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Ladies Team

Melbourne 7’s 2019

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2017 Awards Night & AGM

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2017 Awards Night & AGM – Coach & Horses – Friday Nov 10th 7pm

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Time to get together and celebrate all the club people who made an impact on and off the pitch in 2017 and also say thanks to our generous sponsors! We will also hold our AGM and assign jobs for the 2018 season ahead! Please make every effort to attend, YI is run solely on volunteers …


Great day at the races, thanks to every for organising.  

Young Irelands Country Colours Training Photo

How many counties can you spot? Answers on a post card. A snap from our Ladies and Mens team’s County Colour Gaelic Football Training session last week!    


A great weekend had by all, some photos below. Thanks for everyone who helped getting the day together, the referees, the people who looked after the BBQ and for everyone for coming out to support us. Congratulations to Connacht and the Girls Team on the win.

GAA Training

The 2017 starts this week with the first training sessions for Men’s and Ladies at Centennial Park. Monday (Jan 9th) and Thursday (Jan 12th) at Grand Drive in Centennial Park. For Directions click here . Keep an eye out for the Yellow Young Ireland’s flags. All players at all skills levels are welcome so please …


Well done to both the Young Ireland Gaelic Football Sydney Ladies’ and Men’s football teams who put on great performances yesterday at Penrith Gaels’ All Australian 13 A Side Football Championship. Great team effort all around that made the club proud and resulted in our ladies making it to the semi-final and our men the …


Young Ireland will be celebrating it’s 45th year anniversary this coming September. To mark the occasion we will be holding a dinner dance in the Novotel hotel in Darling Harbour on the 20th of September, commencing at 6.30pm. On the night there will be a 3 course meal, a 4 hour drink package and the …


THEY are Ireland’s lost generation, swapping turf and rain for surf and sexy tans Down Under. But while our young immigrants may be munching on marmite and glugging back ‘goon’, one thing they won’t be losing during their exile in Oz is their sporting culture. Walking through Sydney’s city streets, it’s easy to spot an …