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Archive for July, 2011

‘Shamrocks and ‘Coast going well in Sydney

The last two weeks of action from the New South Wales GAA 2011 Championship have gone for the most part along expected lines with the top fancies in all codes coming out with wins. The prior week's Round 2 games had seen wins in hurling for leaders, Sydney Shamrocks and Michael Cusacks, while in mens football there was wins also for last year's [...]

#254 Thurles Revisted – Robert Emmets v Naomh Moninne

#254 Thurles Revisted – Robert Emmets v Naomh Moninne

(Photos by John O'Loughlin). A look back to last Saturday's successful and first ever Thurles Sarsfield International Hurling Tournament. Here is a podcast on GaelicSportsCast Facebook Live Audio coverage on the day. Commentary Coilin Duffy and Denis O'Brien Group 1 Game 2: Robert Emmets (London) v Naomh Moninne (Louth) [...]

#253 Thurles Revisited – Keady v Lackenheath

#253 Thurles Revisited – Keady v Lackenheath

                                               A look back to last Saturday's successful and first ever Thurles Sarsfield International Hurling Tournament. Here is a podcast on GaelicSportsCast Facebook Live Audio coverage on the day. Commentary Coilin Duffy and Denis [...]

#252 Rogue Camogs overcome the odds

#252 Rogue Camogs overcome the odds

If there are Gaelic sports clubs out there who at times struggle to make a far-off tournament because of costs and other commitments, well take heart as a group of American camogie players from three different cities came up with a way of beating the odds when forming a new  team -  The Rogue Camogs! Camogie in Denver, Seattle and Twin [...]

# 251 Toronto GAA on the up

# 251 Toronto GAA on the up

Over the past few years, increasing numbers of Irish immigrants to Toronto has bolstered the Gaelic sports scene in the city and region, and coupled with solid youth programs already in place on the ground, it is no wonder that Toronto GAA is flying at present. There are six clubs in the Toronto area - St Mikes, St Vincents, Toronto Gaels, St [...]

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

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

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, [...]

#249 Clubs impressed with Thurles hurling festival

#249 Clubs impressed with Thurles hurling festival

Club managers and mentors participating in Saturday's, inaugural Thurles Sarsfield International Hurling Festival, said that they were impressed with the organisation and future possibilities of the competition. In this podcast, GaelicSportsCast speaks to clubs about their thoughts on this new event in Thurles. We hear from the winning [...]

# 248 London champions Kilburn Gaels win International tournament

# 248 London champions Kilburn Gaels win International tournament

It was a fantastic day for Kilburn Gaels of London and the sport of hurling over the weekend as the London 2010 league and championship holders were crowned the winners of a terrific first ever international hurling tournament at Thurles on Saturday, July 9. While Thurles Sarsfield and Tipp hero, the turbo charged Lar Corbett blazed a trail in [...]

# 247 Thurles shines spotlight on International hurling this weekend

# 247 Thurles shines spotlight on International hurling this weekend

While this Sunday sees the Munster hurling final in the Rebel county of Cork grabbing most of the headlines, Thurles, the spiritual home of the Munster final in County Tipperary, will be shining the spotlight on another event that could have far more consequences for the future of the sport both at home and abroad. You see, Thurles Sarsfield [...]

‘Shamrock’s trump league champs again in Sydney

‘Shamrock’s trump league champs again in Sydney

Recent New South Wales 2011 Hurling League champions Michael Cusacks, didn't get much time to ponder the heights of winning titles as the team that beat them in Over Time in both last year's league and championship finals, Sydney Shamrocks, once more ruined the vibe when beating 'Cusacks in the first round of the NSW Hurling Championship last [...]

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