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# 667 Boston starts season

The Boston Northeast GAA season got underway last weekend at Canton, Massachusetts with the start of the Pat O'Brien Cup and Junior Hurling Championship. Boston GAA PRO Rory O'Donnell, reports on the five football games and one hurling game from Sunday's action.        

# 666 New York eager for Mayo clash

# 666 New York eager for Mayo clash

The buzz in New York GAA circles is focused squarely on the coming weekend, as All Ireland football runners-up Mayo, come calling for their Connacht GAA Championship Quarter Final clash at Gaelic Park in the Bronx. In the Podcast, GAA sports reporter Aaron McLoughlin, casts his eye over how the game might [...]

# 665 Season underway in Sydney

After a late start due to poor weather, the crew in New South Wales GAA in Sydney, Australia were happy to be back on track with the opening round of the 2014 League taking place over the weekend. A mammoth 10 match schedule commenced proceedings at Monarch Fields on Sunday, and in the Podcast, NSW GAA PRO Catherine Fleming, gives us results [...]

# 664 ‘2Gingers’ move to top of Indy leaderboard

The first Podcast of the day comes by way of Indianapolis, as Indy GAA secretary Brian Mathes gives us the lowdown on Week 3 of the summer hurling league with surprise results in the mix on Sunday at Eugene Byrne Fields, Indy IN.            

# 663 Splendid London earn deserved draw

# 663 Splendid London earn deserved draw

Action from the first ever Leinster senior hurling championship match at Ruislip on Sunday, between London and Carlow. London next play Antrim in May, as part of the new five team round-robin Leinster hurling championship series to qualify for the quarter-finals. (Photo courtesy of London GAA PRO, Declan Flanagan). The second Podcast of the [...]

# 662 Charleston takes Holy City Cup

# 662 Charleston takes Holy City Cup

In the first of two Podcasts today, we report on Saturday's Holy City Hurling Cup from Charleston, South Carolina. Teams from across the south-east traveled to this Atlantic sea-coast city for the second installment of this annual tournament and Charleston HC club co-founder Ryan Shrum and Tournament Director, Jay McNealy, take us through the [...]

# 661Grizzlies impress with historic home victory

# 661Grizzlies impress with historic home victory

Naoise Waldron lifts the McEneaney Cup in the first ever hurling tournament played at the University of Montana's Grizzly Stadium, Missoula, MT. (Photo courtesy of UM Hurling). Though they cannot attend today's Round 4 of the Cascade Hurling League in Oregon, the recently formed University of Montana Grizzlies hurling team, impressed a local [...]

# 660 Playing field leveled in St. Louis …

Week 4 of the St. Louis Spring Hurling League produced several shock results with the undefeated runs of two teams coming to an end. In the Podcast, Mike Hill and John Wilson, breakdown Saturday's four games at St. Vincent Park, St. Louis MO.            

# 659 Luton’s Claddagh ‘Black’ take Oxford Sevens

# 659 Luton’s Claddagh ‘Black’ take Oxford Sevens

Luton's Claddagh Ladies Team brought two sides to Oxford with the Black Sevens (below left) taking the win at last Saturday's Oxford Eire Og Sevens. (Photo courtesy of Hertfordshire GAA). While the folks in Hertfordshire GAA had a break in their men's football league over the Easter weekend, the focus of attention in the region turned to [...]

# 658 – European GAA hitting high gear

In the Podcast, we look back at the recent GAA activity across Europe taking in the recent Rome, Brussels, Bratislava and Iberian men's and ladies football tournaments. Giving us the lowdown is European GAA Chairperson, Brian Sheehy from Zurich, Switzerland.            

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