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#171 Big crowds for ‘Seven’s Rd 2

#171 Big crowds for ‘Seven’s Rd 2

On another terrific evening big crowds gathered last night for Round 2 of this year's Gaelic Mixed Sevens at Galloway Park in Wellington, NZ. Similar to last week's action some cracking matches took place at Wednesday's eight game schedule. Shock of the night saw Group A leader's Marist's Muscle Farm come a cropper at the hands of Kelly's [...]

#170 Tir Chonaill take London league

#170 Tir Chonaill take London league

Tir Chonaill Gaels took this year's London Div 1 Senior Football League title when scoring a five point win over St Kiernans on Saturday in Greenford. The Gaels, who had won this competition and the London championship last year, would have been favourites going into the game, however in a close affair they held a slender one point lead at [...]

#169 Transport Gaels thriving after 125 years

#169 Transport Gaels thriving after 125 years

The Transport Gaels legacy as a GAA club in Dublin is one that is little known yet its foundation goes back to the very beginning of the Gaelic Athletic Association. Today, under the umbrella of the CIE Group, the Gael's draw Gaelic footballers from Dublin Bus, Bus Eireann, and Irish Rail. Dublin transport teams began life in 1886 when workers at [...]

#168 French tour to Ireland

#168 French tour to Ireland

An event that might have very positive results for the continuing growth of Gaelic football in Europe took place early this month in Ireland. We are talking here about the recent week long tour of two French Gaelic footballs clubs, Lugdunum CLG from Lyon and the Tolosa Gaels from Toulouse. This was a first for both clubs who are new to Gaelic [...]

#167 Great night of football in Wellington

#167 Great night of football in Wellington

With summer around the corner, a balmy Spring  evening in Wellington, NZ,  greeted the first round of this year's Gaelic Football Mixed Sevens at Ian Galloway Park on Wednesday. Some 150 players took to the Kiwi sod over 8 games and there was some very exciting football on offer. This tournament sees both men and ladies joining forces on each [...]

#166 Kilburn add League title

#166 Kilburn add League title

Fresh from their famous, first ever London GAA Championship victory this summer, Kilburn Gaels continued their remarkable run of success when overcoming Robert Emmetts in last Sunday's London Div 1 Senior Hurling title clash at Ruislip. Played in wet and difficult conditions, 'Emmetts had the better start and led by two points at the interval. [...]

Fullen Gaels make history

Fullen Gaels make history

A Manchester sports club ...no, not the 'United' variety, made history over the weekend as Fullen Gaels Hurling Club won their first ever All Britain Club Championship last Sunday at Pairc na hEireann in Birmingham. In the final, Fullen Gaels, the only hurling club in Manchester and Lancashire, were up against the intermediate champions from [...]

#165 Record numbers for Wellington ‘Sevens

#165 Record numbers for Wellington ‘Sevens

There will be much excitement in the summer air tomorrow evening, Wed November 17 at Galloway Park in Wellington, NZ as this year's Mixed Gaelic Football Sevens Round 1 has attracted the largest number of teams ever assembled for this three year old tournament.  The continuing arrival of Irish immigrants to Kiwi shores together with increased [...]

#164 Belturbet Rory O’ Moore’s GFC – a way of life

#164 Belturbet Rory O’ Moore’s GFC – a way of life

Since its foundation in 1888, the Rory O'Moore's Gaelic Football Club has played a central role in the rural town of Belturbet, Co Cavan. For many people in this lakeland community, Rory O' Moore's has represented a life long passion and way of life.  Looking at the clubs honours on the field, the late 1930s saw the club win a Junior [...]

#163 – St Peter’s All Britain champs

#163 – St Peter’s All Britain champs

Lancashire senior champions, St Peters were crowned All Britain Club Champions last Sunday when they had a deserving win over Birmingham's, Sean McDermott's at Old Bedians Rugby Club in Manchester.   A late burst of scores from St Peters saw off the challenge of the Warwickshire champions, who when looking back at this game, will surely rue [...]

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