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#56 Bros Pearse claim Ronan Cup in London

#56 Bros Pearse claim Ronan Cup in London

Last Sunday in Ruislip an unusual pairing was thrown together in that  it was a case of the old versus the new when London's oldest GAA club Brothers & Shalloe Pearse GAA Club took on new club Michael Cusacks in the final of the Ronan Cup Hurling competition. They had met earlier in the 'Cup with the more experienced Bros Pearse emphatic [...]

#55 Cork and Leitrim lead way in Big Apple

#55 Cork and Leitrim lead way in Big Apple

In the final round in the group stages of the Ned Devine Cup at Gaelic Park in the Bronx over the weekend, Cork and Leitrim with wins over Cavan and Kerry, finish top of their respective groups. Meeting them in the semi's will be second place finishers Tyrone and Down, who also recorded wins over Sligo and Donegal respectively. On Sunday we [...]

Cusacks tops in Sydney clash of champions

Cusacks tops in Sydney clash of champions

We had the clash of football champions in Round 6 of the NSW League in Mono Park, Sydney on Sunday. Last year's League winners and current table toppers Michael Cusacks, were pitted against second place  and '09 Championship winners Young Irelands, but it was 'Cusacks who came out on top in this one with four points to spare in the end. In the [...]

Vancouver hurling

Vancouver hurling

In Vancouver hurling circles, the first game of the season got underway last weekend at Rupert Park with Team Green toppling Team White in the Irish Sporting and Social Club Vancouver (ISSC) Hurling Championship. Here is a report on the game. ISSC Green Vs White May 8th @ Rupert Park Written by: Anonymous    Green – [...]

London 3-16 Monaghan 1-15 (FT- Hurling)

London v Monaghan score update…

...10 mins gone in the second half of this Round 2 Ulster Hurling Senior Championship clash in Casement Park, Belfast and London lead by 2 goals on a scoreline of 3-10 (19) to Monaghan's 1-10 (13)... Game started at 2. 00 pm (GMT)...

#54 Spanish ladies triumph the talk of the tournament

#54 Spanish ladies triumph the talk of the tournament

The all Spanish team of St Agustin caused something of a shock in Round 3 of the Iberian Football Championship last weekend. The newcomers to Gaelic football recovered from a first round defeat to go unbeaten for the remainder of their games and take this Madrid tournament. These girls, who hail from northern Madrid, are mostly soccer and [...]

#54 Parnells to strong for Kingdom’ in London final

#54 Parnells to strong for Kingdom’ in London final

Last weekend in men's football in the Conway Cup Final (2009) at Greenford in London, Parnells ran out six point deserving winners over the Kingdom Kerry Gaels.  Meanwhile in the big hurling game on Sunday, Robert Emmett's qualified for the Collins Cup Final when putting out the fancied Kilburn Gaels by a similar margin. Tommy Harrell, who was [...]

#53 Treacys into Cup Final

#53 Treacys into Cup Final

A three point win over Sons of Boru last Sunday in Treasure Island, San Francisco takes Sean Treacys straight into the final of the St Patrick's Cup. 'Boru now have to battle it out with Ulster in two weeks time for the right to meet unbeaten 'Treacys in the football final. Meanwhile the Celts got a boost when they recorded a good five point win [...]

#51 Down break Cavan hearts in New York

#51 Down break Cavan hearts in New York

In what turned out to be the match of the day in Gaelic Park in the Bronx last Sunday, Cavan in their mens senior football game looked home and hosed two points to the good with minutes remaining but NY champion's Down in the last kick of the game found the net to break New York Breffni hearts. In the other senior game, Cork in their win over [...]

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