Feb 16 2017

What you need to know…

What are Gaelic Sports?

Who are we?

When/Where is practice?


Dec 23 2017

Nollaig Shona Daoibh…

…and happy holidays to all our members, supporters and sponsors.

We are looking forward to spending time with family and friends over the holidays before our 2018 pre-season kicks off on Sunday Jan 14th.

See you on the field!

#WSWGAA #NollaigShonaDaoibh #HappyChristmas #HappyHolidays

Dec 17 2017

2018 committee announced!

Please welcome our new committee for the 2018 season. We are looking forward to another great year. A huge THANK YOU to the outgoing committee for all their hard work, dedication and time over the 2017 season.

Executive Committee 2018

  • Chairman: Timothy Cronin
  • Vice Chairman: Shawn Small
  • Secretary: Dave Moore
  • Treasurer: Nancy Kissane
  • Registrar: Denis Kissane
  • Public Relations Officer: Jim Keegan
  • Youth Development Officer: Scott Anderson
  • Equipment Officer: Drew McGowan
  • Graphic Design Officer: Erik Freeman
  • Wolfhounds Team Manager: Cormac O’Donovan


Oct 08 2017

Aging & Alzheimer’s awareness – Week 4 of 4

Inside the Brain: An Interactive Tour – source

For my last weekly post leading up the the ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’ event I thought I would provide a really educational and interesting tour of the human brain and how Alzheimer’s affects it.

Alzheimer’s is an awful disease and I know one day we will find a cure but we can all help bring that day closer by enabling research, reading about achievements and discoveries AND looking after our brains and our bodies every day.  

The Brain Tour explains how the brain works and how Alzheimer’s affects it.
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Sep 30 2017

Aging & Alzheimer’s awareness – Week 3 of 4

The three general stages of Alzheimer’s – source

Alzheimer’s disease typically progresses slowly in three general stages — mild (early-stage), moderate (middle-stage), and severe (late-stage). Since Alzheimer’s affects people in different ways, each person will experience symptoms – or progress through Alzheimer’s stages – differently.


To donate and/or join our team for the Winston-Salem ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’ on Saturday October 14th, 2017, click WSWGAA – WalkToEndAlz Thank You!


Mild Alzheimer’s disease (early-stage)

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Sep 23 2017

Aging & Alzheimer’s awareness – Week 2 of 4

Alzheimer’s Facts & Figures – source

To donate and/or join our team for the Winston-Salem ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’ on Saturday October 14th, 2017, click WSWGAA – WalkToEndAlz Thank You!


10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

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Sep 16 2017

Aging & Alzheimer’s awareness – Week 1 of 4

What is Dementia and Alzheimer’s?

Dementia is a general term for a decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life. Memory loss is an example. Alzheimer’s is the most common type of dementia. Click to ‘read the rest of the entry’ to get some summary information about causes, risks and prevention techniques.

To donate and/or join our team for the Winston-Salem ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’ on Saturday October 14th, 2017, click WSWGAA – WalkToEndAlz Thank You!

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Sep 06 2017

2017 season reflections and more

Go raibh míle maith agaibh (Thank You)

To all our players, social members, supporters and sponsors (Foothills Brewing, Carlisle’s Pub, Finnigan’s Wake, The Quiet Pint, Tanglewood Pizza Company, Omega Sports, The Porch, Body Complete, Homebrewer’s Clubhouse) for all your hard work and generous support throughout the year. There is a lot work that happens both on and off the field and everyone does their part to ensue this wonderful community club promoting Irish Sports and Culture is doing it’s job. Training attendance has been great this year and effort by the players has been amazing. All this training culminated in winning our first piece of silverware in the clubs third year. This is a fantastic achievement and Continue reading

Aug 02 2017

Raleigh GAA Home Tournament 2017

Calling all Wolfhound supporters!

This coming Saturday is our last tournament of the 2017 season. So, if you want to see some great Gaelic Football come spend the day in wonderful Raleigh, NC where you will get your fill of GAA.

Your support is always welcomed and needed more than you think. We love being part of the Winston-Salem community and if we can have some of that community with us when we compete against other Gaelic teams in the southeast (mainly within the borders of North Carolina) that would be GREAT!



Jul 25 2017

DCCC is welcoming another Fulbright Scholar from Ireland

DCCC is welcoming another Fulbright Scholar (Jamie McGarrigle) from Ireland in early August. Irish language classes begin the week of August 21st. You can enroll online by clicking on any of the following: 

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Jul 19 2017

Timmy Cronin Snr Mem. Cup 2017 Match Reports

Game #1: 9.20am – 10.30am: Raleigh GAA (5-15) V Winston-Salem Wolfhounds GAA (3-08)

The game started very well for both teams, both registering early points and it looked like we were in for a great battle. However, within minutes Raleigh’s #9 buried the ball in the back of the net and started a heavy onslaught that W-S struggle to come back from. Raleigh had two key players that would control the forward line and even though W-S were winning their fair share of ball in the middle of the field the passing lacked on the day. The score at Half Continue reading