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# 701 Upland claim first win

indy gaa crestIt’s been a rough first half of the Indy hurling league for the Upland team as they’ve been rooted to the bottom of the table, but they came out with a bang in the second half on Sunday when grabbing their first win of the season.

In the Podcast Indy GAA Secretary, Brian Mathes, tells us about Upland’s game and the rest of the action from Indy GAA’s Week 8.

 

 

 

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# 700 Milwaukee season underway

MHC WK 1 - RESULTSThe biggest hurling league in America opened its competitive season a few weekends ago in the state of Wisconsin with the start of the 2014 Milwaukee Hurling League.

In the first of two podcasts this week from the Dairy State, Milwaukee Hurling Club PRO, Andy McKee, takes us through the opening rounds.

 

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# 699 – Gabriels, Treacy’s and Kilburn best in London championship opener

Sean Treacy's player on the attack against Robert Emmets in the opening round of the London Senior Hurling Championship. (Photo by London GAA PRO, Declan Flanagan).

Sean Treacy’s player on the attack against Robert Emmett’s in the opening round of the London Senior Hurling Championship. (Photo by London GAA PRO, Declan Flanagan).

In the Podcast, London GAA PRO, Declan Flanagan talks about Sunday’s opening round of this year’s London Senior Hurling Championship, the latest in Division 1 Football, and the weekend’s game in the All Britain Inter-Provincial Junior Football Championship.

 

 

 

 

 

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NOTE: No Podcasts this week from Sydney and Queensland on account of a holiday weekend in Australia. Watch out for new Podcast tomorrow from Milwaukee, WI on the opening rounds of this year’s MHC League.

 

 

 

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# 698 Second half of Indy season begins this weekend

indy gaa crestWe are heading into the second half of the Indy GAA Summer Hurling League on Sunday with all eight teams renewing acquaintances from Week 1.

In the Podcast, Indy GAA Secretary, Brian Mathes and Jeremy Pugh, Claddagh team captain, club official, and producer of the Indy Hurling show on You Tube, recap on Week 7 and talk about the show.

 

 

 

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# 697 Crunch time for teams in St. Louis league

st-louis-logoIt’s crunch time for teams heading into today’s penultimate Round 9 of the St. Louis Hurling League with places still up for grabs for the Playoffs.

In the Podcast, St. Louis GAA’s Mike Hill looks back on the action from Round 8.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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# 696 Brisbane Harps remain undefeated, big win for Cuchulainn’s

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Group picture of members of Queensland GAA. (Photo courtesy of Queensland GAA).

In the Podcast, Queensland GAA’s Seamus Sullivan, reports on the action from Round 3 of the Queensland GAA leagues at Willawong, Brisbane.

 

 

 

 

 

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# 695 Table movers in Sydney on Sunday

NSW-GAA-club-captains-at-a-photo-shoot-for-promotion-of-the-forthcoming-NSW-Championship-with-Sydneys-famous-Bondi-Beach-in-the-background-Photo-courtesy-of-NSW-GAA-Facebook.It was a wild day at Monarch Fields in Ingleburn, Sydney on Sunday, as not only was the weather of a decidedly dodgy nature, some of the results in several codes of the New South Wales GAA League were also right out of left field.

In the Podcast, NSW GAA PRO, Catherine Fleming, gives us the lowdown on what went on.

 

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# 694 Hibs stay top in St. Louis

st-louis-logoThe folk in St. Louis GAA had a well earned rest last weekend in observance of Memorial Day, so in the Podcast we look back to the prior week and Round 7 of the hurling league with Mike Hill and John Wilson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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# 693 Goals don’t win games in Boston …

Last year's champions Connemara Gaels (green) in action against Shannon Blues, in the opning round of the Boston NE Championship, at Canton on Sunday. (Photo by Rory O'Donnell).

Last year’s champions Connemara Gaels (green), in action against Shannon Blues, in the opening round of the Boston NE Football Championship, at Canton on Sunday. (Photo by Rory O’Donnell).

… Well, at least not last weekend.

In the Podcast Boston GAA PRO, Rory O’Donnell, gives us the lowdown on the start of Boston Northeast GAA Men’s Football Championship, and also reports on the local GAA’s honoring of the US combat veterans and hurling team, the Barley House Wolves at Canton, MA on Sunday.

 

 

 

 

 

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# 692 London disappointment at weekend results

London captain, Seamus Hannon (right) shakes hands with Galway captain, Paul Conroy before the Connacht Football Championship quarter final at Ruislip on Sunday in London. (Photo by Declan Flanagan).

London captain, Seamus Hannon (right) shakes hands with Galway captain, Gary O’Donnell, before the Connacht Football Championship quarter final at Ruislip on Sunday in London. (Photo by Declan Flanagan).

It was a tough weekend for London footballers and hurlers last weekend. The footballers exited the Connacht championship while the hurlers unfortunately didn’t get to stay in the Leinster hurling championship round-robin series for next year.

London GAA PRO, Declan Flanagan, reflects on events.

 

 

 

 

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