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# 748 Queensland camogs’ in double OT

aus state gamesIt took double Overtime to decide one of two finals of the 2014 Australasian Championships in Melbourne, Australia on Friday with plenty of shock results on Day 4.

In the Podcast, Australasian GAA President Seamus Sullivan reports.

 

 

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# 745 Day 2 Australasian Championships

aus state gamesTuesday October 1 was Day 2 of the 2014 Australasian Championships in Melbourne and we bring you this report on how things went with Australasian GAA President Seamus Sullivan.

 

 

 

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# 744 NSW Finals review

St. Pat's teand and supporterts celebrate the 2014 NSW Hurling Championship victory. Photo; Courtesy of Craobh Phadraigh Gaa Sydney

St. Pat’s team and supporters at Monarch Fields celebrate their 2014 NSW Hurling Championship victory. Photo: Courtesy of Craobh Phadraigh GAA Sydney, Facebook).

Some new teams came to the fore to claim titles in this year’s recent New South Wales GAA Championship finals.

In the Podcast, we look back on how the titles were won with NSW GAA PRO, Catherine Fleming.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ALL IRELAND HURLING FINAL PREVIEW via Gaelic Sports World

Facebook GSW logoGaelic Sports World looks ahead to the All Ireland Hurling Final with this Preview article.

ALL IRELAND HURLING FINAL – Tipperary v Kilkenny Preview

 

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# 743 Kilburn and Tir Chonaill champs in London

london-crest It was a massive weekend of Gaelic sports action in London last weekend as we had no less than five championship titles to be decided at Ruislip.

These were the last London club championship finals before Ruislip’s proposed redevelopment takes place over the coming months, and add in a first in televised senior finals by IrishTV.ie on SKY 191 channel, made for a rather historic occasion.

In the Podcast, we look in-depth at the championship deciders with London GAA PRO Declan Flanagan.

 

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# 742 Shocks in Sydney semis

NSW GAA crestWe had plenty of shocks in Sunday’s New South Wales GAA championship semi-finals in Sydney with two heavy hitters going out of both the Hurling and Ladies Football championship.

NSW GAA PRO, Catherine Flemming reports.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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#741 Mitchels, Shamrocks and Easts do the biz in Brisbane

Queensland crestSunday was football finals day at Willawong in this year’s Queensland GAA Championship with plenty of quality action in Ladies and Men’s Division 2 football while we had an Extra Time thriller in the Men’s Div 1 final.

Seamus Sullivan reports from Willawong, Brisbane.

 

 

 

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# 740 Brocach go undefeated

milwaukeeBrocach Bandits took the Milwaukee Hurling Championship last weekend at Brown Deer Park with their final victory seeing them going undefeated through the summer.

In the Podcast, Jack Harrold reports on the Championship match and recaps on this year’s season.

 

 

 

 

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# 739 Brisbane Na Fianna once more, Naomh Padraig camogs abu!

queensland gaaIt was finals time in the Queensland Hurling & Camogie Championship last weekend and in the podcast we look back on how both Na Fianna and Naomh Padraig proved best, and also what teams made this weekend’s football championship finals in Willawong.

 

 

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# 738 Penrith out, Cusacks through in Sydney

NSW-GAA-club-captains-at-a-photo-shoot-for-promotion-of-the-forthcoming-NSW-Championship-with-Sydneys-famous-Bondi-Beach-in-the-background-Photo-courtesy-of-NSW-GAA-Facebook.The final Round 3 of this year’s New South Wales GAA Championships, to decide semi final spots, took place at Monarch Fields, Ingleburn outside Sydney, on Sunday.

There was a lot at stake particularly in the men’s football championship where the holder’s Penrith Gaels and the league champions Michael Cusacks, weren’t assured of qualification.

In the Podcast, NSW GAA PRO Catherine Fleming reports how things turned out.

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