Christy Ring Hurling Championship Semi Final @ Ruislip
Result – London  2-16 to  2-13 Down (after OT)
The London v Down Christy Ring Hurling Championship Semi Final ended all square at the end of 70 mins and is now in Over Time (OT) at Ruislip London.
The last time we looked in on the folks in Indy, they were showcasing Hurling at the Super Bowl and since then have been progressing with their seven team summer league. Going into Sunday’s schedule we see Pogue’s Run Grocer and Goose The Market leading the way.
Back once more to fill us in on the latest from Indy circles – includes exciting post Super Bowl gig news – is Indy HC PRO Kyle Keesling.
Toronto GAA PRO Ross McElhone talks about a fantastic display of football in the Irish All-Star match, a great game also in the Canadian Ladies All-Star clash, and how champions St. Mikes continue to impress in the league.
NOTE: Publish date put on the new eBook on the growth of hurling in the U.S. is put back a few weeks. Will keep you posted on this…but book is on the way.
In last Saturday’s Round 2 of the 2012 Benelux Regional GAA Football Championships in Amsterdam, we saw wee Luxembourg charge to the front of the standings table in mens football, while in ladies football Holland A ladies gained a share of top spot when defeating Belgium A, who up to last week, held sway.
In today’s Podcast, GaelicSportsCast reports on the Amsterdam tournament when talking with Swiss based European GAA Official, Brian Clerkin.
We will be hearing from Brian every week throughout the summer in a dedicated European GAA podcast.
NOTE: Europe Podcast time changed to 4.30 pm GMT
Senior Football League
St. Marys  2.11 Naomh Padraig  1.08
Intermediate Football League
O’Rahillys  0.05 Sons of Erin  2.15
SUNDAY JUNE 3, 2012
2.00pm Senior Football League Sean Mc Dermotts v Four Masters
2.30pm Intermediate Football League St. Brendans v St. Chads
3.15pm Reserve Football League Sean Mc Dermotts v Four Masters
2.00pm Senior Football League St. Marys v Roger Casements
2.15pm Senior Football League St. Barnabas v Erin Go Bragh
4.00pm Reverse Football League St. Barnabas v Erin Go Bragh
2.30pm Senior Football League Naomh Padraig v John Mitchels
3.00pm Intermediate Football League St. Finbarrs v O’Rahillys
2.30pm Intermediate Football League St. Josephs v James Connollys
In the third podcast here on GaelicSportsCast today, we look back at last weekend’s 2nd National Collegiate Hurling Championship, that for the very first time, was held at a college campus, Stanford University in California.
Stanford Hurling co-founder, alumnus and chairman of the California Collegiate GAA, John Mulrow, spoke to GaelicSportsCast about the success of the tournament this year.
In the second of our Podcasts today we here from former London GAA Chairman Tommy Harrell about London hurlers drawn Christy Ring Championship semi final last weekend in Newry and of the mood in the camp ahead of the replay on Saturday in London.
Also, we here from London GAA PRO Declan Flanagan telling about last weekend’s first round action and results in the 2012 London GAA Senior Football Championship. Declan also looks ahead to the other big game on Sunday in the Metropolitan area, when London footballers take on Leitrim in the Connacht Senior Football Championship Quarter Final at Ruislip.
Though Sunday’s Round 4 of the New South Wales GAA League from Monarch Fields in Sydney in Australia produced no major surprises, this coming weekend’s action looks very appetizing as teams battle for semi final places going in the final round.
In this podcast, Cork native and NSW GAA PRO Micheal O’ Laochdha, gives a full account of the games from last Sunday and also gives a rundown on table standings.
NOTE: Podcasts from London @ 4pm GMT and California @ 7pm GMT.
The first round of the Ladies Football League got underway at Stanley Park in the western Canadian city of Vancouver on Thursday. This year a new competitive model is being employed, and already it is bearing fruit with close results in the two first round games of this six week league.
GaelicSportsCast spoke early today with ladies coach and former Western Canada GAA President Ronan Deane, about the opening round and also about two Vancouver players leading roles in the Ladies Canadian All Star game before the Irish equivalent in Toronto over the weekend.