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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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# 737 Tir Chonaill and Fulham reach London football final

london-crestChampionship semi finals were all the rage in London over the weekend and in the podcast, London GAA PRO Declan Flanagan, reports on all the action from the metropolitan city.

 

 

 

 

 

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(NO podcasts from Sydney or Brisbane this week on account of postponed games due to weather).

 

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# 736 Kilburn and Treacy’s in hurling final, football semis weekend in London

london-crestIt’s busy times for London GAA as last weekend they finalized their senior hurling championship pairing, while this weekend places the spotlight on all the senior, intermediate and junior football semis this Saturday afternoon and Sunday.

London GAA PRO Declan Flanagan, reviews last week’s hurling semis and looks ahead to this all action weekend.

 

 

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# 735 Shocks continue in NSW Championship

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 shocks continue in this year’s New South Wales GAA Championship¬† as Sunday’s Round 2 of the men’s football competition in Sydney threw up further surprise results.

 

NSW PRO Catherine Fleming reports.

 

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# 734 Na Fianna into championship final

Queensland crestIn the Podcast, Queensland GAA’s Seamus Sullivan reports on yesterday’s action from the Queensland GAA championship quarter finals and semi-finals at Willawong, Brisbane in Australia.

 

 

 

 

 

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# 733 Milwaukee Playoffs today

Week 10 Results-StandingsIt’s Playoff time today at Brown Deer Park with four teams left in this year’s Milwaukee Hurling Club League.

We look ahead to the playoff showdown later on in the Podcast, but first we look to how the final four took their places with MHC’s Jack Harrold.

 

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# 732 Kingdom Kerry out, hurling semis this weekend in London

london-crestIn the Podcast, London GAA PRO, Declan Flanagan brings us all the latest news from London, including the demise of the reigning senior football champions.

 

 

 

 

 

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# 731 Cusack’s shocked in championship opener

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.After a three week break at the end of the league, it was New South Wales GAA championship time last Sunday at Monarch Fields outside Sydney with the 10 game schedule throwing up one major shock.

NSW GAA PRO, Catherine Fleming is back once more to give us the lowdown on the action.

 

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# 730 Queensland League over, championship begins

queensland gaaKnowing that Harps had won both the Men’s Division 1 & 2 titles, and that Easts retained the Ladies crown, with Emerald’s hurlers and Eire Og camogs also champs, Sunday’s final round of the Queensland GAA League was to decide final table placings ahead of the championship next weekend.

Queensland GAA’s Seamus Sullivan reports.

 

 

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