USGAA NORTHEAST DIVISION.
The Northeast Divisional Board of the USGAA is the governing body of hurling, camogie, and Gaelic football in the Boston metropolitan area of Massachusetts and includes clubs from states throughout the Northeast/New England area. It is the largest division in terms of total players in the USGAA. Its headquarters are at the Irish Cultural Center (ICC) in Canton, MA, a facility that has hosted many major tournaments over the years such as the USGAA Finals, the Martin Donnelly Interprovincial Championship, the Continental Youth Championship, and many more.
In 2006 the Boston-Northeast Division hosted the inaugural Owen Treacy Cup, a game between a combined North American team, and the winners of the Tommy Murphy Cup (in this case, Louth). On the same weekend it hosted the Martin Donnelly cup, and the first ever instance of the Ulster Hurling final being played outside Ireland.
NORTHEAST DIVISION CLUBS.
The following clubs are part of the USGAA Northeast Division. For more information about any of the clubs, use the contact info provided below, or contact the Northeast Division Secretary via email – listed at the bottom of the page.
Ladies Gaelic Football in Boston
Contact the Northeast Division Secretary using the form below.