Date: Mar 15, 2020
By: Grant Dexter and Chris Walshe / Staff reporter, with contributing reporter
More than 100 people participated in men’s and ladies’ tournaments in light rain on St Patrick’s Day.
The club was started by a group of Irish university graduates in 1995 based on “a sense of adventure in their new home and a sense of pride in the culture of the one left behind,” the club said.
It was the first Gaelic football club in Asia, starting with pick-up games at parks in Taipei before reaching out to other expat groups across Asia. A year later, the first Asian finals were held in Manila. [FULL STORY]