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Wednesday October 4th 2023
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Champ’s return to winning ways – New South Wales Overview

Getting ready for a new beginning last week in Mono Park. (Photo Aoifa Daly).

After being defeated last week on Opening Day in Sydney, 2009 Championship winners, Young Ireland ‘s got back to winning ways in this year’s NSW Mens Football League.
In a rather scrappy encounter against Cormac Mc Anallens, ‘Irelands prevailed by a couple of points in a game that never really rose to the heights.
This week also saw Clan na Gael ladies recover from a slow start last week when they were just too strong for Michael Cusacks and dominated all over the field to pick up their first win of the season in the Ladies League. 
Central Coast ladies powered to another easy win.  The victims this week were Cormac Mc Anallens who simply had no answer to this fine Central Coast team.
In Camogie, it was a similar story as ‘Coast ran out easy winners over ‘McAnallens in a one-sided affair.
Something of a surprise was recorded in the other Camogie game when Clan na Gael picked up a win over Naomh Padraig, and while not to take away from this fine win by Clan’, it is understood that Naomh Padraig were short key players.
Aoifa Daly
(Who again, not only played, but umpired, and, moved house this weekend also!  Well done, Aoifa).

On the return of NSW GAA Secretary, Mark McGuinness from Ireland, GaelicSportsCast will be giving you full results and Podcast  reports on the games each week through the season.