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Bad weather dampens start of Boston GAA championships

Bad weather dampens start of Boston GAA championships

It was a wet start to the 2011 US Northeast Football Championship in Boston last weekend as only one early game was played with the rest of the fixtures postponed due to torrential rains. The first senior football game of the day however went ahead - in very difficult conditions it has to be said - between Boston Kerry and Cork with the [...]

#225 Denver Gaels break new ground in the Rockies

#225 Denver Gaels break new ground in the Rockies

The Denver Gaels GAA Club has taken Gaelic sports to a place where they have never been before. Last month, the Gaels played a half time exhibition game during a US college rugby match at Infinity Park stadium, the brand new Municipal Rugby ground in Glendale Denver, Colorado. This stadium is one of the premier rugby venues in America and [...]

Hague hurlers triumph in OT, Belgium ladies win great camogie competition

Hague hurlers triumph in OT, Belgium ladies win great camogie competition

  It turned out to be a fantastic opening weekend for both European hurling and camogie last Saturday, as competitive games of a high standard was the order for Round 1 of this year's European Hurling and Camogie Championship at the Hague, Holland.  The mens hurling decider between hosts Den Hague and Zurich was a thrilling final as [...]

McAnespies take season’s first title

McAnespies take season’s first title

One of the strongest senior football clubs in Boston, if not America, Aidan McAnespies showed again why they are a force as they crushed Boston Wolfe Tones last Sunday to take the first US Northeast competition of the season, the O'Brien Cup. The 'Tones had been putting in some impressive performances early on in the young season and looked like [...]

#224 McAnespies and ‘Tones in first Boston final

#224 McAnespies and ‘Tones in first Boston final

This afternoon at the GAA grounds in Canton, Massachusetts, sees the first final of the new US Northeast Division season when Aidan McAnespies take on Boston Wolf Tones in the O'Brien Cup final. The new season began three weeks ago with the start of the O'Brien Cup, and Wolfe Tones have looked impressive in getting to the final. Their [...]

#223 Great Luxembourg tourno as Den Hague open European hurling championship

#223 Great Luxembourg tourno as Den Hague open European hurling championship

European hurlers and camogie players are looking forward to this weekend with no small amount of joy as the start of this year's European Hurling and Camogie Championship takes place in Den Hague, Holland on Saturday, May 7. This is the first of four tournaments in the hurling and camogie circuit and European hurling champions Belgium will [...]

#222 London continue to impress

Last Saturday, London hurlers travelled to Dundalk to take on Louth in Round 2 of this year's Nicky Rackard Cup.  Louth had beaten Sligo in their first game and London, last year's finalists, expected tough opposition as two years ago, they had just about got passed the same opposition. However, this time around it was a non-contest as [...]

#221 Hoboken ‘Guards’ hurling renaissance

#221 Hoboken ‘Guards’ hurling renaissance

The town of Hoboken, New Jersey, is a virtual puck-out 'cross the Hudson River to New York City.  Hoboken has seen many young Irish immigrants arrive in this bustling urban center over the past 25 years but up until last year hadn't witnessed any Gaelic sports history in recent generations.  Some 150 years ago however, Hoboken - [...]

#220 Warwickshire move onto ‘Meagher quarter final

#220 Warwickshire move onto ‘Meagher quarter final

Warwickshire hurlers proved too much for a battling Leitrim side at Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon yesterday when taking Round 2 B of this year's Lory Meagher Cup. The boys from Warwickshire got off to a sluggish start, perhaps due to their arrival that morning by plane (and returned that evening) from the West Midlands region of [...]

RESULT: Sun May 1 Connacht Football Championship Quarter Final @ Gaelic Park, NY. Roscommon  3-21  New York  1-11 Nicky Rackard Cup Hurling - Round 2 @ Dundalk, Co Louth London 6-20 Louth 1-10 Sat, April 30 Lory Meagher Cup Hurling, Round 2 B @ Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim Warwickshire [...]

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