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American CYC Youth Championships underway

American CYC Youth Championships underway

The 9th annual Continental Youth Championships got underway yesterday, Thursday July 26 in the windy city of Chicago at Oak Forest's Gaelic Park. This four day festival of Gaelic Sports is the premier GAA Youth Championship in America and since its foundation has grown from strength to strength each year with young Americans of all ages and [...]

# 386 American heartland club thriving

# 386 American heartland club thriving

Amidst the corn fields where the country's rail and highway routes converge and where the Kansas and Missouri rivers meet, lies the city of Kansas City MO. The heartland state of Missouri is corn and cattle country. American football and baseball are held dear but of late a new sports tradition has arrived in the guise of the Kansas City Gaelic [...]

Hurling USA: America discovers an ancient Irish sport

Hurling USA: America discovers an ancient Irish sport

Journalist Denis O'Brien, releases new ebook on the growth of the Irish sport of hurling in America. Book Title: 'Hurling USA: America discovers an ancient Irish sport.' Author: Denis O'Brien NOW AVAILABLE on AMAZON at B008FCS51G (ebook for PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android Phone or Tablet, Blackberry, and Windows Phone 7 here: Free [...]

# 373 New hurling club in Charleston South Carolina

# 373 New hurling club in Charleston South Carolina

It seems that hardly a month passes before yet another new hurling club sprouts up in America. One of the latest arrivals to taste the lure of the ancient game is from the southeast coast city of Charleston in the state of South Carolina. Since late last year American Ryan Shrum and Irish native Brendan Dagg have been building a club one hurler [...]

# 347 Hurling the winner as Purdue take ‘National Championship

In the third podcast here on GaelicSportsCast today, we look back at last weekend's 2nd National Collegiate Hurling Championship, that for the very first time, was held at a college campus, Stanford University in California. Stanford Hurling co-founder, alumnus and chairman of the California Collegiate GAA, John Mulrow, spoke to [...]

Results – College Nationals’

2nd US Collegiate Hurling Championship @ Stanford University CA, USA May 26-27, 2012 Final Stanford 2-6 Purdue 5-15 3rd Place Playoff Cal Berkeley 5-12 UC Davis 6-4 NOTE: Coming up later today Podcasts from Brisbane and Sydney in Australia.

Stanford and Purdue in ‘National hurling final

Day 1 of the 2nd US National Collegiate Hurling Championship yesterday in California, saw host's Stanford University and Indiana's Purdue University, go unbeaten and now meet in the final today, Sunday May 27, 2012. In the opening round of this new US national college competition, played on campus for the first time, host's Stanford got off to [...]

# 342 Hurling makes history at Stanford with second ‘Nationals

# 342 Hurling makes history at Stanford with second ‘Nationals

Tomorrow is an historic day for both hurling and Stanford University in California, as for the first time ever, the sport is featured in a Nationals Finals competition at an American campus. In our second Podcast today, GaelicSportsCast talks with the chairman of the National Collegiate Gaelic Athletic Association (NCGAA), Eamonn Gormley and [...]

Result

2012 Connacht Football Championship Quarter Final Gaelic Park, New York Sunday May 6 Sligo 3-21 New York 0-6

St. Louis Camogie show how it’s done

The St Louis Camogie Team is profiled by local TV outlet, KPLR 11 St Louis.

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