Our Social Games programme is for those keen to enjoy Gaelic Games outside the traditional competitive structures of the GAA. They are a great way to get fit, have fun and meet new people.
The games allow incidental contact only (to minimise risk of injury) so skills are to the fore over physicality. So regardless of whether you are a recently retired great, a lapsed player looking to reconnect with the game you once loved, or completely new to Gaelic Games and looking to try your hand at a bit of Camogie, Football, Hurling, Handball or Rounders.
Here are some of the benefits of playing social GAA games:
- Get fit and stay active. Social GAA games are a great way to get your heart rate up and burn calories.
- Have fun and meet new people. Social GAA games are a great way to have fun and socialise with other people. They’re a great way to meet new people and make friends.
- Support your local GAA club. When you play social GAA games, you’re not only getting fit and having fun, you’re also supporting your local GAA club. Our club is an important part of the community and we rely on the support of our members.
So if you’re looking for a fun and active way to get involved in your community, then Carryduff GAC’s social games are perfect for you. Come along and give them a try!