Melbourne, Victoria will be a hive of Gaelic games activity this weekend as two tournaments usher in the Australian summer. The Seamus Moloughney Invitational Tournament on Saturday, and the Melbourne Super 11s on Sunday continue apace Gaelic Games Victoria’s recent busy calendar.
On Saturday 2 December Young Melbourne will host the inaugural Seamus Moloughney Invitational Tournament at Albert Park, Melbourne. With a focus on participation and fostering a community spirit, the seven-a-side tournament will see women’s and men’s football teams from Victoria and beyond play in a safe, social and positive environment. To promote participation and enjoyment, only players not having played in any senior league or championship games in the 2022/23 season are eligible. Keep up to date with the tournament through the link below.
The following day, Sunday 3 December, Gaelic Park in Keysborough will host the second annual Melbourne Super 11s competition. Organised by Sinn Féin and Wolfe Tones, this is the second edition of the 11-a-side tournament, and it will feature the four codes of men’s and women’s Gaelic football, hurling and camogie. With 34 teams participating, it is certain to be a competitive and high-quality day of games. Keep up to date with the tournament through the link below.