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#33 – Harp’s spirit alive and kicking

The men who started it all back in 1986

The men who started it all back in 1986

One of the oldest clubs in Auckland, New Zealand, Harps Gaelic Football Club since its foundation in 1986, has maintained its pioneering spirit right though to the present day. In the past number of years, the club has been boosted by an increase in player numbers following the recent influx of Irish immigrants to the city. However as with other clubs in Auckland, player increase is often negated by a lack of volunteers to take on the responsibility of managing and maintaining a club. Talking about these issues to GaelicSportsCast is Harps GFC Chairman, Mick O’Malley and PRO, Liam O’Keefe.

 

 

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#32 – Impressive new online magazine on hurling

sliotar-mag-2-picHurling enthusiasts all around the world rejoice as a new online monthly magazine dedicated to the ancient game  has been born.
It’s called Sliotar. The word ‘Sliotar’ comes from the Gaelic term for the hurling ball, and the new magazine is published out of the All Ireland champions county of Kilkenny. Here a group of talented writers along with a selection of national sports journalists examine hurling from every angle, puck and bounce. GaelicSportsCast spoke to its editor Patrick O’Sullivan about the new publication and its hopes for the future.

 

 

 

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Promo of the Month goes to…

eugene,-oregon-trappers-2Ya got to love it!
Inspired by this poster, GaelicSportsCast thinks a ‘Promo of the Month’ should be awarded to any club around the world (excluding the ‘Green Isle) that comes up with (or has already ) a poster, flyer, card, even logo, that absolutely and utterly knocks your socks off and makes you want to sign up straight away for hurling, football, ladies football and camogie practice.  ( Send Promo to gaelicsportscast@gmail.com)

First Winner is the fledgling new hurling club from Eugene, Oregon – Eugene Trappers. We will catch up with the ‘Trappers down the road!

Next Podcast on Monday.
GaelicSportCast interviews the editor of the impressive new online hurling magazine, Sliotar Magazine.

Then coming in APRIL – as the 2010 SEASON throws-in around the world, there will be a new schedule of PODCASTS featuring nightly match reports from Boston, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, New South Wales, Australia, Europe and with a bit of luck London. Other regions and areas will also be covered with tournament reports.

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Milwaukee Hurling Club 2010 Season Schedule Overview

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2010 Asia Regional Gaelic Games Schedule

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2010 West Canada Championship & Vancouver GAA Schedule

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2010 North American, Mid Atlantic Gaelic Games, Schedule

 

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2010 New South Wales Gaelic Games Schedule

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2010 New South Wales Schedule

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2010 European Schedule

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2010 European Schedule (Excel Format)

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GaelicSportsCast Mix 2 – Tropics, Indie, Mid West and Perspective

GSC iconIn GaelicSportsCast Mix 2, we blend four interviews in one over music.  First up we hear how Gareth O’Brien and the boys and girls in Singapore are getting on, then we listen to Tim Morgan on the hurling revolution taking place at Indiana University, after that Mark Owens tells of all things Gaelic in the Mid Western states of the US, before we conclude with a little perspective from Leitrim footballer and former emigrant, Colin Regan about playing football over the summer period across the pond.

 

 

 

 

 

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Music: Kevin MacLeod

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