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# 360 China Games a great success

One of the premier events in the 2012 Asia GAA calendar the All China GAA Games, took place in Beijing last Saturday and it turned out to be a very successful tournament.

Clubs and teams from all across China, and for the first time from South Korea, took part in both mens and ladies Gaelic football competitions with many Chinese and international players in the thick of the action.

Beijing GAA Chairman Colin Dixon takes us through the action and results of this 10th All China Games.


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Podcast Schedule

Podcast Schedule

Tuesday June 12
China Games report @ 3.30pm GMT
London @ 8pm GMT

Wednesday June 13
Milwaukee @12pm GMT
Europe @ 3pm GMT

Thursday June 14
Toronto @ 3pm GMT
Edinburgh @ 6pm GMT

(Times may vary due to any communications & technical issues).


# 359 Football the winner at Carpenter Cup finals

Three very exciting games was the order for this year’s Carpenter Cup Finals at Gaelic Park Willawong, Brisbane on Friday with football the winner on the night.

The men’s final went to Overtime, the ladies decider was another see-saw affair, while the division 2 men’s final was also a very close match.

Here to take us through Friday’s action is Queensland and Australasian GAA President Seamus Sullivan.


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# 358 Excellent ladies league in Vancouver

It’s turning out to be a very competitive Ladies Gaelic Football League in Vancouver this year with things very tight in the standings especially at Junior level.

Last Thursday evening at Stanley Park in Vancouver we had senior and junior games featuring the Celts and JP Ryan’s and here to fill us in on how things went is former Western Canadian GAA Chairman, Ronan Deane. Later in the podcast Ronan reports on the recent Seattle Gaels Tournament that threw up something of a surprise in the hurling.



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NOTE: Podcast @ 2pm GMT from Brisbane (time updated).
New podcast from Scotland this week and we also hope to bring you a report from the weekend’s All China Games.


RESULT – London win

Christy Ring Championship Final @Croke Park
June 9, 2012

Result: London [30] 4-18 Wicklow [20] 1-17



France Gaelic Football Championship 2012 @Niort, France

Final Result: Jersey [16] 2-10 Lyon [9] 2-3


Christy Ring final update

Christy Ring Championship Final @Croke Park
June 9, 2012

Half Time: London [17] 2- 11 Wicklow [11] 1-8


France Championship @ Niort updates

France Gaelic Football Championship update from Niort.

Semi finals: Jersey bt Guernsey
Lyon bt Paris

Final: Jersey v Lyon


# 357 French Football Championship final today at Niort

The final of the French Football Championship takes place today June 9 in the west of France in Niort at the Espinassou Stadium.

Six teams from Liffre, Nantes, Paris, Lyon, Clermont and the islands of Jersey, and last year’s champions Guernsey, will all be looking for honours. The top two teams will go through to the European Football Championships in September.

Here to talk about the teams chances is Nantes GFC player and official, Dimitri Martin.

(Le tournoi final du Championnat de France commence ce matin Juin 9 à Niort au Stade Espinassou. Six equipes des Liffré, Nantes, Paris, Lyon, Clermont et les isles de Jersey, et Guernsey champion l’année dernière, sont tous cherches pour la victoire.
Les deux premières auront le privilège de participer à l’Euroligue en Septembre.
Voici les pensées de Dimitri Martin au Nantes GFC).


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St. Mikes top table, Brampton defeat Gaels, ladies champs Durham win

There was a full schedule of games in the Toronto GAA League last weekend with the ladies joining proceedings with the first round of their campaign. The bulk of the action was at Centennial Park in Toronto, however we did have mens and ladies football also take place in Ottawa where league leaders St. Mikes took on the hosts in both codes.

The last time Mikes men’s team traveled north they came out second best to Ottawa in the final of last month’s Montreal GAA Tournament, but it was another story this time around in the men’s third round of the league as Toronto put in an impressive performance to win emphatically by [29] 6-11 to Ottawa’s [9] 2-3. The victory sees St. Mikes solidify their postion at the top of the Toronto League Table on six points with a record of 3-0.
St. Mikes player Mike Murphy, had a busy and very profitable weekend as he scored 4-3 in the Ottawa game on Saturday, then traveled back to Toronto on Sunday to play intermediate, and remarkably, scored a further three goals.

In the corresponding senior mens football third round game at Centennial Park, last year’s Intermediate champions Brampton had a good win when ousting Toronto Gaels by four points on a scoreline of [21] 5-6 to [17] 2-11. This was Brampton’s first win of the season having previously lost to Mikes last week and narrowly to St. Vincents on Opening Day.  They share third spot on two points with Durham who have a game in-hand.

In the first round of the Ladies Football League, champions Durham continue where they left off last year with a [18] 3-9 to [11] 3-2 over Brampton. In the other ladies game St. Mikes made it another successful day for the club up north when proving too strong for Ottawa Gaels with a comprehensive victory by [27] 3-18 to [3] 1-0.

Meanwhile in the Mens Intermediate League, St. Mikes rounded off a good weekend when defeating Toronto Gaels by [19] 5-04 to [2] 0-02.
(Note: Report contribution by Ross McElhone, no podcast with report this week. Ross back with podcast next Thursday).

Senior Mens Results 2012

Senior Mens League Standings

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