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South Asia Games

The South East Asian Gaelic Games were first held in 2008 in Hanoi in Vietnam. In 2012, the South East Asian region was renamed and reconfigured into the South Asia region - and the tournament was renamed the South Asia Games. The one-day tournament brings together the teams from the South Asia region for a tournament of Men's, Ladies, and Juvenile Football.  The region comprises of India, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.  The tournament is an ACB-sanctioned event and clubs must bid to host the tournament.

Roll of Honour

Competitions:

Location Year  Men's Cup  Ladies Cup  Men's Plate / 3rd Ladies Plate / 3rd
Hanoi 2008 Singapore Gaelic Lions Singapore Gaelic Lions n/a n/a
Kuala Lumpur 2009 Singapore Gaelic Lions Orang Eire Viet Thai n/a
Jakarta 2010 Singapore Gaelic Lions Singapore Gaelic Lions Jakarta Dragonflies Viet Celts
Ho Chi Minh City 2011 Singapore Gaelic Lions Singapore Gaelic Lions Saigon Gaels Singapore Gaelic Lions
Pattaya 2012 Singapore Gaelic Lions Singapore Gaelic Lions Viet Celts Thai GAA
Singapore 2013        
Hanoi 2014        
Bangkok 2015 Orang Eire Thai GAA Thai GAA Singapore Gaelic Lions

MVP's:

Location Year  Men's MVP  Ladies MVP
Hanoi 2008 Pat Gorham (Orang Eire) Catherine O'Leary (SGL)
Kuala Lumpur 2009 Ronán Lenihan (SGL) Jenn Collins (Orang Eire)
Jakarta 2010 Seamus O'Hanlon (Jakarta) Rebecca Lewis (SGL)
Ho Chi Minh City 2011 Frank McKenna (SGL) Claire Coughlan (Viet Celts)
Pattaya 2012 Adrian Murtagh (SGL) Catriona O'Shaughnessy (SGL)
Singapore 2013    
Hanoi 2014    
Bangkok 2015 Connor Clarke (Orang Eire) Amy Rinehart (Thai GAA)