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# 691 Harps continue good form in Brisbane

Queensland crestRecent men’s Carpenter Cup football winners, Harps, continued with their good form in Round 2 of the Queensland GAA League over the weekend.

In the Podcast, Queensland GAA’s Seamus Sullivan, takes us through the game and the rest of Sunday’s action at Willawong, Brisbane.

 

 

 

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# 690 NSW GAA league table taking shape, with work to do for many teams

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.In the Podcast, New South Wales GAA PRO, Catherine Fleming, reports on the latest from rounds 5 and 6 of the NSW GAA leagues, with lots of teams having much to do to make it to the last four.

 

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# 689 Connor’s take out Gingers for lead

indy gaa crestAt the halfway mark in the Indy Summer Hurling League and we have new leaders in Connor’s who put a stop to 2Gingers unbeaten run last Sunday in Indianapolis.

In the Podcast, Indy GAA Secretary, Brian Mathes, tells us how they did it and reports the rest of the action from Week 6.

 

 

 

 

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# 688 Boston Donegal and Kerry make cup final

The Boston Donegal Team who defeated who defeated Connemara Gaels in an Overtime thriller to make the Pat O'Brien Cup Final last Sunday at canton, MA

The Boston Donegal Team who defeated Connemara Gaels in an Overtime thriller last Sunday at Canton, MA. (Photo by Rory O’Donnell).

Two semis finals of the Pat O’Brien Cup in men’s football took the spotlight at Canton, MA on Sunday – Boston GAA PRO Rory O’Donnell gives us the lowdown on how things panned out.

 

 

 

 

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# 687 Naomh Padraig down ‘Og in Camogie

queensland gaaOne of the surprise results of the Queensland GAA schedule yesterday, was the demise of the all conquering Eire Og team at the hands of Naomh Padraig in Camogie.

Queensland GAA’s Seamus Sullivan takes us through that game and all the rest of the action which included the start of the football leagues Sunday at Willawong, Brisbane.

 

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# 686 Final league round in Hertfordshire

herts-gaa2In the Podcast, Hertfordshire GAA PRO Christina Tobin, talks about last weekend’s Round 3 of the Herts GAA Gaelic Football League, looks ahead to Sunday’s final league round, and the latest hurling, ladies football and underage news.

 

 

 

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# 685 O’Brien Cup semis sorted in Boston

Boston Kerry in action against Wolfe Tones in a Pat O'Brien Quarter Final at Canton, MA last Sunday

Boston Kerry (green & gold) in action against Wolfe Tones in a Pat O’Brien Quarter Final at Canton, MA last Sunday. (Photo by Rory O’Donnell).

In the Podcast, Boston GAA PRO Rory O’Donnell, tells us who made this weekend’s Pat O’Brien Cup football semis and why.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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# 684 Hibernians top St. Louis leaderboard

st-louis-logoThe Ancient Order of Hibernians team claimed sole position on the top of the St. Louis Hurling League Leaderboard with an impressive win in Week 7 last weekend at Saint Vincent Park.

In the Podcast, Mike Hill and John Wilson, breakdown the four games on the schedule.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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# 683 – 2Gingers remain unbeaten, fab hurling night at Indy High School

New to hurling in the city of Indianapolis, Bishop Chatard High School and Gambold HS pictured at their Gambold, Fishers, Avon, and Zionsville high schools

New to hurling in the city of Indianapolis, Bishop Chatard High School and Gambold HS, along with players from Fishers, Avon, and Zionsville high schools, pictured at the big hurling night last Thursday at BCHS Football Stadium. (Photo courtesy of Indianapolis Youth GAA Facebook.)

In the Podcast, Indy GAA Secretary Brian Mathes, reports on Week 5 of the Indy League, Premier Night Opener and a well attended High School hurling game last Thursday evening.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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# 682 Seoul Gaels impress in Busan

busan gaaThe first leg of the South Korea GAA Football League was held on Saturday last in the beautiful coastal city of Busan.

Men’s and ladies football teams from Seoul and Daegu traveled south for this first round held at the Busan International Foreign School.

In the Podcast, Laochra Busan Gaels Chairperson, Katie Carpenter, talks about the city, the club and a successful tournament.

 

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