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Thursday November 30th 2023
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# 416 McAnallens, Cusacks and Coast on the double

New NSW Football champions celebrate their victory Sunday at Scruffy Murphy's Bar. (Photo courtesy of Cormac McAnallens GAC Facebook).

It was a big day at Monarch Fields in Sydney on Sunday as it was NSW GAA Championship Finals time with no less than three teams in all four codes looking to add championship titles to league honours garnered earlier in the season.

In Mens and Ladies senior football, Cormac McAnallens were looking to add to their league success, Michael Cusacks were looking to do likewise in their hurling clash with fierce rivals and 2011 championship victors’ Sydney Shamrocks, while in Camogie league winners Central Coast were also looking to get on the double.

GaelicSportsCast spoke with Joint NSW GAA PRO Micheal O’Laochdha, and guests Tyrone man Emmet McKenna of McAnallens and Dublin native and Cusack’s Gearoid Keogh, who gave us the details from championhip podcast sponsor’s Scruffy Murphy’s Bar in the heart of Sydney.


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