The British University GAA focus is on the Ladies Football Championships this weekend. This event will see the best of UK college ladies football teams compete for honours in Div 1 and Div 3 in Manchester while Div 2 takes place in Coatbridge, Glasgow.
BU GAA Co-coordinator Ronan McCarthy previews the big event and talks as well about the men’s football quarter finals in the BU Scottish Championships also this weekend.
Heading into the second last round of the Middle East GAA League this Friday in Sharjah, UAE, we look back with ME chairman James Kennedy at the recent Abu Dhabi tournament which saw favourites in the men’s and ladies senior football competitions continue on their winning ways.
Last Saturday saw great UK college rivals Liverpool Hope University and Liverpool John Moore’s square off once more for outright honours in this year’s British Universities GAA National Football League Final.
In the Podcast, BU GAA Co-ordinator Ronan McCarthy talks about the big clash, looks back on the Scottish Ladies Div 1 finals as well as the first round of the Scottish men’s football championships.
The British Universities GAA National Football League semi-finals take place over the weekend with Glasgow Uni v Liverpool Hope taking place on Saturday in Glasgow and Northumbria against Liverpool John Moore’s in Newcastle.
We look ahead to both semis with BU GAA Co-ordinator Ronan McCarthy.
In the autonomous region of Galicia in the northwest of Spain, a new sporting culture has begun in the guise of Gaelic Football.
The area which has 3 million people and is bigger than Munster has strong Celtic roots and recently ‘all-Galician’ Gaelic football clubs have began to sprout.
In the Podcast, GaelicSportsCast talks with one of the directors of the new Asociación Galega de Fútbol Gaélico, and the secretary of the A Coruña Fillos de Breogán club, Carlos Seco González, about the arrival of Gaelic football in Galicia and its new ‘Liga Gaélico’.
[Segments of the Podcast are translated from English to Spanish].
In the autonimous region of Galicia in Spain (north of Portugal) the attraction of Gaelic football has arrived in this area of almost 3 million people. The region has strong Celtic roots and recently several Gaelic ‘all-Galician’ football clubs started up along with a governing association and a very first ‘Liga Galega’.
In the Podcast we will talk with one of the directors of the new Asociación Galega de Fútbol Gaélico, and the secretary of the A Coruña Fillos de Breogán club, Carlos Seco González, about the arrival of Gaelic football in Galicia and the very first five-team men’s and three-team ladies leagues.
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In the Podcast, GaelicSportsCast looks at two hurling and football tournaments that took place last weekend in the south east of America in the cities of Augusta, GA and Orlando, FL.
Augusta and Orlando GAA club founders Kris Wells and Scott Graves respectively, talk about the events, the status of clubs in their regions and the Southeast GAA Division.
It was British University GAA finals time across five different regions last weekend with the big clash in the Northwest, the Men’s Div 1 decider, between great rivals Liverpool John Moore’s and Liverpool Hope.
BUGAA Coordinator Ronan McCarthy gives us the lowdown.
In the Podcast we look back at last Saturday’s British University GAA regional football finals and semis in Scotland, the Northwest and South.