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#250 McAnespies still unbeaten, Tir na nOg win ladies, ‘Tom’s and Wexford lead in hurling

Boston North East GAA Chairman, John Farrell presents The Ladies Senior Football Championship Cup to Tir na nOg captain, Sinead Bannon. Sinead is a graduate of the Irish Sports Youth League. (Photo by Rory O'Donnell).

That storied mens football club in Boston, Aidan McAnespies is putting in one hell of a senior football campaign this year as with three rounds left to play before the playoffs they are the only team to remain unbeaten and lead the Boston Northeast Football Championship.

McAnespies had a convincing win over arch rivals Donegal over the weekend, while in other action St Christophers had a good win over struggling Shannon Blues.
Second place Connemara Gaels were held to a draw by Kerry, and Galway had an important win over Mayo.

In the final game of the three game series in the Ladies Football Championship, last year’s champions Tir na nOg proved too strong once more for Boston Shamrocks and as a result of taking three out of three, Tir na nOg are crowned 2011 champions.

In hurling meanwhile, Fr Tom’s beat Galway in a thriller on Saturday while on Sunday, Boston Wexford held on to beat Tipperary.

In Junior C Hurling action Portland beat Worcester to go top of the table.

Here to fill us in on the latest from Boston is Northeast GAA PRO, Rory O’Donnell.


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Boston Northeast Championships Results, July 9-10

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