In the Podcast, Indy GAA Secretary Brian Mathes, looks back on the final round of the schedule and the seed placings for the eight teams.
In the Podcast, Mike Hill reports on this year’s thrilling hurling decider.
It was semi finals time in the New South Wales (NSW) GAA League last weekend in Sydney with all four 2013 champions in men’s and ladies football, hurling and camogie looking to hold onto their titles.
In the Podcast, NSW GAA PRO, Catherine Fleming, tells us how they all got on.
With a couple of rounds left in the men’s division 1 and ladies football Queensland GAA leagues, it’s too close to call the champions just yet, while in men’s division 2 football with three rounds left, the title is also up for grabs.
We had further round of games in men’s and ladies football, and hurling yesterday at Willawong in Brisbane, and here to give us the lowdown on all the news is Queensland GAA’s Seamus Sullivan.
In the Podcast, we bring you up to date with the recent action in this year’s Milwaukee Hurling Club league. The competition has just pushed into the second half of the season and Jack Harrold reports on how the Leaderboard is taking shape.
Ahead of the final games of the regular schedule in the Indy GAA Hurling League this weekend, long-time leaders Connor’s sealed their place with an impressive win last week as the top dog before the Playoffs.
Indy GAA Secretary, Brian Mathes, takes us through last week’s action and looks ahead to today’s final round schedule.
It was the final day of the regular schedule of the NSW GAA League yesterday at Monarch Fields, Sydney with a lot at stake as teams vied for top seedings with still others hopeful for a top four place.
NSW GAA PRO, Catherine Fleming, gives us the lowdown on who made this year’s semis and in what position they finished in the table.
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In the Podcast, Queensland GAA’s Seamus Sullivan, gives us the breakdown on all of Sunday’s games.
Last weekend was one of the busiest ever for Indianapolis GAA, as not only did we have the continuation of the summer hurling league on the Sunday, things got started with Friday’s Premier Night, the Camogs headed north to Chicago on the Saturday, while the men’s football team took route 74 east to Cincinnati, Ohio for a football friendly late Sunday afternoon.
In the Podcast, Indy GAA’s Brian Mathes and Nora Thordarson report on all the action.
Mike Hill gives us the lowdown on the Playoffs and today’s final.