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# 342 Hurling makes history at Stanford with second ‘Nationals

# 342 Hurling makes history at Stanford with second ‘Nationals

Tomorrow is an historic day for both hurling and Stanford University in California, as for the first time ever, the sport is featured in a Nationals Finals competition at an American campus. In our second Podcast today, GaelicSportsCast talks with the chairman of the National Collegiate Gaelic Athletic Association (NCGAA), Eamonn Gormley and [...]

# 341 Week 2 preview, Ottawa win big and All-Stars in Toronto

# 341 Week 2 preview, Ottawa win big and All-Stars in Toronto

The Ladies Gaelic Football All Stars have arrived in Toronto for a week-long stay and in the first of our podcasts today, GaelicSportsCast talks with Toronto GAA PRO Ross McElhone about how the visit is going and the big match tomorrow at Centennial Park in the city. Ross also looks ahead to Sunday's second round of the Toronto League, and [...]

Podcast schedule …US College Nationals Preview …

Coming up later today, podcasts from Toronto, and from San Francisco where we will be previewing the 2012 US Collegiate Hurling Nationals at Stanford University this weekend.

# 340 Vancouver ladies football championship underway tonight

# 340 Vancouver ladies football championship underway tonight

The Vancouver GAA season gets underway this evening Thursday May 24, with the start of the Ladies Football Championship at Stanley Park in the city. On account of a growing number of players - not only Irish immigrants but International and Canadian players as well - a  new league format sees clubs divided into six smaller teams at Junior [...]

EUROPE GAA TABLE STANDINGS

The standings after May 19 in the 2012 Europe GAA Football and Hurling Championships, show that in football in Spain, Madrid Harps men and ladies teams are in strong position with one tournament remaining, while in Scandinavia, Stockholm mens and ladies sides lead the way with three rounds left. In the Benelux region, Den Haag lead the mens [...]

# 339 Trinity and Shamrock’ impress in Milwaukee Opener’

# 339 Trinity and Shamrock’ impress in Milwaukee Opener’

The largest hurling organization in America, the Milwaukee Hurling Club of Wisconsin had its season opener on Sunday with plenty of festivity, youth games and adult hurling action. There were four games played on Opening Day and to take us through the action, GaelicSportsCast talks with MHC PRO, Andy McKee in the first of our podcasts [...]

# 338 Brilliant win for London hurlers

In the second Podcast today, GaelicSportsCast talks to former London GAA Chairman, Tommy Harrell about the hurlers win over Derry in the Christy Ring Championship and about the semi-final match-up with Down on Saturday in Newry, while London PRO Declan Flanagan goes over last weekend's mens football league games. 13:45

# 337 Swiss team create history in Prague

# 337 Swiss team create history in Prague

The St. Gallen-Zurich team created a piece of history last Saturday in the Europe GAA East & Central Region second tournament at Prague, when in their very first competition, the amalgamated Swiss men's side took the winners trophy home to the mountains. In the first of our podcasts today, St. Gallen Secretary and Europe GAA Official, Brian [...]

No change at top in Warwickshire

After Sunday's games, the Warwickshire GAA Mens Senior Football League saw no change to the top of the table at this the halfway stage of this year's competition. Front runners Sean McDermotts continued their winning ways with an easy win over third from last, Naomh Padraig in Birmingham, but in the first senior game at Pairc na hEireann, it [...]

# 336 – Penrith beat ‘Cusacks while Clan’ topple ‘Coast in Sydney

A very competitive New South Wales GAA League yesterday, Sunday May 20, saw some eye-catching and surprise results at Monarch Fields. In the second of our podcasts today, NSW PRO Michael O' Laochdha gives us a rundown on all the games and results, and later tells us about the new venue for the GAA in Sydney. Listen here: 17:00 NSW League [...]

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