With one more round remaining over the next two weeks in this year’s Queensland GAA League, Harps in Men’s Division 1 and 2, along with Easts in Ladies football, after their wins on Sunday, cannot be caught and so take the 2014 league titles.
Seamus Sullivan gives us the lowdown on Sunday’s action at Willawong, Brisbane.
Ahead of today’s semi finals in this year’s Indianapolis Summer Hurling League at Eugene Burns Field, we recap with club secretary Brian Mathes, on how the final four were decided last Sunday’s first round of playoffs.
Harps were hoping to seal early victory in Men’s Division 2 Football, while Camogie leaders Eire Og were gunning for glory in the final round.
In the Podcast, NSW GAA PRO Catherine Fleming, reports on Sunday’s finals.
In the Podcast, Indy GAA Secretary Brian Mathes, looks back on the final round of the schedule and the seed placings for the eight teams.
In the Podcast, Mike Hill reports on this year’s thrilling hurling decider.
It was semi finals time in the New South Wales (NSW) GAA League last weekend in Sydney with all four 2013 champions in men’s and ladies football, hurling and camogie looking to hold onto their titles.
In the Podcast, NSW GAA PRO, Catherine Fleming, tells us how they all got on.
With a couple of rounds left in the men’s division 1 and ladies football Queensland GAA leagues, it’s too close to call the champions just yet, while in men’s division 2 football with three rounds left, the title is also up for grabs.
We had further round of games in men’s and ladies football, and hurling yesterday at Willawong in Brisbane, and here to give us the lowdown on all the news is Queensland GAA’s Seamus Sullivan.