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# 41 – New York edge out Boston in football challenge

# 41 – New York edge out Boston in football challenge

In preparation for their upcoming Connacht Football Championship clash with Galway in two weeks time in Gaelic Park in the Bronx, New York played Boston in a challenge match over the weekend in Canton, MA. Even though the Big Apple took the spoils, reporter Eugene Kyne says that New York have a lot of work to do between now and the Galway game on [...]

Champ’s return to winning ways – New South Wales Overview

Champ’s return to winning ways – New South Wales Overview

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 [...]

#40 – London GAA is building for the future

#40 – London GAA is building for the future

In GaelicSportsCast's 40th podcast, we focus on Gaelic Games happenings across the Irish Sea in particular when looking at that city synonymous with Irish emigration, London. Longtime chairman of London GAA, Tommy Harrell discusses the transient nature of immigration and its effects on London teams, as well as the considerable effort being put [...]

# 39 – Belgium A winners in The Hague

# 39 – Belgium A winners in The Hague

The Benelux Region on the Continent is regarded as the powerhouse of Mens Gaelic Football in Europe. Last weekend we saw Round 2 of the Benelux Mens Regional Football Championship take place at The Hague in Holland. It was The Hague who had won Round 1 in Amsterdam back in March and they again reached the closing stages last weekend, this time [...]

#38 – Early shocks at Gaelic Park in the Bronx

#38 – Early shocks at Gaelic Park in the Bronx

It's 'Big Apple Monday Night' on GaelicSportsCast as we give you exclusive coverage of the Opening Day's games from Gaelic Park in New York. There was an early shock to the new season as Cork footballers overturned last years championship final result with a comfortable win over Down Sunday afternoon. Leitrim picked up where they left off last [...]

‘Cusacks lay down early marker on Opening Day in Sydney

‘Cusacks lay down early marker on Opening Day in Sydney

Player, umpire and photographer for the day, Aoife Daly assisted GaelicSportsCast when earlier today she sent this report on 2010 Opening Day in Sydney. A large crowd gathered for New South Wales (NSW) GAA 2010 season Opening Day earlier today, Sunday April 11 in Sydney, Australia. This year NSW have moved from their regular venue at [...]

#37 – Berkeley gain revenge over Stanford in college hurling final

#37 – Berkeley gain revenge over Stanford in college hurling final

Yesterday afternoon Saturday April 10, holders Stanford took on Berkeley in the final game of this years Northern California Collegiate Hurling championship. In a hard fought encounter all through at Treasure Island, the home of Gaelic Games in San Francisco, Berkeley this time gained revenge over their great rivals Stanford when coming out two [...]

#36 – Paris Gaels take first round of North West Regional Europe

#36 – Paris Gaels take first round of North West Regional Europe

Paris Gaels mens football team today have picked up where they left off last year. Back then they finished tops in the North West Regional Championships of Europe and already they are showing similar form as they beat Guernsey Gaels in the NW final earlier today in Brest, France. Adrien Henry gave GaelicSportsCast the lowdown on how Rd 1 in the [...]

#35 – Stanford and Berkeley set for hurling final

#35 – Stanford and Berkeley set for hurling final

Stanford University's hurlng team get set to defend their Northern California Collegiate Hurling title tomorrow when they take on great rivals Cal Berkeley at Treasure Island GAA Park in San Francisco. Berkeley won Game 1 in the best of three series but fell short last time  in Game 2 when coming up against a resolute Stanford defense. In this [...]

#34 – GAA numbers skyrocket in Sydney

#34 – GAA numbers skyrocket in Sydney

For the first time this season and long overdue it has to be said, GaelicSportsCast pays a visit to the land down under, Australia. Here we speak with New South Wales GAA Secretary, Dundalk native, Mark McGuinness about the explosion of Gaelic players in Sydney and surrounds,; about the local clubs and the annual competitions,  as well as the [...]

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