• Central Coast Gaelic Athletic Club is one of Sydney’s longest standing clubs with 2014 being its 33rd year in existence. The club is located in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and has 3 teams across all codes – Hurling, Ladies Football and Camogie.
• In the clubs history we have been one of the most successful club’s consistently competing in finals across the different codes each year.
• 2013 was a highly successful year for our camogs with them going unbeaten all season, winning all 5 Camogie tournaments. They have also never been beaten in a Melbourne 7’s, Gosford or Clan 7’s tournament since their existence. This year the camogie team have already claimed the Melbourne 7’s & Gosford title in 2014.
• The Ladies Footballers had a successful win earlier this year at the beach tournament and got to the final of our Gosford tournament in March.
• Our Hurlers are also off to a cracking start in 2014. They claimed the cup for Michael Cusack’s Tournament early in the year and also did the club extremely proud in Gosford this year by reaching the finals to be narrowly beaten in a very tough game by Michael Cusacks.
• The main ethos of our club is to have fun and enjoy the sports we love and are passionate about, keep our culture and tradition flowing whilst away from home and also to provide a strong support network and second family to our members.
• We do this by providing support with work assistance, visa queries, accommodation assistance and also ensuring you have lots of fun social activities to keep your diaries action packed. Some of our key events include BBQ’s, trips to Jindabyne Irish Traditional Festival, Annual Ski Trip, Booze Cruises, Golf Days and much, much more!
• Come join the Coast and have the craic both on and off the field!! Players and non players welcome!
Open Seminar about remedies for asthma symptoms will be held next week.
Micheal O’Keeffe – 0451 032 486Ladies Football:
Evelyn O’Brien – 0432 227 942Camogie:
Adrian Murphy -0405 341 353Men’s Football:
The hurlers will battle it out with old rivals the Shamrocks for a place in the final. Our hurlers started strong in 2014 claiming the trophy at the Michael Cusacks tournament and are hoping to leave the championship on a similar winning note.
The ladies football team will take on Michael Cusacks in what promises to be an epic battle for a place in the championship final. The footballers have had a tough year between injuries, people away on holidays and more. However, the team has never been stronger. Everyone has returned with fire in their bellies and hunger in their hearts and we are all very hopeful that on Sunday all the hard work will pay off.
Our camogie team will play Clan na nGael, just as they did in the league semi finals earlier in the year. The girls will be hoping for the same victorious result on Sunday as they had the last time these teams met. The girls are thrilled to have the team back to full strength and having played just one other game in this year’s championship they are fresh and totally fired up for Sunday’s game.
Best of luck to all teams and management.