Welcome to the home of Canterbury Cusacks GAA

Canterbury Cusacks Gaa is a gaelic football team based out of South Hagley park, we were founded in 2014 and actively promote Gaelic games and Irish culture in Christchurch, New Zealand, amongst the Irish and Kiwi community.

 Gaelic games is the national sport of Ireland, and is a cross between soccer, basketball and rugby, played by both men and women. We cater for all levels of players from beginners new to the sport through to people playing all their lives.

 Our goal is to establish Cusacks as a club where people from all walks of life can come together to meet new people, make new friends and learn some new skills all whilst having fun.

 We are Christchurch’s newest GAA club, if you are new to the game? Come on down, meet some new friends, all skill levels welcome.

Recent News

Calender Girls sponsor Canterbury Cusacks

Canterbury Cusacks are proud to welcome on board our new sponsors, Calender girls, if your desire is to be entertained by beautiful women visit Christchurch’s premier gentlemen’s club Calendar Girl’s. The club are now proud sponsors of the team with their company logo on display on the front of the new jersey. Well done to secretary Dave Igoe on working out a deal to secure this.

The Calender girls club – downstairs is their more exclusive Gentlemen’s Club. Finished in luxurious and decadent lush furnishings, it’s the perfect spot to kick back, relax and enjoy the company. Treat yourself to Christchurch’s first real five star strip club experience.

Welcome Celtic Wolfehounds

Celtic Wolfehounds have become Christchurch’s newest men’s Gaelic football team. Having recently attended a Canterbury Board meeting, it was agreed that a big welcome be extended to the new club. This is great news for all involved in football in Christchurch, another team in the mix, will add to the excitement of our games. The club will this year take part in our Canterbury League and Canterbury Championship.
This year the Wolfehounds club will tog out in a black and white strip, and will add great value to the league campaign, bringing more games to the schedule. Coming from a mainly soccer background, Wolfehounds bring a mix of cultures to its side with the Kiwis representing strongly. Cusacks wish the lads all the best for the coming year! 

Fixtures 2015/16

Canterbury Gaa Football League Round Four  2015/16
Celtic  WolfeHounds vs Waimak Gaels  – 6:00pm Tuesday 17th November 2015

Christchurch McKennas vs Canterbury Cusacks  – 7:00pm Tuesday 17th November 2015

Hagley Park
Canterbury Gaa Football League 2015/16 Round Five
Christchurch McKennas vs Waimak Gaels – 5:00pm Saturday 21st November 2015

Celtic Wolfehounds vs Canterbury Cusacks – 6:00pm Saturday 21st November 2015

Linfield Park, Linwood


Canterbury Gaa Hurling League 2015/16 Round Three

Christchurch McKennas vs Waimak Gaels 3:00pm Saturday 21st November 2015

Linfield Park, Linwood


Canterbury Gaa Ladies Football League Round Three

Christchurch McKennas vs Waimak Gaels 4:00pm Saturday 21st November

Linfield Park, Linwood


Canterbury Gaa Football  League 2015/16 Round six 

Waimak Gaels vs Canterbury Cusacks – 5:00pm Saturday 28th November 2015

Celtic Wolfehounds vs Christchurch McKennas – 6:00pm Saturday 28th November 2015

Christchurch Rugby Club

About Christchurch

Christchurch is a garden city on the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island, set on the Canterbury Plains. Flat-bottomed punts glide on the Avon River, which runs through the city centre. On its banks are cycling paths, the green expanse of Hagley Park and the Christchurch Botanic Gardens. In 2010 and 2011, 2 major earthquakes destroyed many city-centre buildings, and restoration work continues.



Contact Us

And we’ll get back to you!

For any further information,
please contact:

Dave Igoe on 022 3545158,
Daniel O’Shea on 02108144482,
Michael O’Connor on 02102825121.

Social Media >

> Follow us on twitter @CusacksGAA_NZ
> Add us on Snapchat Canterburycusacks
> Origins of Gaelic Games

Contact Us >

Text us on 022 3545158