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‘Shamrock’s shocked in Sydney

‘Shamrock’s shocked in Sydney

Sunday's NSW League semi finals produced a shock of shocks when hurling table toppers and champions Sydney Shamrock's got dumped out of this year's competition. Central Coast put an end to the run of the 2010 double League and Championship winners and they did it with room to spare as six points separated the sides at the final whistle. In [...]

#236 New GAA club in the Swiss Alps

#236 New GAA club in the Swiss Alps

Saint Gallen situated between Lake Constance and the Appenzell Alps in northeast Switzerland, is a beautiful city with a strong Irish connection as it takes its name from an Irish monk, Gallus who founded a hermitage here in the 7th century. That teaching and Irish connection still exists, and, the city's tale took another twist recently when [...]

#235 Boston Wexford take Sheehan Cup thriller

#235 Boston Wexford take Sheehan Cup thriller

The folks in Boston are getting plenty of value for money these days as there was more thrilling Gaelic sports action at Canton, MA over the weekend. Two of the three senior football championship matches turned out to be crackers, while in hurling the final of the early season competition, the Sheehan Cup, produced an exciting come from behind [...]

#234 New arrivals boost London sides

#234 New arrivals boost London sides

The influx of new immigrants to London this year has seen top players lining out for the Metropolitans the result of which, for the short term at the very least, has seen both the county football and hurling teams impress these past two weekends. London footballers nearly caused the shock of the young 2011 Senior Football Championship when [...]

Results

Nicky Rackard Cup Final Full Time - London 2-20  Louth 0-11

Results

Nicky Rackard Cup Final Half  Time - London 2-07 Louth 0-07

#233 – Favourites on course in NSW GAA League

#233 – Favourites on course in NSW GAA League

Despite the best efforts of mother nature, scuppering two weekends of Gaelic sports in Sydney over the past number of weeks, this year's New South Wales (NSW) GAA League action has gone according to plan for all the top fancies. Last year's football champion's, Michael Cusacks lead the way in their table and look the team to beat once [...]

#232 Boston champs survive scare

#232 Boston champs survive scare

Last year's Boston Senior Football champions, Donegal came close to their first loss of the young 2011 'Championship when an impressive Galway side pushed them all the way last Sunday in Canton, MA. Memorial Day Holiday weekend saw just the one match down for decision in the senior football championship, but nonetheless the respectable crowd [...]

#231 The Hague win again at new European hurling fixture

#231 The Hague win again at new European hurling fixture

Holland's, Den Haag hurling team, took their second competition of the season over the weekend when winning the 2nd Round of this year's European Hurling Championship at the new location for hurling in Europe - Budapest, Hungary. Despite hosts Budapest, coming in 4th of four teams in action on Saturday, the recently formed hurling team - [...]

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