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#25 English native gives Gaelic Games a start in Zimbabwe

#25 English native gives Gaelic Games a start in Zimbabwe

Over the past few months, the continent of Africa has been introduced to the world of Gaelic Games as a fledgling Gaelic football team has started up in southern Africa in Harare the capital of the country of Zimbabwe.  English native Paul Carpenter, who converted to Gaelic football five years ago while playing with the Singapore Lions GAA [...]

#24 Robert Gordon’s take first British University title

#24 Robert Gordon’s take first British University title

Even though the snowy conditions early Sunday morning last  in Manchester at the Ladies British Universities Football Championship Tournament, saw the postponement of the Division Two Final between, Northumbria and Queen Margret Universitiy, the big game in the Division One final went ahead and saw Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, take [...]

#23 Wellington GAA doubles in size and Ladies British Universities preview

#23 Wellington GAA doubles in size and Ladies British Universities preview

GaelicSportsCast gives you two episodes in one this evening as we preview the Brtitsh Ladies Universities Football Championship in Manchester this weekend when talking with UK universities GDA, Shane O'Hanlon, and, later head down-under to chat with Killarney native and President of the Wellington Hutt Valley GAA , Donal Kavanagh about his club's [...]

#22 Napier’ finally come good to win British Universites Championship

#22 Napier’ finally come good to win British Universites Championship

After filling the runners-up spot for the past three years, Edinburgh Napier University's perseverance paid of this year when last weekend they beat Liverpool Hope University to take the British Universities Men's Gaelic Football Championship. Held in Birmingham on Saturday and Sunday last, Napier' had three points to spare in the final, while in [...]

#21 Qatar, Thurles and Shelmaliers take spoils in the Gulf

#21 Qatar, Thurles and Shelmaliers take spoils in the Gulf

This weekend's Gulf Gaelic Games at Dubai in the United Arab Emirates came to a successful conclusion yesterday evening, Sat 13, with some thrilling final day fare when Qatar took the honours in the Mens Football, while the visitors from Ireland, Thurles in the hurling and Wexford's Shelmaliers in the Ladies Football also ran out winners. [...]

Latest from Dubai Gulf Games..

Latest from Dubai Gulf Games..

Tomorrow's Big Games Mens A Semis - Dubai A v Dubai B                                      Thurles v Qatar Ladies A Semis - Dubai A v Singapore                                        Sharjah v Shelmailers

#20 Recent Irish Immigrants in Canada swelling club ranks

#20 Recent Irish Immigrants in Canada swelling club ranks

As Vancouver gets ready this evening to open the Winter Olympics, GaelicSportsCast sampled the atmosphere late Wednesday night when talking over Skype to Canada GAA Secretary, John O'Flynn about the recent influx of Irish migrants to Canada and what it might mean for GAA clubs across this vast northern land. Mr O'Flynn also spoke about the hopes [...]

Gulf Games get underway today in Dubai

Gulf Games get underway today in Dubai

It promises to be an exciting weekend of Gaelic games in the Middle East region as the Gulf Gaelic Games throws-in today Friday Feb 12, in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Hosted by the Dubai Celts GAA Club, this year marks the fourth consecutive Gulf Games where teams from Singapore, Zimbabwe, UK and the Middle East will be competing for [...]

#19 Gaelic Park revamp and minors’ return great boost for New York

#19 Gaelic Park revamp and minors’ return great boost for New York

In the last of our current series profiling clubs and reporting on the Gaelic games scene across America, GaelicSportsCast visits that iconic and vibrant metropolis, New York City. Over the past two centuries, the Big Apple has been home to one of the largest Irish emigrant communities in the US where places like the former Celtic Park in Queens [...]

#18 Youth development and media coverage key says Kelly

#18 Youth development and media coverage key says Kelly

North American County Board  PRO, Eamonn Kelly talks to GaelicSportsCast about the ups and downs of the Gaelic Athletic Association in the US and about the huge progress made with youth development programs as well as the importance of media coverage in getting things to the next level.      34.42

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