It’s one of the biggest weekend’s in the British Universities GAA campaign as we have the finals of the Men’s Div 1 & 2 Championships this Saturday & Sunday, March 8-9 scheduled for Liverpool and Manchester locations.
Defending Division 1 champions Liverpool John Moore’s University and recent national league winners Liverpool Hope will start as favourites for top honours, however Glasgow University, Aberdeen and the visiting New York Colleges selection, the 2013 Division 2 winners, will be hoping to upset the odds.
In the Podcast, BU GAA Coordinator Ronan McCarthy previews the big event.
It began life last year with several clubs coming together to form a brand new cross-state competition in the Northwest region of the US but this year the Cascade Hurling League has surpassed expectations with the birth of new clubs now seeing 10 teams in action for 2014.
In the Podcast, Waterford native and Columbia Red Branch coach-player, Conor MacCarthy tells us from Portland, Oregon, about this new and exciting hurling competition.
London footballers and hurlers were in action in the Allianz Leagues over the weekend and unfortunately came up short once again. London GAA PRO Declan Flanagan reports on both games.
Estrela Vermelha, from the Catholic pilgrim city of Santiago de Compostela, Galicia on the Iberian Peninsula, remain unbeaten after seven rounds of the inaugural men’s Gaelic football ‘liga’ of the Asociación Galega de Fútbol Gaélico.
In the Podcast, Carlos Seco is back once more to catch up on the latest news and results from Rounds 6 & 7 of the Liga Gaélico.
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A very exciting and competitive British Universities GAA Ladies Football Championships took place last weekend in Manchester and Coatbridge, Scotland.
In Manchester, in a six team Division 1 championship, Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon University were looking to defend their title, at Coatbridge Div 2 champ’s Glasgow Caledonian were hoping for further glory, while in Div 3 one wondered could last year’s runners-up Birmingham go one better.
In the Podcast, BU GAA Coordinator Ronan McCarthy gives us a full report on the ladies championships.
It’s out first port of call in 2014 to the metropolitan city of London where a new GAA season recently got underway.
In the Podcast, London GAA PRO Declan Flanagan is back once more to fill us in on the latest news and results with focus on yesterday’s losses for the county footballers and hurlers in the national leagues.
The British University GAA focus is on the Ladies Football Championships this weekend. This event will see the best of UK college ladies football teams compete for honours in Div 1 and Div 3 in Manchester while Div 2 takes place in Coatbridge, Glasgow.
BU GAA Co-coordinator Ronan McCarthy previews the big event and talks as well about the men’s football quarter finals in the BU Scottish Championships also this weekend.
Heading into the second last round of the Middle East GAA League this Friday in Sharjah, UAE, we look back with ME chairman James Kennedy at the recent Abu Dhabi tournament which saw favourites in the men’s and ladies senior football competitions continue on their winning ways.
Last Saturday saw great UK college rivals Liverpool Hope University and Liverpool John Moore’s square off once more for outright honours in this year’s British Universities GAA National Football League Final.
In the Podcast, BU GAA Co-ordinator Ronan McCarthy talks about the big clash, looks back on the Scottish Ladies Div 1 finals as well as the first round of the Scottish men’s football championships.
The British Universities GAA National Football League semi-finals take place over the weekend with Glasgow Uni v Liverpool Hope taking place on Saturday in Glasgow and Northumbria against Liverpool John Moore’s in Newcastle.
We look ahead to both semis with BU GAA Co-ordinator Ronan McCarthy.