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All Liverpool colleges final

It will be an all Liverpool final this year in the British Universities GAA Mens Gaelic Football Championship when reigning champions, Liverpool John Moore’s University (LJMU) take on city rival Liverpool Hope University.

In the first semi final, champions LJMU had the upper-hand over Londoner’s, St Mary’s on a scoreline of [11] 0-11 to [5] 1-2, but the second semi final was a much closer affair with Hope in OT edging out last year’s runners-up Napier by two points [9] 1-6 to [7] 1-4.

Div 1 Final, Sunday Feb 12, @ 12:30pm, Greenbank, Liverpool

Meanwhile in the Division 2 A semi finals, Liverpool John Moore’s B team saw off Aberdeen by a goal [13] 1-10 to [10] 0-10, and in the other semi it was an all Scottish affair with Glasgow University having two much for local rivals Glasgow Caledonian  [12] 2-6 to [7] 0-7.

Div 2 A Final, Sunday Feb 12 @ 11am Finbarr Field, Blenheim Road, Holbrooks, Coventry.

Division 2 B had to be cancelled on account of frozen pitches.

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Big Four into semis with NY going well in DIV 2

British GAA University 2012 Mens Gaelic Football Championship
Results – Friday Feb 10, 2012

RESULTS  – DIVISION 1
Group 1
11am Napier 2-6 St Mary’s 0-2
12pm Napier 1-10 Northumbria 0-3
1pm Northumbria 0-6 St Mary’s 1-5

Napier & St Mary’s into semi-finals

Group 2
11am LJMU 0-4 RGU 0-3
11.45am Hope 3-10 Dundee 1-3
12.45pm RGU 1-3 Hope 1-10
1.30pm Dundee 0-4 LJMU 2-13
2.30pm RGU 1-2 Dundee 0-3
3.15pm LJMU 1-3 Hope 0-5

LJMU & Liv Hope into semi-finals

RESULTS – DIVISION TWO
Friday Feb 10, 2012

Group A – Holly Lane

10.00am UWIC 0-4 Newcastle 1-2
11.00am Newcastle 0-1 Glasgow Caley 1-7
12.00pm UWIC 0-0 Glasgow Caley 1-3

Group B – Holly Lane
1.00pm LJMU 1-4 New York 1-4
2.00pm New York 2-4 UCLAN 0-9
3.00pm LJMU 1-5 UCLAN 0-5

Group C – Spring Lane

12.00pm Glasgow Uni 2-11 Bangor 1-8
Group D – Spring Lane
1.00pm Uni of Liverpool 0-5 Heriot Watt 1-2
2.00pm Aberdeen 1-3 Heriot Watt 1-1
3.00pm Uni of Liverpool 1-4 Aberdeen 1-4

DIVISION TWO SCHEDULE
Sat, Feb 11, 2012

Group 1 – Holly Lane 

11am U.O.L New York
12.15pm U.O.L Newcastle
1.30pm Newcastle New York

GROUP 2: Spring Lane
11am UCLAN UWIC
11.50am Bangor Heriot Watt
12.40pm UWIC Bangor
1.20pm Heriot Watt UCLAN
2.15pm UWIC Heriot Watt
3.00pm UCLAN Bangor

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British Universities GAA Draw

The Draws for Division 1 and Division 2 of the British GAA Universities Mens Gaelic Football Championship starting today in Manchester and Birmingham.

DIVISION ONE SCHEDULE @ Hough End, Manchester

Group One
11am Napier v St Mary’s
12pm Napier v Northumbria
1pm Northumbria v St Mary’s

Group Two
11am LJMU v RGU
11.45am Hope v Dundee
12.45pm RGU v Hope
1.30pm Dundee v LJMU
2.30pm RGU v Dundee
3.15pm LJMU v Hope

DIVISION TWO SCHEDULE @ Erin Go Bragh’s pitch – Holly Lane – Erdington, Birmingham.

Group A- Holly Lane
10.00am UWIC v Newcastle
11.00am Newcastle v Glasgow Caley
12.00pm UWIC v Glasgow Caley

Group B – Holly Lane
1.00pm LJMUv New York
2.00pm New York v UCLA
3.00pm LJMU v UCLAN

Group C – Spring Lane
10.00am Man Met v Glasgow Uni
11.00am Bangor v Man Met
12.00pm Glasgow Uni v Bangor

Group D – Spring Lane
1.00pm Uni ofLiverpool v Heriot Watt
2.00pm Aberdeen v Heriot Watt
3.00pm Uni of Liverpool v Aberdeen

 

 

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# 316 ‘Bears and ‘Runners on top

In the podcast today we look at the latest from Downunder in New Zealand where the Wellington Summer 2 Mixed Sevens is entering the concluding stages.

Last week saw Wednesday’s schedule rained out, but fortunately, Wellington GAA were able to reschedule for the following night with five games played.

This Wednesday saw seven games down for decision with Hankey’s St Bear and Dasey’s Midnight Runners getting wins to put them top of their respective groups and well placed ahead of next week’s final regular round.

Taking us through all the action this week is Wellington GAA Vice President, David Rynne.

Listen here:   15:53

Results and Tables

 

 
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# 315 British Universities championships to go ahead despite weather

The 21st British Universities Mens Gaelic Football Championship, due to start Friday, will go ahead this weekend despite the bad weather but will see venues split between Birmingham and Manchester.

The three day championships are held annually in Birmingham but because of freezing pitches many of the fields there have been ruled unplayable. One Birmingham venue however is good to go Friday and it will see Division 2 action, while Division 1 games will be switched to Manchester.

The Group Stages sees Division One games at Hough End, Mauldeth Rd West, Cholton, Manchester for 10.15am, Friday Feb 10, while Division Two games will be at Erin Go Bragh’s pitch, Holly Lane, Erdington, Birmingham, for 9.15am, Friday morning.

British Universities Chairman, Peter Mossey, spoke to GaelicSportsCast yesterday, Wednesday, Feb 9th about the situation leading up to the rescheduling of games, and, also talked about the top fancies this year.

Listen here:   16:55

NOTE: The Ladies Division Three Championship have been canceled. It is hoped the event will be played in the next few weeks but again is dependent on weather conditions.

GaelicSportsCast, since December 2009, has been offering a FREE service to the many loyal listeners and visitors around the world.
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Bretagne Cup Final for March

Ligue Bretonne de Football Gaélique logo.

The final of the Brittany Gaelic Football Cup, which sees EGHB Liffré v GF Bro-Leon Brest, will be held on Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 3pm at the Nelson Paillou Stadium in Liffré, France.

(La finale de la Coupe de Bretagne de Football Gaélique qui opposera l’EGHB Liffré au GF Bro-Leon Brest, se tiendra le dimanche 4 mars 2012 à 15 heures au Stade Nelson Paillou de Liffré.)

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Hurling’s ‘Super Bowl’ moment…!

Indy Hurling Club at the Super Bowl Village on Tues night, Jan 31, 2012
(see podcast #314 below for Live Audio that evening with PRO, Kyle Keesling)


Video Courtesy of Indy Hurling Club.
GO INDY!

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#314 Hurling live from Super Bowl Village ….

Indy Hurling showing how it's done at the Super Bowl Village on Capitol Street in Downtown, Indianapolis last night Tues, 31, 2012. Go INDY!

GaelicSportsCast goes live to the Super Bowl Village in Downtown Indianapolis.

It’s a fantastic night for the Indy Hurling club and the sport of hurling tonight as the game is showcased to thousands of Super Bowls fans at the Super Bowl Village.

Indy hurling is putting on a great show with basic drills and a hitting cage and football fans of all ages are having a go.

GaelicSportsCast catches the excitement when talking with club PRO, Kyle Keesling ….

Listen here:    8:12

NOTE: GaelicSportsCast, since December 2009, has been offering a FREE service to the many loyal listeners and visitors around the world.
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Bretagne Cup Result

Ligue Bretonne de Football Gaélique logo.

The semi finals of the Brittany Football Cup were held this weekend and these are the results.
(Les demi-finales de la Coupe de Bretagne de Football Gaélique ont eu lieu ce week-end et ont donné les résultats suivants)

A Brest, le samedi 28 janvier 2012
BREST [15] 4-3  ST-BRIEUC/PORDIC [14 ] 1-11

Referee (Arbitrage ) Florian Lannuzel (Liffré)


A Guérande, le dimanche 29 janvier 2012 :

GUERANDE  [15] 4-3  LIFFRE [34] 6-16

Referee (Arbitrage) Phil Cornilleau (Liffré)

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#314 ‘Badgers and ‘Runners grab first victories

Round 2 of the Wellington Summer 2012 Football Mixed Sevens took place on Wednesday at Ian Galloway Park and there was some notable victories for local favorites.

Two teams, Dasey’s Midnight Runners and The Moves Like badger, are made up of mostly local Kiwi players and they recorded impressive first wins on Wednesday evening.

Also going well after the second round are The Garage, An Su and Hankey St Bears and here to fill us in on the action, the results and also talk about the intriguing sporting landscape in the city is Wellington GAA Chairman and former Dr Crokes player, Donal Kavanagh.

 
Listen here:   11:35

 

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