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NACB Nationals Day 1 – results to date

As Day 1 of the 2012 North American GAA Championships is underway today in Philadelphia, we bring you results as they come in and will post on GaelicSportsCast Facebook Page ... source from Pennypack Park says that conditions are "hot and humid with a light wind". Results to Date ... JCH - Milwaukee 8-7 (31) Seattle 2-0 (6) ... Baltimore 1-5 [...]

# 415 All roads lead to Philly for North American Nationals

# 415 All roads lead to Philly for North American Nationals

It's that time of the year again when the North American GAA National Finals take place and this time around all roads lead to that grand old city, Philadelphia. The North American County Board (NACB) was founded back in Philly in 1959 and it's only fitting that the Nationals should come calling home once in a while. The games run over three [...]

# 414 Queensland GAA finals lineup decided

It was semi finals day in the Queensland GAA Championships at Willawong Gaelic Park, Brisbane on Sunday with teams in mens and ladies football as well as hurling all looking for victories and a place in the finals. Australasian and Queensland GAA President Seamus Sullivan has been giving us a rundown on events all summer long and he is back [...]

# 413 NSW GAA Championship Finals Preview

Next Sunday is a big day in the New South Wales GAA calendar as it is the climax of the season with the Championship Finals at Monarch Fields Sydney. In the Men's Senior Football Final, Cormac McAnallens will be looking to add a championship to the league title they won earlier in the year while their opponents Penrith Gaels will be hoping to [...]

# 412 Luxembourg camogie player is Tralee Rose

# 412 Luxembourg camogie player is Tralee Rose

In the podcast today we talk about a Luxembourg Gaelic Sports Club camogie and ladies Gaelic football player who won last weekend's Rose of Tralee, the final European GAA regional football round from Malmo in Sweden, and about a very interesting football friendly that pitted Irish sailors against a team from Galicia - an autonomous community in [...]

# 411 Fulham take Tipperary Cup

# 411 Fulham take Tipperary Cup

Last year's London senior football champions Fulham Irish showed that their victory was no fluke as they beat the form team Tir Chonaill Gaels on Saturday to take the first major trophy of this year, the Tipperary Cup. The game turned out to be a thriller and to take us through it and the rest of the weekend's schedule, which turned out to be a [...]

# 410 All set for NSW GAA finals

If you are a follower of Gaelic Sports in Sydney, Monarch Fields was the place to be on Sunday as the much anticipated semi finals of this year's NSW GAA Championships were down for decision. Teams in all four codes in mens and ladies football as well as hurling and camogie were all vying for final places in two weeks time and here to give us a [...]

# 409 Vancouver teams tops in Western Canada

# 409 Vancouver teams tops in Western Canada

Though in the shade (with coach Ronan Deane) Vancouver ISSC’s Celts shone brightly on the field when winning the recent Ladies Senior Football Western Canada Championship in Vancouver. (Photo courtesy of Roan Deane). This year's Western Canada GAA Football Championships took place recently in Vancouver and it was the hosts' who came away with [...]

# 408 Harps win Queensland League

Though the start of the Queensland GAA Championship took place on Sunday there was still some unfinished business left in the men's football league where a final round clash on Thursday between Harps, tied on points with East Celts (who hand finished all their games), would decide matters. Harps needed a win over third placed John Mitchells to [...]

# 407 Tir Chonaill Gaels the team to beat

# 407 Tir Chonaill Gaels the team to beat

As the athletes of the world were getting ready to bid farewell to the Olympics last weekend, London GAA was upping the antic with last round games in the men's senior football championship and important games also in senior hurling down for decision. Tir Chonaill Gaels have looked the form team in football all season while in hurling Kilburn [...]

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