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

The revamped Gaelic Park with its new surface put down in 2007. Photo by Peter Marney.

The revamped Gaelic Park with its new surface put down in 2007. Photo by Peter Marney.

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 and the legendary Gaelic Park in the Bronx,  have and continue to act as centers of Gaelic games and Irish life in the city. Current Chairman of New York GAA, Corkman Larry McCarthy, talks to GaelicSportsCast about the GAA scene in the city and the return of New York’s minors to the big-time this year.

 

 

 

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