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P.J. O'Briens 2016 Sponsors

P.J. O'Briens

The Wolfe Tones GAC  is proudly sponsored by P.J.O'Brien's Irish Pub Southbank for the 2016 Season. Located in the heart of Southgate, P.J.O'Brien's is one of Melbourne's longest standing authentic Irish pubs and a favourite destinations for locals and visitors. Read more below...

Roll of Honour

Roll of Honour

The Wolfe Tones Gaelic Football Club is one of the most successful clubs in Australia. It has been winning trophy's since it's inception in 1990 Read more...

Training

Training

Wolfe Tones train 2 night a week (Tue & Thurs) during the football season. Read more...

Welcome to Wolfe Tones GAC Melbourne

Welcome to the Wolfe Tones GAC Melbourne web site.

Wolfe Tones GAC is the most recently formed Mens football club in Melbourne. Established in 1990 is has become one of the states most successful clubs in its short history. The target audience and information on this website is aimed at present, former and future players as well as the GAA audience in general.

Wolfe Tones are always on the lookout for new players and members and are especially interested in visiting players looking at playing and experiencing the game whilst visiting Melbourne. One of the main reasons for the clubs success is its networking and the extensive contact base that has been established in the home counties of Ireland. If you are interested in playing for Wolfe Tones, please fill out the contact form or get in touch with one of the available contacts.

Games are played at Gaelic Park, Keysborough which is located in Melbourne's south east.

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Ulster win 2009 Railway Cup

@009 Railway Cup Winners

Ulster defeated Leinster in the final of the 2009 Railway Cup. Ulster 0-14 Leinster 3-03. On a warm and windy Gaelic Park, a large crowd gathered to witness the first Gaelic Games of the 2009 Season. 

In the first semi-final, favorites Connaght rued their many missed chances in front of goal, going down to Leinster with the scoreline Connaght 0-10 Leinster 1-09. The second semi was also a close one with 

favorites Ulster getting past a deplated Munster with a 2 point margin. A late scoring flurry of 1-03 got them through with the scoreline of Ulster 1-08 Munster 0-09.

In the Hurling challenge, the Ulster/Munster combination got the better of Connaght/Leinster whilst in the ladies challenge, Ireland got the better of Australia.

In the Railway Cup final, Ulster were the dominant team throughout the game, stringing together a series of points. They could not however break clear of a resilient Leinster side. Leinster kept in touch through a number of well taken goal chances. In the end Ulster held out for the 2 point win.

Club Contacts

Ciaran Mohan

Ciaran Mohan

Ciaran is one of the founding members of the club and is the primary point of contact for overseas players. Affectionally known as the Chief.

ph: (0425) 807981

John Vesey

John Vesey

John has been a member of Wolfe Tones since '95 and is the current club secretary. John's not sure where he's from according to some...

 ph: (0414) 618906

 

Contact Us






"If you're looking for a club to play with or just looking to connect with someone from home - come along, join us and enjoy the craic"

GAA Gaelic Park 324 Perry Rd Keysborough VIC 3173
Training Location:
JL Murphy Reserve
Williamstown rd
Port Melbourne 3207
Training Times:
Tuesday 7pm 
Thursday 7pm

Getting to Training

  In most cases a lift can be arranged by getting in contact with us via this website, telephone or drop a message via facebook.

Getting to Keysborough

Gaelic Park Keysborough is where all Gaelic Games are played in Melbourne. Keysborough is located in Melbourne's south east. Getting there will usually involve getting a lift with someone as it is a fair distance from it's nearest train station. Depending on the occasion, there may be buses provided from St Kilda or the City.