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UK GAA results

Sunday Nov 27, 2011 All Ireland Intermediate Club Hurling Quarter Final @Ruislip, London Robert Emmetts (London)   1-12 Moycullen (Galway) 2-7 All-Ireland Junior Club Hurling Quarter Final @Pairc na hEireann, Birmingham Fullen Gaels (Warwickshire) 4-9 Burt (Donegal) 1-7

#305 Elevate Sports’ taking coaching to the next level

#305 Elevate Sports’ taking coaching to the next level

Gaelic Football coaching app to be launched in December by Elevate Sports Solutions. The world of coaching and performance analysis is becoming an increasing feature of Gaelic Sports across Ireland and on the international GAA scene. Coaches are putting a huge amount of time and effort into the development of teams and athletes and a new [...]

#304 Despite weather good wins for ‘Gazelles, ‘Garage and Murphy’s Law

Yes, Mother Nature did her very best to spoil things for Wellington GAA once again this week with Wednesday's night's six game schedule rained out with only three games getting in for yesterday evening, Thursday at Ian Galloway Park in Wellington, New Zealand. Last night's limited calendar saw The Gazelles up against The Badgers, Su Oraiste [...]

#303 Gaelic Sports culture growing in Tasmania

#303 Gaelic Sports culture growing in Tasmania

Gaelic Sports clubs continue to spring up across the world be it in the US, Canada, Europe, Asia, South Africa, New Zealand or Australia. The popularity of the once indigenous sports is spreading beyond Irish cultural boundaries with one of the newer  clubs formed in the middle of the Indian and Pacific oceans on the island wilderness of [...]

#302 Al’s, the ‘Wheelers and Murphy’s Law…. impress

#302 Al’s, the ‘Wheelers and Murphy’s Law…. impress

Despite the best efforts of wet weather, the Wellington Mixed Summer Sevens is in full swing with this Wednesday and Thursday nights action very competitive at Ian Galloway Park in Wellington, New Zealand. The schedule was curtailed on Wednesday evening as rain saw just three games being played with The Gazelles v Hill 16 the pick of the night [...]

#301 ‘Anthonys and ‘Cusacks tops as ‘Kiernans win four-in-row in London

Last weekend saw the penultimate round of London domestic club competition with Cup and U21 action bringing down the curtain on the 2011 London GAA season. In the Mallarkey Cup Final on Saturday,  St Anthony's were trying to add to their recent McCardle Cup win but standing in there way was the more fancied Division 2 finalists and London [...]

#300 Europe’s proud moment in Limerick

#300 Europe’s proud moment in Limerick

It was both a historic and proud moment for Overseas GAA when for the first time ever one of their own, European GAA, got to showcase organization and talent when the final round of this year's Pan European Gaelic Football Championship was held recently in Ireland at UL and the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick City. The tournament took place in [...]

#299 Setanta GFC reaching out to mainstream America

#299 Setanta GFC reaching out to mainstream America

This week in our continuing focus on the Gaelic Sports scene in the New York area, GaelicSportsCast looks at a new and very interesting club in Westchester County, the Setanta Gaelic Football Club. Founded just three short years ago, the club affiliated to the New York GAA Minor Board, set out from the start to broaden the scope of the player [...]

#298 Massive Wellington Sevens up and running

Bigger and better can often be an overused term but in the case of this year's Wellington Mixed Summer 7s in Gaelic football, the description fits perfectly. On Wednesday, Wellington GAA in New Zealand put on a brilliant show for the promotion of football as Week 1 of their Summer Mixed 7s competition drew a record 16 teams to the pre Christmas [...]

#297 Kingdom, Kilburn, Dulwich and St Anthony’s impress

The second last round of domestic GAA competition took place in London over the weekend with 'Cup action in both football and hurling dominating the schedule at Ruislip. There was two Cup finals to be decided in football with League winners, Kingdom Kerry Gaels trying to over come St Kiernans in the Conway Cup, while in the Junior competition, [...]

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