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# 617 Dundee shock Napier

We had lots of semi final action in the British University GAA Regionals circuit last weekend with Dundee shocking highflying Napier in one semi, while in the Northwest, Liverpool John Moore's and rivals Liverpool Hope went at it, with competion also taking place in the Northeast, East Midlands, and the South. BU GAA Coordinator Ronan McCarthy [...]

# 615 Kingdom Kerry on the double in London

# 615 Kingdom Kerry on the double in London

Kingdom Kerry Gaels celebrate at the Emerald Grounds, Ruislip, London having added the league title to last month's championship crown. (Photo by London GAA PRO Declan Flannagan). In the Podcast we look back on last weekend's four finals in London with the Division 1 Football League decider - a repeat of the championship final between Kingdom [...]

# 614 RGU victorious,regional football latest

In the Podcast, GaelicSportsCast looks back on the recent British Universities GAA Hurling & Camogie Championships at Birmingham and reports on all the latest news and results from around the BU regionals Gaelic football circut this weekend. 15:57               ¬†

# 612 BU GAA Hurling and Camogie championships this weekend

In the Podcast, GaelicSportsCast talks with Ronan McCarthy, British Universities GAA Coordinator, about last weekend's Gaelic football action in Scotland, the Northwest and East Midlands, and the big event tomorrow Saturday, the BU GAA Hurling & Camogie Championships in Birmingham, UK. 16:09  

# 611 St. Gabriels retain London hurling crown

# 611 St. Gabriels retain London hurling crown

St. Gabriels, 2013 London SHC Champions, pictured with the cup last Sunday at Ruislip, London. (Photo courtesy of London GAA). One of the highlights of the London GAA season is the final of the Senior Hurling Championship and last Sunday at Ruislip we had holders and hot favourites St. Gabriels bidding to retain their crown with surprise packet [...]

# 609 British Universities GAA season up and running

This time of year heralds the start of the British Universties GAA season and things are already up and running with games taking place over the past two weekends across the UK. In the Podcast BU GAA Coordinator Ronan McCarthy reports on the action so far and on changes this year to the competitions and structures. [...]

# 608 Kingdom Kerry top gun in London

# 608 Kingdom Kerry top gun in London

The Kerry flag flies proudly in the London sky as Kingdom Kerry Gaels were crowned 2013 London Senior Football Champions at Ruislip on Sunday. (Photo courtesy of London GAA). The London Senior Football Championship Final took place on Sunday between defending champion's Tir Chonaill Gaels and challengers Kingdom Kerry Gaels. This was a [...]

# 606 London GAA Podcast

Emerald GAA Grounds, Ruislip, London. (Photo courtesy of London GAA). In the Podcast we look back with PRO Declan Flanagan on last weekend's London GAA cup, league and relegation games, and also look ahead to this Sunday's senior football championship final rematch between champion's Tir Chonaill Gaels and Kingdom Kerry Gaels. [...]

# 603 Tir Chonaill and Kingdom for football repeat, Brothers Pearse make hurling final

# 603 Tir Chonaill and Kingdom for football repeat, Brothers Pearse make hurling final

Brothers Pearse, the oldest GAA club in London, pictured here when winning the Intermediate Hurling title in 2010, are back in the bigtime as their semi win on Sunday sees them now into the London senior final. (Photo courtesy of Brothers  Pearse GAA). We had plenty of excitement, close finishes, near shocks and surprises in last weekend's [...]

# 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 [...]

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