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Western Division (WCGAA)

The Western Canada Gaelic Athletic Association (WCGAA) is a divisional sub committee within the Canadian Gaelic Athletic Association (CGAA) to administer divisional competitions of Gaelic Games in the region covering British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

The 3 (three) founding clubs are the Calgary Chieftains, Edmonton Wolfe Tones, and the Vancouver Harps (now ISSC Vancouver and JP Ryan’s Hurling Club) with additional clubs in Vancouver area including the Fraser Valley Gaels, Eire Og Vancouver, Cu Chulainn GAA Club, St Finnians GAA and with the Van Isle Rovers GAC in Victoria (Vancouver Island). There is also Winnipeg Trinity in Manitoba.

The Western Canada Divisional Board is made up of members from each club in the Division.

Find clubs in the West Division here:

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