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# 652 Mitchels turn things around in Brisbane

There was a full schedule of games Sunday at Willawong, Brisbane, for the Queensland GAA Football Carpenter Cup and Hurling League competitions, with men's division 1 football side John Mitchels, looking to recover from a poor start. In the Podcast, Seamus Sullivan gives us the lowdown on all the results with game analyses. [...]

# 646 Australian GAA delighted with new TV deal

The buzz at the weekend's Australasian GAA Convention in Melbourne was all about the new GAA TV rights deal with Australia's Channel 7 and reaction was positive. In the Podcast, Australasian GAA President, Seamus Sullivan, talks about the 'fantastic news for everybody' and the opportunities for promoting Gaelic sports in Oz. He also gives us [...]

# 601 Aer Lingus Hurling Festival legacy to last a long time

In the podcast, GaelicSportsCast looks back on September's memorable Aer Lingus Hurling Tournament in Galway, Ireland with an in-depth look at a hurling event that will live long in the memory. Sixteen teams from across the world descended on the county of the tribes at the behest of Aer Lingus as part of their 'Gathering' initiative to come and [...]

# 597 NSW tops in football, Western Oz kings of hurling

# 597 NSW tops in football, Western Oz kings of hurling

Western Australia -  2013 Australasian State Hurling Champions. (Photo courtesy of Hurling Western Australia Facebook). The fifth and final day of the 2013 Australasian State Games took place Sunday at Monarch Fields in Sydney with championship deciders in ladies and men's football, and hurling. It turned out to be an excellent day for the [...]

# 596 Victoria and NSW win in Sydney

# 596 Victoria and NSW win in Sydney

NSW Australasian State Camogie Champions 2013. (Photo courtesy of NSW Facebook). An action packed Day 4 of the Australasian State Games at Sydney's Monarch Fields saw NSW claim the Camogie title while another thriller in the minor football championship saw holder's Victoria win a fifth title in succession. To hear about both of those games [...]

# 595 Host state NSW into two finals

Day 3 of the Australasian State Games turned out to be a good Friday for the ladies and men's footballers of New South Wales (NSW) as both teams made Sunday's finals while other results of the day added further importance to Saturday's last round in determining all finalists with a particularly close hurling championship. NSW GAA PRO Catherine [...]

# 593 Day 2 Australasian State Games report and results

# 593 Day 2 Australasian State Games report and results

Football action from the 2013 Australasian State Games at Monarch Fields, Sydney. (Photo by Darryl Kennedy). In the Podcast, NSW GAA PRO Catherine Fleming reports on the action from Day 2 of the Australasian State Games at Sydney with all the latest game news and results. 12:28  

# 592 State Games underway in Sydney

# 592 State Games underway in Sydney

Day 1 of this year's Australasian State Games got underway today at Monarch Fields in Sydney where over the next five days 15 teams from Australia and New Zealand will battle it out in five codes for champions of Australasia. In the Podcast NSW GAA PRO Catherine Fleming fills us in on the action from Day 1. [...]

‘Hurling USA’ … Talk in Loughrea on growth of Hurling in America

‘Hurling USA’ … Talk in Loughrea on growth of Hurling in America

For hurling supporters heading to the Aer Lingus International Hurling Festival this week in County Galway, you might like to take in the following in the evening ... ‘Hurling USA’ … Talk in Loughrea on growth of Hurling in America The growth of hurling amongst Americans will be the topic of conversation on Thursday Sept 19, 2013 at [...]

# 585 Brisbane Na Fianna take Queensland Championship

While it was a big day yesterday at Croke Park, Dublin for the All Ireland Hurling Final, it was also a big day for hurling in the southern hemisphere with the final of this year's Queensland Hurling Championship in Australia. League winner's and last year's runners-up Na Fianna, were hoping to go one better this time around but standing in [...]

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