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Our 3rd Raffle is already underway.
The Irish Sports & Social Society will be holding a 50-50 in support of Gaelic Games in Edmonton. Supporting Gaelic football and hurling in Edmonton allows both Irish and Canadians alike to enjoy these great sports, enjoy camaraderie on the side of the pitch, and re-hash the plays of the day at the Irish Centre.
The Edmonton Wolfe Tones have been a part of Edmonton’s Irish community for over 40 years, allowing players of all ages and abilities to enjoy Gaelic football and hurling. Support for the Wolfe Tones will ensure that the sport keeps growing in Edmonton and throughout Western Canada.
The winner will be contacted by phone and email to claim their jackpot!
Thank you very much for your support.
The Edmonton Irish Sports and Social Society can trace its origins to a meeting on April 18th, 1958, when a group of newcomers formed the Edmonton Gaels. In February 1959 they adopted the title Irish Sports and Social Club, and soon saw the formation of the Shamrock Rovers soccer club. On November 28th, 1962 the club attained society status and thus became the Irish Sports and Social Society.