Northwest Division

USGAA NORTHWEST DIVISION.

The Northwest Division of the USGAA includes clubs within the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. Current active member clubs are the Seattle Gaels (hurling, camogie, men’s and ladies football), the Tacoma Rangers (hurling and men’s football), Columbia Red Branch Hurling, Portland Eireannach (men’s football) and the Thomas Meagher Hurling Club.

The Northwest Division is both a small division (five affiliate clubs and 10 teams) and a large one – covering a geographical area of more than 400,000 square miles. The recent addition of the Missoula Montana based Thomas Meagher Hurling Club has greatly expanded the reach of this division. In 2016 the Northwest for the first time hosted the USGAA Finals – the annual championship tournament for Gaelic Games. Two Northwest teams (the Seattle Gaels hurling and camogie) took home national championships in their respective grades.

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NORTHWEST DIVISION CLUBS.

The following clubs are part of the USGAA Northwest Division. For more information about any of the clubs, use the contact info provided below, or contact the Northwest Division Secretary via email – listed at the bottom of the page.

Columbia Red Branch

Columbia Red Branch is an Irish Athletic Club in Portland, Oregon.

Seattle Gaels

Hurling, Men’s and Ladies Gaelic Football and Camogie in the Greater Seattle area.

Thomas Meagher Hurling

Hurling club in the heart of Missoula, MT.

Portland Eireannach

Men’s Gaelic Football club in Portland, OR.

Tacoma Rangers

Gaelic Football and Hurling in the Tacoma, WA and South Puget Sound area.

Contact the Northwest Division Secretary using the form below.