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#56 Bros Pearse claim Ronan Cup in London

#56 Bros Pearse claim Ronan Cup in London

Last Sunday in Ruislip an unusual pairing was thrown together in that  it was a case of the old versus the new when London's oldest GAA club Brothers & Shalloe Pearse GAA Club took on new club Michael Cusacks in the final of the Ronan Cup Hurling competition. They had met earlier in the 'Cup with the more experienced Bros Pearse emphatic [...]

#54 Parnells to strong for Kingdom’ in London final

#54 Parnells to strong for Kingdom’ in London final

Last weekend in men's football in the Conway Cup Final (2009) at Greenford in London, Parnells ran out six point deserving winners over the Kingdom Kerry Gaels.  Meanwhile in the big hurling game on Sunday, Robert Emmett's qualified for the Collins Cup Final when putting out the fancied Kilburn Gaels by a similar margin. Tommy Harrell, who was [...]

# 45 ‘Gabriels ease into final in London

# 45 ‘Gabriels ease into final in London

Last weekend in Ruislip, London County Hurling Champion's St Gabriels after suffering an early defeat to Robert Emmetts, who they beat in the 2009 County Final, rediscovered their winning ways on Saturday when running out seven point winners over 'Emmetts in the Ryan Cup semi final. In men's football on Sunday in the Tipperary Cup, St Brendans [...]

#40 – London GAA is building for the future

#40 – London GAA is building for the future

In GaelicSportsCast's 40th podcast, we focus on Gaelic Games happenings across the Irish Sea in particular when looking at that city synonymous with Irish emigration, London. Longtime chairman of London GAA, Tommy Harrell discusses the transient nature of immigration and its effects on London teams, as well as the considerable effort being put [...]

#24 Robert Gordon’s take first British University title

#24 Robert Gordon’s take first British University title

Even though the snowy conditions early Sunday morning last  in Manchester at the Ladies British Universities Football Championship Tournament, saw the postponement of the Division Two Final between, Northumbria and Queen Margret Universitiy, the big game in the Division One final went ahead and saw Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, take [...]

#22 Napier’ finally come good to win British Universites Championship

#22 Napier’ finally come good to win British Universites Championship

After filling the runners-up spot for the past three years, Edinburgh Napier University's perseverance paid of this year when last weekend they beat Liverpool Hope University to take the British Universities Men's Gaelic Football Championship. Held in Birmingham on Saturday and Sunday last, Napier' had three points to spare in the final, while in [...]

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