The club has teams across two Gaelic playing codes – Hurling and Camogie and won Toronto GAA Club of the year in 2019.
Na Piarsaigh CLG club was established in 2011 as Toronto Hurling club. In 2015 it was renamed to Na Pairsaigh CLG due to the development of a second hurling team in the city. In 2018, Na Piarsaigh camogie team was form.
The club runs a number off-season (Oct-Apr) activities for both the men & ladies teams such as F45 & indoor conditional training.
Between April and September, there is outdoor training sessions at Riverdale park and league & championship games are played at Centennial park.
Na Piarsaigh Hurling Team
Formed in 2011 as Toronto Hurling club, the club was renamed as Na Piarsiagh Hurling club in late 2015, due to the creation of a second hurling club & to help further the develop the game in Toronto.
The Na Piarsaigh hurling team won both the league and championship in 2019.
Na Piarsaigh Camogie Team
The Na Piarsaigh Camogie team was formed in 2018 and is the newest camogie team in Toronto.
In its inaugural year, the team had a panel of 20+ players and over the last 2 years, the squad has grown steadily with the ladies completing in numerous tournaments across Canada & the US.