Toronto GAA having been established in 1947 has a long and deep-rooted tradition in Toronto. In recent years with the influx of Irish immigrants there has been a revival of hurling in the city with the establishment of the Toronto Hurling Club in 2010. Due to a high level of interest the Toronto Camogie Club was established the following year and competed in the New York 7s in October.
In 2012 Toronto Camogie became an affiliated member of Toronto GAA and registered 48 members of both Irish and Canadian descent. This year also saw the team compete in the Cleveland 7s and the establishment of the Toronto 9-a-side City League. The highlight of the year was securing the prestigious title of North American Senior Camogie Champions at the NACB in Philadelphia, and adding the New York 7s later on in Rockland.
2013 has been a busy year for the Canadian club. They took part in the New York June Tournament and will travel to Cleveland for the NACB with the aim of retaining their title as well as defending their New York 7s crown. They are also one of the teams taking part in this year's Gathering, throwing in next Thursday night in Na Fianna CLG with a welcome reception at 9.00pm.