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#86 Tir Chonaill Gaels take Conway Cup in London

#86 Tir Chonaill Gaels take Conway Cup in London

It was a battle of champions in Ruislip last night for the final of the Conway Cup in mens senior football with the 2009 Senior Champions Tir Chonaill Gaels up against Intermediate Champions St Kiernans.  The game was competitive all through but it finished with the 'Gaels shading victory on a scoreline of 1-10 (13) to 1-07 (10). London GAA [...]

#85 ‘McAnespies go top in Boston

#85 ‘McAnespies go top in Boston

With their win last Saturday over Shannon Blues, Aidan McAnespies have three wins from three games and as a result go top of the Senior Football Championship Table in Boston. On Sunday in Canton, '09 champions St Christopher's drew with 14 man 'Tones who salvaged a point with a last gasp late score. In other games, Armagh ND proved too good for [...]

#84 Tower’ win league in St Louis

#84 Tower’ win league in St Louis

Last Saturday saw the culmination of the St Louis Gaelic Athletic Club Hurling League take place where Tower Pub Crusaders and J. McGraugh's Celtics, who had battled for supremacy since early Spring in this 6 team league, go head-to-head once more. With a heat index hovering around 100F (37 C),  game conditions were trying, however, an [...]

#83 Galway hurlers light up the Bronx

#83 Galway hurlers light up the Bronx

NY Galway made a strong statement of intent in their opening game of the New York Hurling Championship yesterday, Sunday June 27 at Gaelic Park when running out impressive winners over Tipperary. Newcomer from Waterford, David Ellis at center forward, shone for Galway notching up 1-10 and played a key part in his side's victory. In Mens Senior [...]

Stockholm gain revenge

Stockholm gain revenge

At the recent Malmo GAA Tournament, June 19 in Sweden for Rd 2 of the Scandinavian Mens Football Championship, Stockholm, last month's runners up to Malmo, gained revenge when beating the 2009 regional champions in comprehensive fashion on a scoreline of 3-9 (18) to 1-5 (8). The southern Sweden event was deemed to be the best so far this [...]

#82 Impressive French performance in NW final

#82 Impressive French performance in NW final

GaelicSportsCast today takes a look back to the fourth and final round of the North West European Regional Mens Football Championship held recently in Paris. Despite weather worries, the tournament was a great success with Belgium A winning the day for the ladies while in the mens section, hosts Paris Gaels ran out 4 point winners over Jersey. All [...]

#81 Halfway stage at MHC

#81 Halfway stage at MHC

It's the halfway stage in the Milwaukee Hurling Club (MHC) League and one team, the Shamrock Club, is outshining the rest as they are 5-0 but can they remain that way for too long more? 'Shamrock Club, though pressed in the latter stages of their game last Sunday with suffering Trinity (1-3), had secured their victory in the first half with an [...]

#80 St Josephs take Shield’s Cup in London

#80 St Josephs take Shield’s Cup in London

Last year's Junior Championship winners St Josephs, made a statmement of intent for this year as last weekend they took home the intermediate Sean Shields Cup with a three point win over the more fancied Moindearg. It was a close affair all through but a late push by 'Josephs secured a deserved victory. London PRO, Declan Flanagan tells us about [...]

‘Shamrocks and ‘McAnallens take ‘League titles in Sydney

‘Shamrocks and ‘McAnallens take ‘League titles in Sydney

There was some great football, hurling and Camogie action last Sunday in the finals of the NSW League at Mono Park, Sydney.  In Mens Senior Football, we saw something of a surprise victory for Cormac McAnallens over Michael Cusacks, while the Senior Hurling final produced the match of the day in an epic extra time win for Sydney Shamrocks [...]

#79 Tir na N’og too strong as tempest interupts Boston schedule again

#79 Tir na N’og too strong as tempest interupts Boston schedule again

Well it seems the Gods are doing their best to upset the followers of Gaelic sports as once again Boston had to cancel fixtures due to poor weather last Sunday at Canton, MA. However some early games managed to beat the thunderstorms with a Junior Football game as well as a Ladies Senior Football clash getting completed. In the ladies we saw the [...]

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