue its winning spree as it goes up against teams from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
THE hierarchy of Ireland's Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) yesterday made peace with the British establishment when the Queen set foot on the hallowed turf of its Dublin headquarters.
The "Bloody Sunday" of November 21, 1920 saw 14 people killed by British forces at Croke Park when they fired on a crowd of thousands of spectators at a Gaelic football, the president of the Gaelic Athletic Association, told the queen, who listened intently.