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#201 P O Kane Hurls and GaelicSportsCast forge partnership

#201 P O Kane Hurls and GaelicSportsCast forge partnership

The podcast and website, GaelicSportsCast is proud to announce P O Kane Hurls as its new and principle sponsor. Based in Swatragh in County Derry, P O Kane Hurls is a member of the Irish Guild of Ash Hurley Makers, an elite set of 50 members who produce hurls for the top hurlers around the country and globe. To mark the occasion, [...]

#197 John Moores back to winning ways

Liverpool John Moores University, the team that won four UK championships between 2006-2009, returned to winning ways yesterday when taking this year's British Universities Mens Football Championship, beating defending champions Napier University of Edinburgh at Pairc na hEireann, Birmingham. This Division 1 decider produced a thrilling game [...]

#196 The Emerald Rooms focal point of GAA in London

#196 The Emerald Rooms focal point of GAA in London

If the home of the GAA in London is the playing field at Ruislip there is no doubt that its heart is surely the facility's Emerald Rooms. GaelicSportsCast takes a look behind the scenes at London GAA Headquarters to see how the Emerald Rooms operate both during the week and on busy weekends, and, explore what the bar, function and meeting [...]

Top fancies going well in British Universities championships

Top fancies going well in British Universities championships

After Day 1 of the British Universities Gaelic Football Championships in Birmingham yesterday, all the top teams in Division 1 are still very much in the hunt. Defending  champs Edinburgh's Napier University got a fright early on from Northumbria University when scraping home by a single point. Meanwhile, Liverpool John Moores University, last [...]

#194 UK Universities football championships throw-in today

#194 UK Universities football championships throw-in today

 Liverpool Hope Captain Fergal Doyle (right) and Gerard Docherty captain of 2010 Champions Napier College with referee Stephen McNamee (Tyrone) before the throw-in for the British Universities Championship final last year. (Photo courtesy of British Universities GAA). This year's British GAA Universities Football Championships gets underway in [...]

Scale of disaster at Queensland GAA in Brisbane

Scale of disaster at Queensland GAA in Brisbane

This is an aerial photo of Queensland GAA grounds and clubhouse (in centre) during the height of the recent flooding in Brisbane. It recalls the gravity of the situation, not only for neighbours and their homes but also shows how closely things came to the local GAA community losing the clubhouse completely with water almost over the [...]

#186 Queensland GAA left devastated by floods, world appeal launched

#186 Queensland GAA left devastated by floods, world appeal launched

Queensland GAA's home grounds in Brisbane, Australia have been devastated by the recent flooding in the region. After the waters subsided, the local GAA community were left reeling when they got their first sight of the scale of the damage inflicted by the terrible and massive flooding. While the clubhouse building hasn't suffered any apparent [...]

183 – ‘Crossmaglen get close call in London, Dicksboro march on

Armagh and Ulster Senior football club champions, Crossmaglen Rangers were pushed all the way by game London senior champions, Neasden Gaels in the All Ireland Senior Club Championship Football Quarter Final at Ruislip, London this afternoon. After an even start to the contest, The Cross pushed into a narrow lead towards the end of the first half [...]

Intermediate Hurling Club quarter final result from London

Intermediate Hurling Club quarter final result from London

The AIB GAA Hurling All Ireland Intermediate Club Championship Quarter Final played at Ruislip, London earlier today ended in a win for the visiting Kilkenny side, Dicksboro. Dicksboro (Kilkenny) 2-13 (19) Kilburn Gaels (London) 2-04 (10) Game podcast report tomorrow evening Sunday Jan 16 along with the report of the  AIB GAA Football All [...]

#180 Cork captain sees ‘Wolves as shining example for hurling

#180 Cork captain sees ‘Wolves as shining example for hurling

The 2010 Cork Senior Hurling captain, Kieran Murphy, after a December coaching session in the US with the Barley House Wolves hurling club - also serve as soldiers with the US Army National Guard in Concord, New Hampshire - says that he is very impressed with both the commitment and skill level of the soldier hurlers. And, given the [...]

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