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#219 London boosted by Cork’s Canty

#219 London boosted by Cork’s Canty

The arrival of former Cork senior hurler, Kevin Canty to London, has greatly boosted the Metropolitans chances of collecting silverware this year as the former Rebel starred in last weekend's Round 1 Nicky Rackard win over Allianz Division 3B champions, Roscommon. London were minus a number of regulars due to suspension and injury but [...]

#218 First Asia GAA ‘major’ this weekend – All China Games

#218 First Asia GAA ‘major’ this weekend – All China Games

The Asian GAA season gets underway over the weekend, when we have the first of the four Asia GAA major's of the year, the All-China Gaelic Games. The China Games return to that fabulous metropolis of Shanghai for the first time in 4 years where clubs from all over this vast country will descend on the new Shanghai Rugby Club at Waigaoqiao for a [...]

#217 – Roscommon power past NY minors

#217 – Roscommon power past NY minors

In a rather one sided affair at Croke Park yesterday, Roscommon minor footballers proved far too strong for the visitors  from New York when strolling to a 4-20 to 0-0-3 victory in this Preliminary Round of the 2011 Connacht Minor Football Championship. It had been all of 26 years since New York last played at headquarters and so it was a [...]

RESULTS

RESULTS

RESULTS  - APRIL 23, 2011   2011 Nicky Rackard Cup - Round 1 @ Ruislip, London London 1-19 | Roscommon 1-17 2011 Lory Meagher - Round 1 @ Páirc na hÉireann, Birmingham Warwickshire 1-13 | Donegal 3-16   2011 Connacht Minor Football Championship - Preliminary Round @ Croke Park, Dublin Roscommon 4-20 New York [...]

#216 Champs Kilburn early stumble, while understrength London prepare for tricky ‘Rackard opener

#216 Champs Kilburn early stumble, while understrength London prepare for tricky ‘Rackard opener

Hurling takes center stage over the Easter holidays in London as we have the opening round of the 2011 Nicky Rackard Cup. The big clash pitts last year's runners-up, London against high flying Roscommon, who last week captured the Allianz 3A title when beating Mayo. Despite London playing at a higher level in Division 3A, they could be [...]

#215 NY GAA games officer opens new doors

#215 NY GAA games officer opens new doors

New York GAA's Games Development Officer (GDO), Simon Gillespie, who was appointed last year, is relishing his role introducing Gaelic sports to new audiences in the Big Apple.  His energy and passion for Gaelic sports combined with his coaching and administrative expertise has already made an impact developing coaching structures in existing [...]

#214 Sanctions, transfers go through for US GAA but same ol’ for TV rights!

#214 Sanctions, transfers go through for US GAA but same ol’ for TV rights!

Last weekend's annual GAA Congress in Mullingar, Co Westmeath, saw US GAA or North American County Board (NACB) (excl New York) delegates go away relatively happy with all motions offered, passed. A sticky issue for some divisions last year was on the matter of players Sanctions for those coming out from Ireland and not having J1 Visa's. Out [...]

#213 All French Liffré impress with 5th Breton title

#213 All French Liffré impress with 5th Breton title

Back in Ireland after GaelicSportsCast visit to France last week, today's podcast brings you a full report on the 4th Round of the League Bretagne/Brittany, which was held last Saturday in the beautiful French city of Nantes. Playing 11 a-side, three teams - Guerande, Liffré and hosts Nantes (Rennes withdrawal) battled it out in hot afternoon [...]

#212 Vive la France!

#212 Vive la France!

With 17 football clubs, Gaelic Football in France is thriving and tomorrow Saturday, April 9, marks another occassion to celebrate a truly French revolution as the Nantes Gaelic Football Tournament gets underway. Over the past five years the number of clubs in France is growing almost on a monthly basis, especially in Le Bretagne or Brittany [...]

#211 History, growth and can do attitude to guide Camogie into the future

#211 History, growth and can do attitude to guide Camogie into the future

For over a century, the sport of camogie has played a central role in the lives of young Irish women. While camogie hasn't always been at the forefront of the Irish sporting psyche in general, it has nevertheless remained vital for many and today there is a renewed sense of confidence as a growing member base both in Ireland and abroad, look to [...]

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