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131 Clan’ oust league champs in Sydney

Plucking footballs from palm trees in Sydney...as Clan hold on to oust McAnallens. (Photo by NSW GAA).

Yesterday’s NSW GAA championships at Mono Park in Sydney produced some very exciting, football, hurling, camogie and ladies football as we had this year’s semi finals fixtures down for decision. In the first mens football semi final, table leaders Clan Na Gael put paid to league winners Cormac McAnallen’s ambitions when holding on for a nailing biting 2 point win, while in the other semi final, league runners-up Michael Cusacks had an impressive victory over Penrith Gaels. In the one ladies football semi final clash on Sunday, after falling behind early in the game, Michael Cusacks came back to overcome a spirited Clan, however, Clan Na Gael had better luck in Camogie when defeating McAnallens by 6 points. In hurling meanwhile, Sydney Shamrocks narrow 2 point win over  last year’s champs, Craobh Padraig sets them up for a rematch with league final rivals ‘Cusacks.  To tell us about the games is NSW GAA Secretary, Mark McGuinness.


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