Mar 19

St. Patrick’s Day 2017

March 17th, 2017 marked the 2nd annual Wolfhounds St. Patrick’s Day celebration (and annually GAA season kick-off party) at Foothills Brewing Tasting Room. We would like to thank all the wonderful and accommodating staff at the Tasting Room for hosting once again, give a shout out to Góilín for providing traditional Irish music, and a heart felt thanks to all of our supporters who came to celebrate with us. Please check out some pics from the night by clicking ‘Read the rest…’

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Mar 13

Kicking off the week right

Our practice today included some good ol’ calisthenics, fun scrimmaging, and ended with Kate’s warm-down yoga session (free and open to the public). Excitement is building for our season kick-off this Friday at Foothills Tasting Room. Come meet the team, learn about how we support Irish sports and culture in the triad, talk yoga with Kate, listen to traditional Irish music, and more. It promises to be a good “bit of craic” with those who know a wee bit more about how to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day!

Mar 08

Gaelic Games & Irish Culture – Upcoming talk

Jason Finnerty teaches Irish language and
culture at Davidson County Community College through the Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) program.

He will share his knowledge of Irish sports and culture along with his experiences living in the USA. Come learn about hurling, Gaelic football, fairies and the wonders of being an Irishman in a small North Carolina town.

Jason is also a member of our Gaelic Football club and brings a lot to the club both on and off the field. We are delighted to have another Fulbright scholar playing with the club (Fearghal ó Raifeartaigh being the 1st)

Date: Tuesday, March 21
Time: 2:00 – 3:15 p.m.
Venue: Forsyth Tech, Main Campus, Allman 414

Mar 08

St. Patrick’s Day 2017

Come celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Foothills Brewing with the Winston-Salem Wolfhounds, your local Gaelic Football club.
There will be a traditional Irish band called Gòilín, some individual Irish musicians (including a guitarist and a bodhrán player), some Irish dancing (who knows ;D), a sample of Irish food, some Irish spot prizes and most importantly some Irish people…so you know this collectively means a really fun time or some good craic as we would say back home 🇮🇪.
Come celebrate the patron saint of Ireland and learn about the fantastic work we are doing to promote Gaelic sports and Irish culture in the Triad

If you have Facebook then click St. Patrick’s Day Event and show your interest in attending

Go raibh maith again!
(Thank you)

#WSWGAA #StPatricksDay #NotStPattysDay


Mar 01

Irish Language, history & Cultural classes at DCCC

Here is a list if the upcoming Irish Language, History and cultural classes at Davidson County Community College (DCCC)

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Feb 28

A busy preseason weekend

The always reliable weekly team photo

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Feb 16

What you need to know…

What are Gaelic Sports?

Who are we?

When/Where is practice?


Feb 12

Beautiful day to train

With beautiful weather and some new recruits, the team continues pre-season training in Miller Park:

Jan 23

Wolfhounds AGM 2017 (Incl. Photos)

IMG_4736The AGM was a great success on Saturday night with some great questions, feedback and involvement from all the members in attendance. A huge thank you to Foothills Brewing for providing the venue for the AGM and to Jimmy John’s for generously providing some delicious sandwiches for our members.

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Jan 18

Wolfhounds & Yoga

The Wolfhounds are making Yoga a big part of the weekly training session this year and Kate Renganeschi has kindly offered to teach our players some techniques.

Kate is a certified RYT-500 yoga instructor. She received her training in both Costa Rica and Thailand. She mostly teaches vinyasa-based classes that focus on creating balance between strength and flexibility. She also enjoys teaching yin and restorative yoga, which focus on calming the mind and body. Kate teaches at Paz Studios (Trade Street, Downtown Winston), the William G. White Jr. YMCA, and Wake Forest University. She is also an elementary school teacher, is certified to teach children’s yoga and often teaches classes to both students and teachers in local schools. Her main vision as a teacher is to create fun and challenging classes to inspire others to begin their yoga journeys. Kate is always available for small group and private lessons. Read the rest of this entry »

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