Jul 25 2017
Jul 19 2017
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
Jun 14 2017
Date: Saturday July 15th
Host: Winston-Salem Wolfhounds GAA
Name: Timmy Cronin Senior Memorial Cup (TCSM Cup)
Name Details: This is the club’s annual home tournament that was named after the club founder’s grandfather Timmy Cronin, who passed away in 2012.
City, State: Winston-Salem, NC (Home)
Field: Poteat Field, Winston-Salem, NC 27109 – Google Maps
Level: Junior C / D
Tournament Times/Style/Game duration:
9am – 4pm | Regular | 30 minute halves
1) Winston-Salem Wolfhounds GAA
2) Raleigh GAA
3) Charlotte GAA
4) Michael Collins GAA Continue reading
May 31 2017
The 2017 Connolly Cup takes place on June 3rd, 2017 in Charlotte, NC. Teams competing include past regional and national champions and new clubs. The Winston Salem Wolfhounds, Raleigh, Atlanta, Chicago Patriots, Kevin Barry’s Philadelphia, Austin Celtic Cowboys and Pittsburgh are all traveling to Charlotte.
The event takes place at Matthews Sportsplex in Matthews. The tournament takes place in one day and is a true test of stamina and endurance for the teams that make it to the finals.
May 17 2017
On Saturday, May 13th, the Winston-Salem Wolfhounds’ participated in the 17th Annual Bethabara Highland Games at Historic Bethabara Park in Winston-Salem, NC. The Wolfhounds put on a Hurling and Gaelic Football demonstration as a part of the athletic games, alongside Highland Games events like the hammer throw and caber toss. The day was a celebration of Celtic culture featuring food, music, and crafts from across the Atlantic. Winston-Salem’s traditional Irish band Góilín joined the Wolfhounds’ in the afternoon to provide the crowd with Irish song as the Wolfhounds’ worked to raise the profile of GAA athletics. The Winston-Salem Wolfhounds’ are participating in their first tournament, the All American Cup, Saturday, May 20 in Baltimore, MD.
Apr 21 2017
Apr 14 2017
Apr 07 2017
Apr 03 2017
HopSwap Half Marathon & 5k. Some members of the Wolfhounds GAA participated both as Runners, Volunteers and Vendors on the day.