In the Podcast we look back at last Saturday’s British University GAA regional football finals and semis in Scotland, the Northwest and South.
Competitions are already underway for the 2013-2014 season with tomorrow, Saturday Nov 30, seeing the quarter final of the Brittany Football Cup between host’s Rennes and new club Tregor.
Brittany GAA International PRO, Andre Paquin, reviews the action to date, the season ahead and the beginnings of hurling in the region.
We had lots of semi final action in the British University GAA Regionals circuit last weekend with Dundee shocking highflying Napier in one semi, while in the Northwest, Liverpool John Moore’s and rivals Liverpool Hope went at it, with competion also taking place in the Northeast, East Midlands, and the South.
BU GAA Coordinator Ronan McCarthy gives us a full rundown on all games and looks ahead to three finals this weekend.
NOTE: In last weekend’s competitions in London, Cuchulainn’s after Extra Time in the Ronan Cup Hurling Final got the better of Thomas McCurtains, while in the Division One Hurling League Final – a competition that saw five walkovers throughout – Robert Emmetts conceded to St. Gabriels.
In the Podcast, GaelicSportsCast reports on last Friday’s second round of the Middle East Senior & Intermediate Ladies football league at Oman, and on the inaugural round of the ME Hurling League adopting the new Super 11′s format.
In the Podcast we look back on last weekend’s four finals in London with the Division 1 Football League decider – a repeat of the championship final between Kingdom Kerry Gaels and Tir Chonaill Gaels – the principle game.
In the Podcast, GaelicSportsCast looks back on the recent British Universities GAA Hurling & Camogie Championships at Birmingham and reports on all the latest news and results from around the BU regionals Gaelic football circut this weekend.
The spread of Gaelic sports to colleges in the Northeast of America happened on Saturday in Glastonbury CT, with the first ever football and hurling tournament taking place under the banner of new entity, the North East Colleges GAA.
In the Podcast, NECGAA Chairman Simon Gillespie (also the GDA for NY GAA) talks about the new college organization and last weekend’s 11 team event hosted by the Hartford GAA Club at the Irish American Home Society grounds in Connecticut.
In the Podcast, GaelicSportsCast talks with Ronan McCarthy, British Universities GAA Coordinator, about last weekend’s Gaelic football action in Scotland, the Northwest and East Midlands, and the big event tomorrow Saturday, the BU GAA Hurling & Camogie Championships in Birmingham, UK.
One of the highlights of the London GAA season is the final of the Senior Hurling Championship and last Sunday at Ruislip we had holders and hot favourites St. Gabriels bidding to retain their crown with surprise packet Brothers Pearse standing in their way.
In the Podcast, London GAA PRO Declan Flanagan takes us through the game and also reports on the final of the Tipperary Cup in men’s football between Tir Chonaill Gaels and Fulham Irish.
It was thrilling stuff all the way in Al Ain, UAE for Round 2 of the 2013-2014 Middle East GAA League last Friday as the men’s senior football competition ended in a swelter of excitment as both semis and final went to Overtime.
Bahrain based ME GAA Chairperson James Kennedy gives us a full report on the tournament, and also tells how the Middle East is adopting the new Super 11′s format for their hurling league this season.