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In Pictures: The Best Jerseys And Action From Day One Of The GAA World Games

In Pictures: The Best Jerseys And Action From Day One Of The GAA World Games

If you're around Waterford this week, you could do worse than popping down to WIT, where the Renault GAA World Games are taking place.

It's not just the incredibly cool exotic GAA jerseys that are on display either, with brilliant Gaelic games action taking place across eight tournaments with Irish born and native born events taking place in Gaelic football, Ladies' football, hurling and camogie.

The games will go on in Waterford until Thursday, with the finals being played in Croke Park on Friday.

GAA World Games Richey Douglas of NCGAA, USA, in goals in the Hurling Native Born tournament game against New York GAA.

 

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GAA World Games Ruairí Allen of Australia, left, in action against Middle East in their Men's Football Irish Born tournament game

 

GAA World Games Sean Warnock of Australia in action against Middle East during the Men's Football Irish Born tournament

 

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GAA World Games Raphaele Mas of Europe Hawks scores a goal against Russia in the Ladies Football Native Born tournament

 

GAA World Games 29 July 2019; Jenn Minchin of Toronto in action against Dianna DelTorto of Heartland in the Ladies Football Native Born tournament

 

 

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GAA World Games Players from Asia Cranes and South Africa pose for photographs after their Ladies Football Native Born tournament game

GAA World Games Soyeon Lee of Asia Cranes in action against Suzan Lebohang Maekela of South Africa in their Ladies Football Native Born tournament game

 

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GAA World Games Dandan Song of Asia Cranes with Suzan Lebohang Maekela of South Africa after their Ladies Football Native Born tournament game

 

GAA World Games Jiyeon Ko of Asia Cranes is tackled by Selaelo Charlotte Ragati of South Africa in their Ladies Football Native Born tournament game

 

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GAA World Games Players from Europe Harps and Germany contest possession in their Hurling Native Born tournament game

 

GAA World Games Jeffrey Ryan Gravley of Mid-Atlantic in action against Chad Nelson, left, and John Kenney of Heartland in their Hurling Native Born tournament game

 

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GAA World Games David Lewis of New York GAA in action against Liam Callejas of NCGAA, USA, in their Hurling Native Born tournament game

 

GAA World Games Referee Brendan Cawley during the Renault GAA World Games 2019 Day 1 at WIT Arena, Carriganore, Co. Waterford.

 

Photos by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

 

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