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# 600 Asian Gaelic Games ready to roll

# 600 Asian Gaelic Games ready to roll

GaelicSportsCast marks Podcast Numero 600 by remembering where we began four years ago, when focusing on the Gaelic sports scene far away to the east in the continent of Asia. For the next three days, starting Friday Oct 11, in the beautiful city of Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia, the biggest ever Asian Gaelic Games tournament throws-in with almost 50 [...]

# 360 China Games a great success

# 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 [...]

#294 Hong Kong, Singapore and Mongolia Khans impress at Asian Gaelic Games

#294 Hong Kong, Singapore and Mongolia Khans impress at Asian Gaelic Games

Gaelic Sports are thriving around the world at present as was clearly seen at the recent Fexco 2011 Asian Gaelic Games when the largest ever contingent of teams gathered at Suwon City outside Seoul in South Korea for the popular annual event. Hosted in a different city each year, the Asian Gaelic Games (AGG) since its foundation 15 years ago [...]

#189 It’s …T Shirt Time in Wellington!

#189 It’s …T Shirt Time in Wellington!

Two strong second half performances in the semi final and final proved decisive for T Shirt Time as they took victory in Wellington GAA's first Mixed Gaelic Football Sevens tournament of the year last night at Ian Galloway Park, Wellington, New Zealand. It was another fine evening for the folks in Wellington, not only weather wise, but that [...]

#188 US college boss supports International GAA approach

Following a statement by Member of European Parliament (MEP) and former GAA President Sean Kelly, calling for new thinking in how the GAA is structured globally, Eamonn Gormley chairman of the recently formed National Collegiate GAA of America, thinks that the time for a more world-centered GAA may be at hand. The Belgium GAA AGM was held last [...]

Dubai take Brady Cup

Dubai take Brady Cup

It turned out to be a great weekend for Gulf region teams in this year's 2010 Asian Gaelic Games in Hong Kong as two of their teams, who had made the long trek, got to meet in the premier event, the Derek Brady mens football cup final. Dubai had led the group standings after Day 1 yesterday with final opponents Qatar next in line. In the final a [...]

Hong Kong beats to the Gaelic drum

Hong Kong beats to the Gaelic drum

If you're an Irish man or women in Asia this weekend, or simply a newcomer to Gaelic sports, well there's only one place to be and that's in Hong Kong at the 15th Asian Gaelic Games. The games are set to throw-in tomorrow Saturday Sept 25, in Hong Kong, China, with the biggest ever participation of countries and players for this annual two day [...]

#73 Jakarta Dragonflies boosted by recent games

#73 Jakarta Dragonflies boosted by recent games

Action from the recent South East Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia. (Photo courtesy of Jakarta Dragonflies). The South East Asian Gaelic Games games took place two weekends ago in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. Some 130 players from 9 teams throughout South East Asia gathered at the Jakarta International School grounds to compete for glory [...]

2010 Asia Regional Gaelic Games Schedule

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