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#245 Swiss hurlers mean business

#245 Swiss hurlers mean business

One of the performances of the season saw Zurich Inneoin hurling club overcome rivals Den Haag in a thrilling finale to last weekend's 3rd round of the 2011 European Hurling Champi0nship, in Zurich, Switzerland. The Zurich side, with a half a dozen Swiss and international players, out-gunned Den Haag - who had won the prior two tournaments - to [...]

#244 ‘Cusacks on the double in Sydney

#244 ‘Cusacks on the double in Sydney

Though coming up short in the ladies football and camogie league finals, it turned out to be a fantastic weekend for Michael Cusacks as last Sunday at Mono Park in Sydney, the club took the double when winning this year's NSW GAA men's football and hurling league titles.  In a repeat of last years men's football final, this time around Michael [...]

#243 London buzzing after win

#243 London buzzing after win

There's an extra spring in the step of Gaelic sports followers in London this week following last Saturday's terrific win over Fermanagh at Ruislip for the 1st Round of the All Ireland Footballer Qualifiers. In this podcast, London GAA Chairman Tommy Harrell looks back on the occasion that saw London win their first football championship game [...]

#242 European GAA revs up

#242 European GAA revs up

It's all happening of late for Europe GAA as recently the county board launched a new Facebook page and this week sees the unveiling of their cutting edge brand new website europegaa.eu On the field, the European regional championships in football, hurling, ladies football and camogie competitions are heating up nicely, while excitement is [...]

#241 Boston hurling champs get good start

#241 Boston hurling champs get good start

There was plenty to whet the appetite last weekend at Canton in the Northeast GAA Championships with crowds attending the Boston Irish Cultural Festival at the grounds taking in some exciting football and hurling action. In senior hurling, a first round clash and repeat of the 2011 final saw Tipperary once more proving too much for Galway, [...]

#240 ‘Emmett’s looking like a force

#240 ‘Emmett’s looking like a force

Robert Emmetts look to be a force in London club hurling this year as last weekend, in their Round 4 Division 1 League clash, they looked impressive when coming from behind to beat a fancied St Gabriels. St Gabriels had been the inform team in the early part of the league and at Ruislip on Sunday it looked like more of the same when they led [...]

Sydney GAA plagued by poor weather

Sydney GAA plagued by poor weather

More bad weather has hit this years New South Wales (NSW) GAA schedule, as the league finals fixed for last Sunday had to be called off due to heavy rains. Bad weather has plagued the GAA in Sydney this year as early in the season several weekends were lost to the elements while a couple of weeks ago the final round of the league was also [...]

#239 Jerome Quinn’s tour of Oz

#239 Jerome Quinn’s tour of Oz

Well known GAA journalist and web video specialist, Belfast's Jerome Quinn recently undertook an epic journey to Australia to discover what is life like for new and not so new Irish immigrants, and how Gaelic sports and the GAA is playing a part in life Down Under. Over a three week period, Jerome visited the cities of  Melbourne, Sydney and [...]

#238 London juniors slip but seniors buzzing

#238 London juniors slip but seniors buzzing

While last weekend's London loss to Lancashire in the first round of the All Britain Junior Football Championship may not have been ideal, there's a huge buzz of excitement in the senior camp ahead of their upcoming clash against Fermanagh in the All Ireland Football Qualifiers. In Birmingham last Sunday in the All Britain Junior [...]

#237 ‘Blues topple Boston champs

#237 ‘Blues topple Boston champs

In an action packed schedule of Gaelic sports at Canton, MA over the weekend, the upset of the four senior football championship games saw Shannon Blues record an impressive six point win over champions Donegal. In the three other football clashes, league leaders Connamara Gaels beat Cork; Kerry got off to winning ways over Galway, while in [...]

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