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Vancouver Harps double in Red Deer

Vancouver Harps double in Red Deer

Last weekend saw the culmination of this year's Western Canada GAA Championships at Red Deer, Alberta.  Canada GAA Secretary, John O'Flynn was at the tournement and he gave us this report. The first complete Western Canada tournament to be staged in RED DEER, ALBERTA, can only be described as a resounding success. Top-class field and [...]

#118 Second half surge puts Barnabas into final

#118 Second half surge puts Barnabas into final

A blistering second half performance by last year's Intermediate champions, St Barnabas of Nottingham proved too much for local team John Mitchell's in last Sunday's Warwickshire GAA senior football championship semi final at Pairc na hEireann, Birmingham. In a game of two halves that saw 'Mitchells look in control at the interval, the Nottingham [...]

#117 Playoff fever grips Milwaukee

#117 Playoff fever grips Milwaukee

The Milwaukee Hurling Playoffs have arrived as last Sunday at Brown Deer Park saw the last and final round of the Milwaukee Hurling Club League regular season. Of the ten teams in this competition two did not make it through to the Playoffs this year - Brocach and Ale House - these two will now battle it out for the MHC Shield. Brocach though [...]

#116 ‘Mac’s and ‘Tones edge closer to semis

#116 ‘Mac’s and ‘Tones edge closer to semis

We had some thrilling football action as well as a big surprise in the hurling in the Northeast GAA Championships over the weekend at Canton, MA. In senior football, Wolfe Tones heading the table, crossed swords with Armagh Notre Dame who needed a result to keep their hopes of adding senior honours to their Intermediate crown of last year. In a [...]

#115 American underage championships a huge success at Long Island

#115 American underage championships a huge success at Long Island

                                                                                                    ]The 7th annual GAA Continental Youth Championships (CYC) held in Long Island, NY over the weekend, turned out once again to be a fantastic [...]

Sydney games cancelled

Once more Mother Nature has put the kibosh on GAA fixtures around the world. Last weekend saw the good folks in Milwaukee, Wisconsin having to cancel their games due to flooding, a week later it's the turn of the Ozzie brigade as their 5th and final round of the NSW Championships in Sydney was cancelled today also because of flooding. Heavy rain [...]

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