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May 02

Pub(lic) League Game 4

We had a good turnout last Thursday at our fourth and final Pub(lic) League game of 2017 with 16 people…eventually :D (Click ‘Read the rest of the entry’ to see some pics). 

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Apr 03

Hop Swap – 5K/Half Marathon

Foothills Brewing and Junction 311 Endurance Sports have partnered to bring you a fun and energetic way to kick off NC Beer Month, the HopSwap Half Marathon & 5k. Some members of the Wolfhounds GAA participated both as Runners, Volunteers and Vendors on the day. We want to congratulate Foothills Brewing for a wonderfully organised …

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Oct 29

Walk2EndALZ

The Winston-Salem Wolfhounds were delighted to support the #Walk2EndALZ in support of our own family members who have died from the disease and anyone who has fought or is fighting the good fight against Alzheimer’s. It was an added bonus to meet out favourite WXII weather woman Lanie Pope. Thank you for your daily informative …

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Aug 04

Irish classes @ DCCC

There are Irish language classes at the Davidson County Community College (DCCC) again this year – from August 22, 2016 – November 16, 2016 – and they are well worth the money if you want to learn some Gaeilge (Irish). The teacher this year will be Jason Finnerty from County Galway. Learning a different language always …

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Aug 01

2016 Raleigh Cú Chulainn GAA Football Tournament

Mar 05

St. Patrick’s Day celebrations with the W-S Wolfhounds

Come celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with your local Winston-Salem Wolfhounds Gaelic Football Team and Foothills Brewing! Date/Time: Thursday March 17 from 4 – 9 p.m. Venue: Foothills Tasting Room, 3800 Kimwell Dr. Winston-Salem, NC 27103 This is the inaugural St. Patrick’s day celebration between our club and our main Sponsor Foothills Brewing and it aims to …

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Mar 05

Some artful W-S Wolfhounds training photos by Liz Nemeth

[Show slideshow] 123► February 21st 2016 started out like any other training session but things changed when Liz Nemeth – a now local photographer who was raised in Boston and has actually seen some Gaelic games in the past – walked on to the field with her camera. People got so serious…people were passing perfectly, running with …

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Jan 09

Learn the Irish Language (Gaelige) in 2016

This January Davidson County Community College (DCCC) will be hosting a Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant from Ireland (Fergal Rafferty) who will teach Irish language and culture classes.  They will also have a study abroad trip to Ireland in March 2016 that is open to the community. Fearghal will teach two Irish language classes through Continuing Education …

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Jan 06

Happy New Year – 2016

Athbhliain faoi Mhaise Daoibh! We wanted to wish all our members, supporters & Sponsors a very Happy New Year. We hope your New Year is starting off well and we look forward to seeing you all on the field in 2016. We are hoping for another great year and we hope you can be a part of …

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Dec 21

Christmas Wishes

As the days roll by and the year is coming to a close I wanted to take a moment to thank all our supporters, sponsors, volunteers and members for their continued support of our club. Go raibh mile maith agaibh! We had a lot of goals reached and I can say that our inaugural year was …

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