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Condolences to Philip McGuinness Family

GaelicSportsCast would like to express condolences to the McGuinness family in Mohill on the passing of Philip. 'Philly' as he was affectionatley known  was an Inter County Footballer with Leitrim, died this afternoon Monday in hospital,  after sustaining a head injury in a freak accident in a Leitrim league game over the weekend. Fellow [...]

#32 – Impressive new online magazine on hurling

#32 – Impressive new online magazine on hurling

Hurling enthusiasts all around the world rejoice as a new online monthly magazine dedicated to the ancient game  has been born. It's called Sliotar. The word 'Sliotar' comes from the Gaelic term for the hurling ball, and the new magazine is published out of the All Ireland champions county of Kilkenny. Here a group of talented writers along [...]

GaelicSportsCast Mix 2 – Tropics, Indie, Mid West and Perspective

GaelicSportsCast Mix 2 – Tropics, Indie, Mid West and Perspective

In GaelicSportsCast Mix 2, we blend four interviews in one over music.  First up we hear how Gareth O'Brien and the boys and girls in Singapore are getting on, then we listen to Tim Morgan on the hurling revolution taking place at Indiana University, after that Mark Owens tells of all things Gaelic in the Mid Western states of the US, before we [...]

# 28 – Clubs march in St Patrick’s Day parades across the US and Asia

# 28 – Clubs march in St Patrick’s Day parades across the US and Asia

In this special weekend edition of GaelicSportsCast we give you a unique insight into the various celebrations of GAA clubs around the world.  This weekend GaelicSportsCast caught up with clubs as they marched yesterday in three US cities, Akron, Atlanta and Milwaukee, while early this morning Sunday March 14, we visited with an Asian club as [...]

GaelicSportsCast Mix 1

GaelicSportsCast Mix 1

Did you miss me?  Yes!  No!  Admit it...You did! Was out of the country last weekend and on top of that interviews from New Zealand are proving hard to come by, so hence the gaping hole in the normal schedule this week. Ah, but we have a surprise in store...  the very first GaelicSportsCast Interview Mix featuring clips from Hong Kong, [...]

#25 English native gives Gaelic Games a start in Zimbabwe

#25 English native gives Gaelic Games a start in Zimbabwe

Over the past few months, the continent of Africa has been introduced to the world of Gaelic Games as a fledgling Gaelic football team has started up in southern Africa in Harare the capital of the country of Zimbabwe.  English native Paul Carpenter, who converted to Gaelic football five years ago while playing with the Singapore Lions GAA [...]

# 16 Thinking of heading stateside this summer?

# 16 Thinking of heading stateside this summer?

Already, you might have it the back of your mind to be considering heading to the States this summer to play Gaelic Games. In this latest podcast, GaelicSportCast gives a  heads-up on what to expect as we speak with longtime Leitrim Senior footballer, Colin Regan about his experiences when he played football in Chicago and Boston. Colin, after [...]

#13 From a puck-around to 90 strong – Indy Hurling Club

#13 From a puck-around to 90 strong – Indy Hurling Club

An Irish American wedding, a couple of hurls, a sliothar, a puck-around....next thing you know they're  talking about forming a hurling club in a city crazy for all things motor car racing. Indianapolis is a city that hasn't attracted a huge a number of Irish immigrants, yet somehow what started as some fun after a wedding turned into a [...]

Notice – Podcast schedule

Holiday Schedule - Next podcast towards midweek and features an interview with Mark Owens, Mid West Division Chairman of the North American County Board (NACB) .  Then GaelicSportsCast continues as usual with Tuesday and Friday Podcasts.

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